Eugene Cho

learning experience @ quest


Quest Church invites you to join us as we welcome Dr. John Perkins for an evening of worship, teaching, and celebration.  This event takes place on Saturday, February 24 from 7-9pm.  Doors will open at 6.30pm and Q Cafe will be open for your enjoyment before and after the event. In addition to Dr. John Perkins, worship will be led by the Quest Worship Band and the amazing Danelle Daymon and Royalty Gospel Choir.

Advanced tickets are $5 (before 2/21).  Tickets after 2/21 and at door (if available) are $10.  Proceeds will go towards the Perkins Foundation. 

Trust me when I say that this will be the best $5 you will ever use in your lifetime.  To register, click here.  If you’re in the larger Seattle area, bring a couple of your folks to hear Dr. Perkins preach from his heart about Reconciliation.

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2 Responses

  1. Esther says:

    Since I cannot come to hear Dr. Perkins, could you write a summary on the theme RECONCILIATION (whenever you have time)?

    God has been speaking to me regarding the ministry of reconciliation lately, so I felt God may want to enrich me more…

  2. katie says:

    please record it.

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