When was the last time your pastor or other Christian leader in your church got away for a time of rest, encouragement, and solid Bible teaching? It’s probably been a while! Pastors do so much and work so hard to serve their congregations. Consider sending them and their wives away for some time to relax and reconnect. We’ve got the perfect event for that—our upcoming Answers for Pastors conference here at the Creation Museum near Cincinnati, October 9–11, 2018.
During this conference, pastors, Christian leaders, or anyone who wants to attend will be encouraged to defend the clarity of the Word of God with teaching from AiG speakers Bodie Hodge, Dr. Tommy Mitchell, Dr. Terry Mortenson, Dr. Georgia Purdom, and me. You’ll also hear from special guest pastor Dr. John MacArthur of Grace Community Church in California, and be lead in worship by singer and songwriter Michael O’Brien. Pastors will love the biblical teaching and encouragement they’ll receive.
They’ll also love the free admission to the Ark Encounter and Creation Museum that each registered attendee receives (and the 20% discount that accompanying spouses and children receive on admission to both attractions). They’ll enjoy touring both world-class attractions, and while they tour, they’ll enjoy being equipped to defend the authority of God’s Word and to answer the questions of those in their churches.
Early Bird Discount Available Until August 1, 2018
The early bird discount is available until August 1, 2018, so be sure to register yourself, your pastor, or other church leader today. Attendees from the same church receive 40% off the full price of admission. This is a wonderful opportunity to send multiple leaders and laypeople from your church. Again, even if you’re not a pastor or church leader, you are welcome to register and come sit under the teaching—we’d love to see you there!
Learn more and register today (and catch the early bird discount while it lasts!) on the outreach page of our website.
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This item was written with the assistance of AiG’s research team.