In a time when people are torn about truth, divisive about doctrine, and fickle about faith, there is a great need of coming back to a foundational understanding of what Biblical Adventism really is. Truth, doctrine, and faith all matter, so how do we understand them through the lens of today’s culture and context?
Do what appears to be strife and hypocrisy in the church nullify the other important elements, or are they a purifying process for the church and us personally? As we seek God together at GYCSE this week, He promises to re-create our hearts and lives to be “Focused” when all else is blurred.
~Pastor Wes Peppers
"Therefore we also, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which so easily ensnares us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God."
Wednesday, October 17
7:00 pm The Word Only (Collegedale SDA Church)
Thursday, October 18
11:00 am The Atheist Who Found God (Collegedale SDA Church)
7:00 pm Faith Only (Collegedale SDA Church)
Friday, October 19
3:00 pm GYCSE Outreach/Community Service
(Collegedale SDA Church – Upper Parking Lot)
Outreach Signup (SAU Students)
8:00 pm Truth Only (Collegedale SDA Church)
Sabbath, October 20
9:30 am Sabbath School – Q&A Panel Discussion (Thatcher Chapel) Submit questions here!
11:00 am Divine Service –The Evolution Believing Creationist (Thatcher Chapel)
2:30-4:30 pm Breakout Sessions (Collegedale SDA Church)
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7:00 pm The Adventist Atheist (Collegedale SDA Church)
Wes Peppers currently serves as the Associate Ministerial Director and Evangelism Coordinator for the Michigan Conference. He has also served in other capacities including pastor, evangelist, and Bible teacher. He became a Seventh-Day Adventist Christian at the age of 22 after being an atheist/agnostic for several years.
As a two-type cancer survivor while in his 20’s, he has a powerful testimony of God’s goodness and a renewed passion for His message. His greatest desire is to lead people into a deeper, intimate relationship with Jesus Christ to become faithful disciples who share Him with others. His highest ministry and calling is being a husband to his wife Marion and father to his children Levi and Liana.