Local man will speak at ‘Men Alive’

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Ballymena resident Grant Wetherall will be a speaker at this year’s Men Alive conference from July 17-19.

Grant, who is a Messianic Jew and Director of Jewish Insights, will be the morning speaker at the conference which is a free event being held at Browne’s Farm in Bushmills.

Organiser William Browne, who holds the conference in a new 1,500 capacity shed on his farm, says: “I feel that God is calling men to stand up and step into the role that he intended for them by taking up their shield of faith and to be empowered by his Holy Spirit, to transform their own lives, the lives of their families and their churches and communities. 

“I feel God has shown me that for too long within families, the women have been holding up the shield of faith and that this shield is too heavy for them,” he said.

Hein Hoere will be the evening speaker from 7.30pm.

Hein has worked as a missionary in Columbia for about the last 30 years and has links in Northern Ireland with Divine Healing Ministries in Belfast.

Worship at the event will be led by Andy Rogers.

For more information on Men Alive, log on to: www.menaliveireland.com or tel 07855767171.