Other 2009 NACC Events


Purchase or reserve tickets for all these events online at www.gotonacc.org or by calling the NACC at (513) 772-9970. Prices are discounted until June 15, so decide now which of these events is for you!







Cane Ridge Tour (8:00 am—3:00 pm Tuesday)


Tour the Cane Ridge Meeting House with a worship session at the old church, lunch, and a visit to the Cane Ridge Museum. All-inclusive tickets cover your bus shuttle from the convention center, admittance, and lunch. Tickets: $30. Sponsored by Cincinnati (Ohio) Christian University and CHRISTIAN STANDARD.







NACC Annual Golf Outing (8:30 am Tuesday)


Honorary chairman/host Bob Russell. Lunch and souvenirs included with greens fee, which supports the NACC Scholarship Fund.







Standard Publishing Luncheon (11:30 am Tuesday)


Share your ideas with Standard Publishing personnel at this annual favorite. Free tickets are available by contacting Robb Faust at rfaust@standardpub.com. For more information, go to www.standardpub.com/NACC.







LOGOS Bible Software Training (1:00—5:00 pm Tuesday)


This “training camp” provides participants the opportunity to dig into LOGOS Bible Software and talk to the experts from LOGOS. Bring your laptop and learn how to expertly utilize this Bible tool. Tickets: free. Sponsored by LOGOS Bible Software.







Ministers’ Networking Breakfast (7:30—8:30 am Wednesday and Thursday)


Designed to cultivate a meaningful learning experience between the seasoned ministry leader and someone eager to grow and learn. Experienced leaders will spend time with you in a small group. Tickets: free. Sponsored by Milligan College and Standard Publishing.







Kids’ DayTrips to Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom (8:45 am—4:30 pm Wednesday and Thursday)


NACC-approved chaperones will escort children to the amusement park. Whether your kids prefer the big roller-coaster, calmer rides, the playland, the water park (bring swim gear), or shows, Kentucky Kingdom has it all! Your kids may choose among different chaperoned groups. Parents are not required to send money with their children. The DayTrip ticket includes admission for children ages 6-12 on either Wednesday or Thursday, transportation from the convention center, food, and drinks. Tickets: $45 (children attending both days will need two tickets).







Seniors’ Luncheon (12:30 pm Wednesday)


Wayne Smith presents “Favorite Memories of the Joys of Ministry.” Bob Russell will serve as moderator. Be advised: this event is notorious for bursts of spontaneous laughter. Musical entertainment by the men’s quartet, 4 FOR 1. Tickets: $16. Sponsored by Johnson Bible College. 





Ladies’ Luncheon (12:30 pm Thursday)


Tammy Trent, popular Christian recording artist, author, and speaker, tells about her music career, the tragic death of her husband, and the lifeline of hope connecting her to God’s enduring love and incomprehensible strength. Tickets: $18.







Leadership Banquet (5:15 pm Thursday)


The keynote speaker will be Jack Graham, one of the most powerful voices for God in America today. He is a gifted communicator and author of more than a dozen books, with a national TV and radio program. Tickets: $20. Sponsored by Church Development
Fund.







Casting Crowns Concert (9 pm Thursday)


The Grammy-winning group, which has sold more than 4 million records, will perform such hits as “If We Are the Body,” “Who Am I?” “Voice of Truth,” “Lifesong,” “Praise You in This Storm,” “Does Anybody Hear Her?” “East to West,” and “Slow Fade.” Among other accomplishments, Casting Crowns was the top-selling group of 2007 on Billboard’s Christian/Gospel chart and headlined the top-grossing Christian music tour of the 2007-08 season. Tickets: free (simply wear your 2009 NACC registration name badge for admission). Sponsors: Discover Christian Church, Southeast Christian Church, Christians Haven, and Cincinnati Christian University.





Related 2009 NACC Articles:


“Still Amazed!” by 2009 NACC President Jeff Stone


“Why Is the NACC Important? I Go for My Family” by Brent Storms


“Why Is the NACC Important? Let Me Count the Ways” by Ken Idleman


“NACC Women’s Conference Returns for a Second Year” by Jennifer Taylor


“2009 NACC Program”


“The Minister & Spouse Retreat” (Aug. 11-13 in Ridgecrest, NC)

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