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Minister's Enrichment Day set for October 30 at BBS

Minister's Enrichment Day set for October 30 at BBS

A special focus on biblical preaching and a unique time of fellowship are featured at Baptist Bible Seminary's fall Minister's Enrichment Day, a powerful opportunity for pastors, youth pastors, and their wives to learn and be encouraged and refreshed.

"Dispensationalism and Biblical Preaching" is Tuesday, October 30 at the Stowell Seminary Building. The program begins at 8:30 a.m. and concludes by 3:15 p.m.

The cost is $15 per person and $25 for couples. It includes lunch and refreshments throughout the day.BBC&S

Online registration is available at www.bbc.edu/meday.

For details, contact Paul Golden at pgolden@bbc.edu.


Special Focus
Much of the content for the day develops off the Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics, an annual forum for traditional dispensationalists to discuss biblical interpretation and related matters coordinated by Baptist Bible Seminary Dean Dr. Mike Stallard. The 2012 event is being held October 3-4 at the College of Biblical Studies in Houston.

Other speakers include Dr. Gary Gromacki, Dr. Mark McGinniss, Dr. Bill Arp, and Dr. Rod Decker.

An afternoon Youth Pastors Track will be led by veteran ministry leader and BBC&S Vice President for Enrollment & External Relations Mel Walker and Teen Leadership Conference Director Dwight Peterson. An afternoon Ladies Track features powerful speaker and LYFE Women's Conference Director Diane Lytle.

A complete schedule of the day is here.


Added College Visit
Youth pastors are encouraged to bring teens in their church to meet with Admissions representatives and tour campus. A special visit will be arranged through BBC Admissions.

The visits are a great opportunity for future college students to see the campus, meet professors, and learn about the full range of undergraduate majors at BBC. It is also a good way to build relationships with students while driving to Clarks Summit, PA.

For details on the college visit, contact Admissions at admissions@bbc.edu or 800.451.7664.


Baptist Bible Seminary offers students a genuine blend of rigorous academic content and transformational hands-on applications. Six advanced degrees are available in several affordable and flexible formats. Visit the website at www.bbc.edu/seminary. Master of Divinity, Master of Ministry, and Master of Arts | Biblical Apologetics degree programs are available in totally online formats.

Get details on BBS programs, special pricing, scholarships, and more at 800.451.2287 or BBSadmissions@bbc.edu.

Posted on: 9/10/2012 7:56:32 AM

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