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Arise in the end

Arise in the end

The Franco-Belgian Union is going to host the 5th International AMiCUS Congress of the Euro-Africa Division in the Espace Charenton Congress Center in Paris, September 22-24, 2011.

September 13, 2011 | B. Magyarosi - CD-EUD amicus.euroafrica.org

The Franco-Belgian Union is going to host the 5th International AMiCUS Congress of the Euro-Africa Region in the Espace Charenton Congress Center in Paris, September 22-24, 2011. The theme of the event was triggered by a general interest in today’s world toward an eventual doom day in 2012 according to

particular Mayan calendar. In a society in which confusion, fear or indifference reigns regarding the end of the world, the organizers of the event decided to offer Bible-based information not only related to the end-time events, but especially on how we, as Christians wai

ting for the second coming of Christ, are supposed to live a committed life in the light of the approaching event.

The event, “Arise in the End!” gathers well known speakers: Dwight K. Nelson (Senior Pastor, Pioneer Memorial Church), Roy Gane (Professor, Andrews University), Cindy Tutsch (Associate Director, Ellen G. White Estate), Tim Standish (Researcher, Geoscience Research Institute), and Felix Cortez (Professor, Montemorelos University).
Here are only a few of the topics that will be addressed: 2012: A Survival Guide to Civilization's End, The Issachar Factor: How to

Discern the Times and Really Know What To Do, Staying Ready for the 2nd Coming, and others.
The Youth & Education departments leaders hope that the event will offer also fellowship and prayer for students from all around the territory of the Euro-Africa Region, and it will prove to be profitable experience that will prove to be an important milestone in the life of those who attend.

AMiCUS (Adventist Ministry to College and University Students) seeks to meet the spiritual, intellectual, and social needs of Seventh-day Adventist students on secular campuses worldwide. In cooperation with leaders at various church levels, it aims to achieve these goals by strengthening the faith commitment of these students to Seventh-day Adventist beliefs and values, providing opportunities for Christian fellowship, preparing students to deal with the intellectual challenges that arise in a secular environment, developing their leadership abilities, and training them for outreach and witnessing on the campus, in the community, and in the world at large. AMiCUS is a Seventh-day Adventist organization.

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