It’s no doubt that now, more than ever, our nation is need of hope.
As my mind skims through all that’s been in the news recently … children held hostage in their own home, sexual misconduct, shootings … I can’t even fathom living in this world without the hope of Christ.
This Easter, Pastor Carter Conlon presents a brand-new 25:00 special for Easter, The Hope of His Calling—a message filled with hope during a season of doubt and skepticism.
Listeners will come away reminded that the victory of a resurrection life is not at all about us, but all about Him.
Pastor Carter encourages us to have faith and vision … for when we walk confidently believing in who God is, nothing can come in the way of all that He has destined us to be. He shares:
“Lord what would you have me do? What is your hope for my calling in this world? May this be your prayer, may it be your strength, may it be your future, may it be your all in all.”
Sign up today and remind your listeners of the power of walking in a living relationship with the Son of God this Easter. Carter says, “the joy of the Lord begins when we understand and can say, it’s all Jesus and none of me!”
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Going to this year’s NRB?
If you’re heading to Nashville at the end of the month for NRB, Pastor Carter would love to meet with you! Contact me to set up an appointment!
Coming up for National Day of Prayer (May 4th)
In God We Trust is a 25:00 special for the National Day of Prayer that not only enlightens the listener in a brief history of our nation’s motto, but asks the question, “Is it a motto that’s on our hearts?”
Pastor Carter Conlon boldly disagrees that our society is so radically changed that we’ll never be the same again! Instead, he focuses on the truth that God holds all power in His hand. And, that when we pray, God still promises to hear our prayer, to forgive our sins, and to heal our land! Carter’s motto, “It’s Time to Pray,” has never been more true than it is right now!