If you want to make a difference, have a more vibrant relationship with God and be used by Him to impact the lives of others, plan to attend the RMC Revival and Prayer Meeting scheduled for October 24-26 at the Campion Church.
Events are planned throughout the weekend to inspire participants to return to their churches as passionate, committed catalysts for prayer. Organizers of this event hope that people leave with a boldness to reach others for Jesus.
Weekend topics will include Encountering God, One With God’s Purpose, The Lord’s Prayer, and Praying for Your Children. The first three messages on revival build on each other, so it’s critical to be there Friday night as well as on Sabbath.
The conference’s featured speaker, Pavel Goia, is a man with a mission to speak for God. Goia knew at a young age that God had called him to ministry. Born and raised in communist Romania, he didn’t find it easy to follow that calling. After drifting during his teenage years, his life took a proverbial turn, and he promised to serve God. The book One Miracle After Another: The Pavel Goia Story by Gregg Budd, describes his unwavering loyalty to God and the miracles that follow.
Pavel pursued careers in engineering, private business, and law before finally settling into his calling as a minister. Today he pastors the Lexington (KY) Church and is a member of the Ministerial Advisory Committee for the North American Division, as well as a doctoral candidate at Andrews University.
For more information, contact Jim Moon, RMC Prayer Ministry coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This article originally appeared in the October 2014 issue of OUTLOOK. It was written by Carol Bolden, assistant to the communication director for the Rocky Mountain Conference.
Watch a clip of speaker Pavel Goia as he shares a miraculous testimony.