Pentecostal Charismatic Christian Leaders to Discuss Impact of Christians on Culture

Leaders Meeting in Dallas, TX from February 24-26, 2016

Seattle WA – Pentecostal Charismatic Christian leaders representing 90 million Christians in Canada, USA and Mexico are holding a “Culture: Surrender or Subdue” meeting from February 24 to 26 at the King’s University in Dallas, TX. “Culture has descended rapidly over the past several decades,” says Jeff Farmer, president of the Pentecostal Charismatic Churches of North America (PCCNA). “The evening news documents this down stream reality in our cities.  And it is happening on your watch and mine!”

Farmer will be joined by other leaders who are speaking such as Franklin Santagate, Vice-President of Strategic Alliance with Pure Flix Entertainment; Pastor Robert Morris of the 36,000 member Gateway Church; Dr. Alton Garrison, Assistant General Superintendent of The Assemblies of God, USA; J. Lee Grady, Executive Editor of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church and Dr. Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council. Santagate will open the conference with a pre-screening of God’s Not Dead 2. PCCNA will also launch several commissions for Christian Unity, Prayer and the Media.

Another feature of the conference will be Crossroad Outreach’s traveling exhibit to raise awareness of Christian persecution. “If anyone in the American Church needs to be jolted from lethargy or apathy, they should view the People of the Cross exhibit,” says Dr. Garrison. “What we have known cognitively about the persecution and martyrdom of Christians in the past will become a current reality illustrated in current ‘real time events.’ I was deeply moved and convicted. I recommend everyone experience this life-changing presentation.”

Crossroad Outreach is a sponsor of the PCCNA meeting. Other sponsors include: The King’s University, Pure Flix Entertainment, Broadstreet Publishing, My Healthy Church (Assemblies of God USA), Charisma Media, Global Outreach Day, Jack Hayford Ministries, Church of Joy / Reach A Generation and Highways Ministries. For more information about the conference, visit