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Be100 Ministries Bringing ‘Movement’ to Mena

BY MELANIE BUCK –

Mountain View Methodist Church in Mena is inviting everyone to join the ‘movement’ and welcome Be100 Ministries this Saturday. Be100 Ministries is conference and revival ministry that began in May of 2014 and includes two pastors and a contemporary worship band of six people. They are based in Bentonville, Arkansas.

Be100 Ministries Head Pastor, Jordan Hunper, originally from Wickes, said the group has traveled to Mississippi, Missouri, and across Arkansas since forming more than two years ago. Scotty Malley is also a pastor in the group.

“We go around to churches and Teen Challenges and we host a night of worship and bring a message,” said Hunper. “We want to bring revival to Arkansas and the surrounding states. We feel like our nation needs a revival and whatever door God opens for us to go and spread his love, that’s what we like to do.”

Over the past couple of years, there have been many stories and testimonies unfold. Hunper said there is one that sticks out in his mind more than any other. “A guy at Teen Challenge told me that he had been doing meth since he was 12, and cooking meth since he was 13 years old. He had never felt the Holy Spirit. He said, ‘when I got here [Teen Challenge], I could feel it,’ and he said when we got there, he felt the Holy Spirit rain down on him. He said he had never felt that before. It’s a pretty awesome story. That story sticks out to me because that’s the whole goal is to let the Spirit lead,” said Hunper.

He explained their ‘Movement’ theme that they use to focus their worship time. “Each year we try to have a theme. Last year’s was the Unashamed Tour and God put it [Movement] on my heart when we were at Teen Challenge this time. He reminded me that this nation needs a Jesus movement. And He showed me that any time the Word of God is open and you worship Him, people’s lives can be changed forever, changed for eternity, and that’s something that got me. The power that rose Jesus from the grave still lives in us today.”

Be100 Ministries will be at Mountain View Methodist Church, 1711 Sutherland Avenue, in Mena, on Saturday, October 1st, at 4 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. There will be overflow parking available at Louise Durham Elementary. A love offering will be taken.

To learn more about Be100 Ministries, you can find them on Facebook or YouTube at Be100 Ministries.

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