COME FOR A TIME OF RENEWAL AND REFRESHING.
Learn how to develop the rhythms and practices needed to help you maintain spiritual, emotional, mental and physical health as a pastor.
Natasha will be a keynote speaker at this event.
For Registration and other information, visit the official conference website.
Plan to join us for the fourth “Engage Our Culture” alumni forum. Our topic will be “Can Women Lead Men? A Discussion on Leadership in the Church.” The format of the forum will be a conversation on the role of women in the Church, centering on the two major views—egalitarian (Dr. Ben Witherington) and complementarian (Sharon Mac Wilmshurst).
Other highlights include light refreshments and book tables featuring local alumni authors. We hope you mark your calendar now for this important event.
THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
At first glance, it might look like the Evangelicals For Life conference is just another Christian gathering, talking about contentious cultural issues with an aim to rallying believers to a just cause. While we certainly do hope to encourage and strengthen Christians to stand for life in their communities, Evangelicals For Life represents something much larger than politics–in fact, something eternally larger.
The gospel tells us that human life is of infinite value and importance. Human beings are created in the image of God himself. (Gen. 1:27). Not only that, but human life was joined to God forever in the incarnation of the Lord Jesus Christ. That means that human life matters infinitely. And it also means that the demonic powers of hell wage constant war against it. Whether through Pharaoh’s order to cast babies into the Nile, Herod’s jealous genocide against Bethlehem’s infant boys, or the pristine floors and shiny signage of a Planned Parenthood clinic, Satan has always sought to attack human life at its most vulnerable.
The value of human life isn’t just an issue for Congress or activists or ethics professors. It’s an issue for every single Christian and every single local church. The church is the embassy of the Kingdom of Christ, and the Kingdom is where the unborn are prayed over, where the widows are visited, where the orphan is adopted, and where the disabled and the “unwanted” are made heirs with Christ of the universe. The church must speak a prophetic, gospel word to our culture of death. The cause of life is not a liberal vs conservative or red state vs blue state issue. It’s a Kingdom issue, and children of the King must stand up in defense of all human life. Will you join us as we do just that?
REGISTER at the official website: http://www.evangelicals.life/.
Cru Winter Conference is a time to join peers who want to explore: life with God, life together, and a life of positive impact.
Because, the four years you are in college are really about setting up the next 40 years (and more) of life.
Because, while college might be the highlight of life thus far, it isn’t meant to be the high point of the rest of your life.
Natasha is a keynote speaker at this event.
Get more details and register.