Thursday- October 24, 2013 Friday- October 25, 2013 Saturday- October 26, 2013
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METROCENTER (at Fielder Road Church) 1501 W. Pioneer Parkway Arlington, TX 76013 Click Here for Driving Directions
$50 Per Person until September 5, 2013
$75 Per Person after September 5, 2013
A century ago, the holiness movement converged upon Pilot Point, Texas with the desire to organize and unite to form the Church of the Nazarene. That band of believers emerged from the tent in the power and unction of the Holy Spirit and marched in celebration. The impact was felt around the world.
Now over 100 years later, pastors and leaders will gather together again just 70 miles south of Pilot Point, Texas for the single purpose of seeking God in desperate prayer for a fresh Pentecost in the holiness movement and for an awakening in our nation that turns the hearts of the people back to God.
This National Prayer Conference will take place in Arlington, Texas, October 24-26, 2013. There will be powerful times of worship and prayer as we boldly approach the throne of grace. There will also be anointed preaching and teaching focused on the church’s need to make corporate prayer the foundation again. We pray you will join us for this historic event!
Pastor Corey and Beth Ann Jones Lead Pastor of Crossroads Tabernacle
DR. JERRY PORTER - Dr. Jerry D. Porter is a general superintendent in the Church of the Nazarene. He was chosen for this highest elected office in the church at the 24th General Assembly in San Antonio, Texas, June 1997, while serving as the district superintendent for the Washington (DC) District. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Porter was a missionary to the Dominican Republic. He served as a rector of the Nazarene Seminary of the Americas, the region director over the Mexico/Central America regions, district superintendent for the Washington (DC) District and as a pastor on the Houston District for several years.
DAN BOHI- A layman in the Church of the Nazarene, Dan Bohi, from Olathe, Kansas was born to long-time evangelist Jim and Carolyn Bohi. In 1995, Dan was severely injured in a collision that left him hospitalized for months. It was during this time in Dan's life that he had a personal encounter with Jesus Christ that changed him forever! Dan was called into full-time ministry on October 10, 2008 and since then he has criss-crossed the country and been in 445 churches in 42 states. Dan has a call to awaken the Church of the Nazarene to the power, purity and freedom of the spirit-filled life that was experienced and exhibited in the lives of believers in the Book of Acts.
MARIA DURSO- Maria Durso is an anointed and inspiring speaker who has spoken throughout the United States and Canada. Together with her husband, Senior Pastor Michael Durso of Christ Tabernacle, daughter church of the Brooklyn Tabernacle, Maria oversees one of the largest prayer ministries in New York. Christ Tabernacle meets weekly for Prayer Meeting with more than 1000 people in attendance. They have witnessed firsthand the faithfulness and grace of God to supply the needs of a growing urban church through the power of prayer. Maria also leads prayer bands every night of the week and believes that the greatest ministry of the church is prayer.
COREY JONES- In 1999, many of the people coming to Crossroads were battling addictions and various problems associated with poverty and eventually they would leave the church without real change. Pastor Corey came to his own crossroad. Discouraged and on the verge of giving up, God led him to visit Christ Tabernacle. At a Tuesday Night Prayer Meeting, God birthed in his heart a vision for what prayer could do. He returned to Fort Worth and he and Beth Ann began to lead the church to cry out to God. From a handful of people in 1999 to a houseful now in 2013, God has proved faithful. Today, people from every walk of life and from a variety of cultural and ethnic backgrounds know that Crossroads Tabernacle is a place where prayers are continually answered and miracles still happen.
Pre-Prayer Conference Events
Come early to the Pre-Prayer Conference Prayer Meeting, Wednesday night at 7pm, and get ready for a power packed evening as we come boldly to the throne of grace and wait in His presence! We want to begin this Awakening pressing in together, waiting and watching as the Lord's presence floods the atmosphere! This Pre-Prayer Meeting will take place at Crossroads Tabernacle located at 1470 Morrison Dr. Fort Worth, TX 76112.
Pre-Registration will open Wednesday, 3pm at Crossroads Tabernacle. Come early and get registration out of the way!
Each hotel rate listed above is a discounted rate for the 2013 Awakening Prayer Conference. Call your hotel choice and mention that your are staying under the reservations for "Crossroads Tabernacle Prayer Conference" to receive the rates listed above. We are working on adding additional hotels to this list. Please check back soon for more options.
We are sorry, but host homes are no longer available for this year's conference.
Unforunatley, we are not able to provide any childcare. Please make other arrangements for your children.
Snacks and Light Meals
The Crossroads Cafe' will be open during breaks. The cafe' will offer light refreshments. There will be an additional charge to purchase food and beverages. The cafe' will not be serving lunch or dinner. Please make other arrangements for these meals.
The closest airport to the conference is DFW. It is approximately a 20 minute drive from the airport to the hotels listed above.
Services will be offered in Spanish and English. Sevices será ofrecido en español e inglés.
Si usted necesita estas instrucciones en español permiten por favor que nosotros saber.
We are commited to ensuring that anyone who desires to attend the 2013 Prayer Conference and has a financial need is able to come. You can email us at email@example.com or call at (817) 457-5211.
If you do not receive an email confirming your registration, you have not completed all the steps necessary to register. Please contact us at 817-457-5211 if you have difficulties registering.