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Missions Conference 2012

Audubon Drive Bible Church

Friday, February 24, 2012 at 7:00 PM - Sunday, February 26, 2012 at 1:00 PM (CST)

Missions Conference 2012

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The 6th Annual Missions Conference at Audubon Drive Bible Church will feature guest speakers Dr. Elias Medeiros, Harriet Barbour Professor of Missions at Reformed Seminary in Jackson, Mississippi and Pastor Doug Nichols, founder and International Director Emeritus of Action International. Services begin Friday at 7pm and conclude with the Sunday morning worship service at 10:30am. Over the course of the conference, we’ll learn what it means to be a missionary, how we are all called to be missionaries, and how we can support our missionaries at home and abroad. There will be reports and updates from our local mission field as well. This year we will also have a Women’s Dinner on Saturday evening. Be encouraged as you hear Fokjelina Medeiros and Margaret Nichols share their testimony and the trials and joys of being on the mission field.

Registration

Please register no later than Tuesday, February 21. This will assist in our food preparation. Although there is no charge for attending this conference, we prayerfully ask you to consider making a private donation toward our overall expenses. Galatians 6:6

Lodging

Limited housing is available through our church families on a first-come, first-serve basis. For a list of hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, and Campgrounds available, please visit our city’s website: www.laurelms.com

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Audubon Drive Bible Church
2601 Audubon Drive
Laurel, MS Mississippi

Friday, February 24, 2012 at 7:00 PM - Sunday, February 26, 2012 at 1:00 PM (CST)


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Audubon Drive Bible Church

Our 19th Annual Reformation Celebration will revisit the Reformation and give us wise counsel for doing modern reformation in our time—by addressing issues still reverberating in Christendom since Martin Luther first made his stand on October 31st, 1517.

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