RESCHEDULED FOR THIS SUNDAY 10/25: PraySA Event at historic San Pedro Springs

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October 21, 2020 By Duke Jonietz

Rescheduled for this Sunday 10/25

The PraySA event that was scheduled for October 3rd, has now been rescheduled for this coming Sunday, October 25th from 3pm to 6pm. These changes have been incorporated into this article.

After hosting two city-wide prayer events with a combined attendance of 200,000 (in person and online), the leadership of PraySA is hosting Simply Jesus-First Love” on Sunday, October 25, 2020 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

The first two PraySA events focused on repentance and healing. No revival has ever taken place without the two. Brokenness and desperation are the companions of repentance. The challenges brought on by the occurrences of 2020, surfaced these into the hearts and minds of our city’s people. As thousands gathered, authentic confession and repentance were the highlight of both events. 

The leadership of PraySA is made up of multiple local churches and ministry leaders, who have united to cry out to God on behalf of our city and nation. You can watch our interview conducted after the first two historic events took place with Tammy Watts HERE.

Asking God to move will be the focus of their third event. The organization’s website states, Together, with repentant hearts, we will pray and ask Jesus to move on our city and our nation.”

In addition, the event will take place at San Pedro Springs Park, a historic location that dates back to the founding of San Antonio. Historians agree that San Antonios earliest permanent settlement, a presidio and mission, was founded in 1718 near San Pedro Springs.

The last great revival and awakening in 1925 saw thousands in our city gather at that exact spot to hear the Gospel, confess their sins, receive Jesus and be baptized.

 Based on the scripture from Joel 2:12: “Return to Me with all your heart”, the PraySA.org website states, “God promises that when we humble ourselves and seek Him in prayer, we will find Him. He will heal and refresh our land. That is His promise, now more than ever is the time to seek the face of God; to cry out for our families, our neighbors, our city, our country, and our world.”

Lets join together this Sunday, October 25th in the power of the Holy Spirit, with one voice to pray, wait, listen, and respond to God. You can attend the event in person or online.

In compliance with city guidelines for the reopening of public parks, in person attendance will be limited. Therefore, we highly encourage participation via live-stream. Registration is required for the in-person event.

 

For more info, visit praysa.org.

 

The last great revival and awakening baptism in San Antonio 1925

 

Written by

Duke Jonietz

Duke Jonietz, Co-Publisher of The Beacon, has spent over 25 years in ministry focused on city transformation. He and his wife Debbie have been married 35 years and have two grown sons, Joshua and Jacob, that are following Jesus.


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