Rarely do we host a special event that is designed for the personal spiritual growth of our church members while simultaneously giving us such an awesome opportunity for evangelism.  The CREATION MINISTRIES WEEKEND is designed to accomplish this both.

CREATION MINISTRIES WEEKEND will be held in our Worship Center on Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 9:30 a.m., 10:50 a.m., and 5:30 p.m.   Gary Bates, renowned Christian scholar and apologist, will by sharing on the subjects of “Dinosaurs and Fossils: Amazing Evidence for Creation”, “Creation, Not Confusion”, and “Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception” (a movie came out in 2018 about this subject).  You will want to attend every session.  The information you receive will help you witness to a post-Christian generation. 

Witnessing to many younger people today requires going back before the cross, all the way to “the beginning” (Genesis) and making a systematic beeline to the Cross of Christ.  Apologetic conversations can lead to good opportunities to share the gospel.  And evangelistic conversations can often lead to apologetics when non-Christians respond with questions or criticisms that require a reasoned response.  So, while Christians shouldn’t let apologetics distract us from sharing the gospel, we should also work to be ready to give an answer to anyone who asks us about the hope that is in us (I Pet. 3:15).

Pick up a handful of the promo cards for CREATION MINISTRIES WEEKEND so you can take advantage of inviting family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors to this event and to the STRENGTH TEAM OUTREACH EVENT, which will be held the following Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings, January 25-27, at 6:30 nightly.  God can use these events to lead men, women, teenagers, boys and girls to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.  Let us pray that God will do this very thing and let us simply invite others so that they will hear and respond to the good news of Jesus Christ. 

Tony Christie
Associate Pastor

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