First Baptist participates in simulcast
IRONTON -- First Baptist Church in Ironton is participating in Beth Moore's "Living Proof Live" Simulcast on Saturday, Sept. 13. Cost to attend is $20, which includes the simulcast, music and worship, and a continental breakfast, full lunch and snacks.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. at the church, located at 304 S. 5th St., Ironton. The event concludes at 4:15 p.m.
Moore, a best-selling author and Bible teacher, will be simulcast via live Internet streaming from Fort Wayne, Indiana. "Living Proof Live" is sponsored by Nashville-based publishing company LifeWay Christian Resources.
"Beth's teaching is some of the most profound I've ever heard," Kim Trobee, associate pastor to women at New Life Church in Colorado, said in a news release about the simulcast. "Her knowledge of the Word and her passionate delivery never fail to get right to the heart of the matter."
The event both challenges and encourages women to grow deeply in their faith.
"I have served in women's ministry for over 20 years now, and there is just no other event like Living Proof Live," women's ministry leader Missy Kintzel said in the news release. "It is one event our women do not want to miss." Dove award-winning musical artist Travis Cottrell, who also serves as worship pastor of Englewood Baptist Church in Jackson, Tenn., is slated to lead worship for the simulcast event.
For tickets to the First Baptist Church simulcast, call the church at 740-532-1240; call Ramona McCollister at 740-532-8372; or call Annetta Molter at 740-533-0590.
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