OXFORD — Daryl E. Whitmer will be the special speaker at the 10 a.m. worship meeting Sunday, June 25, at Hosanna Church.

Whitmer is the founder and director of the AIIA Institute, which exists in order to defend and explain the historic Christian Faith in the marketplace of competing ideas within the nation’s culture.

He also put together the historic Why Jesus 2016 Conference, which drew more than 6000 people to Bangor to hear notable defenders of the historic Christian Faith.

Pastor Eric J. Hanson and the people of Hosanna church invite all to hear Whitmer.

The church will offer its full range of church classes for children of various ages that Sunday, just as on any other week. There will also be baby and toddler care available. Refreshments are served before and after church.

Witmer founded AIIA in 1991. For over 30 years he served as a local church pastor. His ordination credentials are with the Evangelical Free Church of America. In 1972 he was significantly influenced by a term of study at Dr. Francis Schaeffer’s L’Abri Fellowship in Huemoz, Switzerland.

In December of 1984, Witmer suffered an extensive ordeal with Guillain-Barre syndrome that has left him in a wheelchair with quadriparetic paralysis. He and his wife, Mary, have three grown sons, three daughters-in-law, and eight grandchildren.

Daryl E. Whitmer

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