How has united prayer impacted your city/community? Is Austin, Texas a great model for other cities? Are our cities really being “reached/transformed” because of our “much speaking?”
Pull up a chair and invite some of your other friends to join you for this conference call with special guest Steve Hawthorne
, Director of WayMakers
and author of “Seek God for the City”
on Thursday, Feb 17th at 10am CST/11am EST
Steve Hawthorne serves with WayMakers, a prayer and mission mobilization organization in Austin, Texas. He's the author of the widely-used prayer guide called “Seek God for the City.” After co-editing the course and the book “Perspectives on the World Christian Movement” in 1981, he launched “Joshua Project,” a series of research expeditions among
unreached peoples in world class cities. He co-authored, with Graham Kendrick, the book “Prayerwalking: Praying On-Site With Insight.” He has helped leaders in numerous cities unite and sustain life-giving prayer for entire communities. With humor and seasoned wisdom, he speaks with living passion for the greater glory of Jesus. He says of his ministry, “I like to
commit arson of the heart."
Join us and other leaders on Thursday, February 17th at 10am CST (11am EST, 9 am MST, 8am PST) by dialing 712-432-0075.
When prompted use this code: 9310472.*
We do request that you please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
More on Steve Hawthorne at http://waymakers.org
Don’t miss the early bird discount of February 21 for the National Leadership Consultation on Evangelism scheduled for April 4-6
in Orlando. To register for the discount rate visit: www.orlando2011.org
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The call is hosted by Jarvis C. Ward, Mission America City/Community Ministries
Glenn A. Barth, GoodCities
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