September Updates – Tent Revival

Many of you remember Bro. Charles Thompson, who went home to be with our Savior last November. Every year, Bro. Charles with Jesus is Lord Ministry used to bring his tent to Place of Hope for a tent revival. Bro. Charles was an ordained Methodist minister, and after he received the Baptism, he said the Methodists didn’t know what to do with him! God told him to get a tent, and so he did…ministering for 30 years!

After Bro. Charles passing, his wife and the Jesus is Lord Ministry felt God wanted Place of Hope to have the tent. It was always Bro Charles dream to see the body of Christ in full unity, so in September we are excited to bring in ministers from a variety of denominations to lead services! We cannot wait to see what God does, as signs and wonders have been commonplace through this ministry! We hope you can join us!

Place of Hope Tent Revial Schedule:

Wed., 9/12 at 7:00pm – Scott McCloud

Sat., 9/15 at 7:00pm – Honoring Bro. Charles Thompson and Jesus is Lord Ministry

Sun., 9/16 at 7:00pm – Russ Adcox, Maury Hills Church of Christ

Mon., 9/17 at 7:00pm – Steve Morgan, Destiny Church

Tues., 9/18 at 7:00pm – Darren Tyler, Conduit Church

Wed., 9/19 at 7:00pm – Joe Evas, 1st Presbyterian Church

Thurs., 9/20 at 7:00pm – Kevin Riggs, Franklin Community Church

Fri., 9/21 at 7:00pm – Nick Serban III, Full Life A/G of Franklin

Friday Night Hope

Friday Night Hope, our homeless outreach ministry, continues to offer practical and eternal help to Nashville’s neediest folk. September outreach dates are September 14 and September 28th.

All are welcome to join us! We meet at NRC, 1600 Elm Hill Pike, at about 6pm for a hotdog dinner before setting up to serve the community at OUR NEW LOCATION, Nelson Mazda, in downtown Nashville (1212 Broadway). Check our website, for a calendar of scheduled outreach nights.

Nashville Recovery Church

Many of the people that are served on Friday nights are then picked up on Sunday mornings to attend Nashville Recovery Church, an inner-city outreach church located at 1600 Elm Hill Pike in Nashville.  After church participants enjoy a free meal and an opportunity to receive practical help. Nashville Recovery Church meets every Sunday in August at 10:30 AM.

Love is not a feeling or emotion. It’s a virtue. You can’t transmit or give away something you don’t have. 1John 4:16 says ‘God is love.’ - Mike Coupe

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