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News Briefs for July 22

by | 22 July, 2020 | 0 comments

Compiled by Jim Nieman

Kentucky Christian University president Terry Allcorn hosts A Restoration Podcast weekly to learn from Christian leaders who are moving the Restoration Movement forward. Among those he has interviewed recently: Matt Wilson of Ekklesia Christian Church in Conway, S.C. (the fastest-growing large church in our most recent survey); Doug Crozier, CEO of The Solomon Foundation; and Douglas Foster, a leading Restoration Movement scholar.

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Restoration House Ministries’ next church plant—scheduled for 2021—will be Beacon Church in southern New Hampshire. Calvin and Tara Daly are serving as planters. A video about the plant is available at www.rhmnewengland.org.

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Johnson University Florida in Kissimmee will host an e2 effective elders “Jump Start” conference on Oct. 31. Learn more at JohnsonU.edu or e2elders.org.

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Central Christian College of the Bible in Moberly, Mo., will be a host site Sept. 19 for the National Day of Volunteer Youth Ministry Training.

The college’s campus will be open to youth workers and pastors for the national video conference offered by Download Youth Ministry. This will be the first year the college has hosted the event.

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