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Liberty Prayer Chapel to mark anniversary
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As the family of the Liberty Prayer Chapel of Hinesville prepare for their church’s 12th anniversary, they are reflecting and anticipating a great time of fellowship.
Pastor Katrina Deason and church members are gearing up to celebrate 12 years of ministry and service to the community. Members are excited to be part of this emerging ministry that has a focus of prayer and community service.  
Under Deason’s leadership, Liberty Prayer Chapel members have been faithful and have taken an active role in the community. Their theme for 2014 is, “Rehoboth 2014 — God has Made Room for Us.”  
In addition to celebrating their church’s anniversary, Liberty Prayer Chapel will launch a new gospel FM radio station— 94.9 FM WHNL Liberty Radio — at the church.
“It will be music for the heart from the heart of Hinesville,” Deason said.
At 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 29, Bishop Donald Battle of Divine Faith Ministries International of Jonesboro will be the guest speaker.
“Bishop Battle is my overseer and serves as pastor of the 8,000-plus members Jonesboro church, with services in three locations,” Deason said.
From 5-8 p.m. Aug. 30, there will be block party at the church.  
Everything is free to the public.  
“God is doing some great things in the ministry, and we are grateful,” Deason said.  
Deason, an officer of the United Ministerial Alliance of Liberty County, also has faithfully served as executive director of the Manna House for 13 years.
The main purpose of the Manna House, which is on West Memorial Drive in Hinesville, is to provide food and clothing to those in need.
“God has blessed us, and the Manna House provides a soup-kitchen meal for those in need daily during the week,” Deason said.
Deason asks those attending the anniversary services to bring a love offering and non-perishable items to benefit the Manna House.
“We are pleased to have approximately 13 churches that regularly support and provide volunteer services to the Manna House,” she said.
Deason said that as God’s hand-maiden, her greatest aspiration is to “reach the lost at any cost” and to see hurting humanity transformed by the power of God.
For more information about the anniversary services or the Manna House, call Deason at 368-7335 or 368-3660.

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