MARCH 2017 LUNCHEON






March 9th, 2017
 
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Date Correction!
Our previous newsletter announcing the date of our  March Network Luncheon was incorrect.  

The correct date is 
Thursday, March 9th.

NEMA luncheons are always held on the 2nd. Thursday of the month.
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 The Lord's Glory Church pic                 HAAM

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MA’s March monthly networking luncheon will be held on Thursday, March 9th at 11:30 a.m. 
Our hosts for the luncheon will be Pastor Tom Battle and HAAM (Humble Area Assistance Ministries.)
The Lord’s Glory Church has been a network partner since NEMA’s inception and serves the greater Humble area. Pastor Tom is also a charter member of the NEMA Council.

 

HAAM (Humble Area Assistance Ministry) is also a member of the NEMA network. HAAM is Humble’s most effective ‘helps’ ministry to people facing crisis. At that time, sixteen Church congregations and business organizations came together to provide a comprehensive social service agency that would be the safety net for Humble ISD and East Montgomery County regions.

NEMA NETWORK IS HONORED TO BE CONNECTED TO HAAM’S NETWORK  
  [HAAM offers a group price to all our NEMA partners who use their services.]   

The luncheon offers a time of networking beginning at 11:30 a.m. Don’t forget to bring plenty of business cards and brochures if you desire to share them with fellow leaders. Hand them out or place them on each table. 

Lunch will be served at 12:00 noon and the meeting will conclude very close to 1:00 pm.

NEMA Network luncheons are committed to provide an  ambiance which allows Christian ministers, and market-place businessmen/business women to develop lasting 

relationships with those of like faith and vision.   
 

                                 PARTICULARS  

When:  Thursday, March 9th 11:30 a.m.

Hosts:  The Lord’s Glory Church and HAAM

Where: The Lord’s Glory Church

Who: 
 
Christian pastors, ministry leaders, christian

           businessmen/women

Cost:   Free
 Location

We are located at 461 Artesian Plaza Drive in Humble. Take 1960 Exit off of Highway 59. Go east on First Street, also known as FM 1960 Business. Go through three traffic lights. Past the Post Office on the right. Take a left on Artesian  Plaza Drive. The church is on the left. 

 

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What is NEMA Extended ?

Throughout the year your NEMA Council invites various civic and coalition leaders to speak at our ‘NEMA Extended Luncheons’. 
We recently invited the Humble Cheif of Police and the new Principle of Humble High School.  
Our Luncheon guests are City leaders, State governmental leaders and organizational leaders which will give us important civic historical or political insights about our community/region.
NEMA EXTENDED luncheons also gives us prayer targets concerning these individuals and their various responsibilities.

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Brothels Closed, Women Reached and Consumers Saved! 

Last week we had the privilege of partnering with Exodus Cry, Rebecca Bender Initiative, Rescue Houston, A 2nd Cup, and many other abolitionists from across the nation who came together to push back against the flood of perversion in Houston.  
We are vigorously sorting through the mounds of testimonials and reports that came back from the 
180 intervention teams and various other special ops teams.  We will be sending out a summary report shortly, but until then here are some highlights! 

 

 


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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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