Prophetic Encounter week begins and you can be a part of our Worship Services! Watch LIVESTREAM every night this week!

By Kami Klein

All of us need a life-changing encounter with the presence of God! This week begins our Prophetic Encounter Conference and Morningside is ready for each amazing guest! We wish all of you could be here for this truly inspiring conference but we understand that many of you could not be here. We want you to be a part of this prophetic week and join us every night via live-stream during our worship service and experiencing our incredible speakers!

Our guests are world-renowned and emerging prophetic voices and there is nothing quite like the uniting of believers praying and worshiping together! You may not be able to be on Grace Street in person but we want to worship with you anyway!

Tonight, Monday, October 14th, at 7 pm please join Tammy Sue Bakker and the PTL Band and Singers as they begin our worship service filled with song and gratitude. Our special guest speakers will be Ana Werner and Larry Sparks. Ana travels internationally teaching others to see in the Spirit, move in the prophetic, and experience healing and deliverance through her ministry. Larry Sparks is a sought after prophetic minister encouraging others on how to create space for the Holy Spirit to move in presence, prophetic words, and power, he has been featured on Sid Roth It’s Supernatural!, The Jim Bakker Show, CBN, TBN, the Elijahlist, and Charisma Magazine.

Tuesday, October 15th at 7 pm join us for worship with Tammy Sue and the PTL Band & Singers followed by our very special friend to Morningside and a true Christian Leader and Prophet for today. As Founder and Executive Director of MorningStar Ministries and Heritage International Ministries, Rick Joyner has authored more than fifty books and is sought after by leaders all over the world for his no-nonsense, biblical and common-sense approach. In his program “Prophetic Perspectives” found on the PTL Television Network, he illuminates the current events of today with direct, informative and biblical thought.

Wednesday, October 16th at 7:30 pm Tammy Sue Bakker and the PTL Band & Singers will start the worship off followed by our special guest Jeremiah Johnson. A gifted teacher, prophet, and author of multiple books, Jeremiah travels extensively throughout the United States and abroad as a conference and guest speaker. He has been a guest on Christian television and radio shows including The Jim Bakker Show, Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural!, and The Line of Fire with Dr. Michael Brown, as well as on networks such as Daystar, TBN, and God TV.

Thursday, October 17th, 7 pm Larry Sparks is back with another riveting worship service and joining him will be Jenny Weaver! Once a homeless drug addict and self-cutting Wiccan, Jenny is now a true worshipper and lover of God. Transformed by His re¬newing power, Jenny’s heart is to lead people into an encounter with the Holy Spirit that will transform them as well. It is Jenny’s desire to lead prophetic, spontaneous, high praise worship and release the song of Heaven into the Earth!

Friday, October 18th, 7 pm Jenny Weaver will be back to lead the worship, followed by an inspirational, full of the Holy Spirit, healing service led by Katherine Ruonala. Katherine carries a strong prophetic and miracle anointing with many being instantly healed in her meetings. Reaching across denominational walls, her ministry is also used to spread the fires of revival and ignite a fresh passion in the hearts of believers to go deeper in their relationship with God.

We all lead such busy lives that sometimes we don’t take the time to spend with God and fill our hearts with his loving presence. Our Lord has so many plans for YOU! Please schedule some time with him this week and join us during these very special worship services on Grace Street at Morningside!

To be a part of any of our LIVE events this week you can join us on the PTL Network from your Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV or go to jimbakkershow.com or ptlnetwork.com to tune in!

Marathon church session ends as Dutch let Armenian family stay

FILE PHOTO: A protestant church holds round-the-clock sermons in an attempt to prevent the extradition of an Armenian family of political refugees, in The Hague, the Netherlands December 13, 2018. REUTERS/Eva Plevier/File Photo

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A round-the-clock prayer service to stop an Armenian family being deported from the Netherlands was ended after 96 days on Wednesday after the government agreed to make an exception to immigration rules.

Using a law that bars police from entering a place of worship while a service is in progress, hundreds of supporters of the Tamrazyan family have held rites non-stop at the Bethel church in The Hague since Oct. 26 to block their deportation.

Late on Tuesday, the cabinet decided to allow the Tamrazyans and other families rejected for permanent residence after living for years in the Netherlands to stay in the country after all.

The families, which together have around 700 children, did not qualify for an exemption granted to minors living in the Netherlands for more than five years.

To avoid other families with no other prospect of qualifying for permanent residence taking root in the Netherlands, the government will also try to speed up asylum procedures.

“We are incredibly grateful that hundreds of refugee families will have a safe future in the Netherlands,” a spokesman for Bethel Church, Theo Hettema, said on Wednesday.

But he said the church was worried about the consequences for future immigration policy.

The fight over the “children’s pardon” put pressure on Prime Minister Mark Rutte’s centre-right government, which has only a one-seat majority in parliament’s Lower House, and looks set to lose its Senate majority in a March 20 election.

Rutte’s Liberal party is trying to present a tough stance on immigration, to avoid losing ground to opposition parties such as the anti-Islam party of Geert Wilders.

Although Tuesday’s decision was good news for the Tamrazyans, it came days too late for another family, the Grigoryans. That family of five, with children aged three to eight, was deported to Armenia early last week, just as the cabinet began deliberating on the issue.

“This is unfair and very painful,” their lawyer told Dutch news agency ANP on Wednesday.

“If their deportation had been postponed a few days, the family would have been allowed to stay.”

(Reporting by Bart Meijer; Editing by Catherine Evans)

Shooting triggers lockdowns, then locked arms in Pittsburgh community

Mourners attend a memorial service at the Sailors and Soldiers Memorial Hall of the University of Pittsburgh, a day after 11 worshippers were shot dead at a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton

By Jessica Resnick-Ault

PITTSBURGH (Reuters) – The gunshots that tore through a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday first triggered lockdowns in houses of worship across the city. Then they brought forth an outpouring of unity and support.

Following the deadliest attack ever on the Jewish community in the United States, residents rushed to provide comfort, give blood, organize vigils and bring therapy dogs to a Jewish community center.

Flowers and candles are placed outside the Tree of Life synagogue following Saturday's shooting at the synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk

Flowers and candles are placed outside the Tree of Life synagogue following Saturday’s shooting at the synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Aaron Josefczyk

The Tree of Life synagogue, where 11 people were killed by a gunman who burst into a morning service, is home to three congregations in Squirrel Hill, the heart of Pittsburgh’s tight-knit Jewish community.

Word of Saturday’s shooting spread quickly through the community. For some, the news arrived with text messages and phone calls. In corners of the community where cellphones were turned off during the Sabbath, it arrived nearly as quickly by word of mouth.

That was the case at the nearby Chabad congregation, where the service continued but with someone monitoring the door during what is traditionally an open event. One congregant, a chaplain, walked out to pray.

“Community is the greatest asset,” said Rabbi Yisroel Altein of Chabad. “Everybody being here for each other and looking to dispel the dark with the light.”

Erika Strassburger, who represents Tree of Life’s district on Pittsburgh’s City Council, said she was at a political gathering of about 30 people when she heard the news. The group put its plans to canvas the neighborhood for signatures on hold.

Mourners fill a memorial service at the Sailors and Soldiers Memorial Hall of the University of Pittsburgh, a day after 11 worshippers were shot dead at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton

Mourners fill a memorial service at the Sailors and Soldiers Memorial Hall of the University of Pittsburgh, a day after 11 worshippers were shot dead at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton

INCLUSIVITY AND ‘PITTSBURGH LEFT’

Squirrel Hill is known for inclusivity, the late television personality Fred Rogers who attended a church there, and for friendliness, residents said. It is a place where drivers use a “Pittsburgh Left,” yielding to oncoming traffic wanting to turn.

After the shooting, turnout at services across the city swelled. As soon as the Sabbath ended, members of Orthodox congregations and others who had been unable to attend the earlier vigil gathered. They stood outside of Tree of Life, or L’Simcha, and read psalms.

The following day, children attended traditional Sunday school classes at other congregations under the watch of neighborhood police. About 100 clergy, lay leaders and volunteers gathered at the Jewish Community Center to discuss how to move forward and make arrangements for many funerals at the same time. In Judaism, the dead traditionally need to be buried within 24 hours, so other congregations came forward to offer space.

Therapy dogs from Pittsburgh and Youngstown arrive at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh to give comfort to volunteers, families, community members and employees following Saturday's shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Jessica Resnick-Ault

Therapy dogs from Pittsburgh and Youngstown arrive at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh to give comfort to volunteers, families, community members and employees following Saturday’s shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S., October 28, 2018. REUTERS/Jessica Resnick-Ault

After the meeting wrapped up, volunteers brought over a dozen therapy dogs to help console those in pain.

Carnegie Mellon University professor Bill Scherlis, who lives just a few blocks from the synagogue and has been to events there, went to a candlelight vigil nearby on Saturday night that was arranged by high school students and attended by hundreds of people.

When word of the shooting spread, Scherlis said, the streets became “quite suddenly” full of neighbors who came out to stand together arm in arm.

“The spirit is so strongly felt,” he said. “This community response is in sharp contrast to the horror of the events.”

(Reporting by Jessica Resnick-Ault; Writing by Chris Prentice; Editing by Peter Cooney)

POTUS Shield Heartland Convocation Begins March 20th at Morningside!

Potus-Shield

By Kami Klein

There is  a movement in our country, a movement to raise up a prayer shield over the USA..  The POTUS Shield consists of Clergy, Church Leaders, Prayer Warriors, Worshipers and Watchmen, all an anointed assembly of Christians dedicated to intercession, prayers, declarations and decrees of The Word of the Lord across our nation.  Frank Amedia and the POTUS Shield Council are leading the way to prepare for a tremendous shift in our nation! Beginning Tuesday. March 20th – Thursday, March 22nd, Morningside will be hosting the POTUS Shield Heartland Convocation!

This two and a half day event features: Morning worship with the “Heaven Sent Worship Team”, includes show tapings at 11:00 am central  of The Jim Bakker Show on Tuesday and Wednesday and our incredible speakers during evening worship beginning at 7pm Central. You will see and hear many charismatic and dynamic leaders of this prayer movement . Among these guests are:

 

Frank and Lorilee Amedia , founders of POTUS SHIELD.  Frank serves Chairman of the Council. They have been ministering for over 35 years and are founders of Touch Heaven Ministries, authors of the Deep Calls To Deep and have spearheaded the Revival One Network. Their personal heart and mission is “prepare the way for the coming of the Lord”.

Bishop Angel Nunez  has been in ministry for over 36 years and is the Bishop of the Bilingual Christian Fellowship. As Senior Pastor of the Bilingual Christian Church of Baltimore for over 27 years, he still travels as an International Evangelist winning souls for Christ..


Bishop Harry R. Jackson, organizer of “The Reconciled Church” conference,presiding bishop of the International Communion of Evangelical Churches,  and Senior Pastor of Hope Christian Church in the Washington, D.C., area.

Global Strategic Alliance President Kevin Jessup

Founder of the U.S. Hispanic Prayer Network, Mark Gonzales

Herman Matir, President of  the Emerging Leaders Network and the Asian Action Network.

Patricia Scahill who serves as Assistant Pastor at Touch Heaven Ministries and as Assistant Director to POTUS SHIELD.
And  Dr. David Herzog who has ministered in over 50 nations in both large evangelistic campaigns as well as hosting and speaking in conferences, churches, seminars, stadiums and outreaches.

We hope you will be able to attend this vital and informative POTUS SHIELD event with us here at Morningside.  If you are unable to be here for the live event, please be watching your local stations to catch The Jim Bakker Show and listen to the amazing prophetic messages from these remarkable guests.  We are also happy to offer the 7pm Central Worship Services on Live feed or on the PTL Television Network through your Roku or Apple TV.

 

Join us in this Holy Mission for our country!

 

POTUS SHIELD SCHEDULE OF EVENTS March 20-22, 2018

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

10:00 am   Prophetic Worship by Heaven Scent Worship Team

11:00 am   Jim Bakker Show taping  Guests: Frank Amedia, Mark Gonzales, and Kevin Jessip

7:00 pm     Prophetic Worship and Speaker           Speaker: Herman Martir

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

10:00 am   Prophetic Worship by Heaven Scent Worship Team

11:00 am   Jim Bakker Show taping Guests: Bishop Harry Jackson, Frank Amedia, Bishop Angel Nunez, Mark Gonzales, Herman Martir

7:00 pm     Prophetic Worship and Speaker          Speaker: David Herzog

Thursday, March 22, 2018

10:00 am   Prophetic Worship  by Heaven Scent Worship Team

11:00 am   Speaker Panel: Pastor Lorilee Amedia, Pastor Patricia Scahill and Frank Amedia

 

Gunman kills 26 in rural Texas church during Sunday service

By Lisa Maria Garza

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (Reuters) – A man with an assault rifle killed at least 26 people and wounded 20 in a rural Texas church during Sunday services, adding the name of Sutherland Springs to the litany of American communities shattered by mass shootings.

The massacre, which media reports say was carried out by a man thrown out of the Air Force for assaulting his wife and child, is likely to renew questions about why someone with a history of violence could amass an arsenal of lethal weaponry.

The lone gunman, dressed in black tactical gear and a ballistic vest, drove up to the white-steepled First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs and started firing inside. He kept shooting once he entered, killing or wounding victims ranging in age from five to 72 years, police told a news conference.

The area around a site of a mass shooting is taped out in Sutherland Springs, Texas, U.S., November 5, 2017, in this picture obtained via social media.

The area around a site of a mass shooting is taped out in Sutherland Springs, Texas, U.S., November 5, 2017, in this picture obtained via social media. MAX MASSEY/ KSAT 12/via REUTERS

President Donald Trump told reporters the shooting was due to a “mental health problem” and wasn’t “a guns situation.” He was speaking during an official visit to Japan.

Among the dead was the 14-year-old daughter of church Pastor Frank Pomeroy, the family told several television stations. One couple, Joe and Claryce Holcombe, told the Washington Post they lost eight extended family members, including their pregnant granddaughter-in-law and three of her children.

The gunman was later found dead, apparently of a gunshot wound, after he fled the scene.

“We are dealing with the largest mass shooting in our state’s history,” Texas Governor Greg Abbott told a news conference. “The tragedy of course is worsened by the fact that it occurred in a church, a place of worship.”

About 40 miles (65 km) east of San Antonio in Wilson County, Sutherland Springs has fewer than 400 residents.

“This would never be expected in a little county like (this),” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton told CNN.

A local resident with a rifle fired at the suspect as he left the church. The gunman dropped his Ruger assault weapon and fled in his vehicle, said Freeman Martin, regional director of the Texas Department of Public Safety.

A man told San Antonio television station KSAT he was driving near the church when the resident who had opened fire on the gunman approached his truck and urged him to give chase.

“He said that we had to get him (the gunman), and so that’s what I did,” Johnnie Langendorff, the driver of the truck, told KSAT. He added they reached speeds of 95 miles (153 km/h) per hour during the chase, while he was on the phone with emergency dispatchers.

Soon afterward, the suspect crashed the vehicle near the border of a neighboring county and was found dead inside with a cache of weapons. It was not immediately clear if he killed himself or was hit when the resident fired at him outside the church, authorities said.

The suspect’s identity was not disclosed by authorities, but law enforcement officials who asked not to be named said he was Devin Patrick Kelley, described as a white, 26-year-old man, the New York Times and other media reported.

“We don’t think he had any connection to this church,” Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt told CNN. “We have no motive.”

Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackett gives an update during a news conference at the Stockdale Community Center following a shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs that left many dead and injured in Stockdale, Texas, U.S., November 5, 2017.

Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackett gives an update during a news conference at the Stockdale Community Center following a shooting at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs that left many dead and injured in Stockdale, Texas, U.S., November 5, 2017. REUTERS/Sergio Flores

‘I HIT THE DECK’

The massacre came weeks after a sniper killed 58 people in Las Vegas. It was the deadliest attack in modern U.S. history and rekindled a years-long national debate over whether easy access to firearms was contributing to the trend of mass shootings.

In rural areas like Sutherland Springs, gun ownership is a part of life and the state’s Republican leaders for years have balked at campaigns for gun control, arguing that more firearms among responsible owners make the state safer.

Jeff Forrest, a 36-year-old military veteran who lives a block away from the church, said what sounded like high-caliber, semi-automatic gunfire triggered memories of his four combat deployments with the Marine Corps.

“I was on the porch, I heard 10 rounds go off and then my ears just started ringing,” Forrest said. “I hit the deck and I just lay there.”

To honor the victims, Trump ordered flags on all federal buildings to be flown at half staff.

In Japan during the first leg of a 12-day Asian trip, the president said preliminary reports indicated the shooter was “deranged.”

“This isn’t a guns situation, I mean we could go into it, but it’s a little bit soon to go into it,” Trump said. “But fortunately somebody else had a gun that was shooting in the opposite direction, otherwise … it would have been much worse. But this is a mental health problem at the highest level.”

The First Baptist Church is one of two houses of worship in Sutherland Springs, which also has two gas stations and a Dollar General store.

The white-painted, one-story church features a small steeple and a single front door. On Sunday, the Lone Star flag of Texas was flying alongside the U.S. flag and a third, unidentified banner.

Inside, there is a small raised platform on which members sang worship songs to guitar music and the pastor delivered a weekly sermon, according to videos posted on YouTube. In one of the clips, a few dozen people, including young children, can be seen sitting in the wooden pews.

It was not clear how many worshipers were inside when Sunday’s shooting occurred.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA PRESENCE

Online records show a man named Devin Patrick Kelley lived in New Braunfels, Texas, about 35 miles (56 km) north of Sutherland Springs.

The U.S. Air Force said Kelley served in its Logistics Readiness unit at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico from 2010 until his discharge in 2014.

Kelley was court-martialed in 2012 on charges of assaulting his wife and child, and given a bad-conduct discharge, confinement for 12 months and a reduction in rank, Air Force spokeswoman Ann Stefanek said.

Kelley’s Facebook page has been deleted, but cached photos show a profile picture where he appeared with two small children. He also posted a photo of what appeared to be an assault rifle, writing a post that read: “She’s a bad bitch.”

Sunday’s shooting occurred on the eighth anniversary of the Nov. 5, 2009, massacre of 13 people at the Fort Hood Army base in central Texas. A U.S. Army Medical Corps psychiatrist convicted of the killings is awaiting execution.

In 2015, a white gunman killed nine black parishioners at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. The gunman was sentenced to death for the racially motivated attack.

In September, a gunman killed a woman in the parking lot of a Tennessee church and wounded six worshipers inside.

 

(Additional reporting by Bernie Woodall in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Jon Herskovitz in Austin, Texas, Phil Stewart in Washington, and Alex Dobuzinskis in Los Angeles; writing by Frank McGurty; editing by Mark Heinrich)

 

Church Shooting in Texas kills 26, injures 20, Victims from age 5 to 72, suspect is dead

FBI officials arrive at the site of a mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, U.S., November 5, 2017, in this picture obtained via social media

By Kami Klein

On this quiet Autumn morning in Sutherland Springs, Texas, worshipers at the First Baptist Church,  whose members spanned generations, were gathered together for their Sunday morning worship service. This is the kind of church that many were raised in and then brought up their own children, the kind of church where everyone was family.  At approximately, 11:30 am  a young man in his twenties burst through the doors and immediately began firing indiscriminately.  After pausing to reload, the gunman continued to spray the church hitting men, women and children as they frantically tried to escape.  The evil continued leaving 26 dead and at least 20 wounded.  The victims ranging in age from 5 to 72.  Because of the seriousness of  the injuries, the sheriff’s office has said that the death toll could rise.   Some of the church members did escape although that amount has not yet been released. Witnesses are currently being questioned.

Police were notified by a phone call when the suspect had exited his vehicle at a gas station close to the church wearing all black tactical clothing gear and a ballistic vest.  The suspect began shooting at the church before entering and continued to fire.  Bullets flew as he exited the building where a neighbor engaged in gunfire with the shooter.  A car chase ensued,  ending in a crash where the death of the suspect was confirmed.  It is not known if the shooter committed suicide or was injured by the shoot out in front of the church.

The name of the suspect has not yet been released while federal, state and local authorities sift through the crime scenes.

The devastated community of Sutherland Springs located 40 miles Southeast of San Antonio  with a little more than 800 residents and surrounding small Texas towns, rushed to gather at the community center just down the street from this horrible attack.  These people are neighbors, family, friends and coworkers.  Other area churches emptied and prayer vigils began in an attempt to give some peace and comfort for those suffering from the shock and pain of this tragedy.  Answers have come slowly and has been agony for those waiting.

More information will be released after next of kin of those killed have been informed and allow family members to arrange to travel to San Antonio  to those that are injured.  The Texas police, Governor Abbott and the Federal authorities ask that the media respect all of those involved while they continue to search for answers.

 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA! The Celebration continues at Morningside! Join us Live!!

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By Kami Klein

Today is the Birthday of the United States of America, a country founded on a firm faith in God.  This is a nation born for freedom!  We have been through war and strife, times that would test anywhere in the world, but with our God nothing is impossible! His continuing hand of blessing upon this country can and will give us strength.  Morningside is celebrating and giving thanks all week long for our 4th of July events!  

On Tuesday afternoon please join us live as we picnic on Grace street where we will be listening to the wonderful  Lindley Creek Bluegrass Band at approximately 3:00 pm, CST.  Later, beginning at 7:00 CST, the evening festivities begin with worship led by the talented James Huey, followed by a very special service with Cindy and Mike Jacobs.  A spectacular fireworks display will begin at 9 pm CST   with all of the Morningside family!  If you are in the neighborhood, we would LOVE to have you there with us!

All of this will be Live on Demand on The Jim Bakker Show website, PTL Television Network website, Roku and Apple TV!  Be sure to check our schedule for more inspirational and educational events for the remainder of this week ending on Saturday night, July, 8th!  

God Bless you on this 4th of July Holiday!  We hope you are spending it with your loved ones.  Please join us as we continue to pray for this amazing nation and for the leadership of this country!  

 

We love you!

 

Spectacular 4th of July Week Begins Saturday at Morningside! Catch many events Live!

Fireworks at Morningside

By Kami Klein

Morningside is ready for our 4th of July Celebration!  Not only are we honoring our country, but we are also joyfully observing Pastor Jim Bakker’s 56 years of ministry! Beginning this Saturday, July 1st, we welcome you to a wonderful week of fascinating and informational preparedness and survival seminars, fantastic guest speakers, a partner’s picnic, a spectacular fireworks display on the 4th, uplifting worship, and so much more !

We hope you are able to make plans to be here with us, but for those who are unable to join us in person, we have great news!  All of our seminars, gospel concerts and worship services will be live streamed for YOU! Our show tapings will not be shown live but you can catch all of our amazing seminar broadcasts as well as worship every night with us on Grace Street! You won’t want to miss a moment!

You can view Live Streaming of these events on The Jim Bakker Show website, the PTL Television Network Website,  or on Roku and Apple TV, just look for the PTL Television Network!  

Don’t forget to check out the entire schedule for this truly inspirational week!

Happy 4th of July from all of us at Morningside!   

Countdown to Independence Day Here at Morningside!

By Kami Klein

Morningside is hard at work creating a Celebration week filled with family, faith, fellowship, and FIREWORKS!  We want to celebrate our great nation in a big way, learning from anointed prophets and teachers, praising God and spending joyful time together!  Begin your mornings with communion and prayer led by Pastor Joe Campbell and end every exciting day with worship, joyful, moving musical performances by James Huey, Tammy Sue Bakker, the PTL Band and singers and truly inspired speakers including Hubie Synn and Bobby Conner to lift your spirits!

We hope you have made plans to join us here for our 4th of July week beginning on Saturday, July 1st and ending the following Saturday, July 8th!  Don’t miss the educational and exciting seminars that will be held each day, hosted by experts such as Ray Gano, John Shorey, Security expert Darren Parker, Bill Whaley, Frank Davis, Michelle Bacarella, Dr. Sherrill Sellman and Chris Fortner.  There will be valuable seminar giveaways every morning too!

Watch a live taping of The Jim Bakker Show on Tuesday the 4th, Wednesday the 5th and Friday the 7th with amazing guests like Cindy and Mike Jacobs, Pat and Karen Schatzline,Tom Horn, Donna Howell, , Jennifer Leclaire Derek Gilbert and more!

And please don’t forget our Partners Picnic that will be held in Peaceful Valley on the 4th of July!  Jim and Lori Bakker will be there for a meet and greet and look forward to sharing this patriotic family time with you!  That night after worship stay with us here at Morningside for an incredible fireworks display!

God Bless America!  And God bless all of our friends to Morningside!

Hope to see you!

 

4th of July Celebration At Morningside!

By Kami Klein

Morningside is ready to light up the skies and celebrate the birth of our country with an entire week of events beginning on Saturday, July 1st until Saturday, July 8th!  With fascinating and informational Preparedness and Survival seminars, fantastic guest speakers, a partner’s picnic on the 4th, a spectacular fireworks display, joyful worship, and so much more, this week promises to be something wonderful for all ages!  

Please join us as we welcome John Shorey, who will be teaching survival classes all week as well as Bill “The Junk Man” Whaley, preparedness expert Dr. Paul Williams, and security expert, Darren Parker. We also have special guests, Mike and Cindy Jacobs, Pat and Karen Schatzline, Tom Horn, Jennifer LeClaire, Donna Howell and Derek Gilbert for live tapings on The Jim Bakker Show as well as other prophetic and knowledgeable speakers who will be making appearances.  We then invite you to come worship with us every night for our evening services led by the remarkable James Huey! Join James as he welcomes amazing speakers such as Bobby Conner and Hubie Synn!  

 

We hope that you will join us as we honor this great country with fun, food, fireworks and fellowship at Morningside! Check out our 4th of July festivities here!