Releasing Captives Coffee Morning and Book Launch
You are invited to Releasing Captives Coffee Morning and Book Launch. This event will see Rev Alistair Bates, Minister of Wellington Presbyterian Church, Ballymena, launch his new book. The event is being held in Second Randalstown on Saturday 10th March 2018 and will also include a Coffee Morning.
Described as a multi-media celebration, Releasing Captives will run from 10:30am-1:30pm. All proceeds are being given to International Justice Mission. (IJM)
Alistair’s book is entitled ‘Trading Punches’ – Fighting The Flesh, The World and The Devil. The launch is taking place at his home congregation of Second Randalstown.
Releasing Captives Coffee Morning and Book Launch at Second Randalstown – Saturday 10th March
Looking forward to this event, a spokesperson for Second Randalstown told The Church Page:
“We are looking forward to seeing Alistair return to where he met Jesus and a town close to his heart. Find out how to trade punches with the enemies in your life and emerge a winner. Alistair will also reveal another passion in his life – the fight against childhood trafficking. Through a multi-media presentation showing the work of IMJ and interviews, find out how we can fight slave trafficking with a desire that won’t stop until all are free.”
“Lunchtime praise and celebration will be provided by the Wellington Praise Band. The entire event is designed to bring glory to God through a mix of ministry, songs, testimonies and powerful praise. Alistair will be donating £2 from the price of every book sold to the work of IJM. They are a Christian charity with a mission to free the world of slavery and social injustice.”
“Join us and indulge in a taste of everything sweet washed down with a cup of freshly ground coffee or hot tea! Alistair will be available to talk about his passions and ministry and if required he may even sign a few books. In his own words: ‘this brings him the challenge of trying to do some joined-up writing!”
“This is not a book but a lifestyle. Join us in bringing praise and glory to God with the theme: ‘If The Son Sets You Free You Are Free Indeed.”