08/06 | Pine Bluff, AR
11th Annual Prayer


Contact:  Apostle St. Mary Harris | House of Bread Deliverance Church | Pine Bluff, AR

870.872.2196 | www.houseofbreadark.org  | email: houseofbread0894@sbcglobal.net

July 26, 2022 PINE BLUFF, AR— Year 11, (eleven) for the Annual Pine Bluff Prayer Rally marks the beginning of the next decade of prayer for Pine Bluff. The work of prayer and the foundation for prayer has been established and the focus for 2022 is ‘Defeating the Violence.’ The 11th Annual Pine Bluff Prayer Rally is set for August 6, at 6am on the steps of the Civic Center.

Because no other force, strategy from agencies of government, education, community, etc., can defeat violence, the prayer rally emphasizes that there is but one power, the power of God and His Word is the only way to defeat and exterminate the violence that has crept into the city of Pine Bluff and it is why Pine
Bluff Prayer Rally #11, in 2022 will bring about a double infusion of effectual fervent prayer.

“The Word of God is clear in so many ways… righteousness exalts the nation, but sin is a reproach to any and all people… If my people who are called by my name would humble themselves and pray, seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, forgive their sins and heal their land.

When the pandemic of the virus showed up, we did not know what to do. But we did something. Now with the clear acknowledgement of the ‘pandemic of the violence’ we may not have known what to do in full command, but we now are clear. Prayer and faith in the power of God is the greatest weapon, force and power to defeat the violence. We will not tolerate the spirit of murder in our city. We will work together from Pine Bluff and beyond with leaders and agencies who see prayer as the master key to this resolve.” stated founder, organizer and spiritual overseer for the Prayer Rally, Apostle Saint Mary Harris.

The theme, DEFEATING THE VIOLENCE was first introduced at the Arkansas State Capitol on May 5, on the National Day of Prayer with National Day of Prayer leaders and governmental leaders including Governor Asa Hutchinson. The goal for ‘Prayer Rally 11’ is that Pine Bluff during and beyond this prayer time will unite in values that are biblically based that bring a more united city. This effort supports the values documented in the constitution as our nation declares itself to be ‘one nation under God.’

Prayers of love and unity will be prayed for various spheres and influences to include: church, family, education, government as well as issues that focus on non-violence, the economy and overall betterment for the citizens in Pine Bluff and Jefferson County.

Joint-vision prayer ministries and leaders who are helping to bring this forward include our speaker, Minister Teresa Hogan of Fort Smith, Arkansas, Rev. Arthur L. Hunt, Jr., National Day of Prayer State Arkansas Director, and others.

The vision of the Prayer Rally continues each day at the Pine Bluff Prayer Center located at 1501 West 2 nd Avenue with daily prayer at 9am and 12noon, Monday—Saturday and other prayer opportunities throughout the week. For information on how to connect, donate and be a part of the ongoing prayer services contact Apostle Saint Mary Harris at 870.872.2196 or visit www.houseofbreadark.org


We Celebrate The Savior

House of Bread Deliverance Church based in Pine Bluff, Arkansas is more than a name. It’s a place where God has ordained prayer, praise and the fervent preaching and teaching of His Word from the anointed leader and pastor, Apostle Saint Mary Harris and her team and staff of devout intercessors.

So, while reading and understanding our vision is very important, we don’t want you to just read about us, we want you to come and be a part.

I’m a community pastor with the heart of the community in all that I do. We care about and minister goods (food, clothing, school supplies) and services to all persons. From those in prison, the homeless to those who own multiple homes, our vision is divinely inspired and is based wholly on the Word of God, the Holy Bible. We know that it’s a blessing to give. We trust God to bless us as we are being a blessing to the masses.

Our daily prayer services are one-hour: 9am—10am; 12noon—1pm.

Pastor, Apostle Saint Mary Harris

The next few weeks we will be adding our vision and mission outline with what’s ahead. For now, please plan to join us at our regular times and be sure to look at our Events page and plan to be fully engaged.

Apostle Saint Mary Harris

It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God.

Matthew 4:4

I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst.

John 6:35

Special Message from Pastor, Apostle Saint Mary Harris

The House of Bread Deliverance Church and the Pine Bluff Prayer Center amid all current and future crisis and storms remain open for daily prayer and outreach. Our daily prayer services are open for those who desire to come on site. We encourage everyone to come with faith and confidence that God is still answering prayers. If we see we are having attendance beyond the number associated with the medical recommendations as it relates to Coronavirus, we will adjust accordingly. Our main focus and mission to remain fervent leaders in our present day will not be compromised.

We will be streaming via our Facebook page, Mary Harris (Apostle Saint Mary) daily and especially our Sunday services.

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