|Devotional| Open Your Heart - Carter Conlon (March-18-2020). Special greeting to everybody today. This week, I began recording a series of daily video devotionals to give encouragement to your heart. We're all living in a very fearful time. You know that and I know that, but I want to tell you why I'm not afraid and this is not just bravado on my part, it's really a reality. I'm not afraid of the days I'm living in. I'm not afraid of tomorrow. I'm not afraid of the Coronavirus. I'm not afraid of anything that the future is going to bring my way. I will tell you why I’m not afraid in these daily video devotionals that you can access online on the Times Square Church website at tsc.nyc, on YouTube and all social media pages. I hope you’ll watch these devotionals daily and share them with your friends and family. We need to stay connected and encourage one another in Christ! The only way we will get through this is remaining one with Christ who will give us the courage and strength we need. ---Pastor Carter Conlon
|Devotional| Open Your Heart - Carter Conlon (March-18-2020)
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Carter Conlon (born 1953) is a Canadian-born American pastor and author. He is best known as senior pastor of Times Square Church in New York City. Conlon was born and raised in Noranda, Quebec. He graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario where he received a bachelor's degree in law and sociology. In 1987, he left his 12-year career as a police officer to enter full-time ministry. He founded a church, a Christian school, and a foo ...
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