December 16, 2017

2013 Rocky Mountain Regional

FBFI Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting

January 28-29, 2013

Host church: Westside Baptist Church
6260 West 4th Street
Greeley, Colorado 80634


The meeting begins Monday evening, January 28 at 7:00 and concludes after a 1:00 lunch on Tuesday, January 29. Dr. John Vaughn, president of the FBFI and Dr. Greg McLaughlin, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Huntsville, Alabama will be our guest speakers.

Monday night: “Growing in grace and the ministry of others in my life.” Our guest speakers will be addressing the question: “what part do others in the local church have in my sanctification?”

5:00 Check-in and late registration for pastors and full-time Christian workers
7:00 Opening
7:25 Dr. John Vaughn, “The Role of Preaching in Spiritual Growth”
8:10 Dr. Greg McLaughlin, “The Importance of the Believer’s Presence at Church”
8:50 Reception

Tuesday morning: “Pastors and Christian Workers Growing in Grace.” Our guest speakers will be addressing questions such as, “what part do others, and who are they, have in the Christian worker’s ongoing sanctification? Those in ‘full-time’ ministry are constantly ‘giving-out’…what about ‘taking in’? To what/whom should a pastor/Christian worker be availing himself/herself in order to be ‘growing in grace’?”

8:00 Fellowship/continental breakfast available
9:00 Pastor Ward Smith, devotional
9:20 Dr. Greg McLaughlin, “The Strength of Fellowship”
10:05 Fellowship/display tables
10:40 Dr. John Vaughn, “The Role of the Holy Spirit in Spiritual Growth”
11:25 Fellowship/display tables
12:00 Dr. Greg McLaughlin, “Identifying Ministries of Sanctification”
1:00 “No host” lunch and fellowship at Coyote Southwestern Grill

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