Prayer ConneXion with Dr Mark Jones
We are delighted to offer Prayer ConneXion for a third year!
Our Keynote Speaker
Dr. Mark Jones is an elder and the Prayer Pastor of City Bible Church in Portland, Oregon. He has taught Personal Evangelism and Prayer in the Local Church at Portland Bible College and Adult Education at City Bible Church. He has presented his personal growth seminar, Right Wrong Thinking, both locally and in churches nationwide. Along with raising their four children, Mark and his wife, Susan, oversee the Prayer Ministries Department at City Bible Church.
You want your prayers to connect with God...
You want to connect with God more through your prayers...
And you want your prayers to connect with the mission of God.
You are the reason there is a Prayer ConneXion:
- Three plenary sessions with one powerful speaker.
- Ten workshop sessions with very practical leaders.
- As much time devoted to praying as talking.
- Discounted prices for groups.
- All this plus opportunity to meet others with a similar heart.
Also we will conclude with a special Worship & Prayer gathering at 6pm for Compassion to Action's www.Portland2018.com
Join us and tell others!
And remember, lunch is provided.
At the Mission ConneXion, the Prayer Workshop Track is one of the most attended sessions. The overwhelming interest in this track has quickened our hearts to expand the overall Mission ConneXion vision of continued training throughout the year by offering this event.
Church Partner Sponsorships
In appreciation for your support, your church may register 3 people for each $100 donation. Simply go to the Eventbrite Registration page to make your donation. Then to enter additional parties, select "Enter promotional code", enter "pcxn-sponsor" and select "Additional Church Partner Sponsors " in addition to your sponsor ticket. (Note: these additional names may be entered at a separate time.)
Prayer Ministry Information Tables are available for $100. Email James Autry at Serving Our Neighbors or call 503-515-5647.
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