Elizabeth City, NC – November 26, 2014. Mid-Atlantic Christian University will hold its annual rally at the Elizabeth City campus March 18 – 20, 2015. The mission of MACU is to impact the world by transforming ordinary people into extraordinary Christian leaders. Jim Tune, from Toronto, Canada, will be the main speaker. Jim is also the 2015 President of the International Conference on Mission which will be held in Richmond, Virginia. Dave McCants, an alumnus of Mid-Atlantic Christian University, will also be speaking.
The theme of the MACU Rally will be focused upon Church Planting and Reaching the Unchurched. The Virginia Evangelizing Fellowship will be partnering with MACU and will coordinate workshops to facilitate church planting and church growth.
Jim Tune is the senior and founding Minister of Churchill Meadows Christian Church (CMCC). CMCC is located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada – a western suburb of Toronto, and has church planting in its DNA. Jim also leads a Canadian national church planting organization called Impact Canada. Jim is a member of the Contributing Editor board of Christian Standard magazine, which features his articles regularly, and he is also the writer of “A Different Tune” – a popular weekly column in their magazine.
Dave McCants is a 1991 graduate of Mid-Atlantic Christian University. Dave is a successful church planter and Lead Minister of Two Rivers Church in New Bern, North Carolina.
Mid-Atlantic Christian University hosts the Rally each year as a ministry to ministers and congregations. Many alumni return to Elizabeth City to renew friendships during this annual rally.
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