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In May 2018, The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada will begin celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding in 1919. PAOC International Missions was there at the beginning, and we want to celebrate what God is doing around the world – it is amazing what God can do with a few spirit-filled Canadians!

We are inviting every PAOC church in Canada to have a mission emphasis service, where we share Christ’s call to go to the nations and invite people to consider their personal response to His invitation to go.

CELEBRATE. God has brought hundreds of thousands of people to faith through the missions movement of the PAOC. Let’s celebrate all that God is doing through Canadian churches, global workers, and international partners, by having as many global workers as possible speaking in PAOC churches on these weekends.

​SEND. Calling is central to how people are moved towards mission. Through 100 Points of Light and the prompting of the Holy Spirit, we are praying that the Lord will call 100 Canadian believers to the work of missions.

​GIVE. We are inviting our churches to take up a special offering to raise funds for the local church’s missions budget and towards a sending fund for new workers to the field. Our goal is to raise $1,000,000 across the country to send new global workers.

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