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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
Moses: A prepared and Patient Leader (Jerrie Barber) - (Ayers Auditorium)
Walking with those Who Weep - Ron & Don Williams
Insuring the Ministry of the Lord's Church - Steve Watts
Teaching Rocket Teaching Tips - Michael Whitworth
Basic Songleading Tips - John Hall, John Weigand
Ladies Class: Tips for Teachers - Shawna Northrop
Lunch: Moses: A Man of Integrity - Wayne Scott (Lobby)
Men's Session: Help, I Am a Leader and it is Hurting My Family - Ryan Fraser (Ayers Auditorium)
Women's Session: Help, My Husbands Leadership Responsibilities are Hurting Our Family - Nicole Young
Brainstorming Session: We will divide into groups and share ideas.
Discussion Group for churches transitioning between preachers/YM - J. Barber
Discussion Group on Walking with those Who Weep - Don Williams
Discussion Group on Congregational Insurance (BK Lobby) - Steve Watts
Idea Sharing Discussion Group
Ladies Group: (BK 107)
Moses: A Mentoring Leader (preparing the next generation) - Stephen Rogers (Ayers Auditorium)
Soup & Sermon - Moses: The Shepherd Leader (leaders who care) - Tony Highsmith
Break for the Day
Registration in Brown-Kopel Lobby
Moses: A Man Who Saw God - David Shannon (Ayers Auditorium)
Walking with those Who Weep, Part 2 - Ron & Don Williams
Insuring the Ministry of the Lord's Church, Part 2 - Steve Watts
Tips for Christian Writers - Allen Webster
What Missionaries Need from Supporting Congregations - M Blackwelder
Ladies Class: Unclaimed Baggage - Tracie Shannon
Lunch (meal, message, and presentations in BK Lobby)
Moses: A Team Player (Exodus 18) - Allen Webster
Servant-Leader Elder Recognition
Servant-Leader Deacon Recognition
Spotlight Eldership: Jacksonville, AL - What Has Worked for Us (& What Hasn't) (Ayers Auditorium)
* Note: This is the eldership that oversees such works as Polishing the Pulpit and Heart to Heart.
Allen Webster will give a 30-minute summary of his elders' philosophy of leadership
20-min Q & A with Allen
2:00pm - 2:45pm
Brainstorming Session (break into groups to share ideas on a variety of topics).
**For questions contact Kirk Brothers (firstname.lastname@example.org, 731-435-0026) or Kay Pack (email@example.com).
The fall ethics colloquium hosted by Freed-Hardeman University’s Pre-professional Health Arts Program is set for Sept. 24 at 5:30pm in Ayers Auditorium....
Thank you to the Chester County High School juniors and seniors and the National Guard representatives who spent time with us on campus; we love our schools...
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