$4 -- pie and ice cream
$3 -- pie only
$1 -- ice cream only
Through faith we come to know Christ as Savior, but the moment of conversion is not the end of our journey of faith. God calls us to trust Him and stop depending on our own personal perspectives about life as we seek to follow Him with whole hearts. Together we will explore the life of faith and consider the lives of two New Testament women who demonstrated a commitment to walking by faith, not fear. Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your hearts to him, for God is our refuge. (Psalm 62:8)
Description: Like it or not the ‘pelvic issues’ (all things sexual) are front and center barriers to the Gospel in our generation… and we are failing at this. Why is this happening? It seems like your culture is slipping more and more into an abyss of sexual sin. Can it be stopped? Can we learn anything from past generations? Come see that not only can it be stopped but how the light of the Gospel shines brightest in the dark and that the Church was made for ‘such a time as this.’
$5 -- Brats and Sweet Corn Supper
David Welter, retired local baseball coach and principal, shares his journey as a cancer survivor in his book Reflections from the Home Team...Go the Distance. That journey has been an adventure, painful at times but also richly rewarding. David will share with those in attendance how he has used God's Word as a guiding light when faced with the difficult challenges of his journey. He will also share a variety of stories that have impacted him as to the importance of having a "Home Team," both human and divine, to summon the strength, love and support needed to achieve success in meeting any challenges that may come our way. The seminar will be interactive including discussion of encouraging attitudes, spiritual insights and steps to consider with the challenges shared To learn more about the book and it's purpose, visit his website at: http://www.reflectionsfromthehometeam.com.