Creative Ministries Festival

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Creative Ministries Festival
March 1, 2013 7:00 pm
March 2, 2013 4:00 pm
$20 per person if paid before 2/15/13. $25 per person if paid after 2/15/13. Add $26 per person for Friday night lodging (includes breakfast Saturday morning)
December 18, 2012
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3083 Cedarmore Rd, Bagdad, KY, 40003, United States



The Creative Ministries Festival is designed to equip and resource the local church with tools for ministry. We have a creative God who has provided all that we need to minister to the hurting and share the incredible message of salvation.

Breakout sessions typically include (but not limited to)- Click here for a full schedule of breakout sessions

Cost:  $25 per person gives you access to both days conferences and workshops and lunch on Saturday.

Lodging is available on property on Friday night for an additional $26.00 per person and includes breakfast Saturday morning.

Church Performance times

There will be an opportunity for your group to perform and be juried on Friday night.  There is a limit of one performance piece per church and the maximum length of each performance is six minutes.

This year’s featured artist:

Matt Tullos: is a writer and minister who has written over 700 dramatic sketches for worship, 10 books and numerous video projects. He has served in various roles at LifeWay Christian Resources. Tullos’ dramatic collections, Aha Moments for Worship and Actors Not Included compile his works from 1983-2002. He was the vangaurd editor of Let’s Worship magazine produced by Lifeway Church Resources.  In January, 2008, Tullos resigned his position at Lifeway to pastor at Bluegrass Baptist. Matt is currently serving at Bluegrass Baptist Church



Tim Bertram (God’s Graffiti)  The purpose of God’s Graffiti is to invite people into a relationship with Jesus Christ and bring honor and glory to the King of Kings through painting.  Tim is also a Christian Cartoonist, and youth speaker. He has served as camp pastor for Centrifuge and M-fuge camps.