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Prayer That Can Move Mountains


Pastor Carter Conlon invites listeners into the Gospel of Mark and encourages them to consider prayer that can move mountains.

During a panic attack when he was just 24 years old, Pastor Carter was released from the grip of fear into faith. Realizing he didn’t have to settle for fruitlessness or powerlessness, he stepped into the victory of Christ, believing that his prayer would not just benefit his life, but the lives of others as well.

Pastor Carter challenges us to practice forgiveness and escape the illusions of this world. God can restore our hearts, minds, marriages, neighborhoods, and nation. Our lives will make a difference when we believe that He receives whatever we lift up to Him.

The three stirring testimonies, remind us of the importance to unplug and spend deep time in prayer. We have a Father who hears and responds, and now more than ever, it’s time to pray.

A Resurrected Life

“A Resurrected Life,” a special Easter program with Pastor Carter Conlon, speaks about the power of God to transform anyone’s life from death unto life through the resurrection power of Jesus Christ. By exploring Psalm 23 as his text, Pastor Carter shows us the two stages of resurrection life that will cause us to walk in God’s mercy and goodness for the rest of our lives.

Waiting for the Ball to Drop


As the famous ball descends from One Times Square, over a billion people will be watching from around the world, saying farewell to the old year and welcoming 2016.

From the unique vantage point that is Times Square Church-literally in the midst of these revelers-Pastor Carter Conlon speaks to “WAITING FOR THE BALL TO DROP.” It’s a challenging message-a message for millions who are hoping for a better year ahead.

In I Kings the people of Bael (ironically pronounced Ball) looked hopefully to a false god when all they had to do is turn around to see Him. The biblical story–and the testimony of a Broadway actor and a former modern-day Mafia member-remind us that we have only to face Him to find hope.

We encourage you to share this life-changing message with your friends.

No Room in the Inn


Opening with a dramatic reading of Luke 2:1-14, this special program presents the challenge of the Bethlehem story-when an innkeeper decided there was “no room in the inn.”

There was a knock at the door, a plea for a place to birth a child. But someone would have to give up a bed and the cries of a newborn might disturb sleep. Suddenly it just became easier to say, “We’re sorry, there’s no room.”

This Christmas message from Carter Conlon, including a stirring testimony of a young woman who did find room in the inn, reminds the people of God to respond when a “knock” comes. Will it be a phone call to answer, a meal to provide, a guest invited to celebrate the season? Are we ready to answer the knock and make room in the inn?

Gastineau: In His Own Words


Mark Gastineau, the legendary former New York Jets defensive lineman and member of the famed New York Jets Sack exchange, was wildly popular on and off the field and lived a lifestyle invoking that of a rock star.

Gastineau says of those tumultuous years, “I went down the wrong road as a player. I was making big money, but I found myself totally empty.” Pastor Carter sat down recently with Gastineau, in a must-hear interview about his life as an iconic football star and his new life in Christ—in his own words.

Recently Gastineau used his celebrity as an athlete to speak up for a high school quarterback penalized for raising a single finger to the sky in praise to God and a Bremerton, Washington assistant high school coach who’s been placed on leave for praying on the field after games.

“Mark Gastineau has come out in support of these men standing up on the athletic field for what they believe. In our increasingly anti-God society, it is imperative that this generation learn to stand for what they believe. The next spiritual awakening in America may very well start on a football field!” – Pastor Carter Conlon

The interview airs on AM 570 WMCA on Sunday, November 22, at 6:00PM. You can listen to the interview online on our prayer website

The Resurrection: An Answer for This Generation


Much of what is taught in this generation, and even in a couple that have already passed, is simply a gospel that looks to see what it can gain from the Cross of Jesus Christ.” —Carter Conlon

In “The Resurrection: An Answer for this Generation,” a 28-minute special airing on Christian radio stations nationwide, Pastor Carter Conlon says “we have tried to be Christian and Christ-like in our own strength. But we have lost our Savior, in great measure.” He admonishes listeners to get back to Biblical Christianity, in preparation for the dark days ahead.

Pastor Carter Conlon notes that the first Christians “moved immediately from self-preservation to a focus on others.” They were not focused on what they could gain from Christ’s sacrifice on the cross. Their hearts were fixed on how they could best serve Jesus as His ambassadors, and get the Good News out to the world.

We’re going to have to learn to be the Church of Jesus Christ again. We’re going to have to go back to the basics, and we’re going to have to find our joy in truth, not in exterior forms of religion.”

Pastor Carter’s Easter message is powerful and life-challenging, woven among the testimonies of ordinary men and women who’ve been to the foot of the Cross-and are stepping out of a place of prayer, empowered by God with a vision for the future.


William Carrol

Mark Steele

David Mera

Cheryl Rochester

Brenda Massiel Meja

Myo Campbell

Lisa Camme

Beyond 9/11: The Impact of Prayer


“I remember people coming into the church rolling their sleeves up, saying, ‘Pastor, tell us what to do, we’re ready to work.’ They weren’t terrified because we had been warned. We were ready for people coming down the streets who were terrified, who were stranded in Manhattan and couldn’t get out of the city. We gave people food and shelter. But most importantly, we had a word for them, spiritual comfort that so many people were needing.”—Pastor Carter Conlon

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