Our October Schedule & A Request for Prayer September 19, 2017

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Thank you for your continued prayers. A precious lady at a church recently asked me, “What can I pray for specifically?” I love that. Specific prayers bring specific answers.

  • Please pray that God would give His strength for a busy season of ministry. Without Him we can do nothing. With God all things are possible. I know I need the Lord’s enabling.
  • Pray for souls to be saved. We have seen an unusual number of people come to faith in Christ in recent weeks. The salvation of one soul is a miracle! I long to see this fall become a true season of harvest.
  • October is typically a month when many churches have revival meetings. No preacher can bring revival. Only the Holy Spirit can do this work! Please help us pray that God would send a spiritual awakening over the next weeks.

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Come and see us in October if you can…

Sunday-Tuesday, October 1-3, Revival – Gospel Light Baptist Church, Helena, AL, Pastor Gary Bohman

Wednesday-Thursday, October 4-5, River Region Revival and Preacher’s Fellowship – Grace Baptist Church, Wetumpka, AL, Pastor Justin Teate

Saturday-Sunday, October 7-8, Prayer Service and Sunday Morning Service, Friend Day – Faith Baptist Church, Elizabeth City, NC, Pastor Brian Pease

Sunday, October 8, Evening Service – Victory Baptist Church, Elizabeth City, NC, Pastor R.L. Parker

Monday, October 9-11, Southwide Baptist Fellowship – Franklin Road Baptist Church, Murfreesboro, TN, Pastor Mike Norris

Sunday-Tuesday, October 15-17, Revival – Calvary Baptist Church, Ashland, OH, Pastor Harry Strachan

Friday-Saturday, October 20-21, Couples’ Retreat – Heritage Baptist Church, Woodbridge, VA, Pastor Mike Edwards

Sunday-Tuesday, October 22-24, Revival – First Baptist Church, Yuba City, CA, Pastor John Vessell

Sunday-Tuesday, October 29-31, Revival – Calvary Baptist Church, Colonial Heights, VA, Pastor Ray Haskett

As many of you know, Evangelist Chase Whitten is now laboring with us. Today he is with me in a revival meeting and it has been a privilege to work together for souls this week. He has a passion for the gospel. Please pray for Chase and Joy. In addition to being with me in some of my meetings he will also be preaching in the following places:

Sunday, October 1, Morning and Evening Services, Gospel Light Baptist Church, Christiansburg, VA, Pastor Keith Weaver
Saturday-Sunday, October 7-8, Community Event and Sunday Services, Heritage Baptist Church, Haslet, TX, Pastor Eric Crawford

Sunday, October 15, Harvest Sunday a.m., First Baptist Church, Georgetown, Delaware, Pastor Woody Bates

Monday-Friday, October 23–27, Revival Meeting, Calvary Baptist Church, Red Sulphur, WV, Pastor Derrick Lesley

For more detail on any meeting visit enjoyingthejourney.org/itinerary or contact the host church directly.

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