CrossLife Community Church is hosting a one-week Worldview and Apologetics Conference for young adults aged 13 to 19, July 10-15, 2016, where leaders will cover topics related to biblical worldview, apologetics, biblical stewardship, personal discipleship, evangelism and missions.
Some of our scheduled speakers include:
- Del Tackett, founder of The Truth Project curriculum by Focus on the Family
- Jennifer Marshall, vice president of The Heritage Foundation and an expert on family, marriage, religious liberty, and other areas
- Axis, a vibrant apologetics ministry whose mission is to empower the next generation to think clearly and critically about what they believe and take ownership of their faith
- Todd Cothran, former curriculum and research director at Summit Ministries. Todd has spoken extensively on worldview and apologetics to both teens and adults. He is currently the pastor of CrossLife Community Church (host and sponsor of the conference)
- Click here for the conference schedule.
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Helping the Next Generation Think Well
SPECIAL MONDAY EVENING EVENT
July 11, 2016, 6:30 p.m., at CrossLife
Aimed at pastors, youth pastors, parents, and others who work with young people
In conjunction with, but separate from, the Think Well Conference, CrossLife is hosting an evening with Del Tackett
and AXIS (apologetics ministry) aimed at pastors, youth pastors,
parents, and anyone who interacts with teens and young people on a
regular basis (or want to be equipped to do so!). This session will
focus on how you, as an influencer of young people, can lead others
(whether a congregation, classroom, small group, or your own families)
to think well about the issues of our day from a
Christ-centered, biblical worldview. The evening will feature about an
hour of speaking followed by a time of Q&A.
You do NOT need to register for the Monday event. The event is free, with
seating on a first-come, first-served basis.