CHURCH PLANTING 101

Friday, September 22 and October 27  •  Noon  – 1:00pm •  President’s Reception Room

Planting a new church is a tenacious work that requires careful training. SBTS is committed to equipping the next generation of church planters with a solid biblical foundation and adequate skills to begin a new church in any context.

Are you planting a church, replanting, or training to deploy in a similar capacity? Join us for lunch and dialogue as you engage with other church planters and pastors.

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or Contact Matt Mihelic at mmihelic@sbts.edu

GLOBAL CONNECTIONS

Friday, September 15 and October 20  •  Noon-1pm  •  President’s Reception Room

Global Connections is your link between the classroom and the mission field. You will hear from and interact with seasoned missionary practitioners, some who are currently engaged in hands-on ministry among internationals overseas, and others in Louisville. Plan to join us for a free lunch, practical information, resources and preparation for international mission service today and into the future.

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or Contact Griffin Pearson at griffinpearson@sbts.edu

NIGHT OF VALOR

Monday, November 6  •  6:30pm  •  Legacy 303

Edgar Harrell, USMC, is the last Marine survivor of the infamous WWII disaster, the sinking of the USS Indianapolis. Ed describes how he and only a fraction of his ship’s crew survived days on end floating in the shark-infested waters of the Pacific Ocean. His gripping story recounts, above all, the power and grace of God to sustain his faith while others around him died of exposure, dehydration, saltwater poisoning, and shark attacks.

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