Monthly Archives: October 2016

This Thursday, “Evidence for the Soul”, part 2

Join us this Thursday evening for a fascinating presentation by Beau Bishop

LIVE at Cottonwood Creek and “Zoom” to off-site Reasonable Faith chapters


Reasonable Faith
Joint meeting, Collin County and Dallas Chapters

Beau is a speaker and teacher in the areas of Christian apologetics and philosophy. He regularly speaks at churches, youth groups, bars, universities and just about anywhere else that will give him the chance to defend the truth of the Christian worldview.  He is a board member and Director of Technology for Reasonable Faith the ministry of Dr. William Lane Craig.  He also serves as the Dallas Reasonable Faith chapter president, on the board of the Bible and Beer Consortium, and as an Elder of 1042 Church in Frisco TX.  Professionally Beau is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Ranger Technology Group headquartered in Frisco TX.  He regularly speaks on topics such as apologetics, theology, Christian worldview and philosophy.  He is married to his best friend Amy Bishop and is a proud father of 4 children who are permanently enrolled in the Bishop family school of Christian apologetics.  

Thursday, October 27
6:45 – 8:15 PM
Room 202
Cottonwood Creek Church
1015 Sam Rayburn Tollway, Allen, TX 75013
South side of 121 – Just East of Stacy

Facebook:  Reasonable Faith Collin County



Please join us as we go through the 9 week Hillsdale College series,
“An Introduction to C.S. Lewis: Writings and Significance”
 This class (aka “Life Group”) is open to all.  Please email your intention to attend by sending an email msg to
Meeting in room 116 at Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen, TX
Meeting time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
(South side of 121, just East of Stacy)
There is no cost and no purchase of any workbook or other material is required.
Facebook group page:  “reasonable faith collin county”

Don’t Miss This Man’s Story – Jonathan

Jonathan grew up in a Godless family, immersed in apathy, abject poverty and purposelessness.  His father was involved in the mob; his brother was in the ‘187 Crips’ gang!  Worse still, the story of his childhood is the story of a slow-motion nightmare of neglect, abuse and molestation.  So, what reason did this young man have to think that God even exists?  What reason did he have to believe that life was worth living?  The despondency of hopelessness, the absurdity of atheism, ultimately led to his decision to end it all.

Join us Thursday evening, October 13, to meet Jonathan, to hear the rest of his story, and to share his passion for the evidence that Christianity is the only worldview that is true; the only worldview that matters; because the evidence for Christianity is evidence that matters.

Meeting Information:

6:45 PM, Thursday, Oct 13

Room 202, Cottonwood Creek Church, Allen, TX

South side of 121, just East of Stacy