Feb. 9, 2019
Rocky Hock Baptist Church, Edenton, N.C.
This conference will address the role of Scripture, repentance, judgment and prayer in spiritual awakening.
The event is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration and conference fee is $30 per person and includes registration,
Chick-fil-A lunch, a book and prayer resources. Call 252-221-4133 to register or click the registration button below.
“Awake you who sleep, arise from the dead, and Christ will give you light.”
Michael Cloer has been the senior pastor of Englewood Baptist Church since 2000. He is married to his wife, Tebra, and they have three children. They also have seven grandchildren. Michael has his associate degree from Anderson College, a Bachelor of Arts from Carson-Newman College, a master of divinity from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary and a doctorate from Luther Rice Seminary.
James Horton, senior pastor of Rocky Hock Baptist Church, grew up in Franklin County and obtained his associate degree from N.C. State University, Bachelor of Arts from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and his master of divinity as well as his doctorate from Trinity Theological Seminary. James is married to his wife, Gloria, and together they have two children and two grandchildren.
Benjamin currently serves at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary as an assistant professor of theology and history of ideas as well as the associate dean for institutional effectiveness. He has been married to his wife, Ashley, since 2004, and they have four children. He desires to equip others in God’s mission of restoring all things to Himself.
J. Chris Schofield directs the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s Office of Prayer for Evangelization and Spiritual Awakening. Chris equips and encourages believers and churches to walk with Jesus in a life of prayer toward global evangelization and awakening.
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