Christian Vision For Men Conference 2016
The Christian Vision for Men Conference 2016 is on Saturday, 5th November from 9:30am-5:00pm. This is CVM’s second annual DNA Men’s Conference and is taking place in Assembly Buildings, Fisherwick Place, Belfast. Tickets for the event cost £15 per person and can be bought at the door.
The team at CVM Ireland are excited to share with you that their DNA Men’s Conference is back by popular demand for 2016!
A spokesperson said, “Every man’s DNA is unique and we leave traces of it everywhere we go. From the moment we give our lives to Jesus we are changed. “The same power that raised Jesus from the grave now lives in us!” We have Resurrection DNA in our very core. This is very powerful and we can be used by Christ to have an impact on nations as a result.”
“Last year we held our first ever DNA Men’s Conference in Belfast. We were blown away by the response to it. Over 550 guys united under one name – JESUS. A dozen or more gave their life to Jesus so it was an amazing day.”
The Christian Vision For Men Conference is on Saturday 5th November 2016 from 9:30am-5:00pm. The venue is Assembly Buildings, Belfast. Tickets are available at the door.
The CVM representative also said, “This year we are back and we are going BIGGER! Our guest speakers this year are Carl Beech (President of CVM) and Peter Lynas (Evangelical Alliance NI). We are also pleased to announce a few additions to our line-up that you may have heard of before.
Ulster Rugby’s very own Ruan Pienaar, Pete Browne & Charles Piutau will be there to talk all things rugby and the Audience of One that inspires them each time they take to the field. There will also be worship and the usual CVM fun and banter!
We’d love you, and the men in your church, to join us for a day that you will not want to miss!
Tickets will be available to purchase on the door on Saturday”, they enthused.
Keep up to date with CVM Ireland on their Facebook page. You can also get more details of the Christian Vision For Men Conference 2016 here. If you’re on social media use #DNAconf to share the conversation.