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    Man Night and Dude Food

    Chow down on some delicious t-bone steaks (dude food) and watch the latest Tony Evans film, “Kingdom Men Rising” at Man Night on July 14. This recently released film features internationally acclaimed pastor, author and men’s conference speaker, Tony Evans. 

    “Kingdom Men Rising” takes a journey that challenges cultural trends to discover what it means to be a real man.

    Special guests who share their real-life stories include: 

    • Grammy award winning entertainer Kirk Franklin
    • Hall of Fame wide receiver of the Oakland Raiders Tim Brown
    • Former Seattle Seahawks quarterback and present Dallas Cowboys quarterback coach Jon Kitna
    • Super Bowl winning coach of the Indianapolis Colts Tony Dungy
    • Former Philadelphia Eagles defensive back and present NFL vice president Troy Vincent
    • American Christian hip hop recording artist Lecrae

    “Kingdom Men Rising” is entertaining and humorous as it challenges men with an honest portrayal of today’s man that is countered by God’s original design.

    Come on down and hang out with us. See you there!

  • The Insanity of God

    Mark your calendars for March 27 at 6:00 p.m. 

    Celebrate Recovery at Severns Valley will host the showing of The Insanity of God movie at the State Theatre in Elizabethtown. This Lifeway/IMB produced is about the persecuted church through the eyes of Nik and Ruth Ripken. Nik and Ruth were colleagues and are Bev’s and my personal friends. 

    This true movie account shows the suffering experienced by the persecuted church and the faithfulness of those believers as they share Christ and follow Him in the most dangerous and difficult circumstances. It will touch your heart and you will be encouraged by the accounts of faithfulness and hope of those walking in Christ. You will walk away challenged and humbled in your own walk with Christ. 

    So, invite a friend or neighbor to come with you. Remember, this movie is PG-13 because of the violence and suffering in it. 

    Pastor Ray