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Watch Hope OPC’s Marriage and Family Conference Online

Hope Presbyterian Church (OPC) in Grayslake, IL is hosting a Marriage and Family Conference this weekend (March 28-30). We will welcome Rev. Alan Strange to help us to understand how our earthly relationships are properly rooted in our relationship with God. We have several excellent session planned designed to benefit everyone, no matter what your marital status or stage in life.

Schedule (times in CDT):

Friday, March 28th
7:30pm Session 1: Male and Female in the Image of God

Saturday, March 29th
8:30am Coffee and Fellowship
9:00am Session 2: The Man as Husband and Father
10:00am Session 3: The Woman as Wife and Mother
11:00am Session 4: Men and Women Communicating

Sunday, March 30th
9:30am Morning Worship Service, 1 Corinthians 7:1-5
11:00am Sunday School, The Single Life
6:00pm Evening Worship Service, Acts 2:39

About the Speaker

Rev. Alan D. Strange is an ordained minister of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church (OPC), completing his Master of Divinity in 1989 at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA. He is Associate Pastor at New Covenant Community Church (OPC) in Joliet, IL and has served on many OPC committees. Rev. Strange has been a professor at Mid-America Reformed Seminary since 1999 and has been the associate Professor of Church History since 2002. He is also a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Wales (Lampeter). Rev. Strange has authored, co-authored, and edited numerous articles, reviews, and publications. He has also spoken at numerous conferences on a variety of subjects, including marriage, youth, and apologetics. Rev. Strange is married and has five children.

Live Stream

If you can’t attend in person, we are planning to live stream the event through Google Hangouts On Air. More information regarding the conference and the live stream is available at http://www.hopeopc.com/conference.

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