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Finish the Mission: For the Joy of All Peoples

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The White Horse Inn is going back to Minneapolis to broadcast live from the Desiring God National Conference from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm on Friday, September 23, 2011.

The theme of the conference is, "Finish the Mission: For the Joy of All Peoples." Our program will be titled, “Making Disciples: The Mission & Its Methods." In some churches, the emphasis is on being the church, living missionally. Other churches focus on “the worship experience,” spiritual formation, or the pursuit of various social and political agendas. What is the mission of the Church? How are we to make disciples of Jesus Christ? Turning to the Great Commission itself and various passages that unpack it, this special live edition of the White Horse Inn will focus on disciple-making through the marks of the Church that Christ himself ordained.

Be sure to sign up for our breakout session and join the conversation. We'll be taking questions from the audience. Mike Horton, Ken Jones, Rod Rosenbladt, and Kim Riddlebarger will all be there.

On Saturday, Sept 24, 2011 Mike Horton will be speaking about his recent book “The Gospel-Commission” taking questions (12:30 – 1:00), and signing copies at the Conference Exhibit Hall (1:00 – 1:30).

Hope to see you in Minneapolis!
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  • Guest - Don Finger

    I was an AG pastor for 23 years. Got burned by some in our congregation--it was either they go or I, I didn't have the fight anymore (57 yrs old) so I resigned. Later I became involved in another AG church but there the senior pastor revealed financial improprieties. Those, along with unfulfilled promises were too much. I was left wondering, What's up Lord? What did I do? Prayers prayed over years were not answered. I felt like I was on my way to visit Job.
    Through all my questions I began searching the internet for something. I began finding various blogs with a reformed/Lutheran perspective (I was raised Lutheran). It seemed refreshing because the emotionalism was removed and only faith remained with which to connect with the Lord. Then I found the White Horse Inn. The connection with the past in your intro and the incredible discussions that comprise your broadcast have literally refreshed my faith. Thank you for your words and the hearts from which they spring. I'm looking forward to meeting you all when you come to Minneapolis on Sept. 23. God bless you deeply and may you continue fulfilling your mission through the White Horse Inn.
    Don Finger, MA
    Montgomery, MN

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  • Guest - Shelly

    My husband and I have just recently learned of the reformed "movement" (for lack of a better word) through our efforts to find a church to call home. We have been searchinbg for a long time and have not found one we are comfortable with, but we couldn't put our finger on why. Now I know!! Now we need to find a curch near our home that preaches the Gospel. Most of the reformed churches are either a good distance from our home or are of a different "reformed theology." Would anyone here be able to give us some suggestions? It would be greatly appreciated. We come from a Non-denominational/AG background.
    Thanks you for your help!

    Shelly
    Coon Rapids, MN

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