August 07, 2022
3738 Old Penia Road Cordele, GA 31015
JOIN US AUGUST 7TH AT 6:00 PM FOR A VERY SPECIAL TIME OF BIBLICAL TEACHING FROM GOD'S WORD AS WE HOST CREATION MINISTRIES, DR. JONATHAN SARFATI
COME EARLY, SEATING IS LIMITED!
This is a church event at which Dr. Jonathan Sarfati (Creation Ministries) will present for the regular evening service time (6:00 PM). The presentation demonstrates how the Gospel message is rooted in the book of Genesis and provides evidence to support the reliability of the Bible's record of origins.
Attendance is free and all are welcome. Creation resources will be available before and after the service.
There is no doubt that Jonathan is regarded as one of the world’s leading Christian apologists when it comes to Bible/science-related issues and the book of Genesis. His esteemed body of work includes his Refuting series of books, which are not only some of the biggest-selling creationist books ever but are regarded as keystone books in the defense of a six-day, straightforward understanding of Genesis—both scientifically and theologically. His latest and most important book is The Genesis Account, a thorough 800-page theological and scientific commentary on Genesis 1–11.
Here’s your chance to hear a clear, logical defense of the faith, starting in Genesis, and why this issue is vitally important if we are to make a difference in our families and communities.
Creation Ministries International (CMI) exists to support the effective proclamation of the Gospel by providing credible answers that affirm the reliability of the Bible, in particular its Genesis history.
CMI has offices in Australia, Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, South Africa, and the United States of America.
- Our Motto: Proclaiming the truth and authority of the Bible
- Our Vision: To see the Lord Jesus Christ honored as Creator and Saviour of the world
- Our Mission: To support the effective proclamation of the Gospel by providing credible answers that affirm the reliability of the Bible, in particular, its Genesis history