Future Preachers Conference
Future Preachers Conference—November 9, 2012
Mentoring Young Men for Ministry
Future Preachers is a local church ministry of purposeful discipleship and training for young men who sense God may be calling them into ministry. Dr. James D. Maxwell III, Faith's president, developed and used this program in his pastoral ministry and some of the young men in his programs are in pastoral ministries today.
On Friday, November 9, 2012, Faith will host a one-day conference to help pastors and other church leaders learn how to implement this program in their churches. Part of the conference will be an explanation of the Future Preachers Notebook which a pastor can use to train young men in his church.
The conference begins at 8:00 a.m. and concludes at 3:30 p.m. The cost for the conference is $25 which includes lunch.
The speakers for the day will present the concept of the Future Preachers program and share insights on how to use it in your church.
Dr. James D. Maxwell III, president of Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary
Dr. Douglas Brown, Faith faculty member
Dr. Daniel Brown, Faith faculty member
Rev. Wayne Hart, pastor of Maranatha Baptist Church in Grimes, Iowa
Mr. Lance Augsburger, dean of men at Faith
The conference will include a video recording of a Future Preachers program in operation and a roundtable discussion of ways to train young men for ministry in local churches.
The conference will take place in Room 103 of the Nettleton Center (Convocation Center).
Please register below so we may prepare lunch for you. Registration deadline is November 2. You will pay the registration fee on your arrival. For more information, contact Don Anderson at 515.964.0601, ext. 284.
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