Tuesday, January 01, 2013

If you're the praying type...

If you're a praying friend, here's how you can be praying for us. Thank you for saying a quick prayer for us RIGHT NOW! And if you're so inclined, join us for one of these below! To explore bringing Cadre training to your church/ministry, go here.

“Dear brothers and sisters, pray for us.” —1 Thessalonians 5:25

We’ve got a busy week of ministry and we sure could use your prayers RIGHT NOW. Our disciplemaking friend, Derrick Smothers, is staying with us until Monday—and here’s the plan:
* Wednesday: Time with Dave and Rennie in Sycamore, IL
* Thursday: A day long gathering of the Peoria Area Leadership Community.
* Friday: Time with disciplemaking friends in Bloomington/Normal, IL and Streator, IL.
* Sunday: I’ll be preaching at Checkrow Community Church and Derrick and I will lead an interactive equipping lab together during Sunday School.

Would you please pick one above pray for us RIGHT NOW?

Thanking God for your RIGHT NOW prayer partnership…

March 5, 2020
A day-long gathering of the Peoria Area Leadership Community (PALC) studying, living, and sharing the disciplemaking genius of  Jesus.

March 7, 2020
From 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM in Streator, IL. Join us! Complete details here.


March 8, 2020
Preach at Checkrow Community Church, Bushnell, IL

April 19, 2020
Preach at Christian Free Lutheran Church, Wheatland, IL

April 20-22, 2020
I'll be a keynote speaker and doing two training labes at the 2020 Small-Town Pastors' Conference for RHMA. Details on this conference here


May 31, 2020
Preaching all three Sunday morning services at Central Church of Christ  in Streator, IL.

Stay tuned to this page for updates!
“Dear friend, you are being faithful to God when you care for the traveling teachers…. Please continue providing for such teachers in a manner that pleases God. For they are traveling for the Lord, and they accept nothing from people who are not believers. So we ourselves should support them so that we can be their partners as they teach the truth.” —3 John 5-8

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