Saints In Action Day to be held Thursday, September 10
Please mark Thursday, September 10, 2015, on your calendar for this year’s Saints In Action Day: “Listening With Older Ears” at Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Missouri. This is a special day when senior saints are invited to visit our campus for fellowship and encouragement. The day’s events will begin with registration at 9:00 a.m. We anticipate the day’s activities to conclude at 3:15 p.m.
You will hear three preachers from different generations develop the topic "Listening With Older Ears." You will also enjoy singing songs of praise throughout the day. Chuck Sackett is the preaching minister at Madison Park Christian Church in Quincy, IL. He joined the staff at Madison Park in 1999. He has also served at Lincoln Christian University as a professor. William Walton, Professor Emeritus of Christian Ministries, joined the staff at Central in 1980. He served as the Dean of Students for 25 years and continues to teach Christian counseling and ministry courses. Jason Poznich came to CCCB in 2014 and serves as the Professor of Preaching and Bible. He serves as the cross-country coach in addition to teaching. Michael Walton will be leading us in singing thorughout the day. He graduated from CCCB in 2012. He is the Associate Minister of Worship and Discipleship at the Ninth Street Christian Church in Eldon, MO. Michael is grandson of William Walton.
Please try to make your reservations by Monday, September 7. Reservations can be made at www.cccb.edu/events by phone at 660-263-3900 ext. 147, or by email at email@example.com. Late registrations are accepted, but the early reservations help us with food preparation and set-up. They are not required to attend. Please specify if you have special dietary requirements (i.e. diabetic, gluten free, etc.) when you call or email.
The $20 per person/$35 married couple cost covers all sessions and food functions, and tickets will be available on the day of the event. There is a $5 discount for CCCB alumni. A free-will offering will be taken during the day.