“And then he [Jesus] told them, ‘Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone.’” Mark 16:15, NLT
Every Sunday, thousands of churchgoers gather for a time of prayer, praise, and an uplifting sermon. In many places, prayers for the lost can reach a fever pitch, as shouts of “Amen!” and “Hallelujah!” ring across the sanctuary. After all the shouting is over though, it’s off to lunch, to the mall, or back home to enjoy the rest of the day and get ready for the week ahead.
We certainly should pray for the unsaved, and pray often. But we can’t stop there. We also have to go. In this hard hitting, raw message—simply titled GO—“Paztuh Mike” Wuebbles urges the church to do more than talk the talk about sharing the Good News, but to walk the walk. Literally.
You’ll be challenged and inspired as Paztuh Mike examines the Bible’s commands about reaching the lost and gives his honest assessment of why many Christians are reluctant to tell others in their own communities about Jesus. He covers: The spiritual battle for souls Fears and excuses that hinder Christians Paying the price for the harvest Laziness in the church The command for every Christian to “go” What to do with what you know The power of your personal testimony Don’t sit still any longer. Get off the church pew and get out into the streets. The harvest is ripe. Now, it’s time to GO!
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Amidst the chaos going on in East St. Louis, the murders, and recent teacher strike- an underground awakening is happening. Now that the smoke from the strike has cleared and students have returned to the classroom, many are calling for change. Local leaders, parents, and students are beginning to take a stand for their community- recognizing the impact they have in their own neighborhoods to make a difference. Last year Men Standing Positive spent fall 2014 on the streets of East St. Louis and in the Washington Park community doing outreach, a block party, and a conference- the movement was titled Impact East Side. This year they were invited to return to Dunbar Elementary School and host MSP Fun Fest for the students, parents, and all staff. East St. Louis Senior High School and Mason Clark Middle School have also been invited to join. The free event Saturday November 21st, 2015 from 1 pm – 4 pm includes live music by local St. Louis rap/hip-hop artists: St.Lien, Saved, and MiNiMe, DJ G on the 1’s and 2’s, a bounce house, as well as a Thanksgiving dinner,and clothing giveaway provided by the Rock Church- Soulard campus. In addition, program information will be available for those interested in job training, counseling, rehabilitation, career coaching, and more. Men Standing Positive partners with a variety of programs in St. Louis to offer extra assistance for those in need; some primary examples are Crisis Nursery, Mission St. Louis, Connections to Success, and Slate. You don’t want to miss MSP Fun Fest 2015! To RSVP click here. If you want to volunteer- please click here and send us a message- someone on our staff will contact you shortly. See you there! Let’s #ImpactEastSide together!
MSP Fun Fest 2014 in one word –> EPIC!!! We would like to specifically thank the following groups and individuals for making this event a success: T-Jones, The Rock Church Soulard, Living Word Church, DJ G with New Life Music, Dunbar Elementary School and Staff, all other volunteers, and our MSP Partners. Without everyone’s help and dedication the Fun Fest would not have happened- so thank you! Watch below if you missed out on the fun!!
‘Til Next Time… See YOU on the Streets!