Trecina Anderson attended church in West Palm Beach, Florida, at Tabernacle of Pentecost, pastored by Daniel R. Kyle from 1995. While there she served as department head of the Campus Ministry department, Sunday school teacher, member of the youth committee and helped start the Spanish ministry. She graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelors degree in Communication and minor in Spanish. There she founded the first Apostolic Christian College Fellowship and saw thirty students filled with the Holy Ghost and baptized in Jesus’ name. She is a certified Elementary and Spanish teacher in the state of Florida. She attended Bible school in Spain and has been a licensed minister with the UPCI since 2009.

She was appointed as an Associate in Missions to the country of Spain in 2003 and served eight years under the missionary supervision of Gary D. Sones. There she served as missions promoter, Bible school teacher, sub-coordinator for the English Ministry, assisted with administration in the national office and has initiated four new departments in the local church in Madrid. She has been an active soul winner and prayer warrior. During these years she has preached both in Spain in her travels in the U.S. and has seen many miraculously healed and receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. In October of 2011, she was appointed UPCI missionary to the Country of Spain. Where she served as pastor, in the city of Barcelona as well as national missions director for two years. In October 2015, Sister Trecina’s missionary appointment was transferred to the country of Portugal where she is currently involved in church planting in Southern Portugal as well as working with the national board.

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