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Christ Community Church’s call to prayer

The following is a press release from Christ Community Church:

Crime and criminality, abuse and other social unrest, are we removed from such happenings?As believers we cannot truly be’salt’and’light’if we distance ourselves from the broader influences of society. God views us as individuals as well as a community. Hence, we are to be intentional in our commitment to praying for and on behalf of our world and local communities, our nation, our city and our people. He is calling us and is concerned about the things that concern us. Are we truly listening?His is a clarion call,”as we come to Himseeking His face, He comes to usbringing His kingdom.”

Want to hear more?Want to be enlightened, empowered and encouraged as related to the power of corporate prayer?Want to move from a church that prays to a church devoted to prayer and discover the correlation between prayer and urban renewal.

‘Let’s strive to know the Lord. His appearance is as sure as the dawn. He will come to us like the rain, like the spring showers that water the land'(Hosea 6:3-HCSB).

Under the theme”Doing What Matters Most-Seeking God for Revival and Spiritual Renewal”, Christ Community Church invites you to join us 7:00 p.m. nightly from March 9 11 for Prayer Conference 2011. The conference will be held at the church, located on Bellot Road, off Faith Avenue.

Christ Community Church’s senior pastor is Dr. Deanza Cunningham and our speakers are: Pastor Cranston Knowles, Abundant Life Bible Church; Dr. Kendal Stubbs, Remnant Tabernacle of Praise and Pastor Eldric Miller, Christ Community Church.

Come and pursue God’s promises for our city and our communities. Admission is free. For registration and further details telephone(242)361-8782,(242)361-2848, fax:(242)361-6327 or email: administration@bahamasccc.org.

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