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Powerful workshops, special sessions at fall Church Ministries Conference
Leadership, community outreach, and small groups are among the sessions set for the 2012 Church Ministries Conference this fall at BBC&S.
"Equipped to Serve" is the theme for the one-day conference on Saturday, November 3. Speakers, workshops, fellowship, and exhibitors will be featured, enhancing the ministry and leadership of anyone serving in a local church. The General Session speaker is Ken Rudolph, an excellent communicator to youth and adults known for his ability to motivate people to a life committed to Jesus Christ.
The event will also include sessions on children's, youth, and adult ministries, with a special interactive track for pastors. Registration and exhibits will open at 8 a.m.; the program will run through 3:30 p.m.
Details on workshop leaders, sessions, registration and more will be posted later at www.bbc.edu/cmc.
Ken Rudolph and wife, Jinner, have been in ministry for more than 35 years. Their work has included time in the pastorate, at BBC&S, and at Lake Ann Camp. In 2009, the couple joined the staff at the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism and are part of the mobilization team.
Through their work at ABWE, Ken speaks in many Christian Schools in Europe and the U.S. and at leadership conferences. They also work with many churches in Europe and the U.S., connecting them in church planting endeavors.
Ken remains involved in doing teen camps at Lake Ann, as well as camps in Germany and Romania. One of the main responsibilities they enjoy with mobilization is recruiting young people to missions. They are working primarily with a church in Kusel, Germany that has done over 50 internships with German and American young people. Ken's heart is to plant many churches in Europe.
The November 3 event is designed for anyone interested in actively serving better, whether through teaching, outreach, mentoring, or small groups.
Focused sessions with experienced leaders will examine sharing your faith, discipling, missions trips, church leadership, and more. Church-based ministries -- from women and men to youth, children, and seniors -- will be topics for learning.
Hundreds of pastors and church workers attended Church Ministries Conferences events since 2008.
Registration and other details will be posted later at www.bbc.edu/cmc.
For questions, contact 570.585.9361 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers an outstanding Christian education through on campus, online, and other distance learning options. Students learn to serve and lead as they gain critical leadership and life skills.
To learn more, go to www.bbc.edu or call 570.586.2400.
Posted on: 8/13/2012 7:22:03 AM