Plan to attend the bivocational/small-church leaders luncheon


The Bivocational/Small Church Association will host a free luncheon in honor of all bivocational and small-church servant leaders during the Baptist General Convention of Texas annual meeting in Waco in mid-November.

richard ray130Richard RayThis free luncheon is scheduled for Monday, Nov. 14, at 11:30 a.m. in the Ranger Room in the Waco Convention Center.

If you would like an advanced free ticket for the luncheon, please email your name with the number of tickets requested to [email protected].

At this free luncheon, you will hear about the ministries and missions of your Bivocational/Small Church Association and how we are striving to meet the needs of those serving on the small-church mission field. You also will hear from our partners from Christian Healthcare Ministry as they describe their alternative to the high cost of healthcare coverage.

Pastor Ryan Dennis, president of the Bivocational/Small Church Association, will share his vision for 2017, including additional regional conferences and fellowship opportunities.

Therefore, if you are planning to attend the BGCT annual meeting in Waco, I encourage you to attend this special luncheon in honor of those serving on the small-church mission field. You may pick up your tickets at the door. However, there is limited seating, so I encourage you to RSVP as soon as possible.

The Lord has called you to serve, but he has not called you to serve alone. Contact me at [email protected] or at (432) 202-1526 for more information, or visit our website to learn how the Bivocational/Small Church Association can minister to and serve you. Remember, “Together, no church is too small.”

Richard Ray is executive director of the Bivocational/Small Church Association and director of missions for Tri-Rivers Baptist Area.

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