Be in Health Real Solutions Tour 2019

We want to invite you, your friends, and your family to join us in 2019 to attend 1 of 16 conferences we are doing nationwide on our Real Solutions Tour. There you will learn the foundations for healing and restoration in every area of your life and find the Real Solutions you have been looking for.

Friday, April 26, 1PM through Saturday, April 27, 6PM
DoubleTree by Hilton-Cincinnati Airport | 2826 Terminal Dr. Hebron, Kentucky

Many people have come to us after many years of trying everything, frustrated and tired, but were rejuvenated with hope and experienced lasting healing they found nowhere else.

Along with teaching we will also be doing laying on hands ministry at the end of each conference to allow our Father to come and work powerfully in our brothers and sisters lives.

There is no fee to attend. Freewill offerings will be taken and our resources will be available for purchase.

During the conference, we will have two exclusive Q&A events with the Be in Health® team. Dinner Friday evening and lunch Saturday afternoon. Seating is limited so reserve your seat today!

For information, see the Be in Health website.

Dr. Henry Wright and Be in Health® would love to teach you how to be an overcomer: to come alongside you and show you how to recognize the root issues behind disease and to overcome the works of the enemy in your life. Issues like, bitterness, rejection and fear, anxiety, and stress (just to name a few) that break down relationships and lead to disease.

May we lead you into restored relationships with God, others and even yourself?

We believe that when your spirit is healed and recovered that your body with follow suit. Thousands of people are healed and whole because of the principles they’ve learned here at Be in Health®. And we strive to provide a safe, nurturing environment for you, our brothers and sisters.

If you were given the opportunity to learn not just how to survive but to truly thrive would you take it?

We would like to extend that opportunity to you right now. We invite you to walk with us in our mission to establish generations of overcomers: “May the very God of peace sanctify you wholly; and I pray God your whole spirit and soul and body be preserved blameless unto the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.” (1 Thessalonians 5:23)

2019 Educational Policy Conference

The Homefront – Preserving Our Foundations…
Family, School, Church, & Nation
Thursday–Saturday, January 24–26, 2019 at Hilton St. Louis Frontenac

EPC 30 will present Tucker Carlson, Coach Joe Kennedy, Eric Metaxas, Mitzi Perdue and a variety of others. Don’t miss this fabulous line-up of speakers!

Additionally, experts from across the nation will address teachers, administrators, elected officials, parents, and members of the community who are committed to restoring educational standards based on foundational principles. They will discuss how to recapture excellence in education, equipping participants to tackle their own local educational problems.

Keynote Speakers

Register Today

Hilton St. Louis Frontenac
1335 Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63131
(314) 993-1100

Special rates available through January 15, 2019.

All Speakers

Tucker Carlson
“Men/Dads and America’s Survival”
American conservative political commentator, reporter, author, and columnist who hosts the nightly political talk show Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News.
epcconference.org/speakers/tucker-carlson

Eric Metaxas
“The Founding Principles in our Founding Documents”
Eclectic writer, with contributions to VeggieTales, Chuck Colson, and The New York Times. His biographies, children’s books, and works of popular apologetics have been translated into Albanian, Portuguese,Spanish, Korean, and Macedonian.
epcconference.org/speakers/eric-metaxas

Michelle Bachmann
The first Republican woman to represent Minnesota in the U.S. House of Representatives serving for eight years and she was a candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. She is a national expert on the Islamic terrorist threat.
epcconference.org/speakers/michele-bachmann

Charlie Kirk
“Turning College Students Conservative”
Founder and executive director of Turning Point USA, a national student movement dedicated to identifying, organizing, and empowering young people to promote the principles of free markets, and limited government.
epcconference.org/speakers/charles-kirk

William Federer
Nationally known speaker, best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America’s noble heritage. Bill’s American Minute radio feature is broadcast daily across America and by the Internet. His Faith in History television airs on the TCT Network on stations across America and via DirectTV. He was a former U.S. Congressional candidate and appeared on numerous national and local TV and radio programs and networks.
epcconference.org/speakers/william-federer

Dr. Mark Bauerlien
“The Dumbest Generation – How the Digital Age Stupefies”
English professor at Emory University and senior editor of First Things journal. He serves, in addition, as a Visitor of Ralston College, a start-up liberal arts college in Savannah.
epcconference.org/speakers/dr-mark-bauerlien

Anne Schlafly Cori
“Is Socialism Fair and Free?”
Chairman of Eagle Forum and has served on Eagle Forum boards of directors for ten years.
epcconference.org/speakers/anne-schlafly-cori

Tina Marie Griffin
“How to Preserve Virtue”
Former actress, pop culture expert, and leading media expert who has revealed how pop culture and media is glamorizing harmful behaviors without showing the consequences and how these messages are eroding the foundational development of today’s youth.
https://epcconference.org/speakers/tina-griffin

Caroline C. Lewis
“How to Reach the Millennials”
Writer and advocate for human dignity, religious freedom, and free-market solutions to global economic problems.
epcconference.org/speakers/caroline-c-lewis

Coach Joe Kennedy
“Standing for Christ in Public Schools”
Former head coach for the Bremerton High School junior varsity football team and an assistant coach for the varsity team who was fired for privately taking a knee in 15-second silent prayer after high school football games.
epcconference.org/speakers/coach-joe-kennedy

Dr. Peter Lillbeck
“The Intersection of Religion & Politics”
President and professor of historical theology and church history at Westminster Theological Seminary serves as the president of The Providence Forum and senior editor of the new Unio cum Christo: An International Journal of Reformed Theology and Life.
epcconference.org/speakers/dr-peter-lillbeck

Frank Turek
“How to Persuade”
Dynamic speaker and award-winning author or coauthor of three books: I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist; Correct, Not Politically Correct; and Legislating Morality. He is president of CrossExamined.org.
epcconference.org/speakers/frank-turek

Mitzi Perdue
“How to Keep Families Together”
Author, speaker, and businesswoman, holds a BA with honors degree from Harvard University and an MPA from the George Washington University.
epcconference.org/speakers/frank-turek

Melanie Hempe, RN
“What Brain Research Shows about Technology and Kids”
Founder and president Families Managing Media, which empowers parents to confidently develop a balanced digital media lifestyle.
epcconference.org/speakers/melanie-hempe-rn

Dr. Roy Spencer
“Corruption of Science”
Dr. Roy Spencer received his Ph.D. in meteorology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1981. Before becoming a Principal Research Scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville in 2001, he was a Senior Scientist for Climate Studies at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, where he and Dr. John Christy received NASA’s Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal for their global temperature monitoring work with satellites. Dr. Spencer’s work with NASA continues as the U.S. Science Team leader for the Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer flying on NASA’s Aqua satellite. He has provided congressional testimony several times on the subject of global warming.
epcconference.org/speakers/dr-roy-spencer

Frank Gaffney
“Muslim Brotherhood’s Stranglehold on American Schools”
Frank Gaffney is the Founder and President of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C. The Center is a not-for-profit, non-partisan educational corporation established in 1988. Under Mr. Gaffney’s leadership, the Center has been nationally and internationally recognized as a resource for timely, informed and penetrating analyses of foreign and defense policy matters.
epcconference.org/speakers/frank-gaffney

Phil Vischer Headlining Christian Leadership Conference

On November 11th, Christian leaders from business and nonprofit worlds will gather in Carmel to share wisdom and encouragement at America’s Best Hope 2016.

Phil Vischer, the creator of VeggieTales, will headline this year’s event. “I think everybody who builds things or leads things has dreams of how it should turn out,” Phil shared in an interview with America’s Best Hope. “The reality is that very seldom does it turn out the way we dream about it and we imagine it. Christian values are often more longterm. Y’know, just being kind, showing the fruit of the Spirit, doesn’t necessarily move the needle in the next quarter, but it might move the needle in the next decade.

“For business leaders, it’s really a question of, ‘Why do I do this? Why do I get up in the morning? Why do I come into work? What’s my ultimate goal? Am I focusing on outcomes, or am I focusing on my relationship with God and what He’s called me to do on a daily basis?'”

Here’s highlights from last year’s conference:

You can attend the LIVE event in Carmel or tune in at one of the satellite locations across the country. The LIVE event will be held from 8AM–4PM at Northview Church (12900 Hazel Dell Parkway, Carmel). Doors open at 7AM. This event is very likely to sell out, so reserve your ticket today!

If you’d be interested in meeting up with the Afikomag community during or after this event, email info@afikomag.com or call/text Hannah at (765) 438-1228.

 

full speaker lineup for America’s Best Hope 2016

Phil Vischer, Founder & CEO of JellyfishLabs and Creator of VeggieTales

Kirk Perry, President, Brand Solutions at Google

Anne Graham Lotz, President of AnGel Ministries

Dee Ann Turner, Vice President of Enterprise Social Responsibility at Chick-fil-a

Jim Munroe, Christian Illusionist

Col. Lee Ellis, Founder and President of Leadership Freedom and FreedomStar Media

Ray Hilbert, Co-Founder of Truth at Work

Fanchon Stinger, Evening News Coanchor at FOX59

 

Sign me up!

 

See more video highlights from previous conferences >>

Cultivating Lovely – A Women’s Conference

What makes you lovely?

This question is so easy for us to answer about others but not so easy to ask ourselves. As women, we need to redeem our appreciation for who God created us to be. We need to discover what truly makes us lovely.

This conference, Cultivating Lovely, is by and for young adult women. It will take place from April 29 at 6:30PM to April 30 at 1PM at Hazel Dell Christian Church’s Student Center (14501 Hazel Dell Pkwy., Carmel, IN). For more information about each speaker, see cultivatinglovely.com/speakers-1.

By the end of this conference, our hope is that you will confidently be able to answer this question and learn how to cultivate and find your lovely.

 

Schedule

Friday, April 29 | 7-9PM

Doors open at 6:30PM
Conference begins at 7PM
Worship – Kyle Hastings
Ashley Scott Onusic – What Makes You Lovely?
Hayley Morgan – Being Under His Banner

Saturday, April 30 | 9AM-1PM

Worship – Kyle Hastings
Ashlee Edgerton – Loving Him by Loving Our Body Image
Krista Dunbar – Loving Him Despite Our Emotions

Breakout Speakers:

  • Anna Scott – Marriage
  • Leah Hahn – Singleness
  • Jessica Bello – Mamahood
  • Liz Henderson – Loving Him through Tragedy

Q&A

Are you in? Tickets are $25 and available at cultivatinglovely.com/register.

For more information, see the conference website at cultivatinglovely.com!

Think|16 Is the Church Still Necessary?

THINK|16 is an annual weekend where College Park Church focuses on theology and its real and practical implications for daily life. This year, Pastor Mark Dever will take on the question “Is the Church still necessary?”

THINK|16 is an annual weekend where College Park Church focuses on theology and its real and practical implications for daily life. This year, Pastor Mark Dever will take on the question “Is the Church still necessary?”

For more information or to register, contact Shannon Lewis at slewis@yourchurch.com.

 

SCHEDULE

Friday Evening, March 4

6-7PM – Doors open/Registration/Bookstore opens

7-7:15PM – Worship

7:15-7:25PM – Welcome & Introduction, Joe Bartemus, Pastor of Theological Development

7:25-8:45PM – Session 1

 

Saturday Morning/Afternoon, March 5

8-8:45AM – Doors open/Refreshments/Bookstore Open

8:45-9AM – Worship

9-10AM – Session 2

10-10:30AM – Break/Bookstore Open

10:30-11:30AM – Session 3

11:30AM-1PM – Lunch Break (On your own; pick up a list of nearby restaurants at the welcome desk. Parents of children participating in kidTHINK will need to pick up their children for the lunch break. Lunch is provided onsite for children in child care.)

1-1:15PM – Worship

1:15-2:15PM – Panel Discussion/Q&A

2:15-2:30PM – Break/Bookstore Open

2:30-3:30PM – Session 4

 

Sunday Morning, March 6

Join the entire College Park Church family for a morning worship service with Pastor Mark Dever preaching at 8, 9:45, or 11:30AM.

 

For more information or to register, contact Shannon Lewis at slewis@yourchurch.com.

Intentional Leadership Women’s Conference

Designed for women by the Women’s Business Council.

Activities include: Keynote Speaker, 3 Breakout Sessions

A box lunch will be provided to all, and flash drives with presentations will be given to the first 100 to arrive.

Keynote Speaker: Lori Hoback, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US LLC

For more information on the speakers, breakout sessions and topics go to: http://greaterkokomo.chambermaster.com/events/details/intentional-leadership-women-s-conference-309

Room for Doubt Conference

East 91st Street Christian Church

We live in a secular culture that is either indifferent or hostile to the Christian faith. This has been the reality on our university campuses for decades. However, all you have to do is pay attention to current events to see that the majority within our culture either deal with skepticism or wholesale rejection of the Biblical worldview. If you were raised in the church there is the tension between what you have been taught and the pull of what our culture says is right and true in questions such as:

  • Who is Jesus?
  • Can I trust the Bible
  • How do I determine what is true?
  • What should I believe and how I should live?
  • How should you engage the world around you about the claims of Christ?

Students and adults are invited to express their questions and explore answers at the Room for Doubt Conference.

Cost: This is a free conference.  

Questions? Email RFDConference@gmail.com.

Register now!

Conference Schedule

Friday, October 2

  • 5:30–6:30PM – Registration
  • 6:30–9:00PM – Main Sessions 1 & 2

Saturday, October 3

  • 8:30–10:00AM – Main Session 3
  • 10:30AM–12:15PM – Workshops
  • 12:15-1:15PM – Lunch
  • 1:15–2:30PM – Main Session 4
  • 3:00–4:30PM – Panel/Q&A

Main Session Topics include:

  • Building Bridges to the Gospel
  • A Rational Approach to Apologetics
  • Defeater Beliefs to Christianity:
    • God is a moral monster
    • Miracles are not possible
    • The problem of pain
  • Positive Evidences for Christianity:
    • Truth (& Postmodernism)
    • God’s Existence
    • The Bible, Jesus, & the Resurrection

Main Speaker

Dr. Paul Gould is an assistant professor of Philosophy and Apologetics at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX. He earned his Masters in Philosophy and Ethics from Talbot School of Theology and his Ph.D in Philosophy from Purdue University. Paul and his wife Ethel have served with the campus ministry of Cru where he has given national leadership to ministries with both students and faculty. You can read more about Paul along with some of his books, articles and talks at paul-gould.com.

Workshops

Anchors Away Ministry
How to address the emotional tension between what we have been taught and what we are experiencing in our culture. Led by Nancy Fitzgerald. Great for students, parents and grandparents.

The Crescent Project
The Crescent Project’s mission is to inspire, equip and serve the Church to reach Muslims with the Gospel of Christ for the Glory of God. It is our vision to see a day when fear is replaced with love and millions of Christians are actively sharing the truth of Christ with millions of Muslims for the glory of God. We do this through prayer, training, local outreach, and short-term trips. Led by David Dryden.

Truth at Work
Purpose to your work—understanding and living out a Biblical worldview for your work and career. Led by Ray Hilbert.

BioGenesis Project and the Indiana Creation Science Association
Evidences for Creation: Does it really matter? What’s the difference between evolution and creation? Can I believe in both? Does the scientific evidence support creation? Where do the dinosaurs fit in? Was there a global flood as the Bible states? If so, where did the water come from and where did it go? What about the strata and the fossils? What about Pluto, the recent NASA fly-by and the solar system? Was there a Big Bang? Led by Tom Foltz.

For more information, visit the E91 website!