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February, 2016


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  1. February Luncheon Host
  2. Area Churches Host Evangelistic Meeting
  3. HAPC
  4. Somebody Cares Coming Events
  5. Choose You This Day Concert
  6. Greater Houston Prayer Summit
  7. Living Proof Convention
  8. Azusa


Frank and Leah Mazzapica 

NEMA’s monthly networking luncheon will be held on Thursday, February 11th at 11:30 a.m. Our hosts for the luncheon will be Frank and Leah Mazzapica, pastors of New Covenant Church. This outstanding church has been a member of the NEMA network for many years.    
The luncheon begins with a time of networking. Please bring plenty of business cards. If you have material that you would like to share with fellow leaders, please bring it. Food will be served at 12 noon and we will conclude at 1 o’clock.  

NEMA Network luncheons are committed to the principle of affording an opportunity for Christian ministers, missionaries, ministry leaders, and businessmen to build relationships with those of like faith and vision.   

                        February Network Luncheon 

When:  Thursday, February 11th.,11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Hosts:  Frank and Leah Massapica, New Covenant Church
Where: New Covenant Church, 901 Wilson Road, 77338 
              281 312-0139


Area Churches To Host Evangelist Bisonni

January 26th,  ”Lets Pray Houston” event with Houston Police Department
Houston Police Officers Union 
6:00 am to approx 2:00 pm.  Pastors, ministers and lay citizens are urged to come and pray with and for police officers. 
While at the HPOU Building we will have and solicit more prayer intercessors to pray inside and outside with officers as well as citizens coming by like our first P4P event.  (Part of the push this time is to have officers praying openly with/for citizens, reciprocating what the citizens did for us a few months ago)
12:00 Noon – 12:30 pm there is a planned march over to City Hall 
When we get to City Hall the plan is we will join with the Mayor, City Council, Sheriff, DA Anderson, along with other Department Heads, including constables, Metro, City Works, Fire Department, and of course as many of our City’s Clergy that will come.  
Barry Curtis
Sr. Police Officer
Houston Police Department
Clergy Liaison Unit/ Public Affairs
713-308-3241  Office
713-308-3270  Fax
713-775-1857  Cell

God is moving throughout the city of Houston by stirring up His church in prayer! Join us as we seek God through prayer for our city and nation!

Day of Prayer for the Houston Police

Tuesday January 26th

6:00am – 12:00pm at the Houston Police Union  
1600 State Street
12:00 – 2:00pm Prayer walk to City Hall for a time of public prayer with  and for city leaders.
Broadcast by KSBJ

For more information contact 
Sigrid Worden sigword1@gmail.com
Come and pray for and over the Police who protect and serve our city. 


I Pray on Campus
February 6th
10:00am – 2:00pm
Calvary Community Church
7550 Cherry Park Dr Houston


Shalom’s ‘Choose You This Day Concert’

Our Concert will be held on Good Friday,n March 25, 2016. Help us make it a very good Friday bb being a part of our live DVD recording.
Bring your unsaved friends.
In addition to Shalom Praise Band’s excellent music, you will hear band leader Will Lemuel give his testimony about how he was instantly delivered from cocaine. We are praying for many salvations. Tickets are available for $14 online at  www.shalompraiseband.com
Concert Venue:
The Nathaniel Center
804 Russell Palmer Road
Kingwood, Texas 77339
This event is provided by Shalom Hebraic Christian Congregation
with the help of a grant from The Nathaniel Foundation.
The live performance will be professionally recorded during the concert.



Houston Prayer Summit
Greater Houston Pastor Prayer Summit
February 22-23
For more information or to register, please visit: www.houstonprayersummit.org


Living Proof World Convention

Living Proof World Convention
With Todd White, Lou Engle, Mario Murillo
March 3-4-5
New Life Church
10800 Hammerly Blvd, Houston
Free but you must register at: mariomurillo.org

Azusa Now 
April 9, 2016 marks the 110th anniversary of the Azusa Street Outpouring. Houston is part of this story!  Consider joining a delegation from Houston as we travel to Los Angeles to pray, join our voice in repentance,  and ask for our inheritance from Houston.  If you are interested in more information, please contact Jeff McGee or Rick Torrson  at office of Somebody Cares, Houston, TX.





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Northeast Ministerial Alliance

NEMA is a network of pastors, ministry leaders and Christian businessmen from diversified backgrounds. NEMA was birthed in 1991 when a group of spiritual leaders from the greater Humble, Texas area came together to share a meal and get acquainted.  The pastor of the host church extended an invitation to everyone to meet again the next month.  All gave a unanimous shout of approval.  It was during the second gathering that nine pastors and ministry leaders requested to host the next monthly meeting. Everyone stated that they would bring another person to the coming nine-month’s gatherings.  Those attending the initial meetings in 1991 never dreamed that these network lunches and prayer meetings would continue for these many years.  God’s favor has rested upon these gatherings. The results of this favor are many.

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