KZN Ministry Tour

“Exposing Evolution's Fatal Flaws”
Dr Jim Mason in the Western Cape and Gauteng

Make use of this opportunity to ‘firm up your faith’ and hear from a Christian and experienced nuclear physicist why we should put our faith and trust in God’s infallible Word, the Bible, rather than in the fallible opinions of fallen man.

Find out:
Why this is vitally important to the church today.
How to help others understand the importance of this issue too.

Also get answers to:
If there is a loving and all-powerful God, why all the death, pain and suffering in the world?
Why traditional forms of evangelism are not as successful as they once were.
Why so many think that science has somehow disproved the Bible.

Don’t miss:
Dr Jim Mason (CMI-Canada) visiting the Western Cape and Gauteng from Friday 25 July to Sunday 3 August 2014.

Use these meetings to benefit your church and community!
Hear state-of-the-art evidence that supports the Bible’s history of creation
Discover how a Genesis creation is foundational to the gospel of Christ
Learn how the Bible connects to all of reality

Meetings are free and all are welcome. So bring a friend!

Tour venues

Western Cape Province

Friday 25 July, 9:50am-10:40am, George Whitefield College, 34 Beach Road, Muizenberg.

Friday 25 July, pm, contact us to host this event.

Saturday 26 July, 9:00am-12:30pm, creation seminar, Goodwood Baptist Church, corner Milton Drive & Fisher Street, Goodwood.

Sunday 27 July, 9:00am & 11:00am, Life Church, 30 Main Road, Sea Point, Cape Town.

Sunday 27 July, 6:00pm, Shofar Tygerberg Campus, The Hub, Tygerberg Medical Campus, Fransie van Zijl Drive, Parow.

Monday 28 July, 1:00pm-2:00pm, public event hosted by Shofar Christian Church on University of Stellenbosch campus (see for more details soon), off Merriman Street, Stellenbosch.

Tuesday 29 July, 9:45am-10:45am, Bible Institute of South Africa, 180 Main Road, Kalk Bay.

Gauteng & North West Province

Wednesday 30 July, 7:00pm, Eastside Community Church, Hillcrest Swimming Complex, corner Jan Shoba Street & Duxbury Avenue, Hatfield, Pretoria.

Thursday 31 July, 7:00pm, public event hosted by CMI-SA in Duet Auditorium, 5 Goven Mbeki Avenue, Potchefstroom.

Friday 1 August, 6:30pm for 7:00pm, Pretoria Wesleyan Church, corner Serene & Beatrice Mare Streets, Garsfontein, Pretoria.

Saturday 2 August, 9:00am-12:30pm, creation seminar, Benoni Baptist Church, 33-35 Wordsworth Avenue, Farrarmere, Benoni.

Sunday 3 August, 9:30am, AFM Noordheuwel, 88 Libertas Street, Noordheuwel, Krugersdorp.

Sunday 3 August, 5:30pm, Mulderdrift Union Church, 29A Annie Road, Muldersdrift, Krugersdorp.

Check our website closer to the time for additions/changes to the tour itinerary


We are eager to see lives changed throughout South Africa, trust in God’s Word increased, and hearts and minds turned toward the Creator and Redeemer, Jesus Christ.

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