Posted by on May 16, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

PRTS

“Today’s Christians live in a culture shaped by a worldview that values tolerance and denies absolute truth—a stark contrast to the biblical worldview. As pilgrims in this world, we face the challenge of living in a society that embraces wickedness more brazenly than ever before. In light of these threats, it is vital that the church bring “into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ” (2 Cor. 10:5), standing firm on the truths of God’s Word. Please consider joining us, then, as we take up the important theme of the beauty and glory of the Christian worldview at the 2016 Puritan Reformed Conference, August 25–27. The church of Jesus Christ must remain steadfast in its conviction that the Lord has provided a better way for mankind, and that way starts and ends in Jesus Christ.

It is my hope and prayer that each conference attendee, speaker, and worker will be emboldened to say with C. H. Spurgeon, “The Christian, while in the world, is not to be of the world. He should be distinguished from it in the great object of his life. To him, ‘to live,’ should be ‘Christ.’ Whether he eats, or drinks, or whatever he does, he should do all
to God’s glory.”

In addition to several PRTS faculty speakers, our guest speakers will include Dr. Derek Thomas, Dr. Brian Cosby, and Dr. Charles Barrett. I cannot commend these men highly enough to you. If you want to better understand how to live in this world but not be of it, you will not want to miss this year’s conference.

While making plans to attend this year’s conference, you will want to take advantage of the low-cost accommodations at the Prince Conference Center. To make your reservation today, call 1-866-526-7200.

We look forward to seeing you in August.

Speakers: Charles Barrett, Michael Barrett, Joel Beeke, Gerald Bilkes, Brian Cosby, Mark Kelderman, David Murray, and Derek Thomas.”

For more information and to register: PRTS Conference.

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