We are changing the name of our National Conference in Asheville, October 30-Nov 1, from “Church and Family 2014” to “The Power of the Gospel – Transforming Church and Family.” We are not changing the name because we are changing the focus of the conference. We have done this because we realized our original title was fuzzy and made it hard to know what the conference was about.
As we originally designed, the conference will focus on the spiritual foundation of church and family life – the transforming power of the gospel. We will examine the various elements of the gospel’s power at work in repentance, faith, worship, the filling of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God, as well as divine love at work in foreknowledge, justification, sanctification, perseverance, sovereignty and glorification.
Other Conference Tweaks This Year
You will experience some differences compared to past NCFIC conferences.
More fellowship time
We will start later in the morning and end earlier in the evening
More time for lunch and dinner
More time together in the main auditorium
We will keep the crowd together in the main auditorium during the entire conference with one exception. We are offering only one breakout track on Friday morning where conferees can choose from among 11 messages.
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