Unity among the churches
PRAY Mineral Wells invites residents for 24-hours of prayer and worship before the Nov. 6 elections.
Today and Saturday the group will host 24 hours of prayer and worship to seek God for the future of the nation.
PRAY Mineral Wells hosted a similar event in January. Several local worship teams led prayer and worship for the event. In attendance were more than 10 local pastors and at least 13 Mineral Wells churches were represented. Those who participated in the Prayer Capsule in January may pick up their prayers at this event. Those not collected will be mailed out the following week.
For information about PRAY Mineral Wells or future prayer events contact Jordan at the number above, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, via their Facebook page PRAY Mineral Wells or at www.PrayMineralWells.org.
Cowboy Church to host Music Fest on Nov. 10
Cowboy Church of Mineral Wells Music Fest is Saturday, Nov. 10, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Expo Center at the Palo Pinto County Livestock Association grounds (across from Walmart).
Come enjoy some great Cowboy Christian music. Shop at our craft fair, have lunch and let the kids roam through the Kids Corral and play in the bounce houses.
It’s all free, family friendly, old-fashioned fun.
First Baptist Church to celebrate 130 years
On Sunday, Nov. 11, First Baptist Church will celebrate 130 years of serving the Lord and the community of Mineral Wells.
The church invites all current and former members, as well as anyone else who would like to attend the anniversary celebration. Sunday School will begin at 9:15 a.m. and a special combined worship service will begin at 10:30 a.m. We will be spending time looking at the past, present, and future of our congregation.
There will also be a lunch in the gym immediately following the service. For more information, call the church office at (940) 325-2523.
Unity among the churches
National Day of Prayer set for Thursday
National Day of Prayer calls on all people of different faiths in the United States to pray for the nation and its leaders.
SOAKING IT IN ... SOUL CARE
I hope you are noticing – spring is beginning to emerge from winter.
Even though it has been cold and very blustery these past few days, last week in the southeast part of Mineral Wells, I noticed a weeping willow tree budding out.
Eleventh Avenue Church hosts 63rd anniversary
Eleventh Avenue Church will be celebrating its 63rd Anniversary on Sunday, March 3.
PPBA seeks spring break volunteers
Area churches affiliated with the Palo Pinto Baptist Association will be joining together to provide a Vacation Bible School for local youth during the upcoming spring break.
Soakin’ it in … soul care
‘The confession of evil works is the first beginning of good works.’ ~ Augustine of Hippo
Christian teen club opens next week
A new, faith-based youth hangout will soon be open at 212 S.E. 1st Avenue.
When God Calls
Over 12 and one-half years ago God called my family out of the restaurant business.
‘Soul food’ offered up at Sunday fundraiser
Mount Olive AME Church and Rev. Mae Smith invite the community to a “Soul Food” dinner-fundraiser this Sunday, to help celebrate Black History Month.
‘No dry land and no dry bones in Palo Pinto County’
Those were the words spoken to his spirit as he arose from a time of talking to God in prayer and contemplation.
Faith-based recovery program coming to Mineral Wells
Walk in Faith Ministries, based in Bridgeport, is expanding to a second meeting location in Mineral Wells next week.
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