Bethel Bible Fellowship – Las Cruces, NM

Christianity and Culture Conference:

In a culture buffeted by widely divergent philosophies, we need to learn to stand on the solid foundation of Scripture and to understand the faith as a total worldview. Join us March 13-14, 2020, at Bethel Bible Fellowship in Las Cruces, New Mexico, for two-days of encouragement and growth.

March 13-14, 2020
Bethel Bible Fellowship
3890 Stern Drive, Las Cruces, NM 88001 (map)

Check-in runs from 5:30-6:00 pm March 13. Tickets are available at the door.

Friday 5:30pm-9:00pm
Saturday 8:30am -4:30pm

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Bill Jack, Faculty of Theology

Bill Jack is an educator with ten years of experience in secular schools and 14 years with The Caleb Campaign, a creationist youth ministry. Bill is the faculty advisor for Worldview Academy and a full time faculty member with Worldview at the Abbey, an academic bridge year program that seeks to fully equip students to be salt and light on the college campus. Appearing on several radio and television programs, Bill’s passion is to raise up a generation of students who have the vision to reach their culture with the gospel, the valor to engage their culture with the truth, and a firm reliance on the virtue of the Word of God. Bill and his wife, Tabby, have three children and live in Colorado.



Andrew Frye, Faculty of Theology

Andrew lives in Grants Pass, Oregon with his wife Terry; they have two adult children. He has over 30 years in education and has been faculty with Worldview Academy for over a decade, specializing in apologetics, Islam, and philosophy and Christian thought. He is the author of The Image of God: A Nine Week Study, and has spoken in churches, Christian schools, and conferences across the United States. He is currently the department chair for social studies at Grants Pass High School (Oregon). Andy has been an adjunct professor in history, politics, apologetics, and teacher education. He has served the church as a worship leader, elder, and teacher. Andrew is a James Madison Fellow-Scholar and holds a MA (Liberal Studies) in history and political philosophy from Excelsior College, and did graduate study at Georgetown University and Oxford University, England. He holds a B.A. in history from San Diego State University. He enjoys soccer, music, and good coffee.