86th Annual National Fellowship Meeting in San Francisco

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  1. Rob't K. Fall

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    On a lighter note, brethren, here is some information of interest to some here (to the others please consider this so much white noise).

    June 13-15, 2006, the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship, International will hold its eighty sixth annual national fellowship meeting in San Francisco. The meeting is hosted by Hamilton Square Baptist Church. This year HSBC celebrates her 125th anniversary.

    Click here for more info.
     
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    The meeting's theme is A Light Shining in Darkness.
    Here is the conference schedule from the website:

    Tuesday, June 13

    5:00 p.m. Registration Begins

    7:00 p.m. Fred Moritz
    Christ, the Light for a Dark World—The light of the Gospel is the answer to the tragic consequences of the darkness of the worlds pagan religions.

    8:00 p.m. Chuck Phelps
    Dispelling the Darkness in Order to Bring Joy to Your City—The aggressive nature of modern day paganism will require a new level of dedication in our ministries. New and greater results will be sure to follow.

    Wednesday, June 14

    8:30 a.m. Prayer Meeting

    9:00 a.m. Matt Recker
    Dispelling the Darkness through Reaching the Nations of the World at Our Doorstep—One of the world’s greatest missionary opportunities is found in the dramatic demographic changes taking place right where we live.

    10:00 a.m. Jeremy Sweatt
    Dispelling the Darkness through a New Generation of Leaders in New Emerging Cities—God is wonderfully raising up a new generation of men passionately committed to God’s Word and to the amazing opportunities of new, burgeoning cities across America and around the world.

    11:00 a.m. Split Sessions:
    Dave Burggraff—The Light of Apologetics for a Pagan Age
    Claudia Barba—Overcoming your Fear of the Dark—Women in ministry face unique challenges, but we can serve Him in joy and victory.

    12:30 p.m. Lunch

    1:30 p.m. Dave Barba
    Dispelling the Darkness through Planting Vibrant, Biblical Churches—Church planting is the key to personal and cultural transformation in a pagan world, and the doors are wide open.

    2:30 p.m. Free Time for Sightseeing
    Pastor Innes’ Preacher’s Tour

    Thursday, June 15

    9:00 a.m. Dave Shumate
    Dispelling the Darkness of America’s Great Immigrant Throngs—Churches need to be both creative and practical in their outreach to the flood of immigrants in our nation. Reaching them is not nearly as difficult as it might appear.

    10:00 a.m. David Innes
    Dispelling the Darkness by Ministering in the Impossible Places—The power, presence, and provision of God are a living reality in the impossible places. Those who are unwilling to commit their lives to that which seems impossible, will experience little of the reality of the supernatural in their lives.

    11:00 a.m. Split Sessions:
    Dave Burggraff—Spiritual Resources for Dispelling the Darkness
    Claudia Barba—Shining as a Light—The Power of Biblical Womanhood—As our world grows darker, a godly woman has a greater opportunity to shine for His glory.

    12:30 p.m. Lunch

    1:30 p.m. Bob Jones III
    Christian Education: Confronting the Darkness with the Weapon of Light—Central to all Christian education is the exaltation of truth and light which have their source in our Lord Jesus Christ and the Word of God.
     
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    If you want to meet the Squire, come meet me in San Francisco. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Now this is surprising, no comments. Oh well, that much more San Francisco sourdough french bread for me. [​IMG]
     
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    Thank you for the information. I was an FBF member 1968-1986 but left as they shifted to a BJU pseudo-Baptist mindset. Rod Bell did no favor to that group.

    Wasn't Hamilton Square the old church in downtown that was beseiged by Sodomites some time back? I remember horror stories of attacks on the building and people trying to attend.

    I was there in the 60's for a Seminary conference (San Francisco Baptist Theological Seminary was an excellent school in those days; it is now defunct) and to sing up at Lucerne Conference Center on Clear Lake that was owned by the Seminary.

    Ah, memories.
     
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    Yeup, that's us. I was on front door securtiy that evening. :eek: The nearest police reinforcements were at a rock concert in Golden Gate Park. The Tac Squad was working a 49er game at Candlestick.

    As for SFBTS, it died for lack of any feeder schools. International in Tempe is beginnig to fill the void left. Lucerne is going strong as an independent entity. Out here in California, we felt the influence of Arno, Sr. and G. Archer Wenigar more than the BJs.
     

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