Attention seniors preparing for ministry
This summer, the North American Christian Convention will be in Louisville, July 9-12. As a graduating senior, they are offering you the opportunity to attend by providing a FREE registration and travel funds.
NACC- the following qualifications will be observed in selecting qualified candidates who will receive some attractive incentives to participate:
1. You are a 2012/2013 graduate of a NACC selected Bible College/ University who will be a graduate by the event date of Friday, July 12, 2013, or sooner, and are, or preparing, to serve in ministry.
2. You will voluntarily participate in the Commissioning Ceremony being planned for the qualified graduates, at the 2013 NACC on Friday morning, July 12, at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Hall 2C, in Louisville, KY.
3. You will be able to attend at least 1 or 2 or 3 days of the 2013 NACC as part of your participation. Enjoy!
4. You will be willing to share a room with another similar ministry graduate from your college/university; and/or you are willing to share a room with a similar ministry graduate from another college/university . Exception: If you are married, or have a family, and will be attending with a spouse or family members then you will pay for any additional amount needed to secure a non-shared hotel room.
Next Steps: If you qualify with all items 1 through 4 above, complete the simple registration form provided, and have it authorized/signed by the commissioned volunteer servant on your campus, who will return your registration information, along with other applicants from your campus to NACC, 110 Boggs Lane, Suite 330, Cincinnati, OH, 45246. Attention: Ryan Allcott.
I (Phyllis Fox) will be your on-campus contact. Please let me know if you have any questions. And – I would love to know if you are planning to participate. Just send me a quick email to let me know. Thanks!!
Director of Church Relations
and Youth in Ministry
PO Box 9
Milligan College TN 37682
“The young do not know enough to be prudent, and therefore they
attempt the impossible — and achieve it, generation after generation.”
-Pearl S. Buck