of ‘The Shack’
set for Tuesday
Dr. Larry Pillow with Fresh Start Now ministry will lead a discussion group centered on "The Shack" at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the home of Gail and Margie Jones, 1815 Stanley Russ Road.
Paul Young, author of "The Shack" recently shared his story at a fundraiser for Bethlehem House.
Pillow said he realized Young’s talk and book has surfaced "pain from unfinished business in the lives of hundreds of Conway area residents." He is convening a group to provide a "safe place with safe people" to not only help individuals process their pain but more importantly help them heal, establish a new identity and move forward.
Anybody is welcome and no registration or cost is involved. For more information, contact Pillow at 327-2688 or email@example.com.
If you cannot attend this group, contact Pillow about the possibility of facilitating a group for you.
Rock of Ages
to hold fellowship
Pastor James E. Mackey and the Rock of Ages Church family invite you to come and fellowship as we host the dedication program for our new edifice.
Dr. James Thrower and the Mercy Seat Missionary Baptist Church of Little Rock will be the special guest for the dedication program of Rock of Ages Missionary Baptist Church of North Little Rock. Thrower is the president of Regular Arkansas Baptist convention and he will deliver the dedicatory sermon.
The program is scheduled for Sunday at 3 p.m.
Many other guests will be in the fellowship on that occasion also.
Come and be blessed as we lift the name of Jesus.
For more information, contact Eleen Mackey at 348-8663.
McGintytown Church plans homecoming
The McGintytown Church of God will hold its annual homecoming service Sunday.
Sunday school begins at 10 a.m. with worship services at 11 a.m.
Special music will be presented by Tim and Paula McGinty and the McGintytown Worship Team. A historic video of the church and its history will be shown during the service. Pastor Tom New will present the message entitled "The Homecoming."
A potluck dinner and afternoon visitation will conclude the day.
McGintytown Church of God is located 7 miles east of Greenbrier on Highway 225 East. Everyone is invited to come and celebrate this special day.
Plans to establish Renewal Ranch
in Central Ark.
Plans are being made to establish Renewal Ranch in Central Arkansas. Renewal Ranch will be dedicated to restoring broken lives through Christ. The immediate focus will be men with addiction.
A fast paced vision casting meeting for Renewal Ranch will be held Saturday at Cornerstone Church, 1905 Dave Ward Drive from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Renewal Ranch will open as soon as land and facilities are located and support is provided by churches and individuals.
James Loy and his wife Laura will provide leadership for Renewal Ranch. James Loy overcame his longtime struggle with addiction with help from John 3:16 ministry near Batesville. James Loy is a graduate of Conway High School and the University of Central Arkansas. His desire is to come back to Central Arkansas and help men and their families overcome the problems associated with addiction. James Loy shared "I have found freedom from addiction through Christ, and I want to help others experience this same freedom."
Brunch will be served by Don and Nancy Bingham beginning at 9 a.m. followed by a presentation about John 3:16, a spiritual boot camp for men near Batesville, and plans for Renewal Ranch.
Anybody with a passion for or interest in helping people who struggle with addiction is welcome to come.
Contact Leisa at firstname.lastname@example.org or 327-2690 to make reservations or get information.