EVENT NAME: Revival
Evangelist Steve Pettit, one of America’s outstanding
evangelists, will come to Wooster on November 17th – 20th to conduct special
evangelistic services at North Pointe Baptist Church. Services start Sunday
morning at 9:15am, 10:30am, and Sunday evening at 6pm. Services on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday will start at 7pm.
Evangelist Pettit is widely known
as a strong Bible preacher, emphasizing revival and evangelism. He has conducted
nearly 1,000 campaigns, crusades, and camps throughout the United States and has
preached in 22 foreign countries over the past 28 years. Having worked with
teenagers for 34 years, he has a special burden for young people and their
problems. He spent his summers serving as the camp evangelist & director at
Northland Camp & Conference Center in Dunbar, Wisconsin for 29 years.
Currently, he is the national director of Cross Impact, a ministry to secular
colleges through local churches.
Steve Pettit is a native of Columbia, SC.
He was converted to Christ at the age of nineteen while a freshman at The
Citadel, the military college of SC. He surrendered to the call to preach, and
upon his graduation in 1978, he enrolled at Bob Jones University in Greenville,
SC. He received a Masters degree in Pastoral Studies in 1980. After serving as
the youth pastor at First Baptist Church in Bridgeport, MI for five years, he
began traveling as an evangelist. In 1997, Steve received three honorary
Doctorate of Divinity degrees from Bob Jones University, Northland international
University, and Ambassador Baptist Bible College. He and his wife Terry have
four children and a son-in-law.
The meetings are geared for the entire
family. Beautiful music is provided each evening by his evangelistic team, who
has over sixteen professional recordings. Ethan Weaver will conduct a nightly
children’s program called “Spy Games 2013.” The public is welcome to share in
the excitement of these services each evening. The church is located at 50
Riffel Rd., Wooster OH 44691 at the Greenbriar Conference Centre, and the pastor
is Harley Snode.