Dr. Terry Teykl will bring his Acts 29 Prayer Encounter Seminar to the east campus of
“Terry Teykl’s warm, humorous style makes him and his seminars among the most sought after in the country,” said the Rev. Mitchell Hedgepeth, senior pastor at
The event is scheduled for March 10.
An author of several books on prayer, Teykl has been a pastor for 27 years and writes and speaks from a practical viewpoint in helping churches build prayer ministries to pray for others and win the lost. “The early church didn’t have prayer meetings,” he said. “It was a prayer meeting.”
Joan Simpson, St. Paul UMC prayer minister, said the seminar is an opportunity to be taught by a man who has conducted hundreds of workshops and seminars on the subject throughout the
The seminar is designed to provide pastors, staff and lay workers with the information and tools necessary to help them develop and support a prayer ministry, or build upon an existing one in their local churches. Topics include: personal prayer, prayer evangelism, building/supporting a prayer ministry, praying for others and praying more effectively.
The seminar runs from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. with a half-hour break for lunch. Nursery assistance will be provided. St. Paul UMC East Campus is located at the intersection of U.S. 90 East and
Anyone wishing to participate should register no later than March 2. Registration forms are available at St. Paul UMC,