forever changed.


Peak 2018
 will be held at the Mabee Center located at the Oral Roberts University Campus.

There have been many events held at the Mabee Center, but nothing has compared to the power of God that has been present at PEAK National Youth Conference!


Every year
the PEAK after service events are crazy fun! This year will be no less.Thursday Night – UMAC Center:
Admission included with registration

Friday Night (Not included with registration) – Tulsa’s Incredible Pizza Company: $15 for food and games.


The Marriott – Southern Hills
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tulsa – Warren Place
Crowne Plaza Tulsa – Southern Hills

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P.E.A.K. Pentecostal in Experience, Action & Knowledge.

Mabee Center

Southern Hills Marriott

Apostolic Preaching.


PEAK youth services are always blessed by incredibly anointed & dynamic speakers who minister to the youth of this generation…
It is truly a life changing event.

Joel Booker
Pastor ILC Rialto

Pastor Daniel McKillop began his ministry in 1998 at Family Worship Center, a dynamic church in Plaster Rock, Canada, under the leadership of his father, Bishop Dana McKillop. Bro. McKillop has spent 20 years in ministry at his home church serving as a Minister of Music, Assistant Pastor / Co-Pastor, and since 2010 has served as Senior Pastor at the Plaster Rock Church. God is doing an incredible work in Plaster Rock, New Brunswick, CA through the ministry of this family. Pastor McKillop and his wife, Sis. Ruth McKillop were blessed to be able to adopt their only son, Geron, from Belize in 2007.

Reverend Joel Holmes was born on November 22, 1949 in North Little Rock, Arkansas, to A.O. and Agnes Holmes. He was raised in a minister’s home, and at the age of sixteen, he began his preaching ministry. Joel served as an Evangelist until he was ninteen years of age, at which time, due to his father’s ill health, he began his pastoral endeavor at the First Pentecostal Church of North Little Rock. Joel Holmes has two children; Nathan & Andrea, who both have worked closely with him in the church at North Little Rock. Nathan Holmes now Pastors FPC alongside his father. Brother Holmes is a powerful preacher of the gospel. His ministry has reached the lives of countless thousands of people. He is a pastor, and a friend to the Apostolic Jesus Name movement. His success in pastoring one of the largest Apostolic churches in North America is due to his commitment to prayer.

Rev. Mikhael Berrier preached his first sermon at 12 years old, his first youth conference at 14, and several more throughout his teens. At 22 he became the Youth Pastor at Inland Lighthouse Church, under Pastor Larry Booker, and served in that role for just over 7 years. Currently he serves as the Executive Administrator of the Worldwide Pentecostal Fellowship and has since 2014. He also travels the country evangelizing and preaching the gospel. Bro. Berrier holds a B.A. in Economics. In 2006 he married his wife, Laura, and they have two beautiful children, Ava and Weston.

Beginning in 2001, Pastor Tony Spell has been preaching the gospel for 17 years. He has followed the footsteps of his father, Timothy Spell, and Grandfather, Bishop B.A. Spell and has continued in an incredible work in Baton Rouge, LA where he has served as Pastor for the last 9 years. Around the same time of stepping into the role of Pastor, Tony Spell started a bus ministry that has become a huge staple in the community as well as being nationally renowned in Pentecost.  He is currently he is serving on the Genreal Council and Global Missions Council of the WPF. He has been married for 21 years to his wife, Shaye Spell, and together have three children: Chaney (who is married to Jordan Copeland), Noah, and Judah.

Rev. Doug Walker has been involved in Apostolic Ministry for many years. He evangelized for 6 years and is going on 16 years of pastoring 2nd Chance Church in Yucaipa, California. Pastor Walker is someone who is extensively involved in worldwide missions and has devoted time and money to see the truth spread throughout the world. Currently he is serving on the Global Missions Council of the WPF, Executive Council of WPF Philippines, Vice-Chairman of The Rock Church Fiji, and is the Founder and Board Member of 2nd Chance Ranch. He and his wife, Sis. Maleah Walker, have 4 children: Preston, Grace, Avi and Paxton.

Get Ready.

PEAK National Youth Gathering in:









How much does it cost to attend?
$30 per person covers general event registration and entry into the UMAC center on Thursday night following service. All other activities, food and lodging are the responsibility of the attendee.
Where is PEAK at?
Tulsa, Oklahoma inside of The Oral Roberts University Mabee Center
What is PEAK?
P.E.A.K. (Pentecostal in Experience, Action, and Knowledge) is one of the fastest growing Youth Conferences in the country. This National Youth Gathering is held in Tulsa, Oklahoma and features dynamic preaching and teaching aimed at the development and spiritual formation of Apostolic young people from all corners of the United States and beyond.
Will the event be aired on Holy Ghost Radio?
Absolutely, all services will be accessible via the HGR website and mobile app
Do you have to be Apostolic to attend?
No, anyone and everyone is welcome to register for the event.
How many people do you expect to be in attendance?
Based on previous years we expect 5k+ through the duration of the event.
Does everyone have to register for the event?
No. Pastors, their wives, designated PEAK Staff, Band, Choir and Bible Quizzers who have already registered for this years National Tournament in Tulsa need not register for the event. All other attendees 12 and older will need to register for the event and pay the $30 registration fee.
Who is over the PEAK Conference?
The Worldwide Pentecostal Fellowship (WPF) hosts the event and welcomes all who would like to attend. More specifically, the PEAK Youth Committee helps organize and oversee the event and its activities. Youth Committee members include Chairman, Joel Booker and committee members, Nathaniel Urshan, Zach Wells, Wesley Jackson, Joel Buxton, Jeremy Wilbanks, Randy Williams and Mikhael Berrier.
Will there be chaperones at the events following services at PEAK?
There are 2 after-service events that are being hosted by the PEAK Youth Committee, each of which will be chaperoned by ample designated staff. The first event is Thursday at the UMAC center from 10pm until 2am and the other will be Friday from 10:30pm until 1:30am at Incredible Pizza.
What time will the Hope Corps presentation be?
What time will the Bible Quizzing presentation be?
Who is preaching this year?
Is there an extra cost to go to the UMAC Center Thursday Evening following service?
No, the cost to attend has been included as part of your general registration of $30.
What is the cost to go to Incredible Pizza on Friday night and can I pay early?
$15, and no early payment – Wednesdaynight at PEAK will be the first opportunity to purchase tickets for this event.
Will there be any vendors at the event? Can I be an exhibitor?
Not at this time. The only tables that will be set up for promotional reasons will be those directly connected with the activities surrounding the event.

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