CCN Saturday: How Do I Witness to Hurting People?

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CCN Saturday: How Do I Witness to Hurting People?



"You cannot say, 'No, Lord,' and mean both words; one annuls the other.  If you say no to Him, then He is not your Lord."  
-D. James Kennedy

Topic:  How to Witness to Hurting People

"What do I say to someone who has lost a loved one through cancer?"  "Why does God allow evil in the world?"  "Why doesn't God stop pain and suffering?"  "God allowed me to suffer, that shows that He doesn't care about me."  And more!

Montclair State University
Febraury 28th, 2009
Room: To Be Announced
Time:  10AM - 5PM
Outreach: Newark, NJ
Fellowship & Dinner:  Ferry Street BBQ

Please RSVP: Jonathan@changeyourcampus.net
Do you need transportation?  Let us know in your confirmation the email!


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