Out of the Overflow

“We are less than six weeks away from the upcoming 2017 FCA National Convention and are so excited for what is ahead of us!” writes Daniel Johnson, Associate Pastor at Gracepoint Gospel Fellowship, the convention host church.

Daniel Johnson, associate pastor, Gracepoint Gospel Fellowship

This year’s convention theme is “Out of the Overflow” and has heightened expectations for a time of refreshing and encouragement. Johnson continues, “Our desire is that when all is said and done, there would be an overflow of the Spirit’s work in our lives that would bless the places where God has called us to labor.”

The convention will kick off with a banquet at the DoubleTree Hotel in Nanuet, New York, on Tuesday, April 25th. The keynote speaker at the banquet is Brett Hollis, an FCA pastor who will share a message you won’t want to miss. Good food for the evening should fill you both physically and spiritually.

But that’s just the beginning! “We know God is going to speak to us in a mighty way throughout the week,” says Johnson, “as we hear from Pastor Jim Cymbala, Senior Pastor of Brooklyn Tabernacle and Pastor Al Toledo, Lead Pastor of Chicago Tabernacle.” Many voices from within the FCA will also minister during the convention, including Pastor Stephen Zarlengo, Pastor David Rice, and Pastor Daniel Johnson.

The conference sessions will be take place at Gracepoint Gospel Fellowship in New City, New York, just 20 miles north of “one of the greatest cities in the world, New York City,” claims Johnson. “Come early or stay late to take in all the sites spring in New York has to offer.”

He points out that the planning committee has secured an amazing rate with the local DoubleTree for the week of convention—just $105 per night for a single or double room, including breakfast. “So don’t delay,” writes Johnson. “Register and book your room today before they fill up. And if you know someone who has yet to register, give them a call and encourage them. This is an FCA Convention you are not going to want to miss!”

For convention details and reservations, click here.