Karen Covell’s tips for reaching out to people during the coronavirus made national news! Read the full article: https://www1.cbn.com/cbnnews/world/2020/march/ways-to-make-an-eternal-difference-during-the-coronavirus-nbsp-pandemic
HPN’s Founding Director Karen Covell published an op-ed in the Washington Times. She reflects on the relationship between Hollywood and the Christian church, as an influencer in both communities. Click here to read the article.
The Beverly Hills-based Hollywood Prayer Network will be honored with a WELL DONE AWARD from the Kingdom Assignment ministry for its commitment to pray for the people in the Hollywood Entertainment Industry — the world’s most influential mission field.
In an e-mail to ministry friends and supporters, HPN founder Karen Covell said: “We receive our award on Wednesday, May 30th in Orange County. If any of you would like to join us at the celebration, it’s quite an event and we would be proud to have you with us. Just click on this link and find out more about it.”
The awards ceremony will feature Chris Gardner of “Pursuit of Happyness” fame, and singers Katherine McPhee and Bebe Winans.
Also, says Covell, “For some unknown yet wonderful reason, HPN has been overwhelmed with people checking out our website www.hollywoodprayernetwork.org and sending in requests for our DVD, ‘The Hollywood Tribe’ and our media packets. In fact, we can’t keep up with the requests.”
Such is the demand for the DVD that Covell is asking: “If you live in the LA area and would like to spend a few hours next week volunteering with us in Hollywood, please click REPLY to this email (email@example.com) and let us know. Thank you so much for being a part of our ministry. Please pray for us to live up to the honor of our upcoming award and to be able to accommodate the needs and requests of our members and those seeking information and prayer. It’s an incredible place to be in. We need your prayers and some volunteers.”
By Michael Ireland, ASSIST News Service