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Pastors' Conference 2020

Bellevue Baptist, Owensboro
November 9

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The 2020 Pastors' Conference was held on November 9 at Bellevue Baptist in Owensboro. Did you miss it? Watch the sessions via the livestream links below.



Pastors' Conference President Dan Summerlin brought together an exciting selection of speakers to explore the concept of being Faithful in ministry.  

Speaker Line Up:

Willie McLaurin - "Faithful to the Master"

McLaurin is vice president for Great Commission Relations and Mobilization with the SBC Executive Committee. Before beginning his role in January 2020, McLaurin served as special assistant to the executive director at the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board.

Tony Rose - "Faithful to Mental Health"

Rose retired as pastor of LaGrange Baptist Church after serving there for 26 years. He is a former chairman of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Mental Health Advisory Board (2014-2015) and is founder of Relational Leadership.

Hershael York - "Faithful to Your Marriage"

York has served as pastor of Buck Run Baptist Church in Frankfort since 2003. He led the 200-year-old church in growth that necessitated relocation to a 100-acre campus and new facilities. York frequently ministers internationally, especially in Brazil, where his father was a missionary.

Greg Faulls - "Faithful to Ministry"

Greg is pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church, a blogger, and a seminary professor. He has worked in Christian leadership for over 28 years, serving as pastor of three churches in Texas and Kentucky. In addition to serving as a pastor and blogging, he is also an Assistant Professor of Evangelism for Liberty University Baptist Theological Seminary in their online environments. Greg is married to Stefanie and they have 4 children, ranging from college age down to grade school. 

Mark Swadley, Music Minister of Lone Oak FBC, and Clear Creek Worship Team led worship.



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