We are living in a turbulent time in history, but the good news is that Jesus Christ, God coming to each of us in our need is still the best and only lasting hope in this world. God is still in control and there is still a light. If you are looking for hope this Christmas, join Carter Conlon for this radio special ‘Twas the Night Before Crisis.
“I remember people coming into the church rolling their sleeves up, saying, ‘Pastor, tell us what to do, we’re ready to work.’ They weren’t terrified because we had been warned. We were ready for people coming down the streets who were terrified, who were stranded in Manhattan and couldn’t get out of the city. We gave people food and shelter. But most importantly, we had a word for them, spiritual comfort that so many people were needing.”—Pastor Carter Conlon
Situated in the heart of Manhattan, Times Square Church has a history of outreach to New York City. Founded by David Wilkerson in response to weeping over what he saw in Times Square in 1986, the church has ministered to the poor, the hungry, the destitute, the addicted from the theater district to Wall Street and far beyond the borders of New York City. Remarkably, in the weeks preceding 9/11, in response to the moving of the Holy Spirit, all activities and outreaches at Times Square Church were stilled as God called the people to pray for New York City. Little did those immersed in prayer over those weeks imagine what God was actually preparing them to do to serve their city.
Listen to the re-telling of God’s extraordinary work in and through the lives of those in the thick of the events of 9/11. The reflections are anchored by Pastor Carter Conlon’s reminder of what God’s Word says about such days, to encourage us, that just as Times Square Church was ready, so ought we to be ready to respond to whatever God calls us to do.
Thank you for joining us for Carter Conlon’s 2023 National Day of Prayer Special: What If I Am The Mountain
In this special, Carter examines the littleness of our own heart, and how it can sometimes be the mountain that wants to swallow us; how our own heart can keep us from believing that we really can amount to something that can bring glory to God.
He reminds us that God can STILL use your life in a spectacular and dramatic way!
“I encourage you to listen to this program, and believe it will bring a great deal of understanding to your life in this particular season”
This is a timely message and wonderful reminder, be sure to listen and share with a friend!
Thank you for joining us for Carter Conlon’s 2023 Easter Special If You Are Risen With Christ. In this special, Carter encourages us that If we be risen with Christ, to seek those things which are ABOVE — where Christ sits at the right hand of God.
In Other words, Christ is higher than your inability, higher than your depression, higher than your self-image, higher than the limitations that you or others have put upon your life.
This is a timely message and a wonderful reminder, be sure to listen and share with a friend!
I believe that the Lord has spoken something significant to my heart for the year 2023.
We’re at a crisis moment in the history of this nation and darkness seems to have descended upon the nation as pallor, it’s like a spell. But I believe that 2023 will be the year that the spell breaks.
Let’s have faith to see and believe for a moment of mercy for this nation.
Join Carter Conlon for a look back at what the first Christmas might have looked and sounded like in his 2022 Christmas special Twas The Night Before Christmas.You know there’s a poem I like to quote once in a while: Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house not a creature was stirring.. But it was not so on the first Christmas night, it wasn’t silent and it wasn’t calm. You can just imagine the people sitting and reading the scriptures thinking “where is God in all of this” then you had the zealots plotting the overthrow of the dominant culture of the day which was Rome, voices, voices, voices everywhere. It would be everything but silent.Perhaps you can identify with the amount of noise and unrest there must have been? But in the midst of all this, Carter reminds us that we can choose to place our trust in God. There can be peace, there can be calm.