A 40 Day Walk With God starts tomorrow morning!

1.jpgBeginning tomorrow morning the Memphis and Tennessee Conferences will embark on a 40-day journey together with God and through prayer. As we prepare for this upcoming Annual Conference season (Memphis – June 2-5, Tennessee – June 10-12), consider walking with us!

“We will join hands and hearts across Conferences as we enter into a 40-day season of intentional prayer together and with God. I believe this call to prayer will change your life and our churches as we prepare for Annual Conference.” – Bishop Bill McAlilly

There are several options for participation during the 40 Day Walk…

  • Physical prayer guides: there might still be a few of these floating around, contact your District offices for info (Memphis | TNUMC)
  • Digital prayer guides: DOWNLOAD (.PDF) for printing or for reading on your computer
  • 40 Days of Doodles for kids! CLICK HERE to download (.PDF)
  • Subscribe to the Bishop’s Blog: by subscribing with your email, you receive automatic updates to your inbox – each daily devotion will release at 6:00 am cst every morning between Apr. 24-Jun. 2. Enter your email address in the box on the upper right-hand side of the HOME page
  • Follow the Bishop’s Blog daily: just log on to www.BishopBillMcAlilly.com every day to read the daily devotions from the 40 Day Walk With God prayer guide – each daily devotion will release at 6:00 am cst every morning between Apr. 24-Jun. 2

You can also get links from our social media presence on Facebook and Twitter:
> Memphis: Facebook | Twitter (@UM_Memphis Conf)
> Tennessee: Facebook | Twitter (@tnumc)

Use hashtag #40daywalk when sharing and tweeting through Twitter – let’s let the world know that the Memphis and Tennessee Conference’s are in a season of prayer and encourage our brothers and sisters across the connection to join us!


2 Comments on “A 40 Day Walk With God starts tomorrow morning!”

  1. sammiewalker says:

    Thank you for calling UM to 40 days of Prayer prior to the conferences. I applaud you for your emphasis on Prayer because I believe it does “change things.”