Rob Stadler, author of “The Scientific Approach to Evolution,” will be a featured speaker at the upcoming Faith in Action Mercy Conference on October 27 in Fargo. This one-day event, held at Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, 7151 15th St. S., Fargo, will bring Lutherans together to re-imagine the work of the mercy in the church.
Stadler describes himself a devoted Christian, passionate scientist, and author. In his keynote presentation, “Resolving the Conflict Between Faith and Science,” Stadler will address the apparent conflict between science and faith.
“Science has offered many benefits to society, but we must remember that science has limitations,” Stadler says. “The conflicts between science and faith occur when science is stretched beyond its limitations, conveying a false sense of confidence in areas where it has little power to discern.”
In addition to Stadler, featured presenters include Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison, International President of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod; and representatives from Orphan Grain Train, the Comfort Dog Ministry of Lutheran Church Charities, Tentmakers, LCMS International Ministries of Mercy, Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, and much more!
Sponsored by Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, the conference is designed to equip and energize caring Christians for service to people in need. Learn and experience, first-hand, many of the ministries of mercy impacting our community, region, and the world.
For a conference schedule, registration form, and materials churches can use to promote the event, go to DakotaRanch.org/mercy.
For more information or to schedule an interview, contact:
Rev. Rick Jones, Chaplain, Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch, 701-857-4213, r.jones@DakotaRanch.org