"Equipping the Saints," a seminar which will help individuals build vision for cross-cultural ministry, will be held on Geneva's campus on Saturday, Jan. 12, 2008.
The morning program is sponsored by Pittsburgh Network for the Great Commission. The network was formed to provide people with opportunities through which they can connect with others to work more effectively in carrying out the Great Commission of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The free program scheduled from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. in Alexander Hall, includes a continental breakfast. Dr. Dean Smith, Head of Geneva’s Bible Department, will speak about local mission opportunities. Dr. Bill Kofmehl, president of Christian Literacy Associates in the Pittsburgh area, will explore regional outreach. Dr. Berin Gilfillan, founder of International School of Ministry, will deliver a message on reaching the world with the Gospel.
Churches and community ministries are invited to bring their displays. Please reserve table space by contacting Ed Slonchka at 412-771-2775 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
A free will offering will be taken.
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