The Ocean City Tabernacle is excited to welcome Shaunti Feldhahn for the 8:30 a.m. traditional and 10:30 a.m. contemporary worship services on Sunday, June 27.
Feldhahn is a groundbreaking social researcher, best-selling author and popular speaker – but a wife and mom first.
With a graduate degree from Harvard and experience working on Capitol Hill and Wall Street, Feldhahn uses her analytical skill to investigate the most important surprises about the most important people in our lives.
Her groundbreaking, research-based books, such as “For Women Only,” have sold more than 3 million copies in 25 languages and are widely read in homes, counseling centers and corporations worldwide.
She is a popular media commentator, and her findings are regularly featured in media as diverse as The Today Show, Family Life radio and podcasts, Focus on the Family, The New York Times and Cosmopolitan magazine.
The title of Feldhahn’s message will be “Find Joy,” based on her new devotional book.
“This talk brings listeners the best truths from both science and scripture to help every one of us live in unshakable peace and joy regardless of what is going on around us – and even in us,” the Tabernacle said in a news release. “With practical action steps and the emotional and spiritual tools needed to confront any difficulty, it is time to move from uncertainty and stress to abundant peace and joy.”
Also appearing Sunday, June 27 at 7 p.m. will be Christian recording artist and worship leader Aaron Shust. With multiple No. 1 Christian singles and Dove Awards – including Song of the Year and Songwriter of the Year – Shust’s pursuit of beauty in music is evident in the studio and on stage.
Admission is free. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. for first come, first served seating with pre-service worship at 6:30 p.m.
For a full schedule of speakers, concerts, conferences and other events at the Ocean City Tabernacle, visit octabernacle.org.
Located at 550 Wesley Avenue, the Ocean City Tabernacle is a family ministry center where the Gospel of Jesus Christ is central.