Tom Kroessig is an Ambassador Field Director volunteer for Promise Keepers, serving Fayette and Coweta Counties and beyond. His mission is to be a resource for local Pastors and their men and to act as a liaison between them and the national Promise Keepers ministry. The goal of Promise Keepers is effective ministry to men.

Wednesday, August 1, 2007

Time for Revival?

August is the month when many African-American Churches hold Revivals. These are excellent opportunities to receive a fresh filling of the Holy Spirit and a fresh word from God. Additionally, they are great occasions for developing relationships with more of our brothers and sisters in Christ. If you've read my previous blog on the subject then you know that in the Fayette area we are calling this unity effort "Building Biblical Bridges of Brotherhood." Typically, these events are attended by members from a number of churches so you can meet people from those churches at the same time.

Here's a schedule of the events for which I have information:

Wed.-Fri., August 8-10: Revival at Mount Olive Baptist Church; 7:00 PM, nightly.

Wed.-Fri., August 8-10: Revival at Hartford United Methodist Church; 7:30 PM, nightly.

Thursday, August 9: Revival at Flat Rock A M E Church; 7:00 PM

Sunday, August 12: 153rd Anniversary at Flat Rock A M E Church; 2:30 PM

Wed.-Fri, August 22-24, Revival at Bethlehem Baptist Church; 7:00 PM, nightly.

Mon.-Wed., August 27-29, Revival at Holly Grove A M E Church; on Robinson Road in Peachtree City at 7:00 PM, nightly.

Mon.-Wed., August 27-29, Revival at Merrill Chapel United Methodist Church on S. Jeff Davis Drive in Fayetteville, at 7:30 pm each night.

Please see the "Faith" and/or "Happenings" Tab at for details.

I urge you, brothers, to take advantage of as many these opportunities as possible to build unity in the local body of Christ! You will make a powerful statement for unity just by showing up, and who among us couldn't use some reviving?

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