Monday, February 12, 2007

The ACT 3 Forum

ACT 3, a ministry for renewing Christian thought and life, invites you to participate in its new ACT 3 Forum events. Three specific events have been scheduled for 2007.

“Delivered from Darkness to God’s Light: How a Jehovah’s Witness Elder Came to Follow Christ” Ron Nollet

Sunday, March 18, @ 6:00 p.m. @ Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 29W260 Batavia Road, Warrenville, Illinois

Ron Nollet

Ron Nollet was raised as a Jehovah’s Witness and until resigning at the age of 47, served as a pioneer (full-time minister), ministerial servant (deacon) and elder (pastor). He has owned a machine building company for the past 27 years. Since resigning as an elder five years ago and walking away from the religion of his birth, Ron has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Christian Counseling from the International Theological Seminary, and is currently enrolled in the Masters of Divinity program. He is currently the pastor of the East Marion Community Church. He and his wife, Adriana, also raised as a Jehovah’s Witness, live in Southold, New York, and have three children.

“Should Christians Support Stem Cell Research?” Charles McGowen. M.D.

Sunday, May 6, @ 6:00 p.m. @ Lutheran Church of the Master, 580 Kuhn Road, Carol Stream, Illinois

Dr. Charles McGowen

Charles McGowen, M.D., practiced internal medicine for thirty-one years. A native of Northeastern Ohio, he is a graduate of the College of Medicine of the Ohio State University (1961). He served in the U. S. Air Force as a flight surgeon and remains actively engaged in community activities, including past service on the local school board and consulting work for the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation. Dr. McGowen began his Christian journey in 1970 and immediately became an avid Bible student and active lay Bible teacher. He is the author of five books, including Let’s Talk About Heaven and Dissecting the Truth (on the Apostle’s Creed). Married for fifty years, he resides with his wife Kay in Warren, Ohio, and serves on the advisory board of ACT 3. He has testified before the Ohio House and Senate on the issue of Embryonic Stem Cell research.

“The Roman Catholic and Evangelical Dialogue: Reflections on Ecumenism for the 21st Century”

Catholic Participants: Thomas Baima and Robert Barron

Protestant Participants: John H. Armstrong and P. Andrew Sandlin

Sunday, September 16, @ 6:00 p.m. Location TDB

For more information visit www.act3online.com, or call (630) 221-1817 during weekday business hours. There is no charge or required registration for these events. A free-will offering to cover expenses will be taken.

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2 comments:

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