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TGC AZ Conference – April


Register 2018-04-27 18:30 2018-04-27 15:30 America/Phoenix TGC AZ Conference – April

God created humans with the capacity and desire both to love and be loved. We reflect God in this way as creatures made in his image and after his likeness. Yet due to sin, something as seemingly simple as love has become quite complicated in our broken world. Both practically and doctrinally we know that our hearts can ask some difficult questions about God’s love and our love. Does God love me? How do I know I love God? Does God love everyone? Does he love everyone in the same way? How do I love those who don’t love God? Join us on Friday-Saturday, April 26th-27th for God Loves You as D. A. Carson, Thabiti Anyabwile, and Vermon Pierre help us consider the difficult doctrine of the love of God. ($25 until Sunday, March 25) Thabiti Anyabwile is one of the pastors for Anacostia River Church in Washington, D.C. After a few years as a practicing Muslim, Thabiti was converted under the preaching of the gospel in the Washington DC area. Thabiti is the author of several books, including The Gospel for Muslims and What Is a Healthy Church Member? He blogs regularly at The Front Porch and Pure Church. D.A. Carson is a New Testament scholar and is currently Research Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. Carson is a respected exegete and has written or edited more than forty-five books, including commentaries on books of the Bible, the Sermon on the Mount, the Gospel of John, and The Difficult Doctrine Of The Love Of God. Dr. Carson is the President of the Gospel Coalition. Vermon Pierre is the lead pastor at Roosevelt Community Church in Phoenix. Vermon and his wife, Dennae, are longtime foster parents and are involved in promoting adoption and foster care initiatives through AZ 1.27 and Arizona Foster Care Initiatives. Vermon is a graduate of Princeton University and has a Master of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.

3420 W Peoria Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85029, USA

God created humans with the capacity and desire both to love and be loved. We reflect God in this way as creatures made in his image and after his likeness. Yet due to sin, something as seemingly simple as love has become quite complicated in our broken world. Both practically and doctrinally we know that our hearts can ask some difficult questions about God’s love and our love. Does God love me? How do I know I love God? Does God love everyone? Does he love everyone in the same way? How do I love those who don’t love God?

Join us on Friday-Saturday, April 26th-27th for God Loves You as D. A. Carson, Thabiti Anyabwile, and Vermon Pierre help us consider the difficult doctrine of the love of God.

($25 until Sunday, March 25)

thabitiThabiti Anyabwile is one of the pastors for Anacostia River Church in Washington, D.C. After a few years as a practicing Muslim, Thabiti was converted under the preaching of the gospel in the Washington DC area. Thabiti is the author of several books, including The Gospel for Muslims and What Is a Healthy Church Member? He blogs regularly at The Front Porch and Pure Church.
don-carsonD.A. Carson is a New Testament scholar and is currently Research Professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. Carson is a respected exegete and has written or edited more than forty-five books, including commentaries on books of the Bible, the Sermon on the Mount, the Gospel of John, and The Difficult Doctrine Of The Love Of God. Dr. Carson is the President of the Gospel Coalition.
Vermon-PierreVermon Pierre is the lead pastor at Roosevelt Community Church in Phoenix. Vermon and his wife, Dennae, are longtime foster parents and are involved in promoting adoption and foster care initiatives through AZ 1.27 and Arizona Foster Care Initiatives. Vermon is a graduate of Princeton University and has a Master of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.