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Seven service ‘crusade’ begins July 8 at Lakewood Church

Submitted to Branson Globe

Branson West, MO – Starting Wednesday evening, July 8, Dr. Cecil Todd will preach seven sermons on seven straight Wednesday eveings at Lakewood Church of the Ozarks in Branson West. Services begin at 7 pm at the church located at 19585 State Highway 413, Branson West.

Dr Cecil Todd. (FILE)

The crusade-style services will feature the “most popular sermons ever preached by Dr. Todd, across America and around the word,” according to a release. “Huge crowds of thousands were attracted to these services in Port Limon, Cost Rica, where the audiences grew from 5,000 on the opening Monday night to over 20,000 on the closing night. More than 4,000 cae to Christ in these services.”

Some of Dr. Todd’s message themes include: “Dear Lord, Heal Our Land”, “I Am Come to Set a Fire”, “Four Things in Hell We Need”, “Miraculously Healed to Stage 4 Cancer - Twice”, and “Four People in the Branson Area I Would Like to See Go to Hell.” Dr. Todd has promised to call them by name, and to explain why.

According to Dr. Todd, who has traveled three million miles to win three million souls to Christ, “These sermons have drawn crowds of thousands in key cities across America and in 23 countries.”

For five years. Dr. Todd held the Revival Fires Campmeetings at Branson’s Grand Palace, drawing thousands to Branson. According to the release, news media reported that the largest crowds to ever come to Branson, came for the campmeetings from 1997 - 2002. During one week, more than 20,000 came from across the nations.

The Wednesday night services at Lakewood Church during July and August feature the singing of “old hymns” exclusively.

Dr. Todd is celebrating seven decades of Christian ministry is a product of the Kiamichi Mountain Christian Mission in southeastern Oklahoma, and is a graduate of Ozark Christian College in Joplin, MO. He also has three doctors of divinity degrees.

The seven nights of services are open to the public. For more information, call the Revival Fires office at 417-272-3660.

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