After a wonderful breakfast, Dr. Danny Akin from Southeastern Seminary spoke on how to examine and teach scripture. He used Colossians 3:18-21 as his example.
Many from our association as well as other associations were here to learn from Dr. Akin.
For lunch, volunteers cooked a pig and chickens with all the trimmings...
Right down to delicious "Homemade Banana Pudding!
After lunch, Richard Brunson and Paul Langston representing Baptist on Mission spoke about how Baptist and others have come together to minister to this community after disaster.
And not only during times of disaster, Dr. Paul Langston, EBA's past Director of Missions spoke on other ways we have and continue to come together using our God given talents and abilities to take care of the needs of those around us. The Paul Langston Wheelchair Ramp Ministry is one that involves many people every week to care for the needs of those recovering or those confined to a wheelchair. Under instruction of Richard Weeks,
our current director of missions, you can be involved in helping restore someomes home or even be a part of a new home being constructed. Charity Rebuild is supported by The Baptist on Mission and give us all the resources and opportunity to be a part of God's work.
Chuck Register representing the NC Baptist Convention also spoke to the group to instill a sense of urgency among God's people.
Then Richard Weeks wrapped everything up by introducing a special partnership known as,
"Charity Equipping Center". What an awesome opportunity God has handed us-
Educating us through Southeastern Seminary, Equipping us through NC Baptist Convention and Engaging us in God's work through the Baptist on Mission right here at Charity.
If you aren't sure where and how God wants to use you, sign up today, get equipped and let Him reveal His plan for your life.
Classes start February 8, 2022 and registration is now open!