Very excited about the end of this month. Very grateful to have Dr. Voddie Baucham coming all the way from Zambia, Africa to speak for our Epiphany Lectures on Friday and Saturday, January 27-28. This year the conference is titled: One Blood: How Christ Reconciles vs. The Liberal Agenda. The conference is FREE, but space is limited and therefore you must register to save your spot, which you can do here. You’ll note that it is possible to make a donation at registration to help defray costs which (if you are able) is most appreciated. Also, please like and share the Facebook event page, since everybody knows that events don’t happen if that don’t have an event page on Facebook.
Also of note: Collegiate Reformed Fellowship, the joint college ministry of Trinity Reformed Church and Christ Church, is hosting an event with Dr. Voddie Bachaum: Why Gay is Not the New Black on sexuality and civil rights and the gospel. This event is at the University of Idaho Sub Ballroom at 7:30pm on Thursday, January 26th. The Facebook event page for that can be found here. Share, share, share.
And if all of that weren’t enough: there’s one more opportunity to hear Dr. Baucham speak and that will be at the New St. Andrew’s College Disputatio at 3pm on Friday, January 27th at the Nuart Theater. This will be a unique event since (for some reason) NSA has agreed to allow Crosspolitic Studios take over Disputatio. Gabriel Rench (the waterboy), Chocolate Knox (aka David Shannon), and myself will be hosting a live recording of an episode of the Crosspolitic podcast with Dr. Voddie Baucham and Pastor Douglas Wilson. The general theme will once again be something related to race and the church, but it will likely also include the usual banter and discussion you’ve come to appreciate (haven’t you?) about Crosspolitic. Again, feel free to invite your friends, neighbors, etc.