A prayer, worship and healing evening will be held at the Newton Hall in Jeffreys Bay on Friday March 1 — the week before the Mighty Men Conference.
“Everyone is welcome. Rich and poor, old and young, healthy and sick, believers and non-believers. It will also be a good opportunity for you to bring someone you know who is going through a tough time,” said the Mighty Men organisers.
Eugene Genis, committee member of the Mighty Men Conference explains: “This will be a good opportunity to seek the Lord and all the good things He has in store for your life, your family and your business. “We are going to call on the name of the Lord and trust Him for His miracle-working power.
Common meeting ground
“The Newton Hall in Jeffreys Bay is a good common ground to meet because it is accessible to everyone, no matter which church you belong to and especially for those people who don’t attend any church at present. We want to see the name of Jesus lifted high so that He can heal the wounded, bring hope to the hopeless, redirect the lost and encourage those who are weary. Why don’t you also bring someone you know who is going through a tough time?”
MMC team member Robbie Hift says: “When a bunch of people get together and start worshipping God, we see miracles happen. Psalm 22 tells us that ‘God lives in the praises of His people.’ In fact, the NKJ version says: ‘God is enthroned in the praises of His people!’
“So when you create an atmosphere of worship, with everyone praising the name of Jesus, then Almighty God shows up…..and miracles begin to happen. So that’s what we are gonna do.
We have a big, bold, happy worship team and we are going to raise a big, bold happy shout of praise to a wonderful God whose name is Jesus.
“On that Friday night, together we are gonna roll out the red carpet and welcome the Holy Spirit into the Newton Hall. The Amplified Bible describes the Holy Spirit as the Comforter, Counsellor, Advocate, Healer and most of all…. a wonderful friend.
“That’s just what we all need. Right? A comforter, a counsellor, an advocate, a healer and a wonderful friend.
Many is the time that we know someone who doesn’t know the Lord so well and who is afraid to come to any church because they say: ‘I’m just not good enough.’ So, that’s why the leaders of the Mighty Men Conference have set up this golden opportunity for you to encourage that special person by bringing him or her to the Newton Hall in Jeffreys Bay.
“It’s a safe meeting ground, outside the established church environment, where people can still meet with the Lord without embarrassment.”
So, mark the date on your calendar– Friday 1 March from 6pm to 8pm. If you have any questions please send an email inquiry to email@example.com
Full details of the Mighty Men Conference at Mooi Uitsig farm near Jeffreys Bay from March 8 to 11 are on the website: www.mightymeneasterncape.co.za