Green Forest Assembly to host Reneé Moore
GREEN FOREST -- Pastor Mark Bryant and the congregation of First Assembly of God, Green Forest, is pleased to announce special services with Reneé Moore on Sunday Aug. 3. Ms. Moore is from Muskogee, Okla., and has traveled extensively throughout the United States conducting revival services, and ministering in a variety of different churches to various groups, including youth, women, and single adults.
She is an anointed singer and minister, who will bridge the gap between the generations and touch the hearts of both young and old alike, with her fresh, unique style of ministering the Word of God, Pastor Mark Bryant stated. Throughout these special services, Moore will share her own struggles and victories over fear, suicide, and depression; as well as near death experience, at age 3, that left her severely neurologically impaired for many years before receiving her healing, which has been documented by a medical doctor.
Her message is of God's power that offers the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ, extending hope to those who feel their situation is all too hopeless. Her testimonies, along with music that promises to inspire will be an encouragement to all who attend, Bryant said.
Moore believes that we are living in the last days and are in the beginning phases of the great "Last Days Outpouring," that the Bible speaks of in the Old Testament Book of Joel.
Moore said, "I believe the Second Coming of Jesus Christ is very close at hand. We, as the Church, should be diligent in making preparations for His soon return. For it is nearer than when we believe."
Bryant said she will bring a strong, clear call to stir the Church and challenge them to experience a greater depth of revival in their lives, and to work at bringing in a great harvest of souls, as mandated by the Lord Jesus Christ.
The pastor and congregation of First Assembly of God, Hwy 103 North, Green Forest, invite all to come and worship with them.
Starting times for these special services are at 10:30 a.m. and 6 .p.m.
For more information, call toll free 1-877-438-5800.