Conference to Address Christianity and Culture

By Pohl, Laura Zahn | Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL), October 29, 2005 | Go to article overview

Conference to Address Christianity and Culture


Pohl, Laura Zahn, Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)


Byline: Laura Zahn Pohl Daily Herald Correspondent

Christians pondering the role of Christianity in today's culture may want to attend a two-day conference, "Reversing the Secular Tide."

The program is scheduled from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 29W260 Batavia Road, Warrenville.

John Armstrong is president of Reformation and Revival Ministries of Carol Stream, a co-sponsor of the event. The conference brings together several respected leaders in the area of Christian culture to examine the secularism in society that has produced barriers to people receiving the message of the Gospel.

"We're trying to influence the influencers of culture-- the media, the arts, educators," said Armstrong. "Rather than using the political process, Christians need to get back into the culture rather than attacking what we don't like and disagree with."

Armstrong's group organizes church conferences, publishes a quarterly journal for Christian leaders, and supports the work of ministers in their churches with counseling and other assistance.

This seminar was presented once earlier this month in Dallas, Texas and may be extended to other cities next year pending a review of its success there and in Warrenville, added Armstrong.

He will present two topics during the weekend: "The Next Awakening: How We Begin to Reverse the Tide," and "The Powerlessness of the Divided Church to Reverse the Tide."

Armstrong brings a lifetime of ministry and writing experience to his speaking role. A graduate of Wheaton College, he is an adjunct professor of evangelism at Wheaton College, teaches at various seminaries and colleges as a guest lecturer and is a frequent speaker and conference leader around the country. …

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