National Young Adult Conference Takes Place in Mid-June

Online registration closes June 1 for the 2012 National Young Adult Conference of the Church of the Brethren. NYAC will be held June 18-22 at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville on the theme “Humble, Yet Bold: Being the Church” (Matthew 5:13-18). Young adults ages 18-35 who attend will have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of activities including daily worship and Bible studies, free time for fun activities and good conversation, service projects, and more. Bible studies and worship services will be webcast live and available to view online.
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Newsline for May 31, 2012

Stories include: 1) New Church Planting Conference emphasizes love for God, and others. 2) BBT Board approves new funds for BFI clients and charts a course for Pension Plan. 3) June 4 is the last day of operation of New Windsor Conference Center. 4) Gather ’Round co-sponsors conference on children and youth. 5) Global Food Crisis Fund gives first round of grants for 2012. 6) On Earth Peace announces Bill Scheurer as new executive director. 7) National Young Adult Conference takes place in mid-June. 8) Pre-registration remains open for Ministers’ Association event. 9) Brethren Volunteer Service holds summer orientation unit. 10) Brethren bits: Correction, personnel, Annual Conference deadline, church anniversaries, and much much more. […]

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Gather ’Round Co-Sponsors Conference on Children and Youth

An innovative conference on ministry with children and youth drew well over 400 people from across North America and from several other countries. “Whatever our faith tradition, wherever we live, we are united in shared convictions that the vitality of the church depends on children and youth and that young people are dear to God’s heart,” said Dave Csinos, founder and chief planner of the conference, called “Children, Youth, and a New Kind of Christianity” (CYNKC). […]

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Brethren Bits for May 31, 2012

Brethren bits in this issue of Newsline include a correction to a previous issue, personnal announcements, a volunteer opportunity for electricians through BDM, a key deadline for Annual Conference registration, church anniversaries, a $1 million grant for Juniata College, preliminary auction results in Shenandoah District, honors for Brethren individuals, and much more. […]

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