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"Freed has allowed me to pursue both of my interests in life all in one place. Not many college students get the opportunity to oversee a mission trip to South America with their professors and be published for undergraduate research all in the same year."
Class of 2014 • Majoring In Biochemistry and Bible
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Our event will be held in the Brown-Kopel Business Building (main sessions in Ayers Auditorium and meals in the BK Lobby).
Registration in Brown-Kopel lobby
Welcome and Kick-Off Address: Leading the Lord's People - A Privileged Work -Mark Blackwelder, Dean
Evangelism - Reaching Our Communities (Rob Whitacre) - (Ayers Auditorium)
Training the Christians for Outreach - Kevin Moore
Ways to Reach the Community - Rob Whitacre
Involving Members in Missions - Larry Waymire
Lunch: Preparatory Efforts - Training the Next Church Leaders - Kirk Brothers (Lobby)
Education - Preparing Our Teachers - David Powell (Ayers Auditorium)
Training Effective Teachers - Ron Butterfield
Aiding Our Youth Workers - Jerry Elder
Overseeing the Education Program - James Biggs
Edification - Equipping Our Families - Sam Jones (Ayers Auditorium)
Aiding New Converts - Matthew Morine
Coordinating Benevolence Efforts - Greg Massey
Promoting Financial Planning - Brandon Lanciloti
Having a Will - Kyle Lamb
Soup & Sermon - Focus - Having a Congregational Vision - Rick Brumback
Break for the Day
Registration in Brown-Kopel Lobby
Intervention - Guiding the Stuggling - Ted Burleson (Ayers Auditorium)
Addressing Addictions- Ryan Fraser
Addressing Suicide and Other Crises - Jonathan Harrison
Addressing Mental Illness - James Dalton
Addressing Family Difficulties - Roy Sharp
Lunch (meal, message, and presentations in BK Lobby)
Compassion - Building Effective Relationships - Billy Smith
Servant-Leader Elder Recognition
Servant-Leader Deacon Recognition
Spotlight Eldership: Estes - What Has Worked for Us (& What Hasn't) (Ayers Auditorium)
Emcee: Mark Blackwelder
30-Minute Presentation by elders from Estes
20-Minute Q&A with a Panel of Elders (Spotlight eldership plus others)
Breakout Sessions: Worship - Praising Our God with Excellence
Excellence in Preaching - Bryan McAlister
Praising in Song - Singing and Songleading - Clay Young
Use of Technology - Nick Jones
Coordination of the Worship - Jerry Barber
Final Remarks and Close
**For questions contact Rick Brumback (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kay Pack (email@example.com).
Freed-Hardeman University Theatre will make audiences laugh as well as think with productions of “The 39 Steps” and “The Library.” The first is a spoof...
Beautiful tribute in The Jackson Sun by Dr. Ryan Fraser —
Stan R. Mitchell: We’ve lost a friend and great spiritual example
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