Posted: Thursday, March 17, 2011 2:12 pm
The Messenger, March 17, 2011
Life Action coming
Life Action, a ministry dedicated to living and teaching practical, daily applications from God’s word, is coming to Troy Sunday through March 25 to hold an eight-day revival summit.
Through a series of evening services and seminars at First Baptist Church of Troy, the Life Action Team will present thought-provoking messages and worshipful music focusing on God’s life-giving truths.
The summit will begin Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and continue Monday through March 25 at 6:30 p.m.
During this time, there will be instructional teaching, family seminars, music and programs for children and teenagers. The focus will be on America’s greatest need today — practical living-out of biblical values and principles upon which our country was founded.
Coming from across the country, this group of young adults and a few families is one of three Life Action Road Teams that travel September-June, sharing God’s revival truths with churches. Founded in 1971 by evangelist Del Fehsenfeld Jr., Life Action now has more than 200 staff members who long to see Christians radically living out their faith and, thereby, resulting in a spiritual awakening among the lost, a spokesman said.
To recreate Passover
Christ in the Passover — Jesus’ last supper was actually a Jewish Passover. Mark Landrum of Jews for Jesus will recreate the traditional Passover service and explain how it foreshadowed Jesus’ death and resurrection in a presentation called “Christ in the Passover” at Calvary Baptist Church at 2250 East Reelfoot Ave. in Union City Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Landrum will set a table with items traditionally used at the Passover meal and detail their spiritual significance. He will also explain the connection between the events of the first Passover in Egypt and the redemption that Jesus accomplished, as well as the deep bond between the ancient Passover feast and the Christian communion today.
With presentations in over 38,000 churches, “Christ in the Passover” is an unforgettable experience. Landrum will be available for questions after the presentation. There is no admission charge. Preschool childcare is available.
To host tournament
On April 9, First Assembly of God Church in Union City will be hosting a dodge-ball tournament in the activities building at 1810 Pleasant Valley Ave. Teams will consist of seven people and there will be four age groups: 3rd-5th grade, 6th-8th grade, 9th-12th grade and adults. There will be a registration fee of $10 per team and all the proceeds from the tournament will go to benefit the Boys and Girls Missionary Club (BGMC).
Teams must be registered by April 1 and registration can be done online at www.uc1ag.com.
For more information, contact Brian Johnson at (731) 446-0072.
Oak Grove Baptist Church would like to invite everyone to the Weakley County singing convention April 2 at 7 p.m. Oak Grove is located just off Sharon Highway 89. All singers, listeners, piano players, soloists and directors are invited to attend.
Revival to begin
Pleasant Hill Baptist Church near Rives will be in revival beginning March 27 at 6 p.m. and continuing March 28-30 at 7 p.m. Evangelist John Coleman will bring the message and Don Bailey will be responsible for the music, with special music planned for each evening. A nursery will be provided.
The community is invited to attend.
Spring revival set
New Concord Baptist Church near Kenton will host spring revival services beginning Sunday at 11 a.m. A potluck luncheon will follow the service and worshipers are invited back Sunday evening at 6. Services, with evangelist the Rev. Lamie Lammersfeld, will continue Monday through Wednesday.
Monday will be “Bring a Friend” night, with a potluck meal at 6, prior to the service.
On Tuesday, there will be a hot dog supper at 6 and the emphasis will be on “Bring a Young Person.” The service will follow.
Family Night is planned for Wednesday, with another potluck meal set for 6 and worship to follow.
The Rev. Johnny Witherspoon and the congregation invite the community to join them.
Griffin to preach
The Rev. Terry Griffin of Bible Union Baptist Church will be the evangelist Sunday through Wednesday at 6 each evening at Harmony Baptist Church, located at 925 Palmersville Highway 89 near Dresden.
The Rev. Billy Crowell and the congregation invite the community to attend.
To welcome prophetess
Marcia Morrison, known as the prophetess of Morrison Ministries of North Brunswick, N.J., will be the leader for the One Heart, One Soul leadership conference March 25-26 at Brooks Chapel Church at 230 Brooks Chapel Road in Fulton.
Services will begin at 7 p.m. March 25 and continue the next morning at 10.
Ms. Morrison is the mother of two daughters and is a sixth-generation pastor/bishop. She is also an author (“Key Contract Manufacturing Issues Facing ‘Meta-Virtual’ Pharmaceutical Organizations,” “Leprosy in the Church,” “The Power of Divine Protection in Economic Turmoil” and, most recently, “COMPASS, the Roadmap to Success for Ministerial Leaders”); a corporate strategist holding dual master of business administration degrees in strategic management and entrepreneurial management, with a strong concentration in finance, from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania; a conference speaker; preacher; teacher; psalmist; business coach; entrepreneur; and mentor. She has also earned a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering from Washington University in St. Louis and has received multiple scholarships, fellowships, honors and awards. She is founder and president of Morrison Ministries and travels throughout the country leading discipleship classes. She leads millions in prayer Thursdays at noon from WMBM 1490, broadcasting under Bishop Victory T. Curry and the New Birth Baptist Church of Miami.
In addition, she is the founder, CEO and senior managing principal of IMPACT Omni Group LLC and is a former scientist with Merck & Co. Inc.
Her ultimate objective, however, is to provide resources and pathways to power and Kingdom success and she serves to leave a “living legacy … so our youth will have a compass for their own way in their time of ministry and business leadership.”
For more information, call Dr. Jessie L.O. Webb at (270) 472-0585.