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Satellite brings Bible program to Boro
First UMC hosting Beth Moore via simulcast Saturday at 10 a.m.
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Renowned Bible teacher Beth Moore conducts a video conference from Houston. Statesboro's First United Methodist Church will bring Moore's program "So Long Insecurity" live to the church via satellite on Saturday. - photo by Special

    Beth Moore is one of America's most renowned and respected Bible teachers. Saturday, Statesboro and area residents will have the chance to see Moore in action live via satellite.
    In conjunction with the Church Communication Network (CCN), Statesboro First United Methodist Church will present Moore's program, “So Long Insecurity,” at 10a.m. Saturday on a big screen inside the church on South Main Street.
    Moore's program specifically targets women throughout North America and aims to help conquer fear and doubt and instill confidence and security in the nationwide simulcast event.  
    Statesboro First United Methodist Church has used “Beth Moore Bible Studies” for years and expects strong attendance at the event. Tickets are $15 and you can contact Robin Kersey to purchase tickets at (912) 764-7589 or on the web at
    Anticipating a live audience from churches and organizations throughout North America, simulcast events with Moore are one of the largest of their kind for CCN or any other Christian network.
     “This unprecedented gathering of women from virtually every Christian denomination is only possible with CCN's satellite technology and diverse church network,” said Bill Dallas, founder and CEO of CCN.
    Founder of the world-wide Living Proof Ministry, Moore is known to women everywhere for her Bible studies, conference teaching and numerous best-selling books, including “Breaking Free, Believing God” and “Get Out of That Pit.”
    During her program Saturday, Moore reveals a transparent, almost autobiographical look, at the common sources of  female insecurity: the unattainable perfection of media images; dependence on a man's love as ultimate validation; and success that is defined by money, power and status.
    “So Long, Insecurity” is a 5-1/2 hour, one-day event. Teaching sessions will be presented by Moore with praise and worship led by Travis Cottrell and his band.  The session begins promptly at 10 a.m. and is scheduled to run until 3:30 with a 90 minute lunch break.


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