At this Worldview Meeting, we will have 3 short presentations addressing the following points:
1) The Problem with the Pro-Life Label
2) Abortion and the Freedom of Religion Fallacy
3) The Perversion of Language in Abortion Marketing
A time of Q&A will follow the presentations. Registration will be at the door for this FREE event!
Back by popular demand, the Mid-Atlantic Reformation Society is sponsoring another Future of Christendom event this fall! The conference will take place at Woodcrest Retreat in Ephrata, PA and will run from Friday evening through all day Saturday, with an invitation to the Sunday morning worship service of the Independence Reformed Bible Church. Registration is required, and lunch and refreshments will be provided on Saturday. This will be a weekend packed with practical teaching, with the theme of liberty in the areas of church, state, medicine, and agriculture. Matt Trewhella, familiar to our regular attendees and many others, will be the keynote speaker. There will be SIXTEEN topic presentations by speakers including Tom Ertl, Joel Saint, Paul Michael Raymond, Ron Kronz, Dr. Greg Wheeler, and others including members of the MARS board of directors. As always this will be an explicitly Bible-based conference that you don’t want to miss!
Videos from this event are being uploaded weekly.
Why attend a Future of Christendom conference?
In an age of instant communication, web conferencing, internet blogging, and social media is there a place for a brick-and-mortar, face-to-face conference? We believe so, emphatically.
Without a doubt, most of our readers have noticed the shortfalls of social media. While teleconferencing can handily enable us to assemble the nuts and bolts of our short-term projects, we have all noticed the differences between electronic communication and meeting face to face. The teleconference or social media platform may get us 80% of what we need, nearly for free. A conference puts us in touch to grab that last 20%.
If we are truly working to build God’s Kingdom, we cannot afford to squander all the work in a failure of communication. So yes, the last 20% is the costliest, yet it is so very valuable.
A focused conference puts us together with like-minded people…people who “get it”…with enough time to share ideas, and to generate better ones. Have you ever noticed how this happens almost spontaneously when Christians gather together with time for a lively discussion? We have!
A conference breaks through the insulation that can surround us in a way that only happens in person. It is exciting to realize that the people who spend the time and money to attend are usually people with ideas and who are looking for better ways to do things!
Several good things are intentionally built into the Future of Christendom Events. We start with a knowledgeable speaker lineup to stimulate thinking on the subject matter. Then in order to leverage that, the schedule allows a generous amount of time for personal interaction and fellowship with speakers and other attendees. This takes place throughout the day, in the evenings, and during on-site meal times.
The very intentional purpose of our conference format is that attendees go home with several key things. First are new ideas to help them fulfill their callings within their families, businesses, professions, ministries, or vocations more effectively. Second are new or enhanced associations with others involved with similar work, forming a synergy that sparks productivity. Third, are new associations to promote and advance God’s Kingdom in better and more effective ways. MARS is continually attempting to spark new associations and we are thrilled to see them develop.
We encourage you to attend a Future of Christendom conference for a weekend that will sharpen and enhance your work in your corner of God’s Kingdom.