Expecting God's Help is planning the 2nd annual Justice Center Prayer Walk at the Hawkins County Justice Center on Sunday, September 15th. The Expecting God's Help group is hoping "all of Hawkins County and surrounding areas will unite in prayer" on this Sunday afternoon. Twenty prayer stations will be setup around the Hawkins County Justice Center with focused prayers planned for multiple needs. Needs and prayers will range from unity of the believers; prayers for our schools; prayers for law enforcement; to prayers for marriages, homes and families to be healed. The Prayer Walk is scheduled to start at 3:00pm but organizers are urging attendees to plan to come earlier.
"There will be no parking allowed at the Justice Center Parking Lot except for handicapped individuals who have the approved license tags indicating such" said Alice Snodgrass, one of the organizers. "We are planning to utilize parking areas at the Rogersville City Park; East Rogersville Baptist Church; the Rogersville Middle School; and First Baptist Church lot just off Main Street. We will have busses and vans shuttling through these areas starting at 2:15pm and continuing throughout the afternoon until everyone has had an opportunity to come to the Justice Center" said Pastor Andy Willis who is heading up the transportation portion of the event along with Snodgrass. Volunteers with signs will be in all lots to direct visitors where the transportation pickup will occur.
The drop off area at the Justice Center will have volunteers to greet attendees and show them where they can signup for the e-newletter and other information. They will be given a program with instructions on what to pray for at each of the twenty assigned stations. The Expecting God's Help group will be selling t shirts as a fund raiser to help offset costs of this and other events they are planning. Donations can be made at the event or they can be mailed to Four Square, Inc., Expecting God's Help, P.O. Box 35, Rogersville, TN 37857. All donations are tax deductible as Four Square, Inc. is a 501c3, non profit organization.
Expecting God’s Help has planned a Prayer Walk around all Hawkins County schools on Sunday, August 4th between the hours of 2 - 4pm. “We need all of our Churches and all of our people to rally around our schools here in Hawkins County” said EGH member, Dr. Blaine Jones. “We need our people and our churches to contact us and make plans to attend this Prayer Walk at one of the schools” Jones stated. It has been suggested as well that attendees may bring school supplies to the Prayer Walk to donate to that school for their students. A Prayer Guide of suggested prayers can be downloaded from the Expecting God’s Help Facebook page or from the website wwww.Expecting-Gods-Help.com .
Those individuals, groups or churches who would like to participate may contact Shirley Stapleton in Church Hill at 423-357-7546. Schools in her area include Surgoinsville Elementary; Surgoinsville Middle; McPheeter’s Bend Elementary; Carters Valley Elementary; Volunteer High School; Church Hill Elementary; Church Hill Intermediate; Church Hill Middle and Mount Carmel Elementary. Tim and Rhonda Fields in Rogersville will be coordinating Keplar Elementary; Mooresburg Elementary; Bulls Gap Middle; St. Clair Elementary; Hawkins Elementary; Joseph Rogers Primary; Rogersville Middle; Rogersville City; Cherokee High School; and Clinch School. The Fields’ can be reached at 423-754-3539.
“Ladies Seeking Hope in God Through Prayer for Hurting People “
Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find;….Matt. 7:7
March 2, 2013, Saturday
Beginning at 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Surgoinsville Middle School
Hawkins County and what is being done to help them
Please join us on March 2, 2013. Invite your friends and neighbors to this event.
Joint effort of Expecting God’s Help and Stand in The Gap Hawkins County
Are you concerned about the future of our county and our nation? Do you know of someone who is on drugs or has an alcohol problem? Are you disgusted with the corruption in our communities? II Chronicles 7:14 gives us a solution. We, as believers,
must repent, pray, and come together in unity and then God will do what He promised.
Will you join us at Keplar Elementary School each week beginning on Wednesday, August 29, 2012, 6:00 p.m. We will spend some time praying for families that are hurting, for people who have lost their jobs, for God to expose the darkness, for God to rid our county of drugs, for God’s will to be done and for the salvation of souls. (You will have enough time to get to your regular church service on Wednesdays.)
We desperately need God to intervene and heal our land. Prayer is urgently needed and
by praying together we show God and the community that we are serious about what we want to happen. Hope to see you and your church family on August 29th.
Expecting God’s Help