Christians to converge on Crawfordsville
Christian men and women will converge on Crawfordsville this weekend to hear pastor and bestselling author Eric Ludy speak on Bravehearted Discipleship, training today’s Christians to become heroes of the faith. Ludy will be the guest speaker at the fourth annual Montgomery County Men For Christ Conference. Christians from as far as Ontario, Canada and Superior, Wisc., and neighboring states, Illinois and Ohio are scheduled to attend.
The MCMFC, an interdenominational group, was formed to unite all local men and encourage them on in a world that would have the name of Jesus buried beneath the piles of business, entertainment, and distractions of life.
With Ludy’s more than one million Internet followers, the conference has ignited a far reaching audience who will be welcomed at two separate venues. Ludy will speak first this Friday evening from 7-9 p.m. at the First Baptist Church, 1905 Lebanon Road. This is an “all welcome” event with child care provided.
The second venue is dedicated to men only and will be the following day on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., and held outdoors at the Kevin and Jill Parker property at 867 N. Walnut Hills. The Parkers are easy to find. Just head east out of Crawfordsville on Lebanon Road for a mile and turn into the Walnut Hills addition, then follow the signs.
Along with Ludy as the keynote speaker, Saturday’s agenda includes great worship, and two powerful testimonies by local Christians Andy Stetler and Jake Lowe. Lunch is being provided by Dari-Licious and many area women serving their favorite salads and desserts.
Both events are free to all. Please consider a $5 love offering to cover costs, and the men will need to bring their favorite lawn chair on Saturday. Golf carts will be available to help transport those in need.
We hope you can make it and bring a friend!
Josh Bronaugh, Daryl Hobson, Kevin Parker, Andy Stetler, Curtis Stevens, Mark Stevens, Jeff Strickland and Monte Thompson