Thomas White, Jeremy Pierre, and Mike Hess served as speakers for this special gathering of the Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio Regular Baptist Associations. Over 400 were in attendance for this special gathering. 42 displayers from a variety of ministries provided helpful information for those in attendance. Kathy Schroder shared an impactful session for women on Tuesday afternoon. Each state association planned for future ministry initiatives during business sessions on Tuesday afternoon.
The Tri-State Conference featured fellowship opportunities each day of the conference. Special concerts were held on Monday (Heartsong from Cedarville University) and Tuesday (Emmanuel Baptist Church) evening. Clarks Summit University (Monday) and Continental Baptist Missions (Tuesday) provided evening fellowship gatherings. Lunch (Cedarville University) and breakfast (Regular Baptist Church) gatherings were also featured.
Ken Floyd’s Upcoming Itinerary:
Ken is available for Sunday speaking ministries in 2020 and beyond. He is also available to share in special ministry seminars, consultations, and pastoral search orientations.
November 15 Ministry consultation
November 17-20 GARBC Council of 18 meetings
December 6-8 Weekend ministry consultation
January 5 Calvary Baptist Church, Lake City, MI
We are grateful for your prayer support as Ken and Sharon travel and minister.
The following information is provided by the “Michigan Values Life” coalition:
An opportunity is before Michigan citizens. By working together, we can ban the inhumane abortion procedure known as the D&E or dilation and evacuation method. This method of abortion uses surgical instruments to forcibly remove arms and legs from a living human being in the womb.
Michigan’s Constitution allows the people to initiate legislation through a petition. The petition seeks legislation that would amend our partial-birth abortion ban by adding the equally horrific dismemberment abortion procedure to that ban. The advantage of this approach is that the bill’s language cannot be changed by the legislature, but more importantly, it cannot be vetoed by Governor Whitmer! We need to collect 400,000 signatures, and we have 180 days to do it, starting on June 26, 2019.
Petitions, bulletin inserts, and other materials at the link provided below.