Third Thursday Prayer Connection

Third Thursday –  May 18
11:30-1:00 @ Mosaic Church

In August 2015, Governor Hutchinson invited business and faith leaders across Arkansas to the first Restore Hope Summit with the aim to mobilize action in caring for kids in the state foster care system and individuals who are re-entering society from prison.

We are excited to have Phyllis Bell, Senior Advisor to Governor Hutchinson, joining us this Thursday to provide an update on the Restore Hope Initiative and to share plans for the 2017 Summit.

Join us this Thursday, May 18th, 11:30-1:00 at the Mosaic Church of Little Rock, for lunch, connection with other pastors, the Restore Hope update, and to pray.

 

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2018 Arkansas Prayer Summit (Super Early Registration Special)

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Unite in this Spirit led, scripture-based, worship fed two days of prayer. As we seek the face of God together you will experience His presence, spiritual refreshment and powerful connection with the other pastors and leaders.

Prayer circle

Where:

Ozark Conference Center
#4 Ozark Mountain Road
Solgohachia, AR

For more information contact:

Ray Williams
501-804-1205
rwilliams@nehemiahnetwork.org

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Seek the Welfare of Our Community

The prophet Jeremiah writes in Jeremiah 29:7, But seek the welfare of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the Lord on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare. We are seeking to mobilize the church in strategic areas to seek the welfare of our community. These include seeking the welfare of children, seeking the welfare of families, and seeking the welfare of neighborhoods that could use a helping hand.

Love Children
We are seeking to encourage church and school partnerships through strategic partners such as STEP, AR Kids Read, and Kids Hope USA.

We invite Central Arkansas churches to continue to partner with The CALL, Project Zero, and Immerse Arkansas to become a community where there are no children waiting for a caring home.

This year want to focus on a new partnership with Safe Families for Children.   Safe Families is a movement that assist church families in helping children and families Crisis.

Strengthen Marriages
The best way to love our children is through healthy families and marriage is God’s plan for the family.    We are partnering with FamilyLife and the Central Arkansas Marriage Initiative to encourage to serve churches in the development of marriage ministry.

Serve our community
CityServe seeks to unite Central Arkansas Churches to demonstrating the love of Christ (Matt. 5:16) in a Saturday Day of Service on April 29, 2017.   The focus of CityServe 2017 will be to love our neighbors by serving neighborhoods that could use a helping hand.

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Central Arkansas Antioch Initiative

The Central Arkansas Antioch Initiative is a platform for local church-based theological education that is fully integrated into community development, church planting and vocational pursuit.  In partnership with the Biblical Institute for Leadership Development (BILD), their North American 30-City Urban Initiative and the internationally accredited Antioch School, the Central Arkansas Antioch Initiative seeks the welfare of our city by:

  • Strengthening church leadership through ordered and intentional Biblical training;
  • Engaging churches and individuals into self-directed collaborative learning networks;
  • Drawing resources into urban communities of need;
  • Organizing world-class and affordable Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate of Ministry degrees;
  • Synchronizing academic development with local, church-based ministry and community development practicums
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Pastors Unite to Strengthen Marriage

Several years leaders began meeting to explore how to build on the 2005 Arkansas Study. Since that time, a core team of concerned pastors and leaders have continued to seek God’s purpose on how the Central Arkansas Marriage Initiative could help support churches as they work in their congregations and communities to help marriages. Recently the team met with leaders from the San Antonio Marriage Initiative and out of that discover process has created a plan for impact in Central Arkansas.

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