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J. Brent Walker, Executive Director, Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty This workshop will teach Baptists how to “fight like heaven” in po...

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Ka’thy Gore Chappell, Leadership Development Coordinator, CBFNC        When a woman is “raised” to find out what ...

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Lydia Hoyle, Associate Professor of Christian History and Baptist Heritage, Campbell University Divinity School The King James Bible just celebrated ...

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Darryl Aaron, Pastor, First Highland Avenue, Winston-Salem; Ryan Eller, Lead Organizer, C.H.A.N.G.E. Explore hermeneutical strategies for relevant, a...

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Amanda Price, LP, PhD, Clinical Psychologist Participants will look at crises of faith and home that can rock a child’s world.  This session wil...

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Linda Jones, Missions Coordinator, CBFNC, and Michelle Norman, CBF Field Personnel in Greece Often teams go on a mission trip or work in their commun...

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David Key, Director of Baptist Studies, Candler School of Theology  Congregational life is always changing.  How do we keep up with the cha...

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 John Vestal, Computer Engineer and College Sunday School Teacher at Greystone, Raleigh With all the changes to our social order being driven by...

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Jim McConnell, Assistant Professor of New Testament Interpretation, Gardner-Webb University Divinity School We will consider the miracles of Jesus an...

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Racial Reconciliation and the Future of the Church Panel Discussion from the New Baptist Covenant II held November 19, 2011.
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