Intl. Outreach Summit in Illinois focuses on the God-given value of all people

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God’s Word tells us that all people–poor, rich, male, female, unborn, born, those with visible disabilities–are made in the image of the living God. All have equal value; all have been offered the saving grace of Christ.

Next month in Illinois, USA, professionals from all over the world who share this biblical worldview will gather to share stories and strengthen their common vision. Project presentations, workshops, classroom observations, strategic planning and networking will fill the time, all for the glory of God.

Our partner in New Delhi, Geeta Mondol, will be there to share about God’s work among children with disabilities in India.

Where: School gym at the campus of Elim Christian Services, 13020 S. Central Ave., Palos Heights, IL 60463
When: July 16-19, 2013
Learn more: http://outreachsummitwelcome.eventbrite.com/

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