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Prayer is a conquering and powerful force! We believe just as with the early morning Church, that it is thrrough the power of prayer that situations will change. The bible states in James 5:16 KJV “Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.”

We take each submitted prayer request serious and will be praying for you. We only ask that when God answers prayer, that you write us or contact us on this website and let us know.

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We are also listing prayer requests to further increase the number of Saints both locally, nationally and internationally to actively engage in praying for these requests.

From Superintendant

Chan Chan
From Superintendant Hudson;Brothers and Sisters,Please note the following sreious needs:1) Rev. Daniel Coleman I talked with him this evening and also Brother Wilson Hudson phoned him confirming information. Brother Coleman is very sreiously ill. He has congestive heart failure compounded by his kidneys. When they address one area it affects the other and vise versa. On top of that he was close to having to have his leg amputated because of blood gathering in the leg from groin to ankle. It looked sreiously bruised. He is currently hospitalized at Thomas Memorial.2) Sister Wolford Needs continued prayer as she recovers from stroke.3) Sister Lilley Needs continued prayer for recovery from toe amputation. Sister Lilley had to miss last Sunday services due to physical complications. 4) Rev. Jerry W. Holland I learned this evening Brother Holland had a cauterization that resulted in two(2) stints being placed in his heart due to 80% blockage. He had a sreious episode Monday night preaching revival in Mississippi. His blood pressure remains high tonight. He is in St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville. This will cause difficulty with him being down and not preaching. For an evangelist: No preach No pay! He and Sister Holland need our prayer support. Doctor told Sister Holland it could have been life threatening.5) Rev. Norman Mills Doing better but still needs our prayers.David M. Hudson