Thousands of people attended the National Missionary Convention in Lexington, KY, last week. In addition to workshops, worship services, and exhibits, the NMC featured several special events: the launch of Restoration Revolution, a concert of prayer surrounding the convention center on Thursday morning, and the “Million Meal Feast,” an effort among Lexington-area churches to prepare 1 million meals to send to Haiti and North Korea.
THROWBACK THURSDAY: Excerpts from 3 Essays About Pentecost
“It is my conviction that the day of Pentecost is the focal point in the history of the world,” Wm. E. Sweeney wrote in 1929, “. . . that all the lines of history before that time converge to that great day, and that all the lines of history since that time have diverged.” . . .