Faith Pulpit Day
"The Family in Modern Culture" is the theme of the annual Faith Pulpit Day on Monday, March 31, 2014. We all recognize that the family is under attack in these days. This year's Faith Pulpit Day speakers will address this important issue from a Biblical perspective and offer relevant, workable solutions.
The Hermeneutics of Homosexuality: How to Navigate the Intrepretive Paradigm of Pre-Homosexual Church Groups
Dr. Douglas Brown
Dean of Faith Baptist Theological Seminary
Marriage Counseling: How to Stir Hope in Christ within a Culture Dominated by False Hopes
Dr. Jeff Newman
Faculty member of Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary
Church Families: Challenging Moral Issues They Are Facing Today
Dr. Rick Shrader
Pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Smithville, Missouri; director of Aletheia Baptist Ministries; and Faith board member
• Monday, March 31, 2014, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in Room 105 of the Nettleton Center
• Registration in the Nettleton Center lobby
• $15 registration fee includes lunch, a book (see below), and refreshments, payable on arrival
• Each paying participant will receive the book, God, Marriage, and the Family, by Andreas Kosenberger (the book normally retails for $23)
The weeklong Faith Missions Conference begins on Monday evening, March 31. Come to Faith Pulpit Day and stay for some of the Missions Conference sessions as well.
Chorale TourMarch 7–16
Attend one of the Chorale’s spring concerts in Illinois and Michigan.
Scholarship WeekendMarch 20–22
Seniors who have applied to Faith can interview for valuable scholarships.
Faith Pulpit DayMarch 31
Speakers this year will address the topic of the Family in Modern Culture.
Youth ConferenceApril 17–19
Pastor David Tebbenkamp will challenge teens to live Unashamed.