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Halting Between Two Opinions

AIC 2015 | Session #5, Friday, March 13
   By: Bro. Nathan Overholt from Sarasota, FL

AIC 2015 | Nappanee, IN

The AIC 2015 is scheduled to be held March 12 – 14, 2015 in Nappanee, IN
The conference will be held at the Ramer Building, located at 24647 C.R. 44.

Speakers include Ernest Strubhar, Chester Weaver, John D Martin, David Bercot, David Kline Jr, Dean Taylor and Matthias Overholt.

For more information, contact Nathan & Janet Overholt via email: hsofgrace6550@yahoo.com

2015 AIC Schedule

Repairing The Walls of Our Homes – Panel Discussion

Session #15 on Sunday, March 14, 2010

Panel Discussion moderated by Bro. Jerry Hoover of Dover, OH
The panelists in this discussion were Bros. John D. Martin, Nathan Overholt, Matthias Overholt, Chester Weaver, David Graber, Donnie Swartzentruber & Ed Kline.

The subject being discussed centers around the retention of youth in our churches. This illustration from Bro. Jerry Hoover sums up at least part of the concerns discussed.

In our farms we have John Deere tractors, we have horses, we have Powerstroke diesels. (What if) consistently through the last 30-40 years, somewhere between 25% and 50% of the John Deere tractors and the Powerstroke pickups, and the horses would somehow just disappear off your farms? There would be people coming out of the woodwork trying to figure out where they’re going, and what’s happening. But alas, there’s been a silence. And one is (left) wondering where the prophetic voice is at.

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How Can We Inspire Our Men To Fight? – Nathan Overholt

Session #7 on Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bro. Nathan Overholt of Sarasota, FL

…(So) this is kinda an oxymoron to say, “How Can We Fight?”. And yet, we are in a tremendous battle this afternoon, and the King of Heaven, the Lord Jesus, has called us to fight. And He has told us that we need to be about His business, that we’re in a warfare; that there is a kingdom of darkness, that there is a kingdom of light and that there is going to be confilict.