Summer Concert Series: June 18th
The Ambassadors: From AFLBS in Minneapolis
(Association Free Lutheran Bible School in Minneapolis)
The Ambassadors features Christian music ranging from traditional to contemporary. The 60-minute concert includes about 10 songs, two testimonies of faith, and a brief message.
Association Free Lutheran Bible School (AFLBS) is a two-year Bible college, which enrolled 110 students this past year. Founded in 1966, AFLBS students receive in-depth instruction in books of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, along with studies in doctrine and theology. Students discover how to interpret and apply Scripture, God’s story of salvation throughout the entire Bible, how to share and defend their faith, biblical roles and responsibilities in the congregation, and a foundation for their Christian life and ministry.
The AFLBS campus is in suburban Plymouth, MN, about 15 minutes west of downtown Minneapolis. The campus is also home to the Assocation Free Lutheran Theological Seminary, a master’s level pastoral training program and also the Association Free Lutheran Congregations (AFLC) administrative offices. Learn more at www.aflbs.org.
The 2017 Ambassadors team members include: Stephen Moan (Corcoran, MN), Rachel Dryburgh (Hillsboro, ND), Seth Skogerboe (Montgomery, IL), Chanel Peterson (Sioux Falls, SD), and Meagan Olson (Argusville, ND).
The Ambassadors will travel for a total of 10 weeks this summer, traveling to the Pacific North West, Colorado, and several Midwest states, presenting concerts in congregations, leading worship, and counseling at Youth Camps.
The concert is free. An offering will be taken for the ministry of AFLBS.
Each Summer, Park River Bible Camp sends out teams of young men and women into congregations and communities like yours to lead Vacation Bible School. It is an easy and cost effective way for your church to meet the needs of the children in your community. Bring PRBC to your church!
From Camp Sioux to Camp Worship Day, find all the info about summer events at PRBC here!