THE SEVEN ACTS OF PRAYER & PRAISE
“Let Everything That Hath Breath, Praise The Lord, Praise Ye The lord”
FORGIVENESS & CONTRITION (Mark 11:22-26)
FINANCIAL STABILITY IN OUR HOMES & HONESTY TO OUR GOD (Mark 10:19)
A COLLECTIVE VISION FOR OUR PURPOSE (Hab 2:2)
PURITY & STAYING POWER (Matt 5:8)
INTERCEDING FOR MEANINGFUL YOUTH MINISTRIES (Joel 2:28)
SPIRITUAL CONSECRATION & ZEAL (Rom 12:1, St. John 6:27)
THANKSGIVING & PRAISE (Ps 100)
Our Foundation: “But without faith it is impossible to [walk with God and] please Him, for whoever comes [near] to God must [necessarily] believe that God exists and that He rewards those who [earnestly and diligently] seek Him.” (Hebrews 11:6 AMP) The seeking of God can only be found in and through earnest and continual prayer.
Note: “Prayer is the answer to every problem in life. It puts us in tune with divine wisdom, which knows how to adjust everything perfectly. Too often we do not pray in certain situations because from our standpoint the outlook is hopeless. But nothing is impossible with God. Nothing is so entangled that it cannot be remedied; No human relationship is too strained for God to bring about human reconciliation and understanding; No habit so deep-rooted that it cannot be overcome; No one is so weak that he cannot be strong. No one is so ill that he cannot be healed. No mind is so dull that it cannot be made brilliant. Whatever we need if we trust God, He will supply it. If anything is causing worry or anxiety, let us stop rehearsing the difficulty and trust God for healing, love, and power.” E.G. White; Review & Herald, October 7, 1865
Complete Program & Events Agenda will be published 26 March 2019.
Declare, Defend, & Deliver!
Project Team Leader: Claire M. Morin, M.D. MPH
Location: University of Zambia, School of Medicine; Public Heath Division
Plans are in development to develop a text book for public health with the skills and competencies based upon Zambian health problems. A Zambian medical school, Ridgeway campus, will profit from the current cholera outbreak. As the basis for the chapter on water borne infectious diseases. The exercise will involve a 10 day internship at the ministry of health and plans to involve the Dean of the medical school Dr. Fastone Goma in Lusaka
Weekend Theme: “Creating Greatness”
Sep 21st PM Vespers: “Born To Triumph”
Sep 22nd AM “The Signature of Your Life”
Sep 23rd AM Leadership Panel Discussion At Kings House, Residence of the Governor General House: “Challenges To Greatness: Pitfalls on The Path”
Sep 23rd PM Charge To The Student Leaders: “Created To Conquer”
Sep 24th AM Leadership Workshop: “Creating The Unstoppable Team”
Scotland Revisited: 29nd June Thru 8th Jul
Theme: “Anticipating Ecstasy In Eternity”
Saturday Jun 30th “I’ve Fixed My Mind on Another Time”
Sunday Jul 1st “What is He Waiting For?”
Tuesday Jul 3rd “Hiding In Plain Sight”
Wednesday Jul 4th “Connected or Conflicted”
Friday. Jul 6th “Trapped In A Promise”
Saturday. Jul 7th “I Must See Jesus”
Name of Project: Partnership effort with Pine Forge Academy Community Service Outreach and Giving Back Emphasis
Country: Barbados, West Indies
Purpose/Goals: Part of the program at Pine Forge Academy (PFA) is community service and giving back. After doing some research, staff members discovered that the Seventh-day Adventist Mother Church in Barbados, named “King Street Church” sponsors a community outreach of a weekly meal to the people of the community, serving over 60 people every Wednesday, and they are hoping to do more. Besides feeding weekly, there is a quarterly distribution of clothing in the neighborhood.
PFA Class of 2018 has been planning to go on a mission trip to Barbados, and for over two years has been raising funds for this project and all the costs that will be associated with the travel. The academy is now at the point of seeking to acquire funds for the actual mission portion of the trip and we have promised to help. The kitchen where the food is prepared is in need of renovations and upgrading. PFA plan is to upgrade the infrastructure of the entire kitchen to include the purchase of updated appliances, namely, a stove, a microwave, a refrigerator/freezer along with pots, pans, and other necessities.
In addition, the Class has received a donation of shoes and sneakers and will be distributing them as part of the mission project. MOHIM believe these improvements will expand this historic church's ability to serve their wider community and improve on their vision to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and spread the Love that the world needs.