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CE&P/GCO 2020 Vision Discipleship Conference at Covenant Seminary
By Covenant Seminary on Thursday, November 29th, 2012

Join us for the 2020 Vision Discipleship Conference at Covenant Seminary January 15-17, 2013!

Whether you're a youth leader or senior pastor, whether you've been in ministry for one year or thirty, there's something for you at this conference. Training workshops and discussion groups will be led by experienced Christian educators, and the keynote speaker will be Covenant alumnus Brian Habig. Check out the conference description, below, as well as the schedule and workshopsRegistration costs $119 (includes conference material and lunch on Wednesday; travel, lodging, and other meals are not covered) and closes January 4, 2013.

 From CE&P's website:

The 2020 Vision is about creating Kingdom disciples. A Kingdom disciple is one who has a heart that loves King Jesus, a mind that thinks like King Jesus, and a life that follows and serves King Jesus.

By setting our sights on the year 2020, we can set goals and make intentional decisions that help to form a Kingdom discipleship.

The 2020 Vision conferences are aimed at just that. Our goal is to equip the local church to make Kingdom disciples by setting our sights on the year 2020. The 2020 Vision conferences are intentionally designed for your church leadership, be they pastors, youth workers, children’s ministries workers, elders, deacons, and so on. Seminar topics cover all these areas and more.


Class Notes
[MATS] - 
Randy Rhea

After ten years as an assistant pastor of Grace Evangelical, Germantown, TN, Randy Rhea (MATS ’98) planted Trinity Presbyterian Church, Corinth, MS. This past January, Randy and his wife moved to Madison, MS where Randy is serving as the assistant pastor of Madison Heights Presbyterian. Randy and his wife Sheri have two children, Emily (12) and Walker (9).

[MDiv] - 
Michael Hall

Congratulations to Michael Hall (MDiv '00) on becoming Pastor to Students at Trinity Presbyterian Church, Charlottesville, VA. Michael has served as Pastor of Student Ministries at Kirk of the Hills, St. Louis, MO for the past seven years. Michael and his wife Kirby Hall MATS '99) have three children, McKenzie (10), Carter (9), and John Thomas (7).

[DMin] - 
Jame Hahs

After 11 years as pastor of Nameoki United Methodist Church in Granite City, Jame Hahs (DMin ‘ 06) was appointed to the position of Directing Pastor of Main Street United Methodist Church in Alton, IL. He is now entering his fourth year in that position. Jame and his wife Donna live in Alton, IL.

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