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Learning to PRAY with FAITH & PURPOSE Conference

  • Harrison Christian Church 2517 Browns Mill Road Johnson City, TN, 37604 United States (map)

Our "Learning to PRAY with FAITH & PURPOSE" conference begins tomorrow afternoon (Saturday) with a leadership session at 3:00 p.m. (in the Fellowship Hall)  All elders, deacons, and staff people are encouraged to be in attendance; but anyone is welcome to attend followed by a time of fellowship time with our speaker, Jon Graf, over pizza and desserts.

Session 1 begins at 6:00 p.m. on Saturday night (in the sanctuary).  Session 2 will be during the regular Sunday School hour on Sunday morning (9:30 a.m. in the sanctuary), Session 3 will be during the regular Worship hour on Sunday morning (10:30 a.m. in the sanctuary), and then finally Session 4 will be at approx. 1:15 p.m. on Sunday afternoon.

Everyone is encouraged to join us for an all-church carry-in dinner on Sunday after our regular morning worship hour and morning prayer sessions (approx. 12:00 p.m.).  Meat and drinks are being provided!

We have invited a lot of the area Christian Churches to join us this weekend.  You will be blessed and challenged to grow in your prayer life and what it means for our church to become a house of prayer!

ABOUT OUR SPEAKER: Jon Graf (from Harvest Prayer Ministries)

Jon has been involved in prayer ministry both in the local church and in the international prayer movement since 1995, serving in a number of capacities including the founding editor of “Pray!” magazine, the President of the Church Prayer Leaders Network, VP of Harvest Prayer Ministries, Director of Prayer Mobilization for the Christian & Missionary Alliance, Executive Committee of America's National Prayer Committee, Executive Committee of the Denominational Prayer Leaders Network, and author or compiler of five books.  Jon's passion beats for prayer and raising up more praying people in the local church. His speaking ministry primarily targets the average believer in the pews. He has a winsome style that seeks to motivate through encouragement rather than through guilt.