Washington DC Visit-May 2023

Washington DC Visit-May 2023

TESTIMONIES FROM LAST 2 DAYS IN DC

As I share these testimonies please do not try to put names together with my words. Just be encouraged. All you ever hear about DC is negative, ugly, mean, etc. But there’s a lot of good stuff happening there too.

In addition to the prayer card here, I shared the truth of Psalm 93 over the last two days. And this is how I shared it. . . “Congressman, be encouraged that because the Bible is reliable, you can rest (vs. 5), regardless of the roaring going on around you (vs. 3-4), since God Reigns (vs. 1-2).”

You can find all my recent prayer cards here. . .  https://markmirza.com/printprayercards/

Some Brief Testimonies:

1] There is such an appreciation by those I stop and pray with, elected officials, staffers, even janitors. It is a confirmation to me, that I am called to do this.

2] The staffer who called me last month, needing to pray with someone. And then this month she shared with me her commitment and desire to please God. It was so encouraging to hear.

3] Two Congressmen’s hearts were very heavy for their pastor’s families due to a tragic death for one and a tragic physical mishap for the other. Being there for them is the essence of bearing one another’s burdens.

4] Two other Congressmen had staffers take me to them as they were in committee meetings. When we go there, they left the meeting so they could spend a couple minutes with me. One, all he had was 2 minutes, the other stayed in the hallway of the cloak room for 20 minutes or so talking. He is the one who told me about a prayer meeting they have on Monday nights, when they arrive into town. There they pray for their upcoming week. To the other Congressman I shared Psalm 93, as above. His entire countenance changed, he hugged me and said both he and his wife needed to hear this.

5] There is a janitor whom I prayed with 2 years ago. I have been looking for her and finally saw her again. When I walked up to her and said her name she looked REAL SUSPICIOUSLY at me, until she realized I was that guy from 2 years ago who prayed for her. We had a GREAT reconnection.

6] There was a staffer in the hallway who saw my NDP lanyard. I could tell he wanted to say something, so he said, almost apologetically, “I’m a believer too.” He gave me his testimony and added honestly that he was feeling low. We talked for a good 15 minutes, which is a lot of time in DC, then I prayed Romans 15:13, lifting him to the God of hope who gives peace and joy. He stood taller and said it was from God, that we met.

7] Then there was the woman I met in the hallway because she asked me for directions. Tanya sighed, but was grateful when I explained she was in the wrong building altogether. Then I explained to her what I do in DC and she said, “Well are you going to pray for me too?” It was cute, and I did.

8] Standing atop the steps at the US Capitol I was making notes from my previous appt when a Congressman came up the stairs and I introduced myself. We talked for a long enough time for him to tell me he needed prayer for his two kids, one is living a Godly life looking for a Godly husband and the other is struggling to live out his Christian walk. He was so grateful he gave me his cell phone number to stay in touch with him. Of course, I always reach out to the scheduleres for appointments.

9] Another Congressman, after getting comfortable with me asked me to pray for his two girls, one is living a Godly life, the other is not. This stop reminded me of the Congressman some time ago who asked me to pray for his children who had all called him together and said, “Dad, you’re too controversial, you can’t put our photos on your Christmas card this year.” Two were still in college and one had just graduated.

10] Many staffers were so glad for the “direction” of this ministry, namely, praying WITHOUT an agenda.

11] Another staffer is in a boot cast and praying it comes off before she and her family go on vacation in September. Imagine the weight of all the things she and other staffers are dealing with Ths prayer request should be a reminder to us that they are regular people with regular issues which need prayer. God knows her name, pray she has complete healing and a GREAT vacation, in September.

12] Then there was the staff, about 4 of them in the foyer of the office who stood spellbound (for some reason) by the idea that I’d pray for them too, so I did, in the foyer of the office of a US Representative. I have got such a cool job!

13] There are a lot of elected officials who ask prayer for spouses and extended family. Another reminder that they are regular people, with regular needs.

14] I was surprised by the staffer who, when I asked how I could pray for her, told me she is going to law school in the fall. Then she asked how she could pray for me. That doesn’t happen too often! I was so blessed to have that question asked of me.

15] Privately you can ask me about the influential staffer who knows God has called him to DC to have an influence in his “challenging” office. It will surprise you that Godly men and women are everywhere.

16] There were and are, of course, a few offices I went into where there was, “no love for the pray-er.” But those offices were far and few in between.

17] Finally, I can’t tell you how many Bibles I saw on Congressmen’s desks and staffers desks, or the number of weekly Bible studies and prayer groups that I was told meet every week.

On TV and in social media, you will only see the ugliness in DC, but there is good stuff happening there too!

What does the Lord have in store for the United States, and for Washington DC in particular? I don’t know. I’ve not seen the Lord’s playbook, so I’m not convinced things will get better in the USA, but I have no doubt, God’s reliability (vs. 5) means we can rest, no matter the raging and roaring (vs. 3-4) we see all around politics, because, the truth is, God reigns (vs. 1-2), not the men and women in DC, and not the devil, God reigns (Psalm 93).

Thank you for your prayers and your financial support.

 

Blessings,

 

MARK S MIRZA
Founder/Author
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The Mathematics Behind Prayer

The Mathematics Behind Prayer

MATHEMATICS CAN BE FUN. . .

GET A YES WHEN YOU PRAY

The New and Improved (and coveted) . . .

SECRET MATHEMATICAL PRAYER FORMULA . . .

 

Y = P * 2A + (∞F ⟹ W) + (S ≈ I) – Ø(d+c)

 

Here’s the formula’s meaning

I WILL get a YES
When I PRAY,
If I ABIDE in Him AND I let His words ABIDE in me.
Then, my sufficient FAITH,
Subject to His WILL,
Allows me to SUBMIT to Him,
Since He’s already IN THE PROCESS of answering.
All this motivates me unto OBEDIENCE,
And the elimination of the word CAN in my prayers.

 

Mathematics

Have fun, as we go through this “Secret” formula.

Defining Terms

“Y” is the expectation of YES when I pray!

Have you ever considered that Jesus never went to the Father wondering about His answer? Jesus always prayed expecting a “YES” and so should you. Even when He gave us the model-prayer in Matthew 6:9ff the entire tenor of it is, expect God to answer. And earlier in verse 6, talking about prayer Jesus said, “. . . your Father . . . will reward you.”

If you are wondering about the Garden of Gethsemane experience Jesus had, consider two words, “wrestling” and “submitting.” Jesus wrestled and since He knew the Father’s will, He (Jesus) submitted to the Father.

Jesus’ dealings with prayer were ALWAYS with an expectation of a YES, as should your’s.

And remember, 1 John 5:14-15 are still in scripture, requiring confidence when we pray, not doubt (James 1:6-7)

 


“P” is the act of PRAYING.

This should be obvious, but you do realize that there are SOME THINGS that we do not have, because we do not ask? (See James 4:2).

I suspect some of you are thinking, “Why ask? Doesn’t God already know our needs BEFORE we ask (Matthew 6:8)?

Have you considered why we pray at all? It is for one reason. God WANTS a relationship with you! Think about that! In spite of you (and me), He wants a relationship with you (and me).

Your prayer-life is a barometer of your Intimacy with God.


“A” double dips into the word ABIDING.

The equation is “2A” above because the word “Abide” appears twice in John 15:7 and both occurrences are very significant, and very different from one another.

I recently heard a pastor quote this verse by saying, “. . . abide in Him and in His word.” BUT MY READERS, that is not what the passage says. It says that you are to ABIDE IN HIM and you are to let His words ABIDE IN YOU.

When His words abide in you, that is when you start asking His will. This happens because they are His words, His will. And then the last part of the verse becomes true, “then you will ask whatever you will and it will be done unto you.”

Look, you can abide in Him all day long but if you don’t let His words abide in you, you don’t have a prayer. Sorry for the pun.


“F” stands for FAITH.

But not just any faith! It stands for “∞F” which is an “infinite amount of faith.”

Now before you start to get depressed, because your faith isn’t that great, let me remind you of Jesus’ teachings on faith. I’ll first tell you what Jesus did NOT say.

  • Jesus did not say you have to have a TON of faith. The AMOUNT OF YOUR FAITH is not the issue.

So, what did He say? I’m glad you asked!

  • Jesus DID say, you could have as little faith as a mustard seed and accomplish that which is His will (Matthew 17:20).

Ginormous Faith

At another time we’ll discuss why teachers tell you to build your faith to astronomical proportions, but not here.

What I will tell you though, is why you can have “infinite, sufficient, perfect-faith,” even if your faith is only comparable to a mustard seed.

The answer is the next portion of the equation.


“W” points us to God’s will.

The equation says, “∞F ⟹ W”

Remember that ⟹ W” means “If and Only If it is centered on God’s will.”

So, putting the entire parenthetical thought together, it is saying, “infinite faith occurs, if and only if it (your prayer) is centered on God’s will.”

Look at 1 John 5:14-15 again. When does God’s answer come? The passage clearly says, when we ask according to His will.

It ain’t rocket-science, is it?

But it does require the next portion of the equation.


“S” is the act of SUBMITTING to God.

I’m sorry, but you knew that the “S” word would enter this equation somewhere, didn’t you?

The problem with the “S” word is that it requires you to trust Him.

Do you think you trust God? Are you sure? Or are you just hoping you trust Him?

May I Test You?

This test will open your eyes:

  • Get a blank piece of paper.
  • At the top write, “God’s Will for My Life.”
  • And then sign-it, BLANK.

Sign it WITHOUT knowing what He has up His sleeve?

The math is becoming more and more scary, isn’t it?

Okay, I just told you the PROBLEM with the “S” word. Now let me give you the “ginormous benefit” of the “S” word.

This “GINORMOUS-NESS” is found in both Mark 11:24 and the rest of the equation that is within the parenthesis. Watch and see


“I” represents God already “IN THE PROCESS” of answering your prayer.

Mark 11:24 tells us that we are to pray as if WE ALREADY HAVE that which we are praying to him for.

When “S≈I” are together it means that “S and I are Congruent to one another” or, in harmony one with another.

The idea is that God is ALREADY In The Process of doing His will in your life. Our job is to submit to God, no matter what He wants to do, in your life.

SCARY? Math usually is!

To see this more clearly, work the Secret Mathematical Prayer Formula backwards:

  • “I” . . . God is already “In the process” of answering my prayer,
  • “S”. . . When I submit
  • “W”. . . To His will,
  • “F”. . . With my mustard seed faith

The Rest of the Story Equation

“Ø” represents an empty or “null” set

“d” represents DISOBEDIENCE.

“c” represents using the word CAN when you pray.

The mathematical term in front of this parenthetical portion, “Ø” means “an empty or ‘null’ set” of both the “d” and the “c” which are inside the parenthesis.

In other words we are not to have any “d” and any “c” in our life.

NOTE: Because of James 1:6-7, “d” could also have represented “doubting” but we have addressed that with the understanding of “confidence” above.

“c” is the act of using the word CAN when you pray.

Going back to Mark 11:24, where we are told to “believe that we have already received” that which we are praying for, does NOT MEAN we pray, “Oh Lord, I know You CAN do this . . .” No! It means we are to pray, “Lord, I trust that you are ALREADY in the process of . . .”

I’d like to ask you, the reader, to do something for me, okay?

I would like you to BE EMBARRASSED the next time you use the word “CAN” when you pray!

And here’s why.

Assuming the Holy Spirit didn’t make a mistake, and Mark 11:24 can be believed, God is already in the process of giving you your answer! Think about that! Since that is the case, why are you asking Him if He “CAN” do it?

Let’s get back to the “d” word for a moment. In Psalm 24:3-4, we are told to enter His presence with “clean hands and a pure heart.” Why? Because sin has an impact on your prayer life (Proverbs 28:9, Isaiah 59:2, and a host of others).


Putting It All Together Again

I WILL get a YES
When I PRAY,
If I ABIDE in Him AND I let His words ABIDE in me.
Then, my sufficient FAITH,
Subject to His WILL,
Allows me to SUBMIT to Him,
Since He’s already IN THE PROCESS of answering.
All this motivates me unto OBEDIENCE,
And the elimination of the word CAN in my prayers.


We hope you enjoyed this fun formula.

 

 

Blessings,

 

MARK S MIRZA

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If ONLY Jesus’ Name was Lifted Up

There would be No Introductions.

No one would sell anything in the halls.

What if No One Told You What to Pray

We would trust the Holy Spirit to give you the words to pray, during the worship hour.

Save the Date. . .October 1st, 5pm

1 Hour of Worship

1 Hour of Prayer

That’s it!

NDP Week Of Prayers

NDP Week Of Prayers

 

Mark’s 2023 NDP Prayers for You

If you don’t mind, I just want to pray for you each day this week.

I promise that when this week is over you’ll NOT RECEIVE this many emails from me.

All the prayers are VERY SHORT (one to two minutes), so take a moment to enjoy them, AND PLEASE, also send them to Your NDP Team.

Speaking of Your NDP Team, are you preparing someone to take over for you?

It’s a STEWARDSHIP issue!

Love you guys,

Mark

 

FRIDAY’S PRAYER

It’s over. Yesterday was the celebration for what we do ALL YEAR LONG! Rest, even sleep, and reflect on insights you saw yesterday

THURSDAY’S PRAYER

Your job is to do what you do with excellence (Colossians 3:23), then expect God (Psalm 5:3) to “avail much” through you.

WEDNESDAY’S PRAYER

Pray “in righteousness” by praying God’s will, even if it contradicts your will.

TUESDAY’S PRAYER

If you no longer pray fervently, let this video encourage you to get back your fervency.

MONDAY’S PRAYER

In the same way this year’s theme has been prayerfully prepared, I trust your efforts this week will be excellent (Colossians 3:23) because of God’s sovereignty (Psalm 103:19).

 PREVIOUS YEAR’S PRAYERS

They were recorded in 2021 but were re-used in 2022.

They are only one to two minutes long. Let them bless you today, as they have in previous years.

I am honored to serve you guys as your Georgia State Coordinator. If you have any advice for me, PLEASE express it.

If you want to take on a larger role next year, perhaps you want to encourage others in your county, and or surrounding counties, PLEASE let me know.

As always, I love you guys, and I’m very proud of you!

Mark S Mirza
Georgia NDP State Coordinator
E: Mark@CTMPrayer.org
C: (404) 606-2322

National Day of Prayer 2023 Events in Georgia

National Day of Prayer 2023 Events in Georgia

The following list of 2023 NDP Events in Georgia is probably not complete. When you see that we are missing an event, please text or email Mark, including the organizer’s information, if you have it.

Mark’s Cell: (404) 606-2322

Mark’s Email: Mark@CTMPrayer.org

Thank You

Mark

UP FOR A CONTEST

In the event-photo there are 7 different NDP cities depicted by 12 photos. If you can guess the 12 photos locations’ correctly, Mark will send you one of his books, FREE!
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Good luck!

NDP 2023 EVENTS

The links below are only photo and/or video links memorializing your event.

Sorry, no “general” ministry links.

But, WHEREVER you post your photos, even on your ministry website, THE LINK WILL be posted here. I don’t mind posting your ministry link, I just want the link to be of this year’s NDP.

Acworth (Nearer Bartow County)

9am-5pm
Town’s Churches Open, Pray Bartow

Acworth

10am-11am
Acworth City Hall

Adairsville

6pm-7pm
Train Station Gazebo, Pray Bartow

Adairsville

9am-5pm
Town’s Churches Open, Pray Bartow

Adel

6:30am-7am
FBC Adel, Breakfast

Albany

Noon-1pm
Albany Dougherty Gov’t Center

Alma

Noon-1pm
Bacon County Courthouse

Alpharetta

3pm-4:30pm
Alpharetta City Hall

Alto

4pm-5:30pm
The River Church, Habersham Rolling Prayer

Ashburn

Noon-1pm
Heritage Park

Athens

7am-8:30am
The Classic Center, Breakfast

Atlanta

6am-10pm
Virtual

Atlanta

6:30am-8am
Cobb County Prayer Breakfast

Atlanta

9am-9pm
Ashford Perimeter Virtual Event

Atlanta

9am-Noon
Hartsfield Jackson, Int’l Chapels

Atlanta

9:30am-10:30am
Hartsfield Jackson, Main Concourse, Domestic Chapel

Atlanta

10am-Noon
Liberty Plaza

Atlanta

Noon-1pm
Georgia State Capitol

Atlanta

Noon-1pm
North Ave Presbyterian

Atlanta

6pm-6:30pm
Hollywood Prayer Network Virtual Call

Atlanta

7pm-8pm
Cascade Heights in Atlanta, 3 Church Virtual Prayer

Atlanta

8pm-10pm
Praying Women 365 Virtual

Atlanta

8pm-9:30pm
Atlanta Prayer Tower Virtual

Auburn

11am-Noon
Sharon Baptist Church

Augusta

7:30am-8:45am
FBC Augusta, Mayor Breakfast

Austell

7pm-8:30pm
Grace City Church

Baldwin

2:30pm-4pm
Life Church, Habersham Rolling Prayer

Ball Ground

9am-9am
Square in front of Barrel House Coffee

Blairsville

6pm-7pm
FBC Blairsville

Blakely

Noon-1pm
Early County Courthouse, Lunch

Brunswick

Noon-1pm
FBC Brunswick

Buena Vista

9am-7pm
Buena Vista Courthouse Square

Buford

7pm-8pm
Buford Presbyterian

Byromville

Noon-1pm
Groves Park

Cairo

Noon-1pm
Zebulon Theater

Canton

7pm-8:30pm
New Life Church

Carnesville

Noon-1pm
Franlin County Courthouse

Cartersville

9am-5pm
Town’s Churches Open, Pray Bartow

Cartersville

11am-Noon, Pastor’s Prayer, Sam Jones Methodist Church

Cartersville

Noon-1pm
Cartersville Municipal Court

Clarkesville

10am-11:30am
Clarkesville Downtown Gazebo, Habersham Rolling Prayer

Claxton

Noon-1pm
Evans County Courthouse Lawn

Cleveland

Noon-1pm
Freedom Park

Cobbtown

10:30am-11am
Cobbtown Volunteer Fire Department

Collins

10am-10:30am
Collins City Center Park

Columbus

9am-5pm
First Baptist Church Chapel

Conyers

11:30am-1pm
Highland Park Baptist, with “Under the Tent” by Awaken His Church

Conyers

6pm-7pm
Heritage Hills Baptist Church

Cordele

Noon-12:45
Crisp County Courthouse

Cornelia

1pm-2:30pm
Holcomb’s Parking Lot, Habersham Rolling Prayer

Covington

9am-5pm
Zion Baptist Church

Covington

Noon-5pm
FBC Covington

Covington

12:45pm-2pm
Covington Square

Covington

4pm-6pm
Father’s House

Cumming

Noon-1pm
Cumming City Center

Dallas

7pm-8:30pm
Veteran’s Memorial Park

Demorest

11:30am-1pm
Demorest Baptist Church, Habersham Rolling Prayer

Dublin

Noon-1pm
Madison on Market

Dublin

7pm-8pm
Madison on Market

Duluth

Noon-1pm
Duluth Town Green, Festival Center Stage

Dunwoody

7am-8:30am
Dunwoody Baptist Church, Breakfast

Dunwoody

7am-8:pm
Dunwoody Baptist Church, Chapel

Eatonton

6pm-7pm
Lake Point Church

Elberton

Noon-12:30pm
Elberton Square

Ellijay

Noon-1pm
Victory Christian Center

Emerson

9am-5pm
Town’s Churches Open, Pray Bartow

Euharlee

9am-5pm
Town’s Churches Open, Pray Bartow

Evans

11am-1pm
West Acres Church, Lunch

Evans

Noon-1pm
The Sanctuary

Fairburn

9:30am-2:30pm
Bethlehem Baptist

Fayetteville

7pm-8:30pm
Edgefield Church

Folkston

7am-7pm
Camp Pinckney Baptist Church

Folkston

11:30am-12:30pm
Charlton County Courthouse

Forsyth

Noon-1pm
Monroe County Courthouse

Fort Oglethorpe

7pm-8:30pm
FBC Ft. Oglethorpe

Franklin

Noon-12:30pm
Heard County

Franklin Springs

Noon-1pm
Franklin Springs City Hall

Gainesville

Noon-1pm
Gainesville Square

Gainesville

7pm-8pm
New Hope UMC

Glennville

Noon-1pm
At The Stage

Glennville

6:45pm-7:45pm
Glennville FBC

Gray

6:30pm-7:45pm
Carol’s Park Gazebo

Griffin

Noon-12:45pm
Spalding County Courthouse Veranda

Hazlehurst

Noon-1pm
Jeff Davis County Courthouse

Hinesville

11:30am-12:15pm
Gum Branch Baptist Church, Lunch

Hiram

5am-5pm
Birthing the Kingdom with the Supernatural

Kingston

9am-5pm
Town’s Churches Open, Pray Bartow

Lafayette

9am-10am
Lafayette City Hall

Lilly

Noon-1pm
Dooly County Fire Station

Lithonia

7am-7:30am
Virtual

Loganville

11am-Noon
Loganville City Hall

Louisville

Noon-1pm
Jefferson County Courthouse

Lula

7pm-8pm
Lula Veteran’s Park

Lyons

6:30pm-7:30pm
Toombs County Courthouse

Mableton

Noon-1pm
First Baptist Church of Mableton

Macon

Noon-12:30pm
Rosa Parks Square

Marietta

May 3rd, 6pm-7pm
Johnson Ferry Baptist Church

Marietta

8am-9am
Marietta Vineyard Church

Milledgeville

9am-5pm
FBC Milledgeville

Moultrie

Noon-1pm
Courthouse Amphitheater

Mt Airy

5:30pm-7pm
Mt Airy City Hall, Habersham Rolling Prayer

Newnan

7:30am-8:30am
FBC Newnan, Breakfast

Newnan

Noon-12:30pm
City of Hope Chapel

Newnan

Noon-1pm
Greenville State Park

Newnan

Noon-1pm
Baker County School Track

Newnan

6:30pm-8pm
Greenville State Park

Norcross

Noon-1pm
Lillian Webb Park

Norcross

6pm-7pm
The Father’s House

Oakwood

7pm-9pm
Comunidad Bautusta La Cosecha

Peachtree Corners

8:30am-9:30am
Peachtree Corners City Hall

Perry

11am-Noon
Old Perry Courthouse

Pooler

Noon-1pm
Oaks Senior Living

Pooler

6pm-7pm
Trinity Pooler Church

Powder Springs

7am-9pm
Burnt Hickory Baptist Church

Powder Springs

6:30pm-8pm
Thurman Springs Park

Reidsville

10am-11am
Tattnall County Courthouse

Rentz

Noon-1pm
Rentz City Hall

Riceboro

11:30am-12:30pm
Riceboro Youth Center, Lunch

Ringgold

Catoosa County Courthouse Lawn
Noon-1pm

Roswell

Noon-1pm
Faces of War Memorial – Roswell City Hall

Rydal

9am-5pm
Town’s Churches Open, Pray Bartow

Savannah

Noon-1pm
FBC of The Islands

Snellville

9am-1pm
Berean Christian Church Drive-Thru

Snellville

Noon-1:30pm
Church on Main

Snellville

6:30pm 8pm
Church on Main

Snellville

7:30pm-9pm
Berean Christian Church Prayer-Athon

Social Circle

Noon
Berean Baptist Church, Around the Flagpole

Springfield

6:30am-7:30am
Effingham Prayer Breakfast

Springfield

6:30pm-7:30pm
Effingham County Veteran’s Park

St Simons

9am-4pm
St Simons UMC Chapel

Statesboro

6:30am-7:45am
FBC Statesboro, Breakfast

Statesboro

Noon-1pm
Bulloch County Courthouse

Stockbridge

6:30pm-7:30pm
Stockbridge City Hall

Stone Mountain

Noon-1pm
At the Top of Stone Mtn

Stone Mountain

7pm-8pm
Rock Stone Church

Tallulah Falls

8:30am-10am
Tallulah Falls Middle School, Habersham Rolling Prayer

Thomasville

11:45am-1pm
First Baptist Sanctuary

Thomson

6:30am-8am
Thomson Presbyterian, Breakfast

Tifton

Noon-1pm
Veteran’s Park Amphitheater

Unadilla

6pm-6:30pm
Pinehust Baptist Church

Union City

Noon-1pm
Union City, City Hall

Valdosta

6pm-7:30pm
New Covenant Church

Warner Robins

Noon-1:15pm
Warner Robins City Hall, Council Chambers

Washington

10am-Noon
Georgia Baptist Association

White

9am-5pm
Town’s Churches Open, Pray Bartow

Woodstock

6:30pm-8pm
Northside Hospital-Cherokee Amphitheater

Zebulon

6:30pm-7:30pm
Pike County Courthouse