9.11.2009

Christ-Centered Christianity Conference--Invite and Reminder

Here is another reminder about our conference we are planning. A lot of work is going into this. You can LISTEN TO OUR RADIO INVITE. But most of all, attend--it's free!




OCTOBER 9-10, 2009Plan on Attending our 2009 Pacific Northwest Reformation Conference on Reformed Theology. Dr. W Robert Godfrey will be our main speaker.We would like to formally invite you to our 2009 Pacific Northwest Reformation Conference: Christ-Centered Christianity in an Age of Spiritual Chaos. This year we have the privilege of hearing Dr. W. Robert Godfrey of Westminster Seminary California and Rev. Christopher J Gordon of the United Reformed Church of Lynden speak to us about the prominent subject of having Christ at the center of Christian ministry. We are living in a day when as there is much confusion about what the design and mandate of Christian ministry should be. Our speakers will be addressing this important issue and we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity.

The conference lectures are as follows:
Friday October 9, 2009:

7:00 PM Dr. W. Robert Godfrey --Christ at the Center of the Church



Saturday October 10, 2009:
9:00 AM Dr. W. Robert Godfrey --Christ at the Center of Worship
10:30 AM Rev. Christopher J Gordon --Christ at the Center of Preaching
1:00 AM Dr. W. Robert Godfrey --Christ at the Center of SalvationFollowed by a Q&A



The conference will be held on October 9 and 10, 2009, at the United Reformed Church of Lynden, 8632 Benson Road, Lynden WA, 98264. The conference is free of charge.If you have any further questions please call Rev. Christopher Gordon at (360) 318-0429, or you may access conference information on our website, http://www.lyndenurc.com/. Thank you for your help as we strive to bring these glorious Reformation truths to our community. We look forward to seeing you at the conference.
For Christ and His Kingdom,The Consistory of the United Reformed Church of Lynden

2 comments:

  1. We will pray that this Conference will be as successful and meaningful as the last Reformation Conference was. We can't wait to get a copy of the conference audiorecording so that we can find out what we've missed!

    It promises to be a great topic and a great conference setup!

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  2. Hope to make it! I've been to the all of the previous ones.

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