The Eternal Hope Church in Hiawatha, Kansas, will be holding Revival Services from March 17 through March 20.
Pastor Jim Asberry of Roanoke, Virginia, comes with a message of sharing God’s love and offer of salvation through Jesus Christ. He and his wife Mary Ann have been in ministry for 24 years, and with full humility, credits each accomplishment to the Lord.
For nine years, they pastored in one of the fastest growing churches in the Church of the Nazarene in Winchester, Virginia. In June 2016, Pastor Jim and Mary Ann founded Exalted Church in Roanoke, Virginia, which is experiencing steady growth as the gospel is preached and demonstrated through servant evangelism. Amid their outreach efforts is the effective Empty Tomb Motorcycle Ministry.
"My hope for Revival at Eternal Hope is that the Holy Spirit will move in a mighty way and lives will be changed for God's glory,” Asberry said.
Music ministry throughout the Revival will be shared by Song Evangelist Terry Campbell of Falls City, Nebraska, founder of TLC Ministries (www.sing4king.com). Terry and his wife, Maddie, travel across the U.S. as Terry shares his testimony of God’s love through story and song.
Revival services will begin Sunday, March 17 with the first service at 10:30 a.m., followed by 6:30 p.m. nightly services Sunday through Wednesday, refreshments served. Choose to attend one or all services.
If you know Jesus as your Lord and Savior, come experience revival of faith — if you don’t know who Jesus is, come find out.
Eternal Hope Worship Center is located at 410 E. Iowa St., Hiawatha, Kansas. For more info, contact Eternal Hope Worship Center Pastor Rich Lehmkuhl at 785-740-9001.