Hello precious people of God who has been a part of and/or are supportive of the efforts of Project STL, greetting in the name of the name of the Lord. Once again it's time to put the grinders on for Jesus, as you all know souls are our primary focus and with that being said, Dr. Martin Luther King's Day is Monday, January 16th 2012. Our plans are to meet at the Dream Center as we did last year, the time is 10:30 A.M. and we will leave the Center promptly at 11:00 A.M. and we will do the same route as last year. We will go Newstead to Lee Ave. and right on Newstead to Turner Ave. Making stops on the corners of Kossuth & Newstead and share with the people, we'll proceed on to Lee , make a right and stop at 4366 Lee Ave. share there and the last sop before returning to the Center will be on ...the corners of Lee and Turner Ave. We're asking as many as can to join us for this event. As you all know Ron is still recovering and will not be able to attend, nevertheless the ministry will continue to stay focused, and magnify God to the fullest, work in the kingdom while it is day, for when night comes no man can work. Our purpose and our goals are to snatch as many souls as possible out of the hand of the enemy and introduce them into the Kingdom of God, to love and nuture them until they come into the knowledge of Him who died that they might be free. Amen!!!
Love you all, Ruby (mama Haynes). Please feel free to contact me, Judy,Jason, DJG, or David Bell.
PASTOR HAYNES speaks at last year's MLK MARCH. Support by Sharing.
Pastors and Bishops will speak at each of four stops, gospel rap artists will minister, participants will pray for anyone who wants prayer, and we will march from the St Louis Dream Center to Lee and around to proclaim the good news that the real dream is for all to be freed from the bondage of sin and into your calling that Chris...t Jesus has on your life! JOIN US at 10:30AM as we continue to walk out the mission of Project STL, Project Saving the Lou. We also continue to pray for the full recovery of founder of Project STL, Pastor Ron Haynes, who is currently still in rehabilitation.