Faith Seminar 2017: Faith and Purpose
November 3 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmFree
Figuring out what our purpose is and discerning if that aligns with what God’s called us to do can be a struggle for many. Would you like to learn about understanding your true identity in Christ and what it means to live out our God-given purpose?
We invite you to our upcoming Faith Seminar on Friday, Nov 3rd, 2017. Thank you to Chinese Evangelical Free Church for being our co-sponsor for this event. We will be joined by Jim Walden, senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Temple City, who will share the topic of “Faith & Purpose”.
Many young people today are struggling to find their purpose in life, especially with so many possible directions on the horizon. The effects of technology and 21st century lifestyle have brought many expectations and ideals to young people who are facing greater disappointments. This seminar explores the theme of understanding one’s true identity in Christ and finding his or her God-given purpose.
Come join us for a night of worship and Jesus-filled fun! Doors open at 7:00pm! For those who come early, there will be FREE milk tea boba!
To register you and/or your group, please click HERE or register below!
Jim Walden was born just outside of Boston, Massachusetts, the youngest of four children. He is a third-generation pastor whose grandfather, two uncles, father and brother have all served the Lord in the local church. Jim has a deep love for the Word of God. A graduate of Judson University in Elgin, Illinois and Northern Baptist Theological Seminary in Lombard, Illinois, he loves nothing more than sharing the hope of Jesus Christ with others. One of Jim’s greatest joys was planting a church in Kansas City and pastoring it for 19 years. Along with playing basketball with his son, Jim enjoys chasing a golf ball around any golf course and simply being with his adored wife, Diona, especially if they can rest at the beach! The Waldens currently live in Temple City, California where Jim has been pastor of First Baptist of Temple City for five years.