Bro. Barry Corbett said church renewal and individual discipleship growth will be the focus of his messages during a week of revival at First Baptist Church of Eupora.
Corbett will be the guest speaker for revival services set for Sept. 17-20 at FBC Eupora. On Sunday night, services will begin at 6 p.m. and Monday – Wednesday, services will begin at 7 p.m. Friends and neighbors throughout the community are welcome to attend.
“I pray that there will be a fresh strong desire individually to walk with our Lord Jesus faithfully,” Corbett said. “I pray that the church will recommit themselves to the full work which our Lord Jesus outlined in His Great Commission. I pray that the lost will be challenged with the gospel.”
Corbett asks the community to pray for him as he prepares for this special sermon series.
“I will be praying for FBC Eupora as God’s Spirit convicts and guides our time together,” Corbett said. “It is an honor to have this opportunity to preach His Word at the First Baptist Church of Eupora.” Continue reading
“We need one another now more than ever before,” said Peppi Garrett, guest speaker for the upcoming Women’s Conference at Dorroh Lake Baptist Assembly.
Make plans to join Garrett and ladies across the county as they meet together for a time of fellowship. The Women’s Conference is set for 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16 at Dorroh Lake Baptist Assembly in Bellefontaine. Tickets are $15 and includes lunch. Please contact Pepper at (662) 418-8373.
Sponsored by the Webster Baptist Association, the Women’s Conference will feature Peppi Garrett, a Christian Comedian from Mobile, Ala.
“She loves bringing the temporary joy of laughter, to introduce the eternal joy of knowing Jesus,” said Debbie Pepper, one of the organizers of this year’s event. “I love her humor and her compassion for people. Her comedy show and testimony goal is to introduce someone to the eternal joy of knowing Jesus.”
Garret said this conference will be an opportunity for attendees to come together with their sisters in Christ, “to love Him more intimately, serve Him more passionately, worship Him more reverently, praise Him more joyfully and laugh more hysterically.” Continue reading
It was one of those defining moments in history. Everyone remembers exactly where they were when they heard the news.
Emily Jones said the events of Sept. 9, 2001 “brought us all tighter for a brief moment. All too brief.” Continue reading
Some of these photos were published in the Sept. 14, 2017 edition of The Winona Times.