Luis Palau to be keynote speaker at World Missions Conference

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Luis Palau has traveled over 75 countries and spoken before over 30 million people in his calling to share the “Good News” of Jesus Christ. That call comes to Beaufort’s Community Bible Church, 638 Parris Island Gateway, this Friday, October 2, 2015 at 7 p.m. Palau is the keynote speaker at this year’s World Missions Conference.

Born and raised in an affluent family in Argentina, Palau received Jesus Christ during his childhood. His father died when Palau was 10, and in a few years he became the family’s sole breadwinner. He entered the banking industry, becoming a successful executive while preaching the Gospel on weekends on the streets of his hometown. With the help of a mentor, he came to America in 1960 to study at Multnomah Biblical Seminary where he met his future wife Patricia.

Upon graduation, they embarked on a missionary journey that took them throughout Latin America. They began building an evangelistic team and assisted other evangelists, including providing Spanish language translation for Billy Graham. More intent than ever to follow his calling to spread the powerful word of God throughout the world, Reverend Graham encouraged Palau to embark on his own evangelistic ministry.

Whether on stage speaking to massive crowds at his festivals, through his radio messages heard daily in 48 countries (including our own WAGP), or in counsel and prayer with leaders from the local church to the White House, Palau remains one of the world’s most effective and compelling spiritual communicators.

If you have ever wanted to have a friend or family member come into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, or perhaps you have wondered about what it truly means to be a follower of Christ, there is no better time than now to come and invite someone to the World Missions Conference Keynote. More details are online at www.communitybiblechurch.us/missions.