Pastor Allen Jackson, Donelson Fellowship’s Pastor Rob Morgan Join Forces to Lead people across the nation in Exercising Faith over Fear
In a unique response to the recommendations from health officials that large gatherings be cancelled, and President Trump’s call to make Sunday, March 15, a National Day of Prayer for the coronavirus pandemic, Pastor Allen Jackson of World Outreach Church, My Faith Votes and Pastor Rob Morgan of Donelson Fellowship are joining forces to lead a service called “America, Its Time to Pray.” This new National Day of Prayer emphasis follows World Outreach Church’s monthly day of prayer and fasting, held on the tenth of every month, for the state and the nation. Last October, Tennessee’s Governor Bill Lee established a Day of Prayer for Tennessee, and part of World Outreach Church’s prayer has been that every state would follow suit. Now, with the call for national prayer issued by President Trump, the church is extending an invitation for congregations across the nation to join them, along with the My Faith Votes organization, in praying for faith over fear and God’s intervention in the spread of COVID-19.
Allen Jackson is senior pastor of World Outreach Church, a congregation of 15,000 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee; he is also founder of Allen Jackson Ministries, through which his biblical messages have been broadcast nationally and internationally on multiple platforms. His latest book, “Intentional Faith” from Thomas Nelson, releases March 24.
Rob Morgan is teaching pastor at Donelson Fellowship in Nashville, Tennessee, where he has served for 38 years. He is a best-selling, gold-Illuminations, and gold-medallion winning writer with more than 35 books in print and more than 4.5 million copies in circulation in multiple languages.While researching his most recent book, “100 Bible Verses that Made America,” Pastor Morgan discovered much about the intersection of faith and our nation’s history. He will share many of these stories during his time with Pastor Jackson tomorrow.
World Outreach Church will hold a live streamed service this weekend, which will include live worship, at 10:30 a.m. CDT on Sunday, March 15 in response to the recommendations from health officials that large gatherings be cancelled, and President Trump’s call to make the day a National Day of Prayer for the coronavirus pandemic. It is this Sunday service where Pastor Jackson will not only speak on prayer but also interview Pastor Morgan, discussing specific biblical lessons that have impacted critical moments and influenced the American way of life.
Services will be accessible online at World Outreach Church Livestream Website as well as:
- Via ROKU on the World Outreach Church channel Via Apple TV on the World Outreach Church app Via phone or tablet using the World Outreach Church app (iOS or Android)
- Via the World Outreach Church Facebook page
- Via the World Outreach Church YouTube channel
- Via “My Faith Votes” which will also livestream the 10:30 a.m. service nationwide.