Save Our Children Offering – Due June 1!

The annual Save Our Children fund drive is an important part of fulfilling the Great Commission. It is the primary source of revenue for the General Sunday School Division. Fifty percent of these funds remain in the district in which the funds were raised (which funds special projects for children such as Junior camps, children's crusades and teacher training seminars) and 50% goes to the General Sunday School Division for the various Sunday school ministries. Please don't forget this crucial offering due JUNE 1!

2017 Spring District Conference Archive

If you missed any or all of the WV/WMD District Conference services, you may view them here!

www.ustream.tv/channel/rmlivenow

 

2017 Youth Camp Information

WV/WMD district Youth Camp is always a highlight of the summer! This year Youth Camp will be June 19-23 at Rippling Waters Campground in Romance, WV! The speaker will be Brother David McGovern from Los Angeles, California. Please see the information attached for more details. We hope to see you all there!

Youth Camp 2017 Flyer

Youth Camper Registration Form 2017

2017 Sunday School Camp

Camp season is upon us! We're excited to see what God does among our children in the West Virginia/Western Maryland district! Please find the 2017 Sunday School Camp information here. Please be mindful of all deadlines for camper and worker registration.

Camper Registration

Worker Registration1

2017 Sunday School Camp

Spring Conference 2017

Please join us for WV/WMD Spring Conference in Morgantown, WV May 17-19, 2017!  The schedule of events and hotel information is attached for your convenience.

District Superintendent’s Communique

Dear West Virginia/Western Maryland District Ministers,

Greetings in the all-powerful Name of Jesus Christ. As we draw ever so near to the second coming of the Lord, we must place our focus on the enormous task at hand. Galatians 6:9 encourages us to not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.

Before any harvest is gathered there first comes a season of sowing and planting. The ground must be tilled, seed must be planted in the earth, and fertilizer must be spread. In order to ensure a bountiful harvest, strenuous labor is required. A prosperous and fruitful harvest is a result of the blood, sweat, and tears of the sower. The Apostle Paul reminds the reader in Galatians 6:7 to be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.

For many years the seed of end-time revival has been sown. Mighty laborers of the Gospel have walked before us and among us - faithful servants of the cross, who continued to plant seeds of truth in the face of harsh criticism and persecution. In the midst of hellish opposition and satanic threats, they relentlessly pressed on. These faithful men and women of God consistently battled through the thorns of mockery. They tilled the dry, parched soil of false doctrine, breaking up the fallow ground of traditionalism and religious customs. Through the trying years of drought and famine, they continued to water the seed and cultivate the soil. They preached truth when truth was not popular to preach.

Because of the unselfish labor of our forefathers, we in this generation stand in a prophetic moment of time. We are primed, poised, and positioned for great and mighty things. In the last days saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh (Joel 2:28, Acts 2:17).

Without question, we stand on the brink - the very precipice - of a mighty end-time revival. The fields are truly white and ripe for harvest.

The Apostle Paul penned these great words, “I have planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase. So then neither is he that planteth any thing, neither he that watereth; but God that giveth the increase. Now he that planteth and he that watereth are one: and every man shall receive his own reward according to his own labour,” (1Co 3:6-8).

Notice, Paul spoke that he and Apollos were one. One planted and the other watered, but it was because of the unity and labor of both men that God stepped in and gave the increase.

While we live in uncertain times, rest assured God’s Word remains certain. Not once has The Lord failed to fulfill His promises. As the hour becomes late and while the end draws near, the church must rise up as never before with one mind, one voice, and one purpose to reap the mighty harvest that is before us.

Before I conclude let me make mention of a few things:

We grieve the loss of our precious Bro. Isaac Withrow. His home-going service was beautiful and fitting. He truly fought the good fight and kept the faith.

We are excited to announce Bro. Rob Holley as the newly elected Pastor of The Voice of Pentecost in Weirton. Pastor and Sis. Holley are not strangers to the WV/WMD district. Welcome home!

Kudos to Bro. Joel Sites, Bro. Roger Zimmerman, Jr., and the entire youth department on a very successful Hyphen Summit in Morgantown. Special thanks to our Hyphen Directors, Bro. and Sis. Jason Clingerman, for a job well done.

Congratulations to Pastor David Bounds and The Pentecostals of Parkersburg on the dedication of their new facility. What an awesome crowd and tremendous move of God.

The Ministers & Spouses Retreat was a wonderful success. A big thank you to Sis. Patty Zimmerman and the Ladies Department for their hard work and planning to make this happen.

Results of sectional conferences:

SECTION ONE
Presbyter-Doug Joseph
Secretary-Everett Davenport
Youth Rep-Rusty Sandy
SS Rep-Randy Tenney
Ladies Rep-LaDonna Joseph
NAM Rep-Rob Holley

SECTION TWO
Presbyter-Robert Fazzalore
Secretary-Kenneth Craddock
Youth Rep-Aaron Arthur
SS Rep-Pascal Crites
Ladies Rep-Keisha Whetzel
NAM Rep-Mauricio Mena

SECTION THREE
Presbyter-David Johnston
Secretary-Danny Hopkins
Youth Rep-Eric Hopkins
SS Rep-Paul Rounds
Ladies Rep-Crystal Johnston
NAM Rep-David Simons

SECTION FOUR
Presbyter-Edwin Harper
Secretary-Stephen Neese
Youth Rep-Derek Sammons
SS Rep-Todd Mills
Ladies Rep-Sharon Harper
NAM Rep-Stephen Kuntzman

SECTION FIVE
Presbyter-Anthony Moss
Secretary-Jarrod Price
Youth Rep-Matthew Runyon
SS Rep-Stephen Anderson
Ladies Rep-Shanna Moss
NAM Rep-James Keefer

Congratulations to all of the newly appointed and to all of our outgoing officials; thank you for your faithful service to the work of God.

Last but not least, do not forget these very important upcoming dates:

April 27-29 Ladies Conference (Morgantown)
May 17-19 District Conference (Morgantown)

In His Service,

Bro. Greg Hurley
WV/WMD Superintendent

Project 35 in Ripley!