Vessels of Honour Church (VOHC), 10055 N. Wauwatosa Road (76th Street), Mequon, Wisconsin will hold its first Church ~ Family ~ Community Prayer Clinic at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 31. The theme is “How Can I Pray for You…” scripturally based on Ephesians 6:18-19.
Dynamic VOHC teachers will teach the powerful sessions. The guest speaker is Rev. Patrick W. Toney, Youth Pastor, of Revival Temple Church, Waukegan, IL. Rev. Patrick W. Toney is a leader with one thing on his mind; that is saving a generation of soldiers that the enemy has oppressed; knowing that God has destined them for greatness.
People will leave the Prayer Clinic knowing what prayer is, the different types of prayer such as Intercessory prayer. How to pray at the time of any given situation will be a focus to prepare people to lead others to salvation in Jesus Christ. VOHC believes prayer is the core source with faith to accomplish the work of Jesus Christ.
Registration is free! Pre-registration forms can be requested by email: email@example.com. A light lunch will be provided to pre-registrants.
Pastor Billy J. and Dr. Brenda J. Bowers, along with the congregation, invite the public to join in this powerful, spiritually charged open door workshop. For more information, please phone 262-236-3775.
For 20 years, VOHC has provided ministries for all ages to win souls for Christ and assist members to live a Christ-centered victorious life. The church will focus in the future on expanding those ministries and providing more evangelistic and community outreach programs.
A little over twelve years ago, VOHC built a small church on the corner of Villard Avenue and Sherman Boulevard. God grew the church to buy a new church this year. Through prayer being the foundation of each ministry in VOHC; the ministry will reach a global call in ministry.
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