Christian author, speaker and encourager Liz Curtis Higgs and Prison Fellowship International are partnering to present the Endless Hope Tour, a series of uplifting women’s events held in churches across the nation, at Cropwell Baptist Church on Saturday, Aug. 25.
Sue Ann Robinson, the volunteer women’s ministry director for Cropwell Baptist Church, said tickets are available at the church. General admission is $20 per ticket and $15 apiece for groups of 10 or more. There are also a limited number of VIP tickets for $30 apiece.
An international speaker, and best-selling author of 37 books with 4.6 million copies in print, Higgs’ messages are biblical, encouraging and profoundly funny.
“I can’t wait to dive into the Word and share with you the hope-filled stories of two sisters, Mary and Martha, as together, we discover the deep-down joy and the absolute peace that comes in knowing Jesus,” Higgs said.
Sponsored by Prison Fellowship International, Higgs’ Endless Hope Tour helps raise awareness about the 14 million children, worldwide, who have a parent in prison.
She said these children, desperate for hope, are among the world’s most vulnerable, persistently exposed to abuse and exploitation into sex trafficking and child labor.
She said without intervention, they are five to 10 times more likely to end up in prison themselves.
“Children of prisoners are an invisible population, suffering in ways we cannot imagine,” Higgs said. “Yet, because of the dedicated work of Prison Fellowship International, hope is alive and well in their lives …”
Austin and Lindsey Adamec will join Higgs with music and worship.
Tickets are also available at lizcurtishiggs.com.
Cropwell Baptist Church is at 2700 Hardwick Road, Pell City. Doors open at 8:30 a.m., and the Endless Hope event starts at 9:30 a.m. VIP Access is at 8 a.m.
For more information about the Endless Hope Tour or for tickets, call Cropwell Baptist Church at 205-338-7995.