Coming up on Tuesday, June 14th, Daystar Television Network will be exclusively airing the 2016 Southern Baptist Convention’s National Call to Prayer live from America’s Center in St. Louis, Missouri.
Annual event, the Southern Baptist Convention’s National Call to Prayer is a special time dedicated to praying for the next great awakening and reaching the world for Christ. This year’s event will also feature an encouraging message from Southern Baptist Convention President Ronnie Floyd.
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About Ronnie Floyd
Ronnie Floyd has been a pastor for over 38 years. His experience, wisdom, and passion for God make him a powerful proclaimer of God’s Word. He teaches principles from the Bible that encourages and uplifts thousands of people all over the world via TV, the Internet, podcasts, radio, speaking engagements, and books.
Since 1986, Pastor Floyd has served as the Senior Pastor of Cross Church, Northwest Arkansas. In June 2014, Dr. Floyd was elected President of the Southern Baptist Convention following his nomination by R. Albert Mohler Jr., President of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. In June 2015, Dr. Floyd was nominated and elected to a second term as President of the Southern Baptist Convention. His second nomination was put forth by J.D. Greear, pastor of The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina.
Dr. Floyd’s ministry as a local church pastor has been one of commitment to evangelism, discipleship, and the advancement of the Gospel to America and around the world. In Dr. Floyd’s 28 years of ministry in Northwest Arkansas, the church has baptized over 17,000 persons. In 2001, First Baptist Church of Springdale became a multi-campus ministry with the beginning of The Church at Pinnacle Hills. In 2010, the church changed its name to Cross Church, and in 2011, the church further expanded its ministry with the beginning of a campus in the city of Fayetteville. Thousands gather in multiple worship venues weekly. While meeting at various local sites and five campuses, the church is committed to planting churches regionally, nationally, and internationally.
To learn more about Ronnie Floyd, visit www.ronniefloyd.com.