Join us Sunday April 24 after church for “Life Is Beautiful,” a solo piano improvisation by Ryan Whyman. Donations will be accepted, with all proceeds going to a trip to China as part of an arts exchange organized by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
Our Presenters, Casey and Meghan Caston of Marriage365, are looking forward to joining us for a fun, informative, interactive weekend of being renewed and refreshed in our marriage vows. You can check out their website at www.marriage365.org .
From their website Bio: “Between both sets of our parents, there are 11 marriages and 8 of them have ended in divorce. You’d think we would be the harshest critics of marriage, since all we saw was the pain and brokenness in our parent’s marriages….We are continually faced with the challenges of making our marriage a priority.”
The prices this year are:
$210.00 per couple for an overnight stay in a King Suite, which of course includes Saturday evening Manager’s Reception and Sunday Breakfast and conference materials
An additional cost of $150.00 if you’d like to include a stay Friday night which includes Manager’s Reception for Friday and Saturday Breakfast
$75.00 per couple if you would like to join us just for the conference sessions only, space permitting.
Payment is due before September 25th so that we can turn in our rooming list to Embassy in a timely matter. After September 25th the cost increases to $225.00 per couple.
Checks can be made payable to and mailed to: New Hope Christian Fellowship, PO Box 411181, Eagle Rock, CA 90041. A brochure will be mailed to you showing all pertinent info regarding check-in, session times, etc.
Come participate in the Epic Story each Sunday between now and August 23 at New Hope!
The EpicStory, the mind-boggling metanarrative of the Gospel, points us to the reality that God not only loves us, but takes it to another level by choosing to be in relationship with you and me. It talks about the Trinity, the Author of the EpicStory, giving us the freedom to make meaningful choices to write into our story. It points to the sacred redemption of our Lord and how when we make hurtful and heart-breaking decisions, it’s not the end of our story nor the sum of our identity. It also urges us to choose relationship with the Father; to walk and abide with Jesus which gives meaning to the here-and-now, a redemptive lens to view our suffering and the hopeful expectation for The End of our stories.