Next week Xenos will host the Xenos Summer Institute, welcoming thousands of guests and guest speakers. This year's theme is "The God Who is There," focusing on the topic of apologetics and paying homage to the 50th anniversary of Francis Schaeffer's book. In addition to 7 plenary (primary) sessions, there will be over 35 breakout sessions on a wide variety of topics.
The conference starts Wednesday, July 11th, with the opening teaching starting at 7:00 pm. It continues all day Thursday and Friday, July 12th and 13th.
Thursday night's session is free for those investigating Christianity, giving you a great opportunity to invite your friends, family, or co-workers. That night Dennis McCallum will be teaching on how the human soul points to the existence of a creator, and cold-case homicide detective J. Warner Wallace will present on looking at the universe as a crime scene, examining the evidence for God's existence.
If you haven't registered, you can do so online at xenos.org/xsi/register until Monday, July 9th at noon. If you miss that deadline you can still pay at the door. Walk-in registration starts at 5:30 pm, a few hours before the opening plenary session.
Please be a good host to the many guests who are coming in from out of town. Please follow the guidance for attending at satellite locations so our guests have room at the Main Campus. Remember that smoking and vaping is not permitted in the building--use the north deck at Main Campus or the picnic area south of the building.