Change Makers Zoom 24.11.20

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In this unprecedented time as we live through a global pandemic Christians have the joyful privilege of praying to God for the peace and blessing of all people, our nation and the world. At this time of uncertainty, anxiety and demand on resources we must depend on God to both collectively and consistently for Jesus Christ’s power and good news to change our lives and bring life in all it’s fullness – physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.

Connecting with God and with each other especially in the fast lane of our daily working lives is always going to be a challenge, especially now, but when we’re praying together we experience God’s strength and are renewed by the truth that he’s always with us on our frontline at work.

History has shown time and time again that any move of God are usually very closely connected by the efforts of a committed core of people who have dared to both dream and pray for remarkable change.  As D.L. Moody (19th Century American Evangelist) once said: “Every great movement of God can be traced to a kneeling figure”.
Change Makers is our attempt to follow in these footsteps and you are warmly invited  to join us each month.

When:  Tuesday 24th November 2020. 5.00pm – 5.45pm
Details: Zoom Meeting hosted by Ministry 2 Business.
Register: Email Pete Horlock. Zoom meeting details will be sent to you.

Upcoming Changemaker Meetings On Zoom For 2020:

Tuesday 24th November
Wednesday 16th December

“And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the saints.” Ephesians 6:18


Event Date: 20201124
Event Price: FREE


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