Is it merely "fire insurance" or does God have a greater plan for our lives?

During the Anderson Leadership Symposium on Monday, February 20, Paul Seger, General Director of Biblical Ministries Worldwide, and his wife, Joan, will challenge us with what the Bible has to say about training leaders to go forth and evangelize the world.

Two practical workshops and a delicious lunch complete this day dedicated to training believers.

Yes, we were rescued from paying the penalty of our sins, but we were also given the task to "go and bring forth fruit." At the Symposium, you will be enriched, encouraged, and equipped to do just that.

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Date: February 20, 2017
Registration Deadline February 17, 2017

ABC Student/staff/spouse Free
ABC Ladies Auxiliary Member $25
Guest Registration $35

*Registrations include $10 non-refundable deposit

Your registration costs include sessions, workshops, complimentary lunch, and a notebook containing speakers’ notes and workshop notes.

Please bring your pen/pencil and a Bible.

Free childcare available to ABC Campus Family (ages 0-10)


Men's Schedule
8:15am - 8:45am Registration - Servant Center, Alumni Lounge
8:45am Workshop I
9:45am Session I - Anderson Chapel
10:45am Workshop II
11:45am Lunch
12:45pm Session II - Anderson Chapel
1:45pm Session III - Anderson Chapel
Women's Schedule
8:15am - 8:45am Registration - Anderson Hall, Lobby
8:45am Session I - Anderson Chapel
9:45am Workshop I
10:45am Session II - Anderson Chapel
11:45am Lunch
12:45pm Workshop II
1:45pm Session III - Anderson Chapel

Main Speakers: Paul and Joan Seger

General Director of Biblical Ministries Worldwide

Paul and Joan Seger

Paul serves as the General Director of Biblical Ministries Worldwide. He grew up in Nigeria where his parents served as missionaries. After graduating from college, Paul served as assistant pastor at Community Baptist Church of Reidsville, North Carolina. Joan also grew up on the mission field as her parents served in Malawi and Zimbabwe.

Prior to their current ministry, Paul and Joan served as missionary church planters for 17 years in South Africa where they were involved in starting three churches and training pastors through the Church Ministries Institute. The Segers’ present ministry focuses on giving visionary leadership to Biblical Ministries Worldwide while helping international workers served by BMW succeed in their ministries. The Segers are committed to strengthening and assisting American churches toward greater mobilization and effective service on the mission fields of the world.


The ABC's of Serving in Unconventional Places

ministering in less traditional mission fields - (Tim Pauley) - SC 302

Lessons in Decorum

developing relationships in real world situations - (Abbey Stiles / Phillip Peterson) - AN 116

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