Marriage is first and foremost theological. Marriage is both wonderful and intimate, but also tough and hard fought. It is a union with the love of your life, but it is also a union with a fellow sinner. In this seminar Paul Tripp helps us to redeem the realities of marriage. Pulling our idea from the eyes of pop culture and grounding it in the gospel and the reality of grace.We must love our spouses as Christ loves us. We must fight for our marriage the way Christ fought for his church.
Join us October 5-6th at Christian Life Center as renown speaker and author Paul Tripp presents his “What Did You Expect?: Redeeming the Realities of Marriage” seminar. The contents of this seminar will benefit the married couple of fifty years, the honeymooners, the newly engaged, and the still single. It will assist us in re-framing our views on marriage in a world where it has long drifted away from the love of Christ.
Ticket prices are $20/person, and sales will begin in late June/early July. Online ticketing begins Thursday, 6/28.
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We now have all of our interviews with both Dave Kraft and Tedd Tripp available under our interview tab. To view them, click on the tab in the top of the navigation menu.
Again we appreciate your support of the City Forum. It is your attendance and participation that allows us to bring in speakers and obtain resources for the greater Missoula area. We appreciate your financial and physical contribution to the expansion of God’s Kingdom. See you in October for Paul Tripp and Redeeming the Realities of Marriage.
The following presentation by Tedd Tripp was given at a conference at Mars Hill Church in Seattle in 2008. Tripp will be giving his full Shepherding a Child’s Heart Seminar in Missoula on January 20-21st at Missoula Alliance Church. For more information check out the event page.
Tyler Velin sat down with Dave Kraft for an eight part interview discussing all things leadership. In this segment Tyler and Dave talk about where to start when you begin to change a culture of leadership.
The City Forum is hosting a two day seminar with author and speaker Dave Kraft this September 23-24. Kraft will be speaking on his new book “Leaders Who Last” as he attempts to dig church leadership and volunteers into deeper, richer ground. Anyone who has been involved with organizing volunteers, or participating as a volunteer knows that burn out, fatigue and eventually dropping out is more common than we would hope. Kraft will address these issues as he points the hearts of leaders towards Christ, not a specific ministry. The hope of this seminar is to draw men and women to leadership out of an overflow of the gospel, which doesn’t fade, rather than a situational need, which is here today and gone tomorrow. Kraft will speak September 23-24 at Clark Fork City Church, and will preach at the 10:00 a.m. service at South Hills Evangelical Church (SHEC) on the 25th.Price is $25 with discounts available for churches (inquire about discounts at email@example.com)
Clark Fork City Church, 2811 Latimer Street, Missoula MT, 59808
Session 1: 7:00 p.m. 9/23 (childcare for 0-10)
Session 2: 8:30 a.m. 9/24 (childcare for 0-10)
Session 3: 10:30 a.m. 9/24 (childcare for 0-10)
Ticket Outlets: Missoula Alliance Church, Clark Fork City Church, Christian Life Center, South Hills Evangelical Church, Garden of Readin’, City Life Center
Online Tickets: Leaders Who Last Seminar (ticketing begins 7/20 at 10:00 a.m.)