Other events before, during annual meeting
    October 9 2015 by BSC Communications

    Each year messengers gather for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s annual meeting. This year’s meeting occurs Nov. 2-3. Before and during that time, there are events going on that people might want to attend. Pay attention to the deadlines for reservations and cost for some of the events. Here is a list:

    • Pastors’ Conference: It Shall Not Return Void: The Pastor & The Power of the Word of God. See story.

    • N.C. Baptist Ministers’ Wives – The 60th annual meeting is from 9 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Nov. 2 at the Koury Convention Center. Janet Sauls is the guest speaker. Sauls was born and raised in N.C. She and her husband, Rodger, co-founded 2 Become 1 Ministries, a marriage enrichment effort to increase understanding of the differences and needs of men and women based on God’s Word. She retired in 2014 after a 30-year career with the N.C. Department of Public Safety.

    • N.C. Baptist International Missionary Fellowship meets Nov. 2 at 10:30 a.m. at Lindley Park Baptist Church in Greensboro. Call the church at (336) 292-5761 by Oct. 30 to reserve your lunch; cost is $10. Speaker is Sam James, retired missionary to Vietnam.

    • Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary lunch – Alumni and guests are invited Nov. 2 at noon in the Blue Ashe room at the Sheraton hotel. Danny Akin, SEBTS president, will speak. Cost is $10. Register online eventbrite.com/e/southeastern-alumni-friends-luncheon-nc-baptist-convention-tickets-18794557026. Call (919) 761-2293 or email mard@sebts.edu.

    • Hispanic Banquet and Church Planting Conference – Meeting Nov. 2 from 2-7:30 p.m. in Koury Convention Center, Victoria Room A. Visit ncannualmeeting.org/index.php?id=35. The conference centers on two sessions; one will focus on how to live life on mission; the second teaches how Hispanics can reach unreached people groups in North Carolina. Speakers are from the International Mission Board (IMB) and North American Mission Board (NAMB). Ramon Osorio is Hispanic coordinator for NAMB, and Jason Carlisle is Hispanic mobilizer for IMB. The event is free, but online registration is required. Contact (800) 395-5102, ext. 5568, or wortega@ncbaptist.org.

    • Sandy Creek History Tour, sponsored by the N.C. Baptist Historical Committee, leaves Koury Convention Center Nov. 2 at 2 p.m. to tour the site of Sandy Creek Baptist Church. There will be a tour of the site along with a time for questions. Register at: ncbaptist.wufoo.com/forms/historical-committee-visit-sandy-creek-nov-2-2015. Contact (800) 395-5102, ext. 5618.

    • Coat Collection – N.C. Baptists are encouraged to donate coats to Coats for the City, an outreach effort in New York City. There will be a place at the convention center for donations. A donation of $2 per coat should offset the cost of getting the coats to the city.

    • Great Commission Partnership Breakfast meets Nov. 3 from 7 to 8:45 a.m. in the Victoria Ballroom at Koury Convention Center. Learn about North American and international partnerships that the Great Commission Partnerships Office has to offer. The breakfast is free but registration is required. Visit ncbaptist.wufoo.com/forms/ssj4smb1s8d4mk. The deadline to register is Oct. 19.

    • Heavenly Banquet meets Nov. 3 at noon in Guilford G at the Koury Convention Center. Multiplying Disciples Through All Peoples, based on Matthew 28:19, offers a diverse setting for people to learn about BSC’s multi-cultural ministries. Ed Tablazon, pastor of Triad Journey Church in Winston-Salem, is this year’s speaker. Deadline to register is Oct. 26. Cost is $12 per person. Register at ncbaptist.wufoo.com/forms/s9l0eq61kud6yk/. Contact (800) 395-5102, ext. 5651, or apulliam@ncbaptist.org.

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