Convention to include breakout sessions for first time
October 26 2001 by Bill Boatwright , BSC Communications

Convention to include breakout sessions for first time | Friday, Oct. 26, 2001
  • "Prayer Evangelism: Praying Your Friends to Christ," led by Marty Dupree, state convention consultant in prayer and event evangelism, will discuss the role of prayer in evangelism and how to pray for lost people.
  • "Leading Change in Congregations," led by David Odom, director of the Center for Congregational Health, N.C. Baptist Hospital, will include discussions on what needs to change in a church, road maps to change, and change and God's will.
  • "FAITH Awareness: The Sunday School FAITH Evangelism Strategy," led by Rick Hughes, state Convention FAITH strategist and Mike Smith, pastor, Hillcrest Church, Kernersville, will explore the popular SBC program in churches of all sizes, disciple making and building a "Great Commission" church.
  • "Operation Inasmuch," led by David Crocker, pastor, Snyder Memorial Church, Fayetteville, will explore ways churches can participate in this popular hands-on mission project.
  • "Create an On-Mission Church through Volunteer Projects," led by N.C. Baptist Men staff, will look at ways churches can become involved in volunteer missions locally, nationally and internationally.
  • "Who, Me, in Missions?" led by the North Carolina WMU staff, will be a "drop by" missions fair involving 13 different mission interests and activities.
  • Friday, Oct. 26, 2001

    Convention to include breakout sessions for first time

    By Bill Boatwright BSC Communications For the first time, the Baptist State Convention annual meeting, set for Nov. 12-14 in Winston-Salem, will include six "break-out" sessions replacing the general meeting normally held on Tuesday afternoon. The six sessions, to be held from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 13, were developed by the program committee to add variety as well as provide specific learning experiences for messengers and visitors.

    All of the "break-out" sessions will be held at the Lawrence Joel Memorial Coliseum and Annex Building.

    The six sessions include:

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