Are you ready for “The Challenge of the Uttermost?” Just before His ascension into heaven, Jesus Christ challenged his disciples to take the Gospel to the uttermost parts of the world. On October 29th through November 2nd, more than 30 mission agencies will gather on campus to challenge the student body to take the Gospel to the uttermost areas of the world. You will not want to miss the highlight of the school year at ABC.
Dr. Roger Baker is the European and Middle Eastern Field Director for Macedonia World Baptist Missions in Braselton, Georgia. For 32 years, Dr. Baker pastored Calvary Baptist Church in King, NC. During that time, the church grew to support more than 100 missionary families/projects and gave more than $250,000 annually to missions. As a field director, he visits missionaries on the field to encourage them, and he also conducts missions conferences in churches in America to further the Great Commission.
The morning service will begin each day at 9:50 AM. Various mission agencies will be presenting their ministries in each service. Dr. Roger Baker will be bringing the message each morning. All morning services will be live-streamed.
(These special events will not be live-streamed.)
- Missions Prayer Band will be held in the auditorium on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights at 6:30 pm. After the presentations, students will enjoy dessert and a time of fellowship with the representatives in the Levin Activity Center.
- Dorm devotions will be held for the men and women from 9:30–10:00 PM on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings.
- Thirty-minute workshops will be held on Thursday afternoon beginning at 2:30 and concluding at 4:00 PM.
- The missions banquet will be held in the Levin Activity Center at 5:30 PM on Friday, November 2. Immediately following the banquet, a special service honoring the memory of missions professor Norman Johnston will be held in the auditorium. You will not want to miss this special service.