Area churches will host ‘Unite to Worship’ revival
The 2017 Ozark County Christians Unite to Worship revival will be held Oct. 23-28 in area churches. The theme is “Unity and Maturity in Christ – Ephesians 4:1-16.” Each night’s service begins at 7 p.m. and will include a welcome, an opening prayer, two songs and a sermon, followed by another two songs and a second sermon. Each service concludes with an invitation song and closing prayer, followed by refreshments and fellowship.
The services will be held according to this schedule with these sermons planned:
Monday, Oct. 23 and Oct. 24, at Gainesville Church of Christ: First sermon by Davin Friend of Salem General Baptist church: “Live a worthy life” (Monday) and “There is one body” (Tuesday). Second ser-mon by Halbert Smith of Gainesville Church of Christ: “Keep the unity of the Spirit” (Monday) and “ There is one Spirit” (Tuesday).
Thursday, Oct. 26, at Frontier General Baptist in Pontiac: First sermon by Mason Eslinger, described as “a young Christian fired up for Jesus”: “There is one hope.” Second sermon by Bruce DeWeese, Frontier General Baptist: “There is one Lord.”
Friday, Oct. 27, at Lilly Ridge General Baptist: First sermon by Jeff Dotson, Mission Square Church: “There is one faith.” Second sermon by Dale Roberts, Lilly Ridge General Baptist: “There is one baptism.”
Saturday, Oct. 28, at Clear Springs General Baptist near Dawt: First sermon by Jim Kyle, Nobel General Baptist: “There is one God.” Second sermon by David Evans, Clear Springs General Baptist: “Unity by maturing in Christ.”