C3 – Revisited

Posted on February 23, 2009

C3 - What a phenomenal conference! The past several days have seen one of, if not the greatest movement of God in the history of Fellowship Church.

Men and women of faith from all over the world converged on our Grapevine campus for three days of preaching and teaching from some of the world's greatest communicators and leaders. And it all culminated Friday night with a moving altar call from Bishop T.D. Jakes. 

As he prayed that night, hundreds of people flooded the altar, repenting and crying, praying and praising. And at our Miami campus, over 40 came down front to confess their need for Christ! We had so many people show up Friday night that we filled the auditorium, the lobby and three overflow rooms. (Arena next year? It's a thought.)

C3 was unlike any conference I've ever been a part of. And one of the keys was Diversity. Diversity. Diversity. We had people from every background; from Pentecostals to Baptists, Bible church goers to the non-denominationalists. Barriers were broken and walls were torn down as the Body of Christ came together as one.

And most importantly, C3 was a conference about impartation more than it was information. It was about the living, breathing Trinity – the Father, Son and Holy Spirit – coming live and in technicolor for so many people to see.
If you missed it, I encourage you to order the DVDs here. Because what you will see and hear will transform not only your life today, but for years to come!

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