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Aug042011

Summer Family Bible Conference 2011

Andrew, Jamie and praise and worship minister, David Hinton stand as Andrew opened the annual Summer Family Bible Conference in prayer. (Click to enlarge)Many families from across the globe gathered in Colorado during the week of July Fourth to attend Andrew's annual Summer Family Bible Conference. Over the course of the five-day event, the festivities were spread between the ministry's current campus in Colorado Springs, nearby Charis Christian Center and Charis Bible College's future campus in Woodland Park, Colorado.

Andrew taught a new series about the meaning of the cross of Christ called, Power of The Cross. He ministered things the Lord has revealed to him over the years, but that he had not previously shared publicly. He opened the meeting on Monday night by asking the crowd, which filled the auditorium of Charis Christian Center and spilled into several overflow rooms, "What does the cross mean to you? What does it mean to cling to the cross?" And, in true Andrew fashion, he went on to say that religion has made the cross a cliché, that most people don't understand what the Bible means when it refers to the cross of Christ.

As Andrew's revelation of the meaning of the cross carried through the week, he also shared the platform with a number of other guest ministers; each shared blessed messages and revelation of God's unconditional love and grace with those in attendance, both physically and via live broadcast over the internet.

Praise and Worship, with Charlie and Jill Leblanc, David Hinton, Daniel Amstutz, Jamie Wommack, Mark Abernethy and others. (Click to enlarge)Andrew ministering on the meaning of the Cross of Christ from the platform at Charis Christian Center in Colorado Springs. (Click to enlarge)

Guest speaker, Wendell Parr, the Director of AWM World Outreach. (Click to enlarge) Guest Speaker, Stephen Bransford, the Director of CBC's School of Media. (Click to enlarge)

Andrew hosted guided tours of The Sanctuary, CBC's future campus in Woodland Park. (Click to enlarge) Andrew shared his vision for the development of the new home of CBC and AWM. (Click to enlarge)

Conference guests enjoyed a buffet at the Pavilion on the Sanctuary campus. (Click to enlarge) Many enjoyed the cookout in the shade of the pavilion in Woodland Park. (Click to enlarge)

Speaker, pastor of Charis Christian Center and CBC Instructor, Lawson Perdue. (Click to enlarge) Speaker, pastor of Charis Christian Center and CBC Instructor, Barbara Perdue. (Click to enlarge)

Youth engaged in worshiping the King of Kings.
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Andrew ministering the Word to the youth in the CBC second-year classroom at CBC. (Click to enlarge)

Kids of all ages enjoy the fun at the Summer Family Bible Conference. (Click to enlarge) Engaging the children in a fun-filled, Jesus-centered atmosphere. (Click to enlarge)

Guest speaker, Greg Mohr, the Director of CBC's new School of Business. (Click to enlarge) Guest speaker, Arthur Meintjes, founder of Kingdom Life Ministries. (Click to enlarge)

Whatch the video below as Andrew introduces the topic for the 2011 Summer Family Bible Conference teaching series, Power of The Cross.

 

Reader Comments (1)

Each and every one of us before accepting any belief, or spiritual or moral value,should use our own good judgment and common sense and not go blindly by what some one else has determined to be the truth. We are not lost sheep,destined to follow whoever or whatever belief comes along, rather we are thinking, reasoning light beings capable of making our own sensible well-thought out decisions based up on our own logic.

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