It is in the unrivaled name of our precious Savior and Lord that I greet you through this brief letter. I pray that the blessings of heaven are continuously overtaking you, and that it is well with your souls. Our God is truly awesome, and we must never tire of lifting up His holy name. The Lord is great and greatly to be praised!
I would like to take this opportunity to personally invite you to come and share with us at the Temple of Glory as we observe Holy Convocation for the year 2011. Our theme this year is, “Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire.” We are praying and believing God for healings, deliverance, and souls being saved and encouraged. If ever there was a time when our community needs to galvanize and worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness that time is now. I humbly ask for your prayers and participation as we lift our city and the surrounding region before the Lord. Fast and pray with us! Come out and let’s just praise Him!
Holy Convocation begins Tuesday evening, October 11th, 2011 at 7:00. Our first presenter will be Bishop Eric D. Garnes, Tabernacle of Praise Cathedral of Brooklyn, NY; on Wednesday evening, Savannah’s own, Pastor Paul A. Shepherd of the Thankful Missionary Baptist Church will deliver the Word; Thursday night will feature Pastor E. Dewey Smith, Jr.– Greater Travelers Rest Baptist Church-of Atlanta, GA;, and then on Friday night, Bishop Willie J. McCalla, International Evangelistic leader of the Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship and pastor of St. Galilee Baptist Church, Sparta, GA will serve as the messenger of the evening. Sunday morning, Oct 16th, at 8:00 a.m., Pastor Charles P. Roberson, Kingdom Life Christian Fellowship will bring the early morning message. Then at 11:00 a,m,, yours truly will close out the season with the climatic homily.
I want to thank you in advance for your prayers and support. But please know that this worship event is being orchestrated by the Holy Spirit and it is for you Savannah. Come and experience the Fresh Wind and Fresh Fire that God has in store for every sincere worshipper who comes with their mind stayed on Jesus. I pray that we will gather together just to call on the name of Jesus! There’s a blessing in it for you!
Bishop Matthew Odum, Senior Pastor- The Temple Nation