Francois du Toit, author of the Mirror Bible translation, in Kansas City

Francois du Toit, the South African author of the new, best selling Bible translation, "The Mirror Bible," will be speaking at New Day Church in South Kansas City, May 31 - June 2.

New Day Church, located at 310 W. 106th Street, Kansas City, MO 64114 will be hosting a 2 day conference with Francois du Toit on Friday, May 31st (7pm) & Saturday, June 1st (10am & 5:30pm). Registration for the conference is $15pp and can be made in advance at: http://www.francoisdutoitkc.eventbrite.com.

Francois du Toit will also be speaking at the 10am Sunday service, June 2nd at New Day Church. There is no charge to attend the Sunday service.

Additional information is available at the New Day Church website: http://www.newdaykc.org.

This conference provides a unique opportunity to hear the South African author, Francois du Toit, on his current tour of the United States. Francois will open his poetic paraphrase with us and unfold the breaktaking beauty of the Gospel of Grace.

"The Incarnation celebrates the fact that the destiny of the Word was not the printed page, but tangible human life! A mirror can only reflect the object; likewise, the purpose of the page was only to reflect the message which is 'Christ in you.' Jesus completes the deepest longing of every human heart. The Incarnation is the ultimate translation." Francois du Toit.

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