PRAY FOR REVIVAL IN OUR LAND
Rick Conant has asked 300 of his closest friends and acquaintances to join him in an earnest prayer for revival to begin in our land. This will take place at noon tomorrow, March 2, at All Saints’ Presbyterian  Church at 3901 McKee Road in Charlotte, NC.
“Tomorrow,  many of us will stop at noon and hopefully, with others, pray for a revival to begin in our land. I was reminded last month by Jeff Harper that an appropriate passage from Scripture that we could all reflect on comes from II Chronicles 7:14, where we are instructed, ‘…if My People who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and forgive their sin and heal their land.’
“These words from our Lord seem like really good directions to follow.   If you cannot make it to the church, please just gather with a few others on your own, or take a few minutes at noon to stop where you are and pray.
May God Bless,
Rick Conant, deacon chairman at All Saints Presbyterian Church

 

ATTENTION ARP YOUTH GROUP LEADERS
First & Second Presbytery
Middle School Spring Retreat
Sign your youth up now for this three-day retreat in the NC mountains March 18-20 at the Bonclarken Conference Center, Flat Rock, NC. Inspiring topics by guest speaker James McManus will included: “What is Behind the Curtain of Your Faith?”; “How You Can Stand on Two Legs and a Faithful Heart Before God?”; “Your Theme Song” and “A Love That Will Not Let You Go.” Music will be provided by Matthew Statham.

For more information call Bonnie Hornsby at (678) 522-0141 or email her at bouncinb29@yahoo.com for room reservations.

 

NEW GCP RELEASE
So What? New Youth Bible Studies from Great Commission Publications
Engaging teens in Bible study doesn’t mean watering it down. GCP’s new youth
Bible studies equip teens to take ownership of their faith in Jesus Christ.
So What does the Bible say?
Teenagers have questions. God’s Word has answers. That’s why Scripture is the
heart of each session. Students will examine what the Bible says, learn what it
means, and see how it relates to their lives.
So What questions does the Bible answer?
A good question has remarkable power to stimulate and engage critical thinking
skills. Each session zeros in on one question and one answer, allowing students
to focus on the truth in Scripture.
So What difference does it make?
Students are asking, ‘How does the Bible apply to my life? How can I live out
what I believe? So what difference does faith in Christ make?’
The question “So What?” captures in a nutshell this series’ primary purpose: that
God the Holy Spirit will work through the study of his Word to bring about
students’ ownership of their faith in Jesus Christ.
The first study, Knowing the God Who Is, will be available this July.
Try it out for FREE! Download three free sessions from http://www.sowhatstudies.org