To some the word “Mississippi” conjures up images of moonlight and magnolias, piney woods and swamps, hills and the Delta. To others it means something quite different. For more than a century, slavery cursed the land we love. Dr. David Sansing said, “Its long shadow haunts us, and its legacy divides us.”But Mississippi is a place of giving; our hospitality is legendary.
As we look back on our six decades of history, it is clear the Mississippi District United Pentecostal Church has been strategically positioned in the end zone of our dispensation to impact our generation like never before
The challenge of evangelizing the whole world is the greatest task facing the church today. Our responsibility to our world will not end until the day comes that we meet a man or woman for whom Jesus did not die. It is unending.