DNOW 2020


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DNOW 2020

Tom Grubbs, Interim Minister to Students and Recreation

This year’s DNOW20 theme is United in Community: “By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love one another.” John 13:35 The weekend of February 28–March 1 will consist of large and small group sessions that will include prayer, Bible study, great music, recreation, food, and relationship-building activities. Our guest band this year will be The Jonathan Turner Band and our guest speaker will be Duke Dismukes.DNOW 2020: Community

Duke is a full-time, enthusiastic evangelist with a passion to convey the timeless principles and truths of the word of God in and upfront, expository manner that students and adults can relate to, understand, and live out. “I want students and adults to fall deeply in love with God and His Word so that they will live outside the comfort of their homes, friends, and church. I want them to take the gospel of Christ to all people,” says Duke.

Duke, his wife Ashley, and their three children live in Orlando Florida. Duke graduated from the University of Mobile with a Bachelor of Science degree in Christian Studies and is pursuing his Masters in Christian Education at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

DNOW will kick off at First Baptist Church on Friday evening and then students head over to Immanuel Baptist Church. Students will also spend some time at their host homes on Friday and Saturday for a time of group discussions. DNOW2020 will wrap up on Sunday morning during the Sunday Morning Bible Study time and the Contemporary Worship Service at 11:15.

Please continue to pray for the students, leaders, and host homes as they go through this great and powerful weekend.

Thank you,

Tom Grubbs
Interim Minister to Students and Director of Recreation

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