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Inside Horizons 2010

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Why Horizons?

The face of ministry is constantly changing. How can your church keep up? The Horizons conference offers innovative ministry training that emphasizes growing and developing ministries for your church. Ministry leaders can meet, network, and build relationships with their peers from churches throughout the state, while attending workshops geared towards meeting your needs and answering your questions. Register for Horizons today on the BCM/D Horizons Registration page!

Today we go inside this exciting training event with a Pastor and a Sunday School Director to hear why they and their key leadership make a point of attending Horizons every year. You’ll also get a sneak peek at some of the new sessions being offered this year. Go ahead, click play.

Horizons Info

July 23-24 at Skycroft Conference Center, Middletown MD
Horizons Registration

3 comments (Add your own)

1. JJames wrote:
1.Dr. Whitney2.I can’t pick just one chapel sicevre. However, I would say Dr. Scroggins and Dr. Rainer had the most immediate impact as I ended up writing a letter to my grandparents offering and asking for forgiveness. 3.I would have to say the anonymous letter to Dr. Mohler and Dr. Patterson. Personally, it was the stir that was caused by mine and my wife's views on birth control and family planning.4.Rereading books that I read in my undergrad studies and seeing that many of my convictions were rooted in the Puritans and I didn’t really know it. The other is “ah-ha” moment was reflecting each week on the chapel sicevres—I think the messages impacted me and my life more because of this. 5.Most demanding—Personal Spiritual Disciplines. Least demanding—Church History I6.Quest for Godliness, George Muller, Pilgrim’s Progress, Knowing God7.This was the semester that I learned to trust in God completely. Moving to Louisville with my family (wife and 2.5 kids) and finding out we had no income at all 10 days later, letting some friends live with us during this time (for two months), and seeing God in all the trials and joys, was definitely an answer to my prayer as I left Rockport Baptist Church in Arnold, MO: I asked that they would pray that I would seek God Himself and not just facts about God.8.I read a lot of different blogs. The two that standout are Lawn Gospel and This Blog Chose You—I have become friends with both of those guys.

Sun, June 17, 2012 @ 2:14 PM

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3. Arun wrote:
Jun27rbud I think Mohler's comments are a huge shift. It restepenrs a clear change in the way that SBaps view the issue. He might have gone further to say that the homophobia that clearly dominates the church on sexual issues has raised an ugly element of hate that sternly goes against the gospel message, and has elevated homosexual sin to a level that far exceeds all other sins. It's moronic to place homosexual sin above murder and many forms of destruction and deceit. It will be interesting to see how Mohler's views and comments unfold over time.

Sat, July 28, 2012 @ 10:09 AM

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