Love Worth Fighting For Marriage Event Coming To Red Bank Baptist

Featuring Kirk Cameron

Thursday, January 2, 2014

A marriage event, Love Worth Fighting For, will be held Friday, Feb. 7, at Red Bank Baptist Church, 4000 Dayton Blvd. Love Worth Fighting For is a marriage event, featuring teaching by Kirk Cameron and music by Warren Barfield, designed to strengthen and encourage your marriage. 

VIP doors open at 5 p.m. A question and answer time for VIP tickets holders only will be from 5:15-5:45 p.m. Regular doors open at 6, with the event from 7-10:30 p.m.  

VIP Tickets are $35 per person and include seating in VIP section, access to the VIP-only autograph session, and a pre-event 30 minute Q&A with Kirk Cameron; General Admission $22.50/person; Group of 10 or more – $20/person; At the door – $25/person. Tickets are available at Red Bank Baptist Church, 877-4514. All ticket purchases are non-refundable.

Mr. Cameron is best known for his memorable role of "Mike Seaver," a cultural icon of the 80's, with his mullet hairstyle, cool glasses, and wisecracking comebacks. More recently he enjoyed much success with the #1 grossing inspirational film of 2008, Fireproof, and his recent documentary, Monumental. His company, CAMfam Studios, has released his latest film, Unstoppable.  

His speaking tour, Love Worth Fighting For, is a marriage event held in churches and has been hosted in over 150 cities. He and his wife, Chelsea, were on-screen sweethearts during Growing Pains years and are the founders of Camp Firefly, where terminally and seriously ill children and their families are provided an all-expense paid retreat (www.CampFirefly.com). They live in California with their six children.

Mr. Barfield, a North Carolina-born singer/songwriter, is on a mission to make the truly important things important again in his life. Things like faith, love, marriage, children, truth, and with his songs, he challenges us all to do the same.

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