A CALL TO PRAYER FROM LRC EXCOM

We, the duly elected body of the Executive Committee of the Lake Region Conference, call the constituents of this august conference to join us for the next few days in earnest prayer as we prepare to elect a president to serve out the remainder of the 2018-2022 term.
We suggest using the regularly scheduled prayer times of Wednesday, September 15th, Sabbath Services on Saturday, September 18th, and all other times in-between to intercede on behalf of the Executive Committee along with the 2018 Nominating Committee members who’ll be meeting this Sunday, September 19th, at noon eastern to elect a president.
 
Our newly elected Lake Union President, Elder Ken Denslow, will chair the meeting. According to our constitution and bylaws, after the constituent church votes more than 80% that a special session is not needed, the Lake Union President will call a meeting. This meeting should occur within 90 days of the presidential vacancy of the above committees to elect a president to serve until the next duly called quadrennial session.
 
Thank you for answering the call to prayer. Let us trust in the Lord with all our heart and lean not to our understanding, in all our ways acknowledge Him, and He will not fail to direct our path.
Proverbs 3:5-6.

3 Responses to “A CALL TO PRAYER FROM LRC EXCOM”

  1. Marybelle Chandler says:

    Prayers

  2. Michael Mccullough says:

    Please remember the family of your Executive Committee members Shelly White who passed Saturday night. Shelly was the 1st Elder of the Morgan Park SDA Church and a long time member. She will be greatly missed.

  3. Elder Arthur Webb says:

    “A Unified Call for Prayer,” is a necessity and welcomed indeed. As a member of the “Constitution and By-Laws Committee,” our fellow constituents should be assured that we have high regard for the task and responsibility you have so designated us to discharge. We have been praying relentlessly and “without ceasing,” for several months. The call “United call for prayer,” joins the “Our United Cry,” of the Lake Union, of which we are part of and we remain united in prayer.

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