PHCC Update

TRUNK-n-TREAT:

Wow, it is a BLAST being a part of an alive, active, impactful church family!  Congratulations Prairie Heighters on following God’s desire for His Church to be active in the communities in which they exist…we now have all 60 cars sponsored for Trunk-n-Treat.  Over 140,000 pieces of candy were purchased this morning.  We expect to hand out over  150,000 pieces.  Not sure if this is a dentist’s dream or nightmare!  But, I do know it will be a memory maker for kids and their families and that is worth it all right there.  It honestly does not matter whether anyone knows it is a “church” that sponsors this event or not.  I love each of you and thank you for joining me on this most amazing journey!!!

ON THE RADIO:

I have scheduled 4 radio interviews so far and have 5 additional possibilities to promote Trunk-N-Treat.  The interviewers often will ask me why does a church do this.  I LOVE talking about that question on air!  The schedule is as follows:

Thursday, October 27 at 6:10am on 107.9 FM, the FOX

Friday, October 28 at 7:10am on FM105.1

Friday, October 28 at 6:50am and Monday at 8:10am on Froggy 99.9FM

Monday, October 31 at 8:45am on BOB 95.1 FM

VIDEO BLOG

If you haven’t had a chance yet, check out Jon’s Video Blog.  He posts 90 second blogs 2 or 3 times per week on the Prairie Heights website and the Prairie Heights Facebook page.  On Mondays he shares exciting things that happened on Sunday; throughout the week he will share PHCC News, a Leadership Moment, ways to Grow, some funny stories of PHCC and more!  Click here to watch yesterday’s blog!

THIS SUNDAY

This Sunday we are going to look at one of the highlight moments in the ministry of Jesus (Luke 2:1-12).  It is an incredible event of 4 guys moving into motion, in faith, on behalf of a friend they desperately wanted Jesus to heal.  You will hear a recent story from a man who God is working in his life after friends invited him to PHCC.  It is so, way, super cool!  And very touching.

 

See you on Sunday!

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