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Join us ALL 3 NIGHTS to be in a drawing for an amazing GRAND PRIZE!!

Since the beginning, God has always been deeply involved in the world. We see God’s handiwork on display in creation. We see God’s love on display through Jesus, who came to rescue us. We respond to God in faith, believing in what we can’t see because of what we can see. When we focus on what we know to be true about God and the world God created, we can have faith in what we can’t see or fully understand. We put that faith into action as we follow Jesus and show His love to the world.

We can follow Jesus here, there, and everywhere!

Join us for this free event – a 3-night event of food, music, and a special performance by internationally known Christian magician, Brad Brown! Register below!

Who: Families with preschool and elementary age children. Nursery will be available to your littles (ages 1–3) but they have to be pre-registered before the event.

Where: The Point

When: July 17th-19th, 5:00-8:00 PM (Dinner will be served from 5-5:45pm; allergen options will not be available, so please plan accordingly for your family)

If you have children that are preschool through 5th grade, Point Kids children’s ministry at The Point invites your whole family to come to their free Summer Jam event July 17th-19th, 5-8pm. Summer Jam will highlight the summer theme from the Point Kids Sunday morning programming, which has been “Ready, Set, Move!”. Each evening will have dinner provided.

We will wrap up Summer Jam on Wednesday with a performance by Brad Brown who is an internationally known Christian magician. He also has a heart for ministry. So, he combines his side-splitting comedy and mind-blowing magic to engage and entertain audiences while clearly presenting gospel truth. Based out of Northern Kentucky, he performs across the country and around the world delighting crowds with his magic shows.

If you have any questions please contact kelli@gotothepoint.com

Summer Jam

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