We begin the new year with a fresh look at the basics of the faith to encourage and empower us moving forward as we seek to follow Christ in the year to come.
Liberty Hill is hosted it’s 2nd annual Defending Your Faith conference and Q&A event on Saturday, November 2nd
We all encounter questions and doubts regarding the things we believe. When it comes to Christianity, because there are good answers to those questions, you can stand firm in your faith in Christ.
Video from the event is currently being edited. Once added, you can view the individual talks and Q&A below:
Eric Hernandez (www.EricHernandezMinistries.com)
Eric Hernandez has a passion for defending his faith on theological and philosophical grounds. He is a licensed minister, a certified formation therapist and a former instructor of Magdiel Bible Institute. He is highly sought after for his expository ability and insight into apologetics. Eric has spoken and debated on a public level at university and college campuses where he adamantly and adequately defends the Christian faith against atheist, agnostic and deistic professors of different worldviews. He holds an associate degree in social science, a bachelor degree in theology and is currently working on his certificate in apologetics from Biola University. He runs Eric Hernandez Ministries which encompasses speaking engagements, apologetic seminars, weekend training courses, debates, blogs, articles and much more. He is married to Kendall Hernandez and they have one daughter, Adyson Grace.
Dylan Manley (www.BeardedApologetics.com)
Dylan likes coffee, theology, books, and of course beards. He is a husband, a father, an apologist, and most importantly a believer in Jesus and his gospel of grace. Dylan serves as a full time student-pastor in Waco, TX but also gets the opportunity to travel and speak to different groups about apologetics and evangelism. Dylan speak at DNOWs, conferences, stand-alones, and any other place someone will have him.
Marc Lambert (www.HeyPastor.org)
Marc is a graduate of Liberty University. He has served in youth and college ministry since 2002 on church staffs and college campuses. Marc answered the call to pastor at Liberty Hill Baptist Church in 2015 where he works to create an environment where people can feel welcome to wrestle through their questions and doubts while seeking answers. He hosts regular Q&A events at the church, and has spoken at conferences and on school campuses. He is married to his wife, Mollie, and they have three little girls.
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