FBFI Conference 2010

Final Observations

Brent Belford, a professor at Northland International University, reporting from the FBFI Annual Conference. The last day of the conference started early this morning with testimonials from different Chaplains from the FBF. These testimonies were very enjoyable. I really enjoyed hearing of the many people who have been converted as a result of the ministry of some of these chaplains. We need to continue to pray for these men as they minister the gospel to others in the military.

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Wednesday evening Session

Last night we had the opportunity to hear Pastor Rick Arrowood. Pastor Arrowood is the pastor of Crosspointe Baptist Church in Indianapolis. He preached from 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18. He used this passage to describe the comfort that believers posess in the rapture. This service was by far the most attended service of the whole conference as it formed the Wednesday service for plenty of the area churches.

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2nd Day of Conference

This morning started with an exposition of 2 Peter 3:1-12 by Pastor Jim Efaw.

Pastor Efaw is the senior pastor of Beth Eden Baptist Church and he was also a pastor at Cross Lanes Bible Church in Cross Lanes, West Virginia. I also served on staff at CLBC for a time, so I know Pastor Efaw from his frequent visits back to West Virginia. Since I was a young man, I have always appreciated him and this session was no dissapointment. His basic premise was about the blessed hope that we have as believers.

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Greetings

Greetings from Denver! I’m Brent Belford, a Bible professor from Northland International University, reporting on the FBFI Annual Fellowship. This year’s conference is being held at Tri-City Baptist Church in Westminster, Colorado.

I came to the conference at 3 pm for registration and was greeted by many wonderful and helpful workers. The registration process was easy to navigate and there were many staff prepared to help me in any way that they could. There were sessions going on in the auditorium that were designed to help chaplains learn how to better deal with Islam.

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