Revival 2
Make plans to join us for a special time of renewal with guest speaker Pastor Mike Atkins of Jackson Hole, Wyoming!
Sunday, Oct. 28 @ 11 a.m.
(with guest worship leader LeeAnn Johnsonbaugh)
 Sunday, Oct. 28 @ 7 p.m.
(with guest worship leader Laura Gibson)
Monday, Oct. 29 @ 7 p.m.
(worship with the CFBC Praise Band)
Tuesday, Oct. 30 – 7 p.m.
(worship with the CFBC Praise Band)
About Our Speaker . . .
Pastor Mike was born and raised in Oak Ridge, Tenn., and came to know the Lord while a college student at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. His ministry experience began at Mount Paran Church of God in Atlanta, Ga., at the time one of the largest churches in North America, where he met his lovely wife of 36 years, Patty. The Lord called the couple to the pastorate in Jackson Hole, Wy., more than 20 years ago, and they have raised three daughters—Micah, Rebekah, and Sarah—in the valley of the majestic Teton Range. He is active in foreign missions and regularly travels both domestically and internationally to teach and share about the love of God with people of all ages, races, and backgrounds.
Mike and Patty pic

Mike & Patty Atkins

With a bachelor’s degree from Boston University and graduate studies at Regent University, Mike’s in-depth understanding and application of Biblical truth has enlightened the body of Christ for decades. His DVD series “The Centrality of the Cross” has been translated into multiple languages and used by thousands of churches in North America and around the world. He has authored the books “Church of the Nations: Becoming a 1st Century Church in a 21st Century World” and “A Sound Access to the Supernatural.” In addition, his messages are shared via AsiaSat broadcasts out of Pakistan and reach more than 70 nations each week.
Mike has ministered to the body of Christ in a variety of roles—dedicated minister, insightful teacher, caring counselor, loving pastor, spiritual father, and faithful friend. “The secret to the Christian life,” he offers, “is not me living my life for Christ, but rather Christ living His life through me.”