LAC Global Impact Festival Week

November 8-15, 2020


“Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.” - Philippians 1:6

The Great Commission is UNFINISHED. Scripture reveals when it will be completed. 

“And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.” (Matthew 24:14). 

God has raised up The Alliance to be one of His end-times families to carry the gospel to the least-reached places of the world through Spirit-filled, Bible-preaching, people-loving churches. And we won’t stop until the job is done.

Join us for our annual LAC Global Impact Festival, November 8-15 as God invites us into His UNFINISHED mission. 

Click HERE to register for meals, childcare and the Parade of Nations. Sign up early for boxed meals. A limited number will be served. 

Click HERE for a schedule. 


  • Join us onsite (masks recommended) or livestream at
  • Sign up for individually boxed dinner meals is REQUIRED. Boxed meals will be served 6:00pm Sunday-Wednesday. The deadline to register for meals is November 4. We are following the state of PA indoor room limitations with social distancing requirements. Those that do not register will not be accommodated. 
  • We encourage you to come at 6:30pm each evening to hear the speakers, even if you cannot come for the meal. 
  • Childcare provided for birth - PreK and programs for K - Grade 4 on Sunday-Wednesday. Sign up REQUIRED.  
  •  Saturday evening services on November 7 & 14 are cancelled. We'll meet together on November 8 & 15 at 10:30am.

  •  The Parade of Nations will occur on Sunday, November 8 and sign-up is required for participation in the parade. Questions about the parade can be directed to Dot Milliken

  • See below for our special guests during the week and their days and time speaking.



Bruce & Stephanie Beers have served as Alliance workers in Latin America for more than 25 years. They currently serve as the field leadership couple and part of the Rambla Team in the city of Montevideo, Uruguay. They are involved in pre-evangelism and relationship building, and recently secured property for the El Estar Church plant and community center in Montevideo. Prior to serving in Uruguay, they served as  church planters and field leaders in Guayaquil, Ecuador. 

Bruce and Stephanie will be speaking on Sunday, November 8, 10:30am service and at 6:30pm and again on Monday, November 9 at 6:30pm.


Caitlin Kerr has served as an international worker with The Alliance since 2016. Prior to this she was involved in a number of short term experiences in the Cambodia. While serving in Stung Treng and Phnom Penh she engaged in discipling youth through weekly Bible studies, encouraging small groups and mentoring young adults. She was an active part of starting a media communication team for evangelism and to communicate well the gospel to the Cambodian people.

Caitlin will be speaking on Monday, November 9 at 6:30pm and to our Uth Group on Wednesday, November 11 at 6:30pm.


Kelly S. is a vocational international worker with The Alliance in Indonesia, where she serves as field bookkeeper, as well as a team coordinator. She has been in Indonesia since August 2018 and is currently on a 4 month home assignment while she continues her bookkeeping responsibilities. Kelly is also involved in Cousin work and partnering with her local Alliance church in Indonesia for ministry and mentoring.

Kelly will be speaking on Tuesday, November 10 at 6:30pm and to our Uth Group on Wednesday, November 11 at 6:30pm.


Kandi Lay serves as an aXcess (career international worker) with the Alliance. She has lived and ministered in Poipet and is currently living and working in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where she teaches at Antioch Bible Institute to train national workers to minister in the city context. The school begun in 2017 recently graduated their first class in 2019. She also helps with a young adult church plant called Christ’s Love Mission Church.  

Kandi will be speaking on Wednesday, November 11 at 6:30pm.


Rev. Nate Howard has served as our Eastern PA District Superintendent since 2018 with oversight of 80 churches in the district. He and his wife Sharon have served as Alliance international workers in Ecuador and in church ministry in various parts of the country. He will bring our concluding challenge for participation in the Great Commission ministries of The Alliance. 

Rev. Howard will be speaking on Sunday, November 15 at 10:30am.


Our Faith Promise Pledge in Support of Alliance Ministries

God invites us into His UNFINISHED mission. All of Jesus for All the world takes All of us!

On Sunday, November 15, we will receive our Faith Promise for Great Commission Ministries. If you are worshipping with us onsite you may complete a Faith Promise card and place it in the baskets when leaving the sanctuary. If you are participating online, please HERE to register your faith promise for the coming year. Thank you!

Simply put, Great Commission Ministries of The Alliance fund the Great Commission (Matthew 18:18-20) by creating and maintaining gospel access among the least reached peoples in the United States and nearly 80 countries around the world, helping to support and equip a team of more than 700 international workers who are committed to bringing the light of the gospel to those living in darkness. When you give to the Great Commission fund, you join these workers in proclaiming the hope only Jesus can offer for this life and for all eternity, aligning yourself with the Father's will to finish His work and hasten the return of Christ. 

Your Faith Promise is a pledge between you and God and LAC will never ask you to fulfill your pledge. 

Thank you for your systematic and generous giving that keeps Alliance workers supported around the world!

"We need to finish our unfinished work. We need to do the things that we have thought of doing, intended to do, talk about doing, and are abundantly able to do."

-Alliance Founder A.B. Simpson