“Come to Me!” is the message Jesus proclaims to the world. In two brand-new specials (25:00 for Christmas and 25:00 for New Year’s), Carter Conlon reminds listeners of the point of these holidays—to come back to Jesus!
How did we lose touch with this incredible Christmas holiday we once celebrated as a nation? In this year’s Christmas special with Carter Conlon, his message from Psalm 22 calls us back to Christmas the way God intended it to be! To once again celebrate the joy of God’s love gift to us—and to never stop celebrating Christmas in our heart!
For everyone who’s tired of the noise and the emptiness, of bankrupt worship, and religious powerlessness, he reminds us there’s still a voice that rises above every other voice—Jesus saying, “Come to Me!” Come back to the place of truth, to the place of prayer, to believe that in 2019—we can reclaim the culture of America!
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Carter Conlon, speaker for “It’s Time to Pray” and “A Call to the Nation,” is the pastor of Times Square Church in Manhattan, an interdenominational church with over 10,000 people in attendance. The congregation represents more than 100 different nationalities. Times Square Church also recently welcomed 700 home satellite fellowships worldwide as it continues to expand its reach.
In 1994, Carter was invited by David Wilkerson, author of the best-selling book, The Cross and the Switchblade, to help pastor Times Square Church. He became the senior pastor in 2001. From the very beginning Conlon’s heart has always demonstrated a passion for prayer, leading him to host Prayer in the Square, a gathering in Times Square for prayer, and currently the World Wide Prayer meeting. Every Tuesday night thousands of Christians gather to pray at Times Square Church. Individuals from 199 countries and territories participate in person or through live streaming.