(This event is now past) Friday & Saturday, January 28, 29, 2011
Pastor Snell assumed senior pastoral responsibilities at First Baptist Church in Waterloo, Ontario in January 2001. He provides oversight to a congregation committed to spiritually and eternally impacting peoples’ lives. He and his wife, Joanne, have 4 daughters.
Pastor Snell has enjoyed 27 years of ministry in Waterloo and Simcoe. He’s an Honours B.A. graduate from the University of Guelph and holds a M.Div. degree from London Baptist Bible College and Seminary. He has travelled worldwide in missionary ministry and frequently speaks at Bible Conferences, Youth Retreats and Bible Colleges and Seminaries.
Presently he serves as a member of the Word of Life Canada Board of Directors as well as Advisory Council for A.B.W.E. (Across Borders for World Evangelism). For relaxation he enjoys playing hockey, softball and golf.
Special Music by OneBlood
OneBlood is an acappella quintet consisting of Gregg Ernst and four of his sons Joshua, John, Peter and Elijah. These men sing motets, hymns, spirituals, and gospel songs in four and five part harmony. In their music, they attempt to give Christians a renewed sense of God’s love, beauty, and grace, and non-Christians a view of God’s reality, holiness, and truth.
OneBlood formed in 2009 to be the touring subgroup of the Ernst Family. This family has been performing since 2001, appearing on national radio and television, releasing three CD’s, and touring the Maritimes, Ontario, and Northeastern USA.
Gregg farms on the First Peninsula near Lunenburg, Nova Scotia and is also a professional blacksmith. At his shop, the ironworks for the Bluenose and Bluenose II were forged. Greg was a participant in the World’s Strongest Man competitions. He still holds the official world record for the back lift of 5,340 pounds. More importantly than being an iron-man, Gregg is a Christian man who seeks to live for and serve His Lord Jesus Christ.
This conference will be held on the campus of New Brunswick Bible Institute which is located 16 kilometers north of Woodstock, NB and 48 kilometers from Houlton, ME, at 2335 Route 103 in Victoria Corner, NB.
Extreme Sportsmen will be highlighted through testimony, video, and demonstration.
Men for God Rally – Schedule
Friday Evening, January 29th
5:30 PM – Registration
7:00 PM – Welcome rally
8:00 PM – Evening rally
Saturday, January 30th
7:00 AM – Breakfast
7:45 AM – 1st rally
9:30 AM – Refreshments
10:30 AM – 2nd Rally
12:00 PM – Noon meal
1:30 PM – Concert/promo/testimonies
2:30 PM – 3rd rally
On Campus – No charge in dormitory (4 individuals to a room). Space is limited so register early!
Off Campus – For your convenience we have a list of area motels. (Registration for the conference is still necessary.)
To attend this Rally, you must be 18 years of age or older.
Please note: Sorry, we cannot have families and other guests on campus during this event. Please register early!
US customs are now requiring all adults to have a passport, or a passport card, or a NEXUS, SENTRI or FAST card, or an Enhanced Driver’s License when returning to the US. See the U.S. State Department’s website for details.
Conference Costs (including meals)
This amount must be mailed in with your registration form. If you wish to pay by Visa or MasterCard, please call our business office between 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Atlantic) Monday through Friday. No application will be considered complete without the payment of fees.
Mail cheques payable to:
New Brunswick Bible Institute
2335 Route 103
Victoria Corner, NB E7P 1C7
You may download and print the brochure and registration form here or use the form below to register online.