Rosaria Butterfield: "Hospitality is Spiritual Warfare"

Rosaria Butterfield: "Hospitality is Spiritual Warfare"

Saturday, April 22, 2017, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Location: Worship Center, 361 Egypt Road, Mount Pleasant, SC US 29464

East Cooper Baptist Church welcomes Rosaria Butterfield on April 21 & 22

Friday Night
childcare is now full for Friday night
5:30p - Dinner in the gym ($5.00 per person/$15.00 per family)
6:30p - Rosaria Butterfield's talk "Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert" in the Worship Center
7:15p - Q&A with Rosaria

Saturday Morning
no childcare is offered for this session
9:00a - Worship Center doors open
9:30a - Rosaria Butterfield's talk "Hospitality is Spiritual Warfare" in the Worship Center
10:15a - Q&A with Rosaria

The $7.00 cost of the conference includes Rosaria's book "The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert." We will give out books as supplies last. You can pick up your book before the conference in our front office.  Books will also be available for pick-up and purchase at the conference. Email   with any questions.

Your registration covers both sessions with Rosaria. Dinner cost at the door is $5.00 per person/$15.00 per family.


Rosaria Butterfield was once a tenured professor of English who identified as a lesbian and worked to advance the cause of LGBT equality. After her conversion to Christ in 1999, she came to see the sinfulness of having any identity apart from Him. 

Rosaria is married to Kent Butterfield, pastor of the First Reformed Presbyterian Church of Durham, and is a home-school mother, pastor's wife, author, and speaker. She is helping Christians to better understand their LGBT neighbors and loved ones so that we can lovingly look past labels of sexual identity and share the gospel effectively. 

In 2012 she published her conversion memoir, The Secret Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert: An English Professor’s Journey to Christian Faith. Her second book, Openness Unhindered: Further Thoughts of an Unlikely Convert on Sexual Identity and Union with Christ released in summer of 2015. She writes about sexuality, identity, Christian community, and seeks to encourage all in faithful Christian living and service.



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