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Jeff Bardel – If I Would Have Died That Day
September 24 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Have you ever wondered what happens after you die? Have you ever thought, “Is there life after death?”
Join us Saturday, September 24th for a night that will change your life and eternity! We will begin the night at 5 pm with a free BBQ dinner which will include some fun for the kids with a bouncy house! After the BBQ and fun, we will head to the church sanctuary for a life-changing testimony from our guest speaker Jeff Bardel. Jeff will share how a near-death experience changed his natural life and eternity forever.
Here is more about Jeff!
Jeff Bardel – “When I was 18 years old, my life was forever altered by an experience i still remember in vivid detail. Certain smells, sounds, or even lighting can rip me from where I am and snatch me back in time – like Marty McFly in a Delorean – to the hot, dirty, glass factory where my life forever changed in a split second. I guess when you are not just in the fight of your life, but a fight for your life, it tends to remain fresh in your mind.”
Make plans to join us to hear about Jeff’s near-death experience and how the Lord saved him!
Jeff Bardel is a 1998 graduate of Appalachian State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Communications. After working as a newspaper reporter for a year and a half, he answered the call of God on his life and attended Rhema Bible Training Center in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, graduating in 2004 with a focus in pastoral studies. He worked in the Communications Department of Kenneth Hagin Ministries for 8+ years.
Since sharing his testimony for the first time in November 1996 to a group of 200 youth, the desire of Jeff’s heart is to lead people to Jesus. Using humor and captivating illustrations, he has shared his unforgettable life story throughout the United States and around the world. After dedicating his life to Christ, Jeff has led thousands of people to Jesus.
On July 19, 2006, Jeff set a world record, breaking his own record he set in 2005, for the longest golf ball hit with only one arm. He incorporates that accomplishment into an altar call that challenges his audience to make a decision for Christ.
3608 Custer Ave.
Billings, MT 59102