Van Natta at FOTP Nov. 13
Bruce Van Natta of Sweetbread Ministries returns to Fire on the Prairie Friday, Nov. 13.
An author and speaker, Bruce Van Natta has appeared as a guest on Sid Roth's "It's Supernatural" television program and Sid Roth's radio program, on TBN, and on the "It's A New Day" TV show.
"Guideposts," the Christian magazine, will also feature him in its December Christmas issue.
His Web site is www.sweetbreadministries.com.
Fire on the Prairie meets at 7:30 p.m. every Friday at the City Hall Public Meeting Room in Clarkfield, at 904 10th Ave. (Highway 67). Early pre-service praise and worship begins at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Child care is not available, so children must remain with their accompanying adult at all times.
For further information, call 320-669-4402 or e-mail email@example.com.
Peterson to be ordained in Diaconate Saturday at Holy Redeemer
Zachary Peterson's Diaconate Ordination will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in the Church of the Holy Redeemer. It will be the first ordination at which Bishop LaVoir will preside. The public is invited to attend the ceremony and the luncheon reception that follow.
Open forum to discuss creationism Nov. 17 at SMSU
Change Collegian Network SMSU is presenting an open forum titled "Happy Anniversary, Origin of Species." It will take place in the upper room area of the Student Center at 7 p.m. Nov. 17. The Forum will feature local scientists who will discuss and debate evolution vs. creation, and will allow for audience questions and discussion. Social implications of both world views will also be discussed. The first 100 audience members will receive a special Anniversary Edition of the book Origin of Species with an introduction by Ray Comfort. Admission is free, and the Forum is open to the public.
Anniversary celebration Sunday at Holy Redeemer
The Church of the Holy Redeemer in Marshall is celebrating its 125th Anniversary Sunday. The celebration includes a 2 p.m. Mass with Bishop LeVoir at Holy Redeemer Church at 503 W. Lyon St., Marshall, and an open house with historical displays and oral histories in Carlin Hall.