There will be a brief congregational. meeting. right after the worship service to inform the church body that we plan to partner with “The Center” http://www.centerconsulting.org/ ,a church consultant, to help us plan for the future here at Grace.
Rev. Ken Keeler, Director of Church Ministries at Exchanged Life Ministries of Greater Philadelphia and former senior pastor at Grace Bible Church, has been invited to share three timely biblical prophecy teaching and a Q&A session on Saturday, November 11th starting at 3:00 PM. At 5:15 PM a dinner will be served. See details below.
The Theme of the Conference – What’s Next For The Middle East & How Does It Affect Us?
ISIS, IRAN, RUSSIA, ISRAEL
Shown below is the schedule for the day:
Session #1 3:00 PM
Intermission 4:00 PM
Session #2 4:15 PM
Dinner 5:15 PM
Session #3 6:00 PM
Q & A 7:00 PM
Plan to come out to this special event and bring along a friend to hear that in the midst of the current world upheavals such as unprecedented catastrophic natural disasters, nuclear threats from rogue dictators, escalating world conflicts, terroristic atrocities, etc. , there is hope in Christ!
Our Guest Speaker –
Rev. Ken Keeler joined Exchanged Life Ministries of Greater Philadelphia full-time as Director of Church Ministries in 2016. He represents Exchanged Life Ministries in local churches by preaching expositional sermons and sharing the ministries they offer to the local church, which are Christ-centered counseling, men & ladies conferences, spiritual growth seminars, prophecy conferences, spiritual gift seminars, couples’ retreats, and life coaching.
Ken Keeler’s many years of ministry have been primarily focused on teaching God’s Word, discipling believers, and helping many people come to the knowledge of who they are in Christ. The Lord has particularly burdened him to minister to pastors and their congregations, encouraging them to learn how to have victory in their Christian lives and grow to maturity in Christ. Ken is a graduate of Philadelphia College of Bible (now Cairn University) and has served 34 years as a pastor.