Duct Tape Date Nite
October 20th, 7:00 p.m.
Performing Arts Center, Wisconsin Rapids
Duct Tape Date Nite is the perfect evening for couples who want to stick together (see what we did there?). Grab your spouse and join us for a night of comedy for couples. In the midst of the rush and madness that is life, we believe every couple on the planet would do well to press pause and simply laugh together.
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See videos of Kenn on Youtube
See more about the event here.
Small Group Experience
We are excited about partnering with you to provide not only a super fun Duct Tape Date Nite evening but also the DIY Small groups experience. The Duct Tape Date Nite evening will leave the couples in your church laughing at themselves and others, but how much better would it be, to continue that great experience and give couples an extra opportunity to have an even better marriage??
That’s exactly what Kenn thought as he began to develop the DIY small groups material!
The DIY Small group material will provide a 5 minute video clip by Kenn, some interactive
questions, 5 devotions to do with your spouse during the week, plus a date night option.
Hispanic Church Planting Work
More than forty years ago, a Hispanic church in the Minnesota Wisconsin Baptist Convention started 5 more churches in the area. Those churches missed Pastor Ramon Osorio’s leadership as he moved away to continue his Theological Education. The churches suffered without that leadership as recalled by pastor Napoleon expressed in a new gathering of Hispanic churches. He said that for 27 years he waited and prayed, and God answered that prayer when in 2014 pastor Gerardo Antiveros came to the Twin Cities as a NAMB Church Planting Catalyst. Hispanic pastors struggle with isolation in the upper Midwest. God is inaugurating a new movement for Hispanic churches in the two-state convention. A recent meeting may be the first time NAMB has enabled all these pastors to gather and discuss working together for support, education, and strategy. Pastor Osorio currently serves as the International director for NAMB in Latin America.
Our own Eric Hernandez is instrumental in the Wisconsin pastors relating together for fellowship and enrichment. He has an opportunity to travel to Atlanta in a few weeks to further discuss that work. He expressed the value of having the support of his church, Church at Wazeecha in Wisconsin Rapids, and his pastor, Trey Turner.
Dr. Trey Turner is founding pastor of Church at Wazeecha. He and his family are church planters with the Southern Baptist Convention.