Secret Church Simulcast
7pm - 1am April 24, 2015
How many Bibles do you have sitting around your house, or on your phone? Five? Ten? We certainly have no shortage of the Word being distributed in our community. However, this is not the case for many of our Christian brothers and sisters around the world today. In many places it is very difficult for Christians to access the Word of God. In some countries, people don’t have the means to purchase a Bible. Others have no place to go to purchase one. In some countries, the Bible is only allowed to be distributed in the non-native tongue, or to purchase a bible one must be registered with the government or be a foreigner.
So what do they do? They meet together in each other’s homes as often as they can, often in secret, because practicing Christianity is not legal in their country. But sometimes meeting as often as they can means meeting only once a month, therefore, the congregating church will meet for as long as they can to intake as much of the Bible as possible at one time.
Secret Church is an evening where we empathize with these brothers and sisters and commit to meeting together for an extended period of time for one night to bask in the glories of the One who bought our lives with His own. It is an annual simulcast featuring David Platt, current president of the International Mission Board, that will be covering current issues surrounding Christ, Culture, and a Call to Action. As you join us for a full evening of deep study in God’s Word, here’s what you need to know:
- It’s long! The simulcast is from 7pm to 1am, but you can always leave earlier if you need to.
- You'll receive a thorough study guide if you register by the registration deadline of April 12.
- There will be worship and prayer time interspersed, as well as brief breaks for food and fellowship.
Registration ends April 12:
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Posted on Thu, March 12, 2015
by Michael McNeil