HOW DOES GOD SPEAK TO US TODAY?
Do you have a difficult decision to make, but aren’t sure about the will of God for your life? Have you been wondering why people talk about hearing God’s voice, but you haven’t experienced anything like it? Or maybe you are conflicted, hearing God say different things. In various ways, we all need to come to grips with the important question: How does God speak to us today? We want to help you get hold of this question and offer you a Biblical answer. We hope you join us on April 6-7, 2018! Register Today!
4 Speeches on various topics related to how God speaks today:
- “How does God Speak to us Today?”
- “The Spirit and the Word: God’s Transformative Power in the Christian Life”
- “Light in the Grey Areas: Scripture and Difficult Ethical Decisions”
- “Preaching as the Word of God”
2 Experienced speakers, passionate about God and the church today
1 Lunch offered by donation
1 Panel Discussion featuring your questions
1 Book stand providing great Christian resources
About the Speakers
Pastor Julius VanSpronsen
After serving as minister of the Word in Smithers, BC (2002-2007), Pastor Julius VanSpronsen and his family moved to Brazil (2007-2016) where he served as a church planter and established a seminary where he also served as a professor. In 2016 they moved to Edmonton, AB where he now is a minister of a dynamic congregation that is actively pursuing different opportunities to reach out to their neighbour with the gospel. He is married and has 7 children between the ages of 18 and 1, and he loves spending time with them all. In their spare time they enjoy spending time together in God’s beautiful creation, camping, fishing and different sports.
Pastor Tim Schouten
Tim Schouten is pastor of the Prince George Canadian Reformed Church. In 2012 he received his Masters of Divinity, and then taught grades 11-12 in a Christian high school for three years. He and his wife Linnet and their four children moved to Prince George in April 2016, and he was ordained as a minister in May of the same year. He loves the subject of Christian ethics, and in 2012 he had the privilege of teaching a college-level ethics course. If he is not in his office you might find Pastor Tim playing pick-up hockey at the local rink or exploring the Prince George outdoors with his family and a camera.
The 2018 Conference will be hosted in the Canadian Reformed Church building on the corner of 15th and Ospika, beside the Tim Hortons.
4110 – 15th Ave
Prince George, BC