What was it that compelled our Savior to leave a place where He was adored by heavenly hosts–a place of unceasing worship as they cried out, “Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord of Hosts!”–to a cold and bitter world that mocked, spat, and crucified the one who made their very hands?
Join us from Feb 26–March 1 at 7 pm for our week of prayer where to seek to unpack the character of our God who “was” and “is” willing to do whatever it takes to “Reconnect” a lost world back to Himself.
The Program Begins in:
Monday, February 26 - 7PM
In every big decision of life, one must “count the cost.” We’ll be taking a look at “the cost” of reconnection–what did Jesus leave in order to reconnect us with the Father?
Tuesday, February 27 - 7PM
The big question of reconnection is, “Why do we need to be reconnected?” We’ll be taking a look at the gulf that sin had made between man and God.
Wednesday, February 28 - 7PM
Did you know that it took Jesus three times to follow through with His decision for the cross? We’ll be taking a look at the commitment of Jesus to reconnect us back to the father.
Meet Our Presenter
Jonathan Min was born in California, raised in Georgia, but now resides in the state of Michigan.
As a young teen growing up in a single-parent home, he struggled with feelings of emptiness and struggled to find meaning in life. However, all along the way, God was speaking to his heart. This call for a more purposeful life was found at Hartland College, where he double majored in Media & Theology.
Since giving his life to the Lord, he has taken part in literature evangelism programs and mission trips and is now serving in the University SDA Church.