Jay Lowder, founder of Jay Lowder Harvest Ministries, is heading to Belfast this weekend to minister for the very first time at the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Belfast. It’s not his first time in Northern Ireland, however, having already completed a successful series of gospel meetings in Lurgan, Co Armagh, last year.
The well-known American evangelist will be speaking at both morning and evening services this coming Sunday and is sure of a warm welcome before his return trip in late September when he will also be ministering during a province-wide mission lasting no fewer than eight nights at the Tabernacle.
A dynamic communicator, he speaks with passion and power and reaches people from every background. Jay has been featured on at least 15 major networks, including the discovery channel, ABC, Fox, ABC Family, and TBN. In addition he has many national radio shows to his credit. He has also been profiled in countless newspaper and magazine articles.
Despite being brought up in a Christian environment (both his parents were believers) Jay rebelled and sought happiness and peace in the world’s destructive vices; he even considered committing suicide at one point until God got hold of him and transformed his life. Jay will be preaching at the Lord’s Day morning service which begins at 11am and later at the great evangelistic rally service starting at 6.45pm. Everyone is welcome.
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Pastor McConnell reports that no fewer than 600 people came to Christ during his whistle-stop tour of America recently.
The pastor was in the States fulfilling a long standing preaching engagement for his friend and fellow pastor, Bayless Conley, from Cottonwood Church in California and says he had a very fruitful time in terms of the amount of souls saved.
Despite initial traffic congestion which threatened to ruin this year’s Balmoral Show, over 16,000 bags were handed out at the new venue of the Maze.
The opening day of the show proved to be so popular many drivers were stuck in their cars unable to reach the Maze site as quickly as they might have anticipated, but things soon settled down and thousands made it to the famous agricultural event.
Pastor McConnell this week releases another book entitled “McConnellisms”.
It follows “Light on a Hill” and “The Seer’s House”, both published prior to the New Millennium and “Light on the Shore” published in 2004 which was followed by the book “Is there another one” written by Lorraine Wylie in 2007.