Lancaster County National Day of Prayer 2019
"Making every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace"
— EPHESIANS 4:3 —
Celebration of Prayer & Worship
Thursday, May 2, 2019 | 6:00 – 8:00 pm at Lititz Springs Park
Featuring prayer leaders, worship with local leaders, One A-Chord, a 130-voice choir and keynote prayer speaker. An offering will be received.
Food vendors will be on-site from 4 - 7:30 pm.
What to Bring
Don't forget to bring your own blankets and lawn chairs.
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Lancaster County National Day of Prayer is pleased to welcome James MacDonald as the keynote speaker at the 2018 Celebration of Prayer & Worship on Thursday, May 3, 2018, at Lititz Springs Park.
James MacDonald (D. Min. Phoenix Seminary) has committed his life and ministry to the unapologetic proclamation of God’s Word. He is the founder and Senior Pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel which began in 1988 with 18 people and now welcomes 13,000 people to its seven Chicago-area campuses each week. In addition to his ministry inside the church, James saw an opportunity to reach more people with God’s Word through radio. He began the Bible-teaching ministry Walk in the Word on one station in 1997. Now, Walk in the Word can also be seen on television and online, reaching more than three million people around the world every day.
In 2002, James founded the church-planting network Harvest Bible Fellowship to recruit, train, and equip pastors. His extensive ministry also includes the worship and songwriting ministry Vertical Worship, the film-making ministry Vertical Church Films, the accredited pre-K through grade 12 Harvest Christian Academy, a year-round camp, and a center for biblical counseling—all to reach more people with the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ. James has authored several books and Bible studies, including: Act Like Men; Vertical Church; Lord, Change Me; Lord, Change My Attitude; When Life is Hard; Always True; and most recently, The Will of God IS the Word of God.