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Destinations in October (w/the Hail Mary Heckler)

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Saturday, Oct. 2: THE AWAKENING Conference @ Calvary Chapel, Costa Mesa. Ray Comfort, Greg Koukl and more will be speaking at this all day event. Meet at Hope Chapel at 9:00am to carpool, returning by 5:30. More info: www.Awakening2010.com

Also on Saturday, Oct 2: USC Football! A few years back a Notre Dame fan attempted to disrupt our preaching by reciting the Hail Mary—loudly!  Join us as we attempt to share our faith with tens of thousands of football fans at the L. A. Coliseum as the Trojans prepare to whup Washington.  Meet at Hope Chapel at noon to carpool.

Sunday, October 3rd: Evangelism Adventure @ Manhattan Beach Fair! I’ll be taking my daughters to the last local street fair of the year. Go on your own, but be aware that last year two members of our evangelism team were told by police that they couldn’t hand out any literature, clearly violating their First Amendment rights.

Saturday, October 9th: Evangelism Adventure @ Redondo Beach Pier! Meet at Hope Chapel at Noon, eat pizza, pray and then go out to share our faith. We leave promptly at 12:30 pm, returning by 4:30 pm.

Saturday, October 16th: Evangelism Adventure @ USC Football! Meet at Hope Chapel at Special Time 9:00 am, pray and then go out and share our faith. Game begins at 12:30.

Also on Saturday, October 16th: Evangelism Adventure @ the TRANSFORMED Conference w/Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron. Go on your own. Located at Calvary Chapel, Westgrove. 12832 Knott Street Garden Grove, CA 92841. Session 1 – 8:30 am – 12:30 pm. Session 2 – 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm. More info, click here.

Saturday, October 23rd: Evangelism Adventure @ Huntington Pier w/Ray Comfort. Meet at Hope Chapel at Noon, eat pizza, pray and then go out to share our faith. We leave promptly at 12:15 pm, returning by 5:30 pm.

Saturday, October 30th: Evangelism Adventure @ USC football. Meet at Hope Chapel at Noon, eat pizza, pray and then go out to share our faith. Game begins at 5:00.

Saturday, November 6th:Conference with D. A. Carson: “What is the Gospel?” In Hollywood. Cost $10.00 More details, click here.

Saturday, November 6th: Evangelism Adventure @ Venice Beach Meet at Hope Chapel at Noon, eat pizza, pray and then go out to share our faith. We leave promptly at 12:30 pm, returning by 5:30 pm.

Other Weekly Adventures

Friday Evangelism Adventures Meet at Hope Chapel every Friday at 4:30 pm, and then go out to the Redondo Beach Pier to share our faith, returning by 6:15 pm.

Thursday @ El Camino College Meet on the Library Lawn (in front of the outdoor stage) Every Thursday from 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm.

***Remember, we supply free Gospel tracts
to everyone who joins us,
thanks to the generosity of
Ray Comfort and the friendly
folks at Way of the Master.

10 Comments

  1. Is THAT all your doing in the next month or so? 🙂

  2. Hey, you’re the one imposing draconian posting rules on us.

    I guess it’s only fair, seeing as how we force Christians to put God in lower caps a- oh waaaaaait, we don’t!

  3. Its Steve’s forum so its his rules, draconian or not, he doesn’t have to enable commenting at all, but he does. If you want a forum for debate you have to play by the rules regardless of what you might think of them. Even if you don’t believe in the God of the bible, or God in general its still polite to at least capitalize names, regardless if they’re fictional or real. The capitalizing of Him though is a bit of a head scratcher though. I figured you guys would be doing something on Halloween at least, that’s usually the thing in October to speak out the most about right? How did the Muslim festival go?

  4. Steve Sanchez said:

    “I try to ensure good grammar.”

    Since you have a lot of comments to moderate, you may have missed the grammatical error in Paul’s comment. He wrote “your” instead of “you’re”.

    Also check this website out:

    http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CapitalizingGod

    There are certain cases when it’s incorrect to capitalize God, but not in this case Steve.

  5. Vintango,

    You don’t have to capitalize “him.” Just the names of God. Thanks.

    And, of course, if you are talking about little “gods,” you don’t capitalize them.

  6. From a grammar stand point you’d still capitalize names like Zeus, Posideon, Odin, and Jesus because they’re names, just like you’d capitalize Little Red Riding Hood, Robin Hood, and Rocky Balboa.

  7. Hey, Bizzle:

    Good eye! Up until this grammatic faux pas of mine, I was perfect. Nuts! And here I thought I was gooder than you. 🙂

    Paul

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