Thursday, May 2, 2013

#theCityPrays, National Day of Prayer at Family Night of Contraband Days, May 2, 2013

Mayor Randy Roach (praying),
Deacon Francis Kay, Head of Episcopal Day School
Marcus Wade, Student Pastor at 1st Pentecostal Church
Charlie Langford, Senior Pastor, University Methodist Church
Rick McClain, Senior Pastor, Christ Community Church
Angela Bulhof, Director, The Wesley Foundtion
Darrell Bourgeois, Children's Church Pastor, Glad Tidings Church
Keith Bell, Youth Pastor, United Christian Fellowship Church
Photo taken by Paul Pettefer, leader  

 HUGE THANK YOU To Rick Hickman of the Lake Charles American Press for ALL of the above photos (except where noted)!

Oh Yeah!

We just opened the Family Night concert at Contraband Days with an Area-Wide Prayer Gathering! 9 Jesus followers, leading us for 28 short minutes lifting up to God our prayers for our culture, family, government, children, education, military, churches! God cares, God hears, God is worth all our lives!


Wednesday, April 3, 2013

theCityPrays - Area Wide Prayer Gathering to kick off Thurs., May 2 Family Night Concert at Contraband Days

God is Alive. So we will pray to the God of Heaven on the National Day of Prayer, May 2, 2013. The Lake Area Ministerial Alliance is hosting an Area-Wide Prayer Gathering, in the Lake Charles Civic Center Coliseum from 6:30-7 pm, followed immediately by the Contraband Days Family Night Christian Concert at 7 pm.

The prayer time will be brief (30 minutes), with several different people praying for parts of our society. In addition, we will have a text and tweet prayer feed, where everyone in attendance can send in a prayer request or a prayer for one of the requests during the event, with a feed of the tweets on the screen.

It will be a night for the whole area to join in the worship of Jesus at the concert, and call out to God for our community, our nation, our families, ourselves, in prayer.

For more info, leave a comment below, or call text paul @ 794-9891.  We still have room for a few volunteers to join in helping during the evening.