12 May, 2021

Ozark Plans Preaching-Teaching Convention (Plus News Briefs)

by | 26 December, 2018 | 0 comments

Ozark Christian College, Joplin, Mo., will host a Preaching-Teaching Convention Feb. 18-20. The theme is “No Matter What: Holy Living in a Hostile Land.” Among the speakers will be Caleb Kaltenbach, Brad Tate, Shan Moyers, Ashley Wooldridge, Daryl Reed, Nathan Rector, and Mark Scott.

There also will be pre-convention seminars held during the day Monday, Feb. 18, including “Church Leadership: Conversations for the Smaller Church,” “Children’s Ministry Training,” and others.

Click here to learn more and to register.

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Three conferences have been scheduled by e2: effective elders over the next several weeks.

Manhattan (Kan.) Christian College will host the “What’s Next?” conference Jan. 8, while the Oregon Christian Convention Conference and Retreat Center, Turner, Ore., has scheduled a “What’s Next?” gathering for Jan. 26.

On Feb. 2, Mid-Atlantic Christian University, Elizabeth City, N.C., will be the site of “The Healthy Elder” conference.

Click on the links to learn more about the conferences and to register.

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Milligan College, which has the most students in its history—roughly 1,240—plans to hike tuition by about 2.8 percent next school year, the smallest increase in about 25 years. Milligan president Bill Greer told the student newspaper, the Stampede, that enrollment has been helped by an increase in graduate students and the highest enrollment at Emmanuel Christian Seminary in more than 10 years. Emmanuel merged with Milligan three years ago.

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Central Christian Church’s new Queen Creek (Ariz.) Campus facility debuted Dec. 15. The larger campus site has 40,000 square feet of space, seating for up to 750 members, a café, and classrooms, among other features, according to an article in the Queen Creek Independent. CCC also holds services in Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Glendale, and Mesa; total combined attendance exceeds 9,000 weekly.

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