The 13th Ministry to Masons conference will be held in McKenna Chapel, a 370 seat auditorium, on the campus of AsburyTheological Seminary on March 7-8, 2003. Asbury is located in Wilmore, Kentucky - a small city just southwest of Lexington.Lexington is located at the junction of I64 and I75, about 2 hours south of Cincinnati. The conference is coordinated by Ephesians5:11, Inc.Two central questions addressed at this conference will be “
Is Freemasonry compatible with Biblical Christianity with regard tothe doctrines of God and Salvation,
” and “
How does Freemasonry impact the church?
” This conference is open to the faculty andstudents of Asbury, local church leaders and members, as well as the general public. Masons are welcome.
There is no registrationfee, or attendance fee.
Registration is not required, non-reserved seating is on a first come, first seated basis. Advanced registrationthrough the web site at http://www.ephesians5-11.org will guarantee a seat. Lunch will be available in a campus cafeteria at a modestcost on Friday. Restaurants are fairly close by. All sessions will be taped; video and audio tapes will be available. Video camerasand tape recorders prohibited.
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Conference hours in McKenna Chapel are 12:30 PM to 9 PM on Friday and 8 AM to 6 PM on Saturday.
The Ministry to Masons Conference is a cooperative effort of a number of former Masons, pastors, seminary professors, lecturers,and counter-cult ministries. The March 2003 conference includes the following speakers. Other speakers may be added.Brad Utley - Baptist Pastor - Graduate of Southwestern SeminaryPierce Dodson - Baptist Pastor - Graduate of Southern SeminaryThomas Hilton - Former Mason, Cofounder, Ex-Masons for JesusMike Gentry - Former Prince Hall Mason, Founder, Order of Former FreemasonsDr. Jerry L. Walls - Professor: Philosophy of Religion, Asbury Theological SeminaryDr. Lawson Stone - Professor: Old Testament, Asbury Theological SeminarySteven Tsoukalas - Adjunct faculty, Asbury Theological SeminarySkip Sampson - Cornerstone MinistriesBrooks Morton - Student, Asbury Theological Seminary, Board member of Sound Doctrine MinistriesDavid Carrico - Followers of Jesus Christ MinistriesLarry Kunk - Ephesians 5:11, Inc.
Directions to Asbury
Wilmore is Southwest of Lexington about 15 miles. Rt 4 (New Circle Rd.) circles Lexington. These directions assume that you aretraveling south on Rt 4 on the west side of Lexington. From Rt 4 take the US-68 exit #2 (Harrodsburg Rd) towards Harrodsburg. Youwill get to Wilmore before you would get to Harrodsburg. Travel on US68S (runs south and west) and go past the first turnoff for KY29. At the Y, in the middle of which is a Marathon station, bear left onto KY29. Then, at the first traffic light take a left, then takethe first right turn. Go 1/10 mile to the stop sign. If you look straight ahead, you will see McKenna Chapel. Beeson Manor is adjacenton the circle drive. The receptionist at Beeson Manor will be able to advise you about parking.
This event is not sponsored by Asbury Theological Seminary. Additional copies of this flyer and schedule may be downloaded atwww.ephesians5-11.org/pdf/flyer_2003.pdf. Phone (317) 842-4543 between 9 A.M. and 9 P.M EST before March fifth for further information, or inquire by email. Alternatively, you may ask questions through the
Masonic Discussion Board at www.ephesians5-11.org/discussion.htm
and read the questions others have asked, along with the answers. Lodging and other information has been posted on the web site and on the discussion board. Several of the conference speakers are taking part in the on-line discussions.
2003 Ministry to Masons Conference
March 7-8, 2003 Wilmore, Kentucky
Ephesians 5:11, Inc. - Box 291 - Fishers, IN 46038 - http://www.ephesians5-11.org - email@example.com