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Shirley Womble - Minister to Children and Families, Masonboro, Wilmington Explore the best ways that a parent, grandparent, teacher or pastor can dia...

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Glenn Jonas, Professor of Religion, Campbell Divinity School Lottie Moon is arguably the most famous missionary that Southern Baptists ever produced....

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Annette C. Snyder, Circles Communities Coordinator for the NC State Office Circles model creates the opportunity to bridge the gaps that keep us from...

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Hugh Hollowell, Pastor to the Homeless and Director of Love Wins Ministries Using the St. Francis story as the example, we will be discussing our ten...

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Posted in: Social Justice
Robert Canoy, Dean, Gardner-Webb University School of Divinity This workshop will feature an interactive conversation about preaching from the Book o...

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Posted in: How to Teach
George Fuller, Jr., served in churches for 27 years and been a pastor to many in recovery; Al Mooney, doctor practicing addiction and family medicine ...

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Curtis Freeman, Director, Baptist House of Studies; Steve Harmon, Adjunct Professor of Christian Theology, Gardner-Webb School of Divinity Learn from...

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Chris Gambill, Manager, Congregational Health Services, Center for Congregational Health God’s people don’t always agree. Issues like sexuality, immi...

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Dan Day, Associate Professor of Preaching and Worship, Campbell University Divinity School    That discomfort, if not hostility, reign...

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Posted in: Worship
Bill Leonard, Professor of Church History, Wake Forest School of Divinity Baptists, once part of the American Protestant establishment, con...

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