Discover the Joy of Persecution at the Men For Christ Rally in 2024!
The Men For Christ rally on March 22-23, 2024, is sure to be a transformative event that challenges men to shift their perspective on persecution. With the theme of "The Joy of Persecution," this rally will show how persecution can actually be a good thing.
It's time to reframe our understanding of persecution and see it as an opportunity for growth and transformation.
In a world that often rejects Christian beliefs, it's easy to see persecution as something negative. However, the Men For Christ rally will show that this is not the case. Persecution can be a catalyst for spiritual growth, deepening our faith and dependence on God.
It's time to see persecution as an opportunity to identify with Christ and stand up for our beliefs, even in the face of opposition.
The rally will feature speakers who have experienced persecution and have emerged stronger in their faith because of it. Attendees will be inspired to see persecution as a chance to grow in character and strengthen their relationship with God. This event will show that it's possible to experience joy in the midst of persecution and that a shift in perspective can make all the difference.
Don't miss out on this life-changing event that will challenge you to embrace persecution as a good thing and find joy in standing up for your beliefs.
Bethel Baptist Church is located in Schaumburg, Illinois, and they are looking forward to accommodating us for this year's rally. Their facilities are located close to I-90 and outside of Chicago, so there are plenty of options for food and lodging without having to experience Chicago's traffic. Click here for directions in Google Maps.
Carl Kerby has had many roles in his life, son of a professional wrestler, air-traffic controller at O’Hare International Airport, but his most cherished roles are as a husband to his wife, Masami, a father and grandfather. His passion is to proclaim the authority and accuracy of the Bible and to engage the minds and hearts of believers and unbelievers so that they may experience the realities of the Word of God.
He is a founding Board Member of Answers in Genesis, serving there for more than 15 years before co-founding the apologetics ministry, Reasons for Hope.
Hudson Taylor's true identity cannot be publicly revealed due to the nature of his work. Having worked in a creative access nation for many years, he has seen religious persecution firsthand on a regular basis. He has dozens of stories from his friends and his family of how God has protected them over and over again and used persecution to further the reach of the Gospel.
This missionary thrives on bringing God's light into dangerous places and would rather face persecution than enjoy religious freedom because he has seen God work more powerfully in the midst of difficult circumstances. He genuinely understands what it means to experience the joy of persecution.