Let me briefly point souls thirsty to hear the Word to three fountains I think you’ll appreciate:
One – for a Christian take on the political moment, we have an online meeting scheduled this evening with Drs. Ardel B. Caneday and P. Andrew Sandlin, and veteran ministers David Smith and Bob Dalberg.
Two – the Common Slaves Fall conference is only three days away. This Friday, Nov. 30, Dr. Ardel Caneday will be presenting on the doctrine of the assurance of salvation and the perseverance of the saints, addressing the relationship between the faith and works and how to understand the Bible’s many passages warning us to trust and obey or be lost forever. Registration is free but required so the good folks at Lifespring have enough lunch prepared.
Three – On Sunday Nov. 8, from 4-8PM First Presbyterian Church in Hinckley will be hosting a series of three addresses on Our Heavenly Hope: The blessedness of dying in the Lord. This will be the grand finale to a long string of annual conferences (15 years now I think) hosted by First Pres. and organized by Pastor Kevin Carr, whom I hold in highest esteem. Kevin is retiring in a few months after over three decades in Hinckley, and I am all the better for his ministry and will be all the poorer for his retirement.
Schedule is as follows:
4:00 Pastor Steve Johnson (Trinity Pres., Rochester) Heavenly Worship
5:00 Mr. Randy Smith (Providence Reformed Baptist, Richfield) Heavenly Fellowship
6:00 Chili Cook-off
7:00 Pastor Steve Carr (Grace Reformed Church, Rogers, Ark.) Heavenly Glory
First Pres. is located just east of town at:
1813 Fire Monument Road
Hinckley, MN 55037
top image shamelessly borrowed from someone on the internet who obviously borrowed it from someone else.