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Ray Vander Laan Conference 2020

April 3-5, 2020 at Fairview Church

FAQ

Who is Ray Vander Laan?

Since receiving his Master's of Divinity from Westminster Theological Seminary in 1976, Ray Vander Laan has been actively involved in studying and teaching Jewish culture using the methods of Jewish education. He has continued graduate studies in Jewish Studies in the United States, Israel, Turkey and Egypt. He has been a teacher for 35 years and is an ordained minister with the Christian Reformed Church. He has also authored a book entitled Echoes of His Presence, published by Focus on the Family. Vander Laan founded That the World May Know Ministries in 1998. Ray has taken over 10,000 people with him on his study tours of Israel, Turkey and Egypt. 

 

Ray's preaching and teaching ministry is focused on understanding the Bible in light of the historical and cultural context in which God placed it. This perspective on the Bible highlights God's call for His people to be a transforming influence on their culture. He uses research of the top scholars in the fields of archaeology, history, and Biblical study as tools to explore the Biblical text ever more deeply. His gifts, expertise, and calling are to link that cultural information and the Bible so that its message applies to our lives today in very practical ways.

How much does the conference cost?

The cost for all three days is $25 until January 31. After January 31 the cost is $30. If you register and/or pay at the door, the cost is $35. 

NOTE: There is no discount for only attending one of the three days. The fee is a flat rate. 

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What times are the sessions?

Friday's session is from 7:00 - 9:00 pm.

Saturday's session is from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm with two breaks, including a lunch break.

Sunday's session will take place during the regular morning worship at 8:30 and 11:00 am on our Central Campus.