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March 23, 2012

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BCF students catch a vision for church planting during the fall missions conference.

On Tuesday, April 17, The Baptist College of Florida (BCF) will host a Discovering Church Planting Seminar on the Graceville Campus from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. CST.

The Discovering Church Planting Seminar is a one-day event that helps prospective church planters understand and clarify their interest and call to church planting. Participants will learn from field-tested church planters as they share insights and apply lessons learned from working with church plants. The seminar is not only geared for individuals who are interested in church planting, but also for churches interested in sponsoring a new church and denominational/network staff who are interested in learning more about church planting.

According to event organizers, there will be five exciting breakout sessions which will cover the following topics: Best Fit: My Calling and Wiring, Living Sent: God's Mission of Making Disciples, Practical Tips: Nuts and Bolts of Starting a New Church, Coaching 101: What Every Church Planter Needs, and Next Steps: Where do I go from here?

All of the training and conference materials, along with lunch, will be provided to those who attend. To register, please call Nicole Kalil at 800-266-8584 ext. 3188. To receive additional information, visit www.baptistcollege.edu or call BCF Missions Professor Rich Elligson at 850-263-3261 ext. 478.