Bible Worker Conferences Provide Training and Networking

Last fall, a delegation of Bible workers from Washington Conference attended the first Bible worker conference held in Colorado.

Presentations focused on preparing a personal testimony, realizing God's call, studying the Bible with others and seeking decisions.

Besides enjoying a time of reconsecration, the conference attendees also found value in networking with other Bible workers and learning how God is using others in His work around the nation.

As a result of this experience, Washington Conference will host their first annual Bible worker and prayer warrior conference next spring at Camp Berachah in Auburn. The focus of this April 4–6 conference is twofold. Not much can be accomplished without prayer, so training in prayer will be provided by Randy Maxwell, pastor and author of If My People Pray. Dan Knapp, a pastor with many years of experience in sharing his faith, will provide the training for Bible workers.

To learn more or to register, visit www.washingtonconference.org.

January 01, 2008 / Washington Conference
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