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Anderson, SC 29621

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Anderson University’s Clamp Divinity School will host its first Winter Bible Study conference Friday and Saturday, January 11-12. The theme will be “The Letters to the Seven Churches,” based on the Southern Baptist Winter Bible Study theme for 2019.

Teachers for the conference will include Dr. Bryan Cribb, Associate Professor of Old Testament at Anderson University; Dr. Channing Crisler, Associate Professor of New Testament at Anderson University; and Dr. James Noble, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry.

The conference will run from Friday evening from 7:00 to 9:30 pm and Saturday from 9:00 am to noon and from 1:00 to 3:00 pm.

Registration cost will be $30 for individuals who pre-register, $25 per person for churches registering five or more persons (includes a free 6th ticket), and $45 for persons registering at the door the day of the conference. The registration cost will include attendance at all sessions, lunch on Saturday, and a copy of The Letters to the Seven Churches Personal Study Guide by Jimmy Draper, published by LifeWay.

The conference is not only for pastors and church leaders but for anyone interested in a deeper study of God’s Word, explains Michael Duduit, dean of the Clamp Divinity School. “This section of scripture carries powerful implications for churches in the 21st century,” says Duduit. “Our hope is that churches throughout the region will make this event a priority for ministry leaders, Sunday School teachers, small group leaders, and others.”

To learn more or to register, call the Divinity School office at (864) 328-1809 or visit auministry.com/letters.

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