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November 15, 2012

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Corsicana — NOTE: Due to holiday schedules, the deadline for Church News for publication on Friday, Nov. 23 will be noon, Tuesday, Nov. 20.

Standing In Prayer celebrated five years together on Sept. 15, 2012, as women come together from all over the area and stand in prayer each month for their country, community, churches and families. This group of prayer warriors are the Christian heart of many churches. Every woman is invited to come join.

Word Alive Church, 3900 FM 744, welcomes Evangelist Rod Vincent of Dayton, Texas as speaker for a revival to be held Sunday, Nov. 25 at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m., and at 7 p.m. nightly Nov. 26-28. Evangelist Vincent was born and raised in South Louisiana as a Catholic. At the age of 21, he came to know the saving power of Jesus Christ. He has been an evangelist for 33 years, ministering in 35 states and five foreign countries, preaching over 1300 revivals, numerous camp meetings, youth camps, singles retreats and youth rallies. He has been on numerous television and radio programs. Vincent has a touch of God on his life that will challenge you to be committed to Jesus in the 21st Century. His unique style of wit and annointing will take you to the summit of your Christian walk. Come and be blessed by God and you will not leave like you came.

Johnson Memorial COGIC, 1600 S. Seventh St., Corsicana, will hold a Family and Friends Day at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, 2012. Guest speaker will be Elder Amanda Johnson. She is the third child of Pastors Joseph and the late Charlene Johnson. She is a single mother of two, Morgan and Josiah.  She founded Power for My Purpose Ministry in 2007 and is a passionate International Speaker sharing her life-changing transformation through the Gospel of Jesus Christ in the United States of America; Mexico and Africa. Amanda is gifted in deliverance and healing and is a member of Forward In Faith Ministries International (FIFMI) where she serves as an Elder.

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