How about joining 1,800 of our ministry friends (about 450 families) next month as they all head to Branson, Missouri, for AiG’s Defending Your Faith in a Secular America national conference?
All of us will enjoy four days (July 15-18) in this premier vacation spot in America—plus receive some excellent apologetics teaching from Doug Phillips of Vision Forum and Dr. Voddie Baucham of Texas. They are superb speakers. We’ll feature over a dozen inspirational and equipping teaching sessions—I will be doing many sessions myself. Plus, there will be some great toe-tapping music from AiG’s very own Buddy Davis. Buddy will also be hosting his very popular children’s workshops throughout the conference. So it’s very much a family meeting in family-friendly Branson. There will be plenty of time to enjoy Branson and its entertainment. In fact, with so much to see and do, this will no doubt be long remembered as a favorite vacation!
Register now at our website—there are still some seats even though 1800 people have already booked.
EXCITING VBS FOR 2009
AiG’s 2009 VBS on theme of “Space” is going to be exciting—even better than this year’s one (and that has been a tremendous success as we get feedback coming in). I’ve included some photographs taken recently of young people being videoed for the 2009 VBS program as they sang and acted out the songs.
AiG MINISTRY “FAR REACHING”
You will enjoy this testimony from Nigeria:
I really appreciate the organization for putting this site together. You may not know the far reaching effect it has. I have been tremendously blessed. I am a Christian, Nigerian, a Petroleum Geoscientist [in] Nigeria. My work sometimes take[s] me around West Africa region. It is good to be able to read interesting articles and comprehensive information on most important debate of our time. Thanks so much, and may God richly bless you all.DEVOTION
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(Deut. 15:17) Then thou shalt take an aul, and thrust it through his ear unto the door, and he shall be thy servant for ever. And also unto thy maidservant thou shalt do likewise.
As the blood ran down the door post & the hole marred the ear all could see the servant made himself a forever servant–so is baptism our public statement.