ARPA HAS EXPANDED
With thankfulness to the Lord, we welcome Colin Postma as ARPA’s new policy analyst and Anna Nienhuis as our WeNeedaLAW West Coast Assistant. The ARPA office has moved and is now at 130 Albert Street (Suite 2010), Ottawa.
- Created on Thursday, 12 April 2012 16:06
Note: This is not an ARPA event
One of the most well-known phrases associated with the sinking of the Titanic is "Women and Children First." COURAGEOUS MEN stepped aside to certain death in order to allow women and children onto the lifeboats first. This event powerfully represents the principle of Biblical manhood for all the world to see.
This was a testimony to the fact that a person's beliefs and worldview matter - and a testimony to the cultural implications of Christianity. Yes, Christian faith and the Christian religion have unique real-world implications for justice and mercy and the glory of God - and for COURAGEOUS MANHOOD.
The Courageous Manhood Titanic 2012 conference and banquet is ChristianGovernance's second annual Biblical worldview event. The banquet is also a fundraiser for ChristianGovernance. ChristianGovernance is a teaching and training ministry in Biblical worldview and apologetics.
The theme of this year's Biblical worldview banquet is COURAGEOUS MANHOOD. That is why we are highlighting the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. Learn more and get your tickets at http://titanic1912-2012.ca
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