Alness outreach with Ian McCormack

A Glimpse of Eternity

The Alness Baptist Church is organising an evangelistic event with Ian McCormack.

17 July 2008
Averon Centre
High street

Ian McCormackIan McCormack was night diving off the island of Mauritius when he was stung multiple times by Box Jellyfish, which are among the most venomous creatures in the world. His testimony relates how he clung to life while getting to hospital, was declared clinically dead soon afterwards, and how during this time he had an encounter with God, which radically changed the direction of his life.

“A Glimpse of Eternity” is the incredible true story of one man’s encounter with death and the realms beyond it. While diving off the coast of Mauritius, Ian McCormack later died in hospital and was dead for 15-20 minutes.
During this time he experienced both hell and heaven and came back to tell the story!

Dying was his doorway to true life and his story is transforming lives around the world as it touches on some of the deepest questions we all eventually ask.

Jan van Engelen is one of the church leaders. He says: "We pray that many people will attend that are having an interest in life after dead and hear about Jesus."

Please pray that the Lord will show you someone whom you could invite to hear of one man's life-changing experience.

Further information:
Alness Baptist Church
Tel. 01349 883048


Alness Baptist Church, 30/06/2008

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