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EPIC Conference 2018



Saturday, August 11th
8:30 AM – 12:00 Noon
New Prospect Baptist Church, Anderson

Pastor James will be teaching a breakout session at our Saluda Baptist Associations EPIC Conference this year. There will be three breakout sessions with refreshments in between. There will be a variety of topics taught.

TOPICS
Biblical Church Revitalization — Trey Haning
Church Security — Weldon Sellers
Community Ministry — Mark Duncan
Disaster Relief — Randy Creamer
Planning Effective Worship Services — Don Cox
Facebook/Website: The New Virtual Front Door to Your Church — James Strickland
God’s Baseball Team, Finding Your Position — Tim Danyels
Human Trafficking: It’s Right Where You Live — Sharon Fields-  McCormick
Men’s Discipleship — Sid Stewart
Merging What Is It? — Allen McConnell
Ministering Through Small Groups — Brad Hanks
Ministering to the Oldest, Wisest, Most Mature, Most Available Group in Church — Bill Parnell
Planning Effective Mission Trips — Bruce Byce
Prayer Ministry — Travis Dyar
WMU Missions for Life — Lydia Moyer
Women’s Discipleship — Deanna Bartlett

SCHEDULE
8:30 AM            Refreshments
9:00 AM            Welcome/Introductions
9:15 AM            Session One
10:00 AM          Break/Refreshments
10:15 AM          Session Two
11:00 AM          Break/Refreshments
11:15 AM          Session Three

Sponsored by Saluda Baptist Association Churches

Free event registration is not required but is helpful.

Register at https://bit.ly/2H3fhcO  or call 864-225-7759.

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