December 5th, 2020 ~ Lonnie Sorrell
The Bemidji Area Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship America will be meeting on Saturday December 5th
at MT ZION CHURCH, 414 Lincoln Avenue SE beginning at 8:00 a.m. Use the entrance adjacent
to the North parking lot. Come and join in on the worship, testimonies and fellowship with the men and women for this time of refreshing in the Lord. Feel free to observe Social Distancing requirements and other recommendations.
See above for Live Stream Link
Our guest speaker will be Lonnie Sorrell from Bemidji. Lonnie grew up in Durham, NC. At age 13 he turned away from the lifestyle his parents were offering. By age 19 he was facing 15 years in prison. It was there that God made himself real and began His work of Salvation in him. He turned 21 while in Teen-Challenge and, no longer having the felony, God set him free. He went on successfully completing the Teen-Challenge Program and received certification as a Mail Room Worker and secured work in that field.
He continues; "I moved to Minnesota in 1982 to attend the North Central Bible College, where I completed 2 years of Studies of Psychology. My goal was to share the Gospel and have paying employment. I developed a Youth Prison Outreach ministry called "Time to Talk Hebrews 11:6. Following that I went through training for Prison Outreach.
As a businessman I learned and grew a lot attending Full Gospel Businessmen's meetings. As a multi-level marketer, I now head Destiny in the Works Graphics and Beatkeeperzoe Marketing. I attended John Maxwell Leadership Training to Lead and Coach with Integrity.
Last year the Lord led me to write a book entitled "Who Told you you Were Naked". I secured 3rd place in the Bemidji Ted Talks. My Subject was based on a revelation I got entitled "Racism begins and ends with the way we see ourselves in the mirror."
Come on Saturday December 5th to Mt. Zion at 8:00 a.m. for a time of fellowship with fellow Christian men and women. You will be informed, refreshed, challenged and blessed.
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