Thursday, February 12, 2009
National NCFIC Conference – The Sufficiency of Scripture for Church and Family Life
Join speakers Ken Ham, Doug Phillips, Voddie Baucham, Paul Washer, Joe Morecraft, Kevin Swanson and others for a groundbreaking conference on the sufficiency of the Word of God for the local church and home life.
The speaker team will affirm their belief that scripture alone is capable of supplying the right answers to our modern day questions on home and church life.This conference will seek to fortify our understanding of the doctrine of the sufficiency of scripture and to illustrate how it applies in church and family life. We believe that the doctrine of the sufficiency of scripture is the most important doctrinal battle ground in the church today. Hanging in the balance is purity of the Church.
Article I of the NCFIC confession reads,
"We affirm that our all-wise God has revealed Himself and His will in a completed revelation—the sixty-six books of the Old and New Testaments—which is fully adequate in both content and clarity for “everything pertaining to life (salvation) and godliness (sanctification)” including the ordering of the church and the family (2 Pet. 1:3-4; 2 Tim. 3:16-17).
We deny that God’s people should treat His Word as inadequate for church and family life by supplementing His completed revelation with humanistic psychology, corporate business models, and modern marketing techniques."Imagine a church and home life that has been created out of the wellspring of the wisdom of God."
This Conference will be held at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center.
For more information email David Brown: Dbrown@NCFIC.org
Registration: Coming Soon