“I think the reason we sometimes have the false sense that God is so far away is because that is where we have put him. We have kept him at a distance, and then when we are in need and call on him in prayer, we wonder where he is. He is exactly where we left him.” – Ravi Zacharias
We have some great worship opportunities coming up this Sunday, March 25th through April 3rd, 2018. We begin with worshipping at your local church. Our communities are full of churches that have empty pews or seats. Let’s all get back to church! It is needed!
On Sunday, March 25th @ 5:00 pm there is a special prayer gathering at the Jones AT&T Stadium in Lubbock. There will be many different pastors from Lubbock who will lead us all in prayer. If you haven’t noticed, our nation desperately needs prayer and most importantly Jesus Christ. Show up to the Pray Jones Stadium 2018 and invite everyone from the church you attend.
Next week is Holy Week which is sponsored by the Terry County Ministerial Alliance. The first service and luncheon will be at the First Christian Church located at 1501 Tahoka Rd. On Tuesday Calvary Baptist will host the service and luncheon and they are located at 402 W. Broadway. Wednesday’s service and luncheon will be at the First Baptist Church located at 219 W. Main.
The Crossing Church of God located at 110 W. Hill will host the service and luncheon on Thursday and then on Friday, Holy Week will wrap-up at the First United Methodist Church located at 1004 E. Broadway. All locations will begin at noon and Holy Week services and luncheons begin on Monday, March 26th and goes to Good Friday, March 30th.
Resurrection Sunday is April 1st and you will need to contact the local church you attend to find out more about service times. Then on Tuesday, April 3rd there will be another Are Wide Prayer Gathering. There are 14 places to gather and pray for rain, our nation, and other important issues. Locations include Brownfield, Denver City, Lamesa, Levelland, Loop, Meadow, O’Donnell, Plains, Ropesville, Seagraves, Seminole, Slaton, Tahoka, and Wellman.