Spend Your Vacation with AiG

It’s not too early to start planning your summer family vacation. We invite you to join us in beautiful Branson, Missouri, for Proclaiming the Faith. This family conference will be one week you and your family will not want to miss. Solid biblical teaching and lasting memories will make this a vacation of a lifetime.

Todd Friel

Mark Spence

Joining me will be a great line-up of speakers, including Todd Friel who is host of Wretched Radio and Wretched TV, Mark Spence of Living Waters Ministry (and dean of Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort’s School of Biblical Evangelism), as well as most of our dynamic AiG speakers. There will be special music from world renowned pianist and composer John Elliott, and our own Buddy Davis.

We will also have exciting workshops for kids (ages 7–12), a teen track, and special sessions just for women featuring Georgia Purdom. The schedule will leave plenty of time for you enjoy the many family friendly attractions such as Sight & Sound Theater (which offer discounts for our attendees) and the beautiful scenery of the Ozark Mountains.

There are also some great hotels that are providing super rates for our attendees. Check them out here.

Remember when you register before April 11, you can take advantage of our special early-bird discount rate and save even more.

Visit www.proclaimingthefaith.org for complete details, schedule, discounts and registration.

Special Honor

Yesterday, I traveled to Mid-Continent University (a Christian university) near Mayfield, Kentucky, to speak to students and faculty. Also, students from a local Christian school attended. I was greatly surprised to learn just minutes before I spoke that the university was conferring an honorary doctorate upon me for what the ministry of AiG has contributed to the Christian world. I quickly had to put on a gown and then walk to the auditorium where they bestowed the honorary doctorate before I gave the presentation I had been asked to give. I will share more about this event later.

President Robert Imhoff of Mid-Continent University during the ceremony yesterday.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken