North American Christian Convention

July 5 - 8, 2011
Duke Energy Convention Center Cincinnati, OH Dudley Rutherford, 2011 NACC President

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Welcome
General Information Event Recordings Available Welcome Letters Program Schedule Overview Maps: Maps: Convention Center Area Map 2 2 3 5 7 9

NACC Workshops
Workshops: Workshops: Workshops: Workshops: Workshops: Workshops: Workshop Track Listing Student Ministry Track Wednesday 3:00 PM Wednesday 4:15 PM Thursday 3:00 PM Thursday 4:15 PM 63 71 75 79 83 87

UNLEASHED Highlights
Main Sessions Afternoon Sessions Bible Study Daily Devotions 11 29 33 35

Exhibitors & Resource Center
Exhibitors: Exhibitors: Exhibitors: Exhibitors: Exhibit Hall Overview Exhibitor Listing Exhibitor Workshops Alphabetical Listing Recommended Resources The UNLEASHED Book 91 92 96 98 99 101

Featured Events and Meal Events
Special Events & Ticket Information Meetings and Affiliated Events College Fair Connecting Place Stage Meal Deals Internet Center Service Projects Women’s Conference Children’s Convention (birth-12) Student Convention (teens) National Bible Bowl 41 45 49 51 51 53 53 55 57 59 61

Resource Center: Resource Center: Resource Center:

The UNLEASHED Experience 101

NACC Information and Appreciation
Past and Future NACC Events NACC Leadership Special Appreciation Host Churches Supporting Churches and Organizations Supporting Individuals 2012 Orlando NACC Idea Exchange Tear-Out Sheet 103 104 105 107 108 111 116 119

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2012 orlando nacc The 2012 NACC will be held at the Orlando World Center, Marriott Resort, July 10 – 13, 2012. See pages 116 and 117 for more information. banking An ATM is located on Level 1 near Starbucks Coffee. The NACC cannot cash personal checks. childcare NACC Children’s Convention offers activities for children (birth - 6th grade) during main sessions, afternoon sessions and workshops. See page 57 for more information. comments and feedback We depend on your input to plan future events! Please tell us about your experience. Feedback kiosks are available throughout the convention center and at NACC Customer Service. first aid and emergency The First Aid Room is located near Hall A in the South Concourse, near the coat room. Please notify any NACC volunteer or convention center personnel if emergency medical assistance is needed. They will help emergency personnel locate the situation quickly. lost and found To inquire about an item that has been lost or found, please visit the NACC Customer Service Center near the NACC Registration Area. Message center & career board The Message Center provides a board where you can leave personal messages for fellow attendees. At this location, a career board is also available for churches to post ministry opportunities and where ministers looking for a position can post their information. The Message Center & Career Board are located in the NACC Registration Area. Recordings Audio and video recordings of select sessions will be available on CD and DVD. You may purchase video and audio recordings at the NACC Recording Booth, sponsored by Christian Audio Tapes, Tuesday 12 p.m. – 10 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. The Christian Audio Tapes booth is located across from Hall B, in the South Concourse Lobby near the escalator.
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A limited number of recordings may be available after the event. To order recordings after the event, contact Christian Audio Tapes at 888-CA-TAPES or visit their website www.catapes.com. Ribbons During your time at the 2011 NACC, you will see different color ribbons attached to the official NACC registration name badges. We want you to be familiar with the groups that the ribbon colors signify, so here are the categories with the color codes: Past Presidents: Purple Executive Committee: Blue Continuation Committee: Yellow Host Church: Red Exhibitor: Black Volunteer: Green nacc Registration area & customer service The NACC depends on your registration dollars to continue this ministry. Please prominently display your NACC Badge (name tag). It verifies that you are registered for the 2011 NACC. If you lose your NACC Badge, please have a new one printed in the registration area. The NACC Registration area is located near the main entrance on the first floor. Hours: Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

The phone number for the Customer Service desk is (513) 419-7208. thank you registration area sponsors! Church Development Fund is the sponsor of the registration area. Israel Ministry of Tourism sponsored the NACC Name Badge Lanyards. The Pension Fund of the Christian Church sponsored all of the NACC Welcome Centers and Directional/Feedback Locations. Wheelchairs and Medical equipment Scooter and wheelchair rentals are available by contacting ScootAround, Inc. toll-free at (888) 441-7575. The weekly cost for rental includes delivery and pick-up. Meal deals are again offered at the connecting Place stage. see page 51 for details.

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Mark Mallory Dudley Rutherford
2011 NACC President Welcome to the 2011 NACC! As we strive to change the world with the Good News of Jesus Christ, what better biblical text to examine than the book of Acts, which records the inception and impact of the first century Church! In developing this year’s theme, Unleashed, I was captivated by the growth and influence of the early Church described in Acts, and the ripple effect that was felt around the world. After the Holy Spirit was unleashed upon the Church and the Church was unleashed upon the world, there was a seismic confrontation between Christians and the cultural, religious, and political norms of the day. Acts 4:13 reveals that when outsiders “saw the courage of Peter and John and realized they were unschooled, ordinary men, they were astonished and took note that these men had been with Jesus.” My prayer is that—as Unleashed comes alive through passionate speakers, ministry-enriching studies, and electrifying worship music—ordinary people like you and me will be inspired to take the supernatural power of God to the ends of the earth. May the miraculous working of God in our local churches shine forth in the cities in which we live. May “outsiders” be amazed by our courage, taking note that we, too, have been with Jesus, and may God’s people be unleashed, truly transforming the world!

Mayor of Cincinnati On behalf of the City of Cincinnati and all its citizens, I am pleased to WELCOME the North American Christian Convention to Cincinnati for the 2011 NACC. Our central geographic locations, and our picturesque setting along the Ohio river, make this the ideal city for meetings and conventions. Cincinnati offers world class accommodations, a variety or award-winning restaurants and shopping opportunities including, Macys, Saks Fifth Avenue and Tiffany’s as well as nearby outlet malls. When the day’s meetings are over, you will find a variety of entertainment options. Cincinnati is home to a top rated zoo, museums and historic sites. A night in Cincinnati might include a performance at the Cincinnati Symphony, a Broadway Production at the Aronoff Center or smaller productions at the Playhouse in the Park. As the Mayor of Cincinnati, I invite you to experience Cincinnati’s big-city vibrancy and small town charm for yourself. You will see why Cincinnati is known throughout as the Queen City.

John Derry

NACC Board of Stewards Chairman The planning for each convention begins in earnest more than two years in advance with the selection of persons who will be instrumental in putting together a challenging program. Watching the momentum build as a theme is chosen and then starts to take shape is a humbling experience. Thousands of hours are invested in prayer, conversation, and meeting to find just the right combination of workshops, sermon topics, and speakers to minister to those who will be in attendance. The Board of Stewards is pleased you have made the effort to spend the next few days taking advantage of this opportunity to be inspired, equipped, and blessed. We are confident you will sense the joy and anticipation that was present in the early church as believers discovered the “Unleashed” power of God to impact the world for Christ. Exciting times are ahead for the Church and we pray what you find at the NACC are the tools and fellowship you need for effective ministry in the Body of Christ. Have a wonderful convention! 3

Herb botts

2011 NACC National Prayer Chairman Welcome to Cincinnati. We’ve been expecting you. We’ve been praying for you. We’re excited for you because we truly believe God is about to do a mighty work among His people and His Church here this week. Why, because we’ve asked Him to. This year’s theme, “ ‘UNLEASHED!’…The Church Turning the World Upside Down,” refocuses our attention on the Church that Jesus built, that first century Church, which through the power of the Holy Spirit, who was UNLEASHED on Pentecost; confronted and upended the worldly systems and culture of its time. Our prayer is that as we refocus on this Church from the book of Acts, we might realize we are that same Church today; endowed with and empowered by the same Holy Spirit. Our desire is to help the Church break the bonds of ‘status quo’ existence and thinking, bringing out the reality that the ‘dunamis’ or power of the Holy Spirit that was UNLEASHED on the Early Church has not lost any of His energy or ability to continue turning this present world upside down.
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We as a team have prayed over every aspect of this year’s program from the main sessions, worship, bible studies, workshops, special events, and even the Exhibit Hall – that they specifically meet God’s need for you to help fully UNLEASH His Spirit in you. We’ve even had prayer warriors across the country praying for this time via a daily tweet request over the last several months, so we know it will be an exciting time, because God honors prayer. As always, you are more than welcome to spend time in our designated prayer room seeking God’s wisdom for what He is sharing with you this week. So, we pray that you will not leave here in the same heart you came, but UNLEASHED!

From President Dudley Rutherford’s opening challenge to the closing words of Francis Chan and Jeff Walling, we trust that God will unleash fresh power and renewed vision for His church this week! I’ve been attending the NACC for 25 years and even proposed to my wife after the opening session in 1988. But I’ve never been more excited than I am about this year’s power-packed program. Hundreds of people have been enthusiastically preparing for your visit and are eager to serve you. Downtown Cincinnati and the surrounding areas on both sides of the river offer a great deal to see and do. So have fun, create a few unforgettable memories, but most of all, prepare for the unleashing of God’s power in your life!

larry D. collins

steve carr

2011 NACC Local Arrangements Co-Charperson In 1849 Alexander Campbell was elected president of the First General Convention in Cincinnati. Despite this appointment, he did not actually attend the convention. It is said that Campbell refrained from attending because he was fearful that Cincinnati would surpass his native Bethany, West Virginia, as the epicenter of the Restoration Movement. Well, we’re glad that YOU have decided to join us for this year’s convention in Cincinnati (and that you didn’t accidentally end up in Bethany!). The contribution of our city toward the independent Christian Churches is undeniable. We’re the home of numerous parachurch organizations, an influential institution of higher learning, and a wealth of Restoration History. But perhaps our biggest asset is our collection of congregations. Greater Cincinnati is home to some amazing churches that have united this week to ensure a powerful convention. Like you, our volunteers are ready for the Spirit to be UNLEASHED in this city. We’re proud of Cincinnati and for the opportunity to host the NACC for the sixth time. Welcome back!

NACC Managing Director and Meeting Planner Welcome to the 2011 NACC-Unleashed! I smile with excitement as I welcome you, because my staff and I know MUCH about the many “special moments” that have been planned for your participation this week. Thank you for being here. Dudley Rutherford, our 2011 NACC President, and his Executive Committee have put careful thought into the “take-aways” of this event. They have been prayerful that this investment of your time will be a blessing which you can take home with you. God has a plan for YOU and your church, and HE will unleash that plan upon you this week. I encourage you to expand your participation beyond the inspirational main sessions. Try one of the many pre-conference events; visit the large exhibit hall and learn what is happening in Kingdom work; plan for and attend one of the 75+ workshops; buy a ticket and enjoy one of the fun-filled special event breakfasts, luncheons, or the President’s “open to all” Banquet. Unleash some of your time this week and work an hour or two in one of our service projects, where we can “Unleash the Church” on the hungry and malnourished in our world. You will not be able to attend everything, so enjoy what you can and share your “special moments” with those you meet here, and back home. Speaking of home, be sure to pick up resources in the way of books, workshop and main session CDs and DVDs, and take some home to your church and friends. Be sure to get a copy of the Unleashed book and the related small group materials and HD DVDs that will help you take the UNLEASHED message back home. Please join us daily in prayer. While here, please pray for the NACC, as there is much going on. Pray for the overall safety of our attendees and the 1,000+ local volunteers that help with the event. Pray that the “special moments” we share and experience this week, together, will unleash our church upon the world and turn the world upside down. God Bless. Welcome, AND HAVE A GREAT NACC WEEK! 4

2011 NACC Local Arrangements Co-Charperson Thousands of believers from all over North America and the world are gathering to experience the refreshing power of God! It’s reminiscent of the scene in Acts 2 when those assembled from every nation experienced the unleashing of God’s power in such an unforgettable way. We welcome you to the beautiful Tri-State region of Cincinnati USA! And we do so with great anticipation that God’s power will be unleashed upon us once again – right here.

greg Marksberry

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TUESDAY, JULY 5
8:00 AM 2011 NACC Open NACC Customer Service is open in the convention center. Come get your registration materials and pick up special event tickets. NACC Restoration Heritage Tour and Lunch (page 41) NACC Creation Museum Tour and Lunch 10:00 AM Faith to Freedom Tours First tour begins at 10:00 AM (page 41) 12:00 PM Standard Publishing Luncheon By invitation only (page 41) 1:00 PM Logos Bible Software Presentation (page 41) 2:00 PM Web Design for Your Church “On the Spot” (page 41) 3:00 PM NACC Exhibit Hall Open (page 91) 7:00 PM NACC Main Session with Dudley Rutherford (page 11) 8:30 PM NACC President’s Opening Night Reception Immediately following the Main Session (page 10) 10:00 PM NACC Exhibit Hall Closed (page 91)

THURSDAY, July 7
7:30 AM NACC Ministry Networking Breakfast (page 41) 8:30 AM NACC Bible Study with Bob Russell (page 33) NACC Exhibitor Workshops (page 96) 9:00 AM NACC Exhibit Hall Open (page 91) 9:45 AM NACC Main Session with Phil Allen and Dave Stones (page 19-21) 12:00 PM NACC Ladies’ Luncheon with Beth Guckenberger (page 41) 1:30 PM NACC Afternoon Session with Anita Renfroe (page 31) 3:00 PM NACC Workshop Session (page 83) 4:15 PM NACC Workshop Session (page 79) 5:30 PM Meal Events (page 41) 7:00 PM NACC Main Session with Jeff Vines (page 23) 10:00 PM NACC Exhibit Hall Closed Final night (page 91)

WEDNESDAY, July 6
7:30 AM NACC Ministry Networking Breakfast (page 41) 8:30 AM NACC Bible Study with Bob Russell (page 33) NACC Exhibitor Workshops (page 96) 9:00 AM NACC Exhibit Hall Open (page 91) 9:45 AM NACC Main Session with Daryl Reed and Greg Nettle (pages 13-15) 12:00 PM NACC Seniors’ Luncheon with Kay Moll (page 41) 1:30 PM NACC Afternoon Session with Miles McPherson (page 29) 3:00 PM NACC Workshop Session (page 75) 4:15 PM NACC Workshop Session (page 79) 5:15 PM NACC President’s Banquet (open to all) with Rick Atchley and Dr. Jerry Taylor (page 41) 7:00 PM NACC Main Session with Mike Breaux (page 17) 8:30 PM NACC College Fair (page 49) 10:00 PM NACC Exhibit Hall Closed (page 91)

FRIDAY, July 8
8:30 AM NACC Bible Study with Bob Russell (page 33) NACC Exhibitor Workshops (page 96) 9:45 AM NACC Main Session with Francis Chan and Jeff Walling (page 25-27) 12:00 PM 2011 NACC Concludes
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NACC President’s Reception
Come meet 2011 NACC President Dudley Rutherford!
President’s Reception Exhibit Hall Tuesday 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM

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Main Sessions
July 5, 2011 tuesDay evening
7:00 P.M. - 8:30 P.M. convention centeR Hall c
6:45 PM Prelude: Welcome to Cincinnati by the Host Churches. greeting: 2011 NACC President, Dudley Rutherford, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA opening Prayer: Herb Botts, Inglewood Southside Christian Church, Ingelwood, CA Praise and Worship: Praise Team, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA special Music: Moving Forward, Nikko Lowe, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA evening Message: Unleashed, based on Acts 1:8 Over 2,000 years ago, God unleashed His Holy Spirit, and the first Church was born. That church stood before religious and political leaders, spread in size and impact in spite of persecution and influenced the world for good, bringing to light the Lord Jesus Christ and salvation to all who call upon His name. It is time for today’s Church to become like that first New Testament church. about the speaker: Dudley Rutherford is the senior pastor of shepherd of the Hills church in Porter Ranch (northern Los Angeles), CA. Shepherd of the Hills Church has grown to more than 10,000 members within 21 different worship venues each weekend, including three daughter churches and four satellite campuses. Christian College and his master’s degree in Church Growth from Hope International University. His published works are Proverbs in a Haystack, Romancing Royalty, and Unleashed: The Church Turning the World Upside Down, plus a soon to be released book, God Has an App for That, by Regal Books. Dudley has a passion for reaching the world with the Good News of Jesus Christ. He delivers biblical and relevant messages via weekend church services and television, radio, and internet ministries. evening offering and encouragement: Bob Russell, Bob Russell Ministries, Louisville, KY
Dudley Rutherford Dudley earned his bachelor’s degree from Ozark @pastordudley

Sign language interpretation is provided from the stage. Specially spaced seating is available at the end of the center aisles. The Children’s Convention closes 20 minutes after this session ends. Audio and video recordings are available from the Christian Audio Tapes booth in East Concourse Lobby.
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Look Beautiful. Do Good.

Leadership Workshops What Every Elder Ought to Know
8:30 a.m. - Duke Energy Convention Center, Room 206 Thursday, July 7: Diagnosing Your Church for Health & Growth Friday, July 8: Prescription & Treatment for a Healthy Church
Dr. Jim Estep of Lincoln Christian University and Dr. David Roadcup of Cincinnati Christian University join forces with Dr. Gary Johnson from Indian Creek Christian Church to share their insights in two leadership workshops.

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9:45 A.M. - 11:45 A.M. convention centeR Hall c
opening Prayer: Rick Atchley, The Hills Church of Christ, North Richland Hills, TX Praise and Worship: Praise Team, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA scripture Reading: John 3:16 in Korean, Spanish, Hebrew and English speaker intro: David Rutherford, Northside Christian Church, Clovis, CA Morning Message i: Kaleidoscope, based on Acts 1:8 and Acts 10 From the very beginning, the disciples were fulfilling the plan of God to go into all nations, to all people groups. Acts 1:8, “You will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Tied with Acts 10, we will see how the events unfolded in the life of Peter and Cornelius where God renewed his plea for the Gospel to be available for all people. This message will address the lack of diversity, the importance for intentionality in reaching people of color, and instead of lagging behind the rest of our culture, we (the Church) should take the LEAD in including people from all walks of life. about the speaker: Daryl Reed, DC Regional Christian Church, Washington, DC For over a decade Daryl has been serving as Lead Minister of Dc Regional christian church, a multiracial congregation in the Washington DC area. Daryl has been married to his wife Charon for over 20 years. His wife Charon serves along side Daryl’s side in Daryl Reed the ministry as Director of Women’s Ministry in the DC @HisFellowWorker Regional Christian Church. They have 3 teenage sons. Daryl has a rich history within the Restoration Movement. Both sets of his grandparents and his parents have been long-time members of churches of Christ in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with his paternal grandfather being a preacher for several decades. Daryl has been serving as a “full-time” preacher for over 20 years, having served in congregations in 8 different congregations in five different states. introductions and notices

Sign language interpretation is provided from the stage. Specially spaced seating is available at the end of the center aisles. The Children’s Convention closes 20 minutes after this session ends. Audio and video recordings are available from the Christian Audio Tapes booth in East Concourse Lobby.
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Change Lives! Unleash Potential!

You Were Also Raised With Him: Baptism in the Letter to the Colossians

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Professor of New Testament Lexington Theological Seminary

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announcements/speaker intro: Stephen Sams, Axis Christian Church, Lebanon, OH Morning Message ii: Innumerable, based on Acts 2:41 Acts 2:41 states, “those who accepted his message were baptized and about 3000 were added to their number that day.” By the time you get to verse 47, the Bible states, “And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.” And Acts 4:4, “but many who heard the message believed, and the number of men grew to about 5000.” As the Church continues to grow, as reported in the book of Acts, eventually there were too many people to count. This message will share the GOOD that God is doing in our churches and in our world, with the Church being UNLEASHED in ways that impact and evangelize the multitudes one by one. We will focus on evangelism and the empowerment of the local church to reach entire cities and to grow beyond our wildest imaginations. about the speaker: Greg Nettle is senior pastor of Rivertree christian church in northern Ohio, where he has served for twenty-two years. Greg also serves as visionary leader for Kingdom synergy Partnerships, an organization where healthy churches come together to collaborate, share ideas, and invest in new church planting. Greg’s vision through KSP is to “make it hard to go to Hell in Ohio.” There are approximately forty Ohio churches joining greg nettle forces to help people know Jesus. Twelve new churches @gregnettle are in the process of being launched. Greg and his wife, Julie, have two children, Tabitha and Elijah. closing Prayer important announcements • Do something! Get involved with the NACC Service Projects – choose one of three. Pack supplies, feed the hungry and/or visit the Unreached Peoples and Cities Adoption Center. Unleash the Church! • New: Afternoon Main Session. Today’s speaker is Miles McPherson, from the Rock Church in San Diego, CA. Sponsored by Church Development Fund, come learn ways to get involved and Do Something! Does not conflict with workshop schedule.

Sign language interpretation is provided from the stage. Specially spaced seating is available at the end of the center aisles. The Children’s Convention closes 20 minutes after this session ends. Audio and video recordings are available from the Christian Audio Tapes booth in East Concourse Lobby.
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July 6, 2011 WeDnesDay evening
7:00 P.M. - 8:30 P.M. convention centeR Hall c
6:45 PM Prelude: Gospel Choir, mixed group from Greater Cincinnati churches and Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA opening Prayer: Christine Miller, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA Praise and Worship: Praise Team, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA with the Gospel Choir special: Lifehouse skit, Shepherd of the Hills drama team, Porter Ranch, CA announcements: Byron Davis, Dream of Destiny evening Message: Pandemonium, based on Acts 4:13-22 The world will not and cannot understand whenever God is working in our midst. We see God working through the church in Acts in such a powerful way that it created pandemonium—an excitement and a commotion—that the authorities did not know what to do. The world stood up and took notice of what God was doing. The early church confronted culture, turning the world upside down. about the speaker: Mike Breaux serves as the teaching pastor for Heartland Community Church, an innovative ministry in Rockford, IL. He is passionate about seeing people’s hearts connect to the life-changing grace of God and his engaging style of teaching often makes room for that to happen. He is the author of Making Ripples, Identity Theft, and Coming Up to Breathe. Mike and his wife Debbie have three children Mike breaux @MIkeBreaux and live in Lexington, Kentucky. evening offering and encouragement: Cam Huxford, Savannah Christian Church, Savannah, GA important announcements • Registration has benefits! Registered attendees will receive additional VALUE this year by participating in a convention-wide Ideas Exchange Program. See the back of this program book for more information. • Ladies: Remember to get your Ladies’ Luncheon tickets and reserve a seat at the Thursday Afternoon Session. Enjoy all the programs the Women’s Conference has lined up. Learn more at the Women’s Gathering Place in the Exhibit Hall.

Sign language interpretation is provided from the stage. Specially spaced seating is available at the end of the center aisles. The Children’s Convention closes 20 minutes after this session ends. Audio and video recordings are available from the Christian Audio Tapes booth in East Concourse Lobby.
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opening Prayer: Nikko Lowe, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA Praise and Worship: Praise Team, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA speaker intro: Caleb Kaltenbach, Valley View Christian Church, Dallas, TX Morning Message i: Shaken, based on Acts 4:23-37 The church in Acts viewed the power of prayer and the power of the Holy Spirit as essential in seeing God work in miraculous ways. The power evidenced in the New Testament church should be evidenced in the 21st Century church. Our challenge is to get back to seeing the Holy Spirit move in our lives and in our ministries as He did in the first church. about the speaker: Phil is the pastor of the vine, the young adult ministry at shepherd of the Hills church in Porter Ranch, CA. Some 3,000 miles away from his southern roots of Georgetown, SC, Phil reaches his generation with passion. He creatively fuses relevance for every aspect of our lives into his ministry of preaching the gospel. As much as he loves preaching and teaching the word of God on Sundays, even more so, he loves Phil allen discipleship, modeling the relational, organic ministry of @spiritphild Jesus with his disciples. His desire is to raise up today’s leaders for the kingdom of God. introductions and notices

Sign language interpretation is provided from the stage. Specially spaced seating is available at the end of the center aisles. The Children’s Convention closes 20 minutes after this session ends. Audio and video recordings are available from the Christian Audio Tapes booth in East Concourse Lobby.
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Presidential Reception
Thursday, July 7, 8:30-10:30 p.m. Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom A
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announcements/speaker intro: Alan Ahlgrim, Rocky Mountain Christian Church, Niwot, CO Morning Message ii: Lavishness, based on Acts 4:32-37 The Acts church had the ability to see the need of those around them and they were willing to give up anything and everything to see the Church impact the world. The Gospel spread in the first century by believers who gave lavishly and sacrificially. The Church today has the same call as did that first church. about the speaker: Dave Stone is the Senior Minister of Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky, where he preaches the Truth to over 19,000 people each weekend. Southeast has three regional campuses in the Kentuckiana area and their Mission is to connect people to Jesus and one another. Dave graduated from Cincinnati Christian University in 1983. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Dave stone @DaveStone920 Beth, and his three children: Savannah, Sadie and Sam, along with his son- in-law, Patrick Garcia. He enjoys an occasional round of golf, competition of any sort, and reaching the lost. He will touch both your heart and your funny bone. closing Prayer important announcements • Do something! Get involved with NACC Service Projects today! Help pack 50,000 meals for the hungry this afternoon. Sign up at booth #1009 for details. Unleash the Church! • Afternoon Main Session: Anita Renfroe, famous for her “William Tell Overture” YouTube video mom-song. Sponsored by TCM International, enjoy Anita’s musical comedy and inspirational humor. Does not conflict with Workshop schedule. • NACC Workshops are waiting for you! Take a friend, hear great discussions and learn new skills to share at home. Does not conflict with the Afternoon Main Sessions.

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Main Sessions
July 7, 2011
6:45 PM Prelude: National Bible Bowl game opening Prayer: Reggie Epps, Legacy Christian Church, Overland Park, KS Praise and Worship: Praise Team, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA scripture Reading: David Roadcup, Cincinnati Christian University evening Message: Hazardous, based on Acts 5:17-42 The Christians in the first church, despite enormous risk, despite threats and severe floggings, continued to preach and teach the Good News of Jesus. We must understand there will always be risk and danger. In fact, it’s a part of our calling. Yet, it is in this danger that we exercise even greater boldness than ever before, because we know that God is with us. about the speaker: Jeffery A. Vines spent twenty years on the mission field (Zimbabwe, new Zealand) planting churches and training leaders. From 1998-2005, he was the featured speaker on the weekly television broadcast, Questions of life, where he frequently debated agnostic and atheist on national radio. For two years, Jeff served as the teaching pastor of savannah christian church (Savannah, CA), averaging 5,000 in weekend attendance. On January 1, 2008, Jeff became senior pastor of christ church of the valley (San Dimas, CA), averaging 4,600 in attendance.

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Praise and Worship: Praise Team, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA introduction: Dudley Rutherford, Shepherd of the Hills Church, Porter Ranch, CA Morning Message i: Kinetic, based on Acts 13-1-13, 42-48 When the Word of God was unleashed, no one could stop it. Though it was rejected by the Jews, that rejection didn’t slow down the Gospel at all. It flowed like a rushing river, with all the power and energy that was meant to be for the Jews, but now it was flowing to the Gentiles. God’s sovereign plan for the world to her the Gospel will stand. It’s a kinetic power that, once unleashed, cannot be stopped, though many might try. about the speaker: Francis Chan is an author and speaker and was the founder of Cornerstone Church in Simi Valley, CA, where he served for sixteen years. He is also the founder of Eternity Bible College and serves on the board of directors for Children’s Hunger Fund and World Impact. Francis speaks much of his time in various places around the world to college-aged adults and pastors. He is the author of Crazy Love, Forgotten God, and two new children’s books, The Big Red Tractor and Halfway Herbert. francis chan His commitment is to teach directly from the words of Scripture. It is his passion to see the next generation of American Christians display a much deeper love for Jesus and their neighbors. Morning offering and encouragement: Tom Moll, Christ’s Church at Mason, Mason, OH introductions and notices

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introduction: Chris Seidman, The Branch, Dallas, TX Morning Message ii: Unequivocal, based on Acts 20:22-24 The first century church had on overarching task, “testifying to the Gospel of Gods grace.” The Church has always had an undeniable calling of the Holy Spirit to go into the entire world—regardless of hardship—to preach the message of salvation to a lost and dying world. May we, together, finish the race, complete the task, stand when others are falling, remain focused on the purpose and call upon the Church to TURN THE WORLD UPSIDE DOWN! about the speaker: Jeff Walling earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Irvine in speech and communications. His graduate work in religion was at Pepperdine University in Malibu. Jeff lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he has served as the Senior Minister for Providence Road Church of Christ since 1997. He served churches in the southern California area for 20 years, first as a youth minister and then pulpit minister, preaching for the Mission Viejo Church of Christ Jeff Walling @PreacherWalling for 13 years. He has written Until I Return, Daring to Dance With God, and Hugs For Grads. Jeff’s passionate style and dramatic delivery have made him a sought after speaker, lecturing to tens of thousands annually at Christian universities, evangelism seminars, and conferences worldwide. His wife is Cathryn, and they have three sons: Taylor, Riley, and Spencer. introduction: 2012 NACC President Rick Rusaw - July 10 - 13, Orlando, FL closing Prayer: 2011 NACC President, Dudley Rutherford important announcements • The NACC Staff wishes to thank the hundreds of churches and volunteers who make this annual event possible. Without your excellent help, financial support and faithful prayers, we’d be lost. Thank you! • Please share the blessings of the NACC at home. Order the UNLEASHED Experience. It has videos, the Unleashed book, and small group study guides, and more!

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Afternoon Sessions
July 6, 2011 WeDnesDay afteRnoon
1:30 P.M. - 2:30 P.M. convention centeR Hall c
sponsored by: Church Development Fund afternoon Message: Do Something The time to act is now! The world needs you. It’s broken. Your neighbors are in desperate need of a helping hand. If you are not content to cruise through life, it is up to you to do something! Transparent and insightful, Miles McPherson tells it like it is as he shares from his own experience as an ambitious professional football player turned pastor who had to learn things the hard way. With powerful true stories of everyday people making a difference and illustrations from the life of Christ, Miles takes you through the 5 P’s of making your life count: preparation, purpose, pain, power, and passion. Then, he offers practical suggestions for living out your faith in a way that impacts the lives of others. about the speaker: Miles McPherson is the Senior Pastor of the Rock Church in San Diego and President of Miles Ahead Ministries. In 1982 McPherson realized his childhood dream of playing in the NFL when he was drafted to the Los Angeles Rams. He was then cut from the team and picked up by the San Diego Chargers where he played for four years. everything the world told him would bring happiness— parties, drugs, women—but he was left feeling empty. Then, teammate Sherman Smith asked McPherson a simple question, “If you were to die right now, would you go to heaven?” In 1984, McPherson gave his life to Jesus Christ.
Miles McPherson Two years into his football career, McPherson was chasing @milesmcpherson

He began attending church and reaching out to teenagers. In 1986, McPherson began work as a Youth Pastor for Horizon Christian Fellowship while studying at Azusa Pacific University’s School of Theology. He received his Master’s of Divinity degree in 1991. In 1992, he founded Miles Ahead, a non-profit organization reaching out to youth around the globe. The Rock Church was founded in 2000 and grew quickly. Currently more than 12,000 attend one of their five weekend services. The Rock is known as a “DO Something” church, with over 100 ministries that reach beyond the walls of the church and into the community. McPherson is the author of Do Something: Make Your Life Count and travels the globe inspiring and equipping people to live for Christ. He and his wife have three children.

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1:30 P.M. - 2:30 P.M. convention centeR Hall c
sponsored by: TCM International afternoon Message: An Hour with Anita Renfroe Anita Renfroe has been described as a “triple shot of espresso in a decaf world.” Her inventive blend of musical comedy and inspiration leave audiences with cheeks that hurt and hearts infused with humor and hope. Some have described her as this generation’s Erma Bombeck. Anita is a much sought-after speaker and we are delighted to welcome her to the 2011 NACC. Anita has been a featured speaker at Women of Faith Conferences and has been a guest on a wide variety of television programs including “Good Morning America.” She is the author of several books including The Purse-Driven Life, If You Can’t Lose It, Decorate It, and If It’s Not One Thing, It’s Your Mother, and comedy DVDs such as It’s Probably Just My Thyroid and Total Momsense. Anita’s appearance is included in your daily or weekly registration! No ticket required. NACC Ladies’ Luncheon ticket stub holders will receive complimentary reserved seating at this afternoon session. about the speaker: Comedian and author Anita Renfroe became an overnight Internet sensation when her YouTube video of her singing everything a mother says to her children in a single day to the tune of “The William Tell Overture” in just two minutes and fifty-five seconds was viewed by millions. Renfroe was featured on morning and late night entertainment and news programs and resulted in her becoming a comedy contributor for Good Morning America.

Anita is author of the Hyperion release DON’T SAY I DIDN’T WARN YOU: Kids, Carbs, and the Coming Hormonal Apocalypse. Anita has been featured in The New York Times, Readers Digest, Women’s Day and The Washington Post. Anita Renfroe is wife to her hunka burnin’ love, John, and mother to three adult children. When they are not standing at the luggage carousel in various airports looking for their bags so she can put on clean clothes and get to the next comedy concert, they reside in suburban Atlanta, where sweet tea is always on the menu.

anita Renfroe @anitarenfroe

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July 6, 7, and 8, 2011 WeD., tHuRs., fRi. MoRning
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sponsored by: Logos Bible Software bible study: Restoring the Church or Reflecting the Culture? Join Bob Russell each morning for a verse by verse study series though the first four chapters of the book of Acts. This study will encourage you to seek a healthy balance between your commitment to restore the fundamental principles and spirit of the New Testament church with your commitment to be relevant and meet the needs of the current culture. about the speaker: God has blessed Bob Russell with a life much different than one he could have ever imagined. As a young man growing up in northern Pennsylvania, Bob had intended on becoming a high school basketball coach in his hometown. During his senior year of high school, however, Bob realized a desire in his heart to enter the ministry. Soon thereafter, he enrolled in cincinnati bible seminary where he graduated in 1965.

At just twenty-two years of age, Bob became the pastor of southeast christian church. Today that small congregation of 120 members has become one of the largest churches in America, with 18,000 people attending the four worship services every weekend in 2006. Bob retired from Southeast in June 2006. Bob and his wife Judy have been married forty-six years, May 29, 2011. They have two married sons, Rusty and Phil. Phil is a Louisville Metro Police Officer and a deacon at Southeast Christian Church. Rusty recently became Senior Minister in Port Charlotte, Florida, after serving at Southeast for many years. Bob and Judy have seven grandchildren with whom they enjoy spending their time. An accomplished author, Bob has written over a dozen books. He also has a weekly column in the lookout, a magazine printed by Standard Publishing. In his leisure time, he enjoys playing golf and is an avid University of Louisville football and basketball fan.

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Daily Devotions
July 6, 2011
Wednesday’s devotions focus on the Power of the Holy Spirit in Matthew 28:18-20 and how it relates to the Great Commission. Chris Steidman, Fernado Soto and Wing Won have written on the topic in English, Spanish and Chinese, respectively. For the Thursday devotions, Danny Furukawa, Dr. Claudio Divino and Jim Tune respond in English, Spanish, and French to the topic of diversity based on Rev. 7:9-10. Friday, Herb Botts (English), Salvador Fuentes (Spanish), and Al Dimanno (Tagalog) offer devotions on the topic of prayer, based on John 17:20-26. All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing chris seidman @chrisseidman them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age. (Matthew 28:18-20) Let’s be honest. We have our days when the Great Commission seems more like “mission impossible.” This is why it’s so important for us to remain rooted in the two great promises surrounding the Great Commission – that all authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Jesus (vs.18), and He is with us (vs.20). As the story unfolds in Acts, we find that the Holy Spirit is the expression of His “withness” in the lives of His disciples. We talk often about our “witness” for Christ as disciples. But the power of our witness is through His “withness” in our lives. The Spirit of God is so necessary to the witness of the disciples in Acts, that, after spending 40 days teaching them about the kingdom of God (Acts 1:1-2), Jesus tells them to go back to Jerusalem and wait for the gift of the Spirit. Why? Because through the Spirit they would receive power to be His witnesses to the ends of the earth (Acts 1:8). There’s a difference between being informed about the kingdom and being empowered with the kingdom. The Holy Spirit is the difference. It’s worth noting that the name Christ means “Anointed One.” What Jesus did, He did by the power of the Spirit. It was by the power of the Spirit that - He was conceived (Luke 1:35), He preached (Isaiah 61:1), He drove out demons (Matthew 12:28), He healed (Acts 10:38), He offered Himself unblemished to God (Hebrews 9:14), and He was raised from the dead (Romans 8:11). It was by the power of the Spirit that Jesus did what He did to the glory of God. And it’s only by the power of the Spirit that the Great Commission will be realized to the glory of God. There’s a “withness” behind our “witness.” We’re not alone.

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revestimos del poder de lo alto, de la presencia del Espíritu Santo, podremos hacer discípulos de todas las naciones. La promesa de recibir el regalo o el don del Espíritu Santo está ligada a la conversión y al perdón de pecados. De ahí en adelante debemos preocuparnos de vivir llenos del Espíritu Santo para ser efectivos en la proclamación del evangelio. No nos olvidemos que el ser llenos del Espíritu Santo no es solamente una experiencia emocional. Más que eso, es una profunda transformación de nuestro ser que se refleja en nuestra manera de vivir. Así es que ¡Ánimo hermanos! Salgamos a detener el tráfico con Su poder.

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Si camino al medio de una calle y levanto mi brazo con autoridad para detener a un auto, lo más probable fernando soto es que el auto me arrolle o salga ileso con un montón de insultos. Sin embargo, si el gobierno me otorga un uniforme de policía con insignia, gorra y todo, al levantar mi mano hasta los camiones de 18 ruedas se detendrán ante mi orden. Lo mismo le pasa al cristiano. Cuando queremos cumplir la Gran Comisión con nuestras propias fuerzas e ideas, terminaremos abollados y deprimidos. Pero si nos
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Daily Devotions
July 7, 2011
Recently I embarked on a day trip from L.A. to North Orange County. My plan was to test the public transportation system to see if I could save Danny furukawa money on my weekly trip by taking the bus and train rather than driving my car. I knew it would be hard but also knew there could be substantial savings in gas money. Almost from the beginning though, I ran into obstacles. Unlike many major cities in the world, Los Angeles lacks options and frequencies in bus or train schedules. After 3 buses and a subway ride to get to the halfway point, I decided that the journey was not worth the effort. So, I turned around and came back home. Diversity –Most of us believe that diversity is a great destination but not an easy road. We love the idea of it, but getting from where we are to arriving at “Diversity” station is just not worth the effort. Many of us have even tried more than a few times, but obstacles like rejection and ridicule eventually brought us back home where it’s safe and familiar. Read John 4, the familiar passage on Jesus and the woman at the well. Verse 4 says, “He had to go through Samaria.” The normal way to travel from Judea to Galilee was along the Jordan River where the journey was easier. Many of us learned from Sunday School that there was a mutual hatred between Jews and Samaritans. Yet, Jesus intentionally went through Samaria for the purpose of taking “living water” to a people group despised by the Jews. To make matters worse, he not only went to the outcast, but to the outcast of the outcast, to the woman who couldn’t even come to the well with the other women because of her reputation. Read Revelation 7: 9 & 10 After this I looked and there before me was a great multitude that no one could count, from every nation, tribe, people and language, standing before the throne and in front of the Lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in their hands. And they cried out in a loud voice: “Salvation belongs to our God, who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb.” I encourage you to ponder the following statements as you contemplate the plans God has for you on your journey toward diversity. Diversity is what Jesus went out of his way to establish. Diversity only happens intentionally. Diversity is a picture of Heaven.

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No puede ni debe escapar de esta realidad. Dios hizo todas nuestras culturas y espera la gloria y el honor de ser introducidas en su presnce por cada una de las culturas Formó. Si lo haremos en el cielo, ¿por qué no se acostumbra a él ahora?

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Un Aperçu Des Choses à Venir La plupart des gens réalisent que le Canada est officiellement bilingue. Peu de gens Jim tune se rendent compte de @JimTune la diversité extraordinaire dans les villes canadiennes. Par exemple, les Nations Unies a identifié Toronto comme ville la plus éthniquement diverse au monde. Les gens d’autour du monde se dirigent vers Toronto comme refuge et asile sûr dans un monde souvent dangereux. Il y a un débat public ayant lieu concernant la diversité contre le multiculturalisme. La leçon étant instruite est que quand nous célébrons la diversité dans l’unité, nous établissons des meilleures communautés que quand nous poursuivons un ordre du jour du multiculturalisme qui mène parfois à l’isolement et à un esprit protectionniste. Le point culminant de ma semaine est le service de dimanche à Churchill Meadows. Tout dimanche donné, autant de quarante différents groupes ethniques se réunissent pour donner gloire à Dieu, élevant une voix vers Lui. Il est comme un aperçu dans la grande vision donnée par le Christ à l’apôtre Jean dans le septième chapitre de la Révélation. Là nous voyons une vaste multitude de chaque nation, tribu, gens et langue, se tenant devant l’Agneau et adorant au trône. C’est un groupe divers mais elles se tiennent uni, chaque personne vêtue de robes longues, blanches, immaculées, célébrant leur purification commun en Christ. C’est la vision parfaite de l’unité dans la diversité - un aperçu bienvenu des choses à venir et d’un modèle à aspirer à dans nos communautés aujourd’hui.

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9 Después de esto miré, y he aquí una gran multitud que nadie podía contar, de toda nación, tribu, pueblo y lengua, de Dr. claudio Divino pie delante del trono y del Cordero. Vestían túnicas blancas y con palmas en sus manos. 10 Y clamaban a gran voz: “La salvación pertenece a nuestro Dios que está sentado en el trono y al Cordero.” (Apocalipsis 7:9-10). Una de las cosas que tenemos que darnos cuenta cuando vemos este texto es que la diversidad no se acabará cuando se van al cielo. Dios creó a la diversidad de nuestro mundo, y El placer es cuando todas y cada una nación, tribu, pueblo y el culto idiomas Él juntos. Muchas personas ven la diversidad como un obstáculo para la adoración y la comunión con Dios, porque no entienden las palabras que se dice. La lección que yo creo que Dios nos está dando aquí en este texto es que podemos reunirnos y adorar a pesar de que no entienden cada palabra que se está diciendo. Nuestro Dios es el Dios de las culturas, de las lenguas, de la diversidad. Hay alrededor de 6.600 lenguas y dialectos que se hablan en el mundo de hoy. Podemos ver fácilmente que estas multitud de lenguas reflejan también otra multitud, la de las culturas. ¿Puede usted imaginar las muchas diferentes formas culturales y lingüísticas mediante el cual personas de todo el mundo culto y alabanza a Dios todos los individuales del domingo? Bueno, todas estas formas estará presente en el cielo, y el nombre de Dios y la gloria se adoraba con toda intensidad por los pueblos de nuestro mundo.
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Daily Devotions
July 8, 2011
Often I wonder what it would have been like to not have the parents I have. Growing up in Watts during the 1965 riots, seeing the civil rights Herb botts struggle right before @unleashed2011 my eyes, my parents @twitter consistently reinforced that I could grow up to be anything I wanted. They were there to push me, direct me, and focus my energies on succeeding in life, something they envisioned for all my brothers and sisters. And they prayed: earnestly, openly, and consistently that we would make it. Knowing such support always existed opened my mind to many opportunities. It was like being a kid unleashed in a candy store –what to choose? Sports, education, business, government, so many choices to make a difference in the world. Making a difference or a positive impact on the world really mattered to my parents. From John 17:20-26 we’re reminded that Jesus, in the last hours of his earthly life, took time to pray specifically for us: “I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message.” All of us came to accept and believe in Jesus Christ through someone who discipled us. Isn’t it great to know that Jesus prayed for YOU! That He wants YOU! And that’s not the greatest part of His prayer. Read further, He prayed that we: Be ONE or UNITED! Be loved by God! Be where He is! See His glory! Be empowered to tell His story! Not only did He want us, but He wants all these great blessings for us: to belong, to be loved, to have hope and purpose. Don’t you know? This prayer is all about us believers being ‘UNLEASHED’ in the world so that “the world may believe that God sent His Son.” That can only happen when we take a stand against the culture of the day, to live as if Jesus were living in and through us. Here’s the question we must answer: knowing God gave Jesus the desires of his heart, and knowing this is what Jesus prayed for, how can we sit still? There is no greater time than today, and no greater moment than now for all of us to tell the world that Jesus prayed for them, Jesus loves them, and He died and rose for them. We are the UNLEASHED, the opportunities are unlimited, and the Holy Spirit is still capable. I pray you’re up for it!

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dalawampu hanggang dalawput-anim (Juan 17:20-26) ay nagsasaad tungkol sa bawat isa sa ating mananampalataya at ang buhay na walang hanggan. Sa panalangin Nyang ito, idinulog ni Hesus sa Ama hindi lang ang mga mananampalataya ng bagong tipan, kundi maging ang bagong magsisisampalataya sa hinaharap o sa susunod na dalawang libong taon at mahigit pa. At kasama dito sa panalangin ay ikaw at ako –(vs. 20 –“kundi sila rin naman ng mga magsisisampalataya sa akin ---------“) Sa panalanging ito, apat (4) na bagay ang aking nakikita na dapat nating isaalang alang sa pag-eevanghelyo. 1. Manalangin para sa grupong nais bahagian ng salita ng Dios – gaya ng kapit-bahay, kumunidad, probinsya maging ang buong Estado. Si Hesus man ay nanalangin para sa iyo at sa akin para sa ating kaligtasan. 2. Ibahagi ang salita at pag-ibig ng Dios sa lahat ng uri o grupong etniko – Intsik, Vietnamese, Hapon, Pilipino ay ilan lang sa mga grupong ito. 3. Isabuhay natin ang ating mga patutuo. Mamuhay ng naayon sa kalooban ng Panginoon na may kabanalan. Ng sa gayon tayo ay maging halimbawa para sa mga hindi pa nakakikilala sa Dios, at sila man ay lumapit din sa ating Panginoon. ( vs. 20 --- “ sa pamamagitan ng kanilang patutuo {ng kanilang buhay}.” LB) 4. Ipakita ang pagkakaisa ng bawat Kristiyano o mananampalataya – ( vs. 21 – “upang silang lahat ay maging isa” ----), (vs.22 ___ “ ---ang kaluwalhatian ng pagkakaisa na ibinigay mo -------LB) Ang pag-ibig ni Hesus sa kanyang mga anak ay buo at labis kung kayat idinalangin nya ang kanyang nais na sila ay patuloy na maturuan niya, para ng sa gayon ay maihayag ka, Ama sa kanila. (vs. 26 – “At ipinakilala ko sa kanila ang Iyong pangalan, at itutuloy ko ang pagpakikilala sa kanila kung sino ka.-----“LB) At hinimok ng Ama ang tao upang isulat ang Biblia, upang ipakilala ang Kanyang sarili sa lahat, bilang sagot sa panalangin ni Hesus.

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Es evidente que Jesús quería que sus discípulos fueran protegidos de la adversidad del mundo, pero mas que nada Jesús salvador fuentes estaba interesado no solo en sus discípulos pero también en aquellos que creerían en El por la palabra de ellos. El deseo de Jesús era que fueran uno en Dios y como resultado de esa unidad el mundo pudiera creer en El, “Para que todos sean uno, como tu, OH Padre en mi, y yo en ti, que también ellos sean uno en nosotros,” eso es perfecta unidad. Debemos cumplir la oración de Jesús de vivir en unidad, gente de toda nación, color, pueblo, tribu y lenguaje, para que el poder de Dios y El Espíritu Santo sea desatado en nosotros, y llevar a cabo la misión de la iglesia en esta generación. Jesús estaba por ir con Dios y así la iglesia pudiera continuar con la gran comisión y la evangelización de este mundo. El nos dio a conocer Su Nombre y su amor, y ahora debemos dar a conocer ese amor a toda la humanidad, para que todos seamos uno en El, esa es la oración de Jesús, “Padre para que sean uno, así como nosotros somos uno.”

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Nag-alay ang Panginoong Hesus ng ibat-ibang panalangin sa Ama habang sya ay nasa daigdig pa. Gayunpaman, isang al Dimaano panalanging kanyang sinambit sa aklat ng Juan, kapitulo labimpito, talatang
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NACC Special Events provide additional opportunities for you to connect with others, have a nice meal, hear a featured speaker, enjoy musical guests, and more. Many NACC Special Events require tickets. Purchase your tickets now, while supplies last. Tickets will be distributed at the NACC Will Call Box Office, open 8:00 AM Tuesday, July 5 through 12:00 PM Thursday, July 7. Parents’ note: Unless otherwise stated, these featured events are intended for adults only. Please arrange childcare. The NACC Student Convention and the NACC Children’s Convention do not have program coverage during special events; student and child programs cover NACC Main Sessions, NACC Afternoon Sessions, and NACC Workshops. walk from the Duke Energy Convention Center. Tour tickets are $12. Tours that include a boxed lunch (at 11:30, 12:00, and 12:30) are $20. standard Publishing luncheon Tuesday 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM Sponsored by Standard Publishing Standard Publishing has indicated they will have their annual pre-conference lunch and seminar near the Duke Energy Convention Center. Please contact Standard Publishing for availability of tickets and location. logos bible software Presentation Tuesday 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom A Sponsored by Logos Bible Software Come learn how to take your Bible study or sermon prep to the next level using Logos Bible Software. Bring your laptop for hands on training on how to expertly utilize this Bible Study tool beyond your expectations. Tickets are $5 and include beverage refreshment break. Seating is limited to the first 125 guests. Web Design for your church “on the spot” Tuesday 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom B Sponsored by CircleBuilder Software and Emmanuel Christian Seminary Does your ministry need a website, or does your current website need help? This workshop teaches the process of website design. Participants will have an opportunity to work with a website expert to set up a complementary website with free hosting for six months. Tickets are not required. nacc President’s opening night Reception Family Friendly Tuesday 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM Platinum Sponsor, Ozark Christian College Gold Sponsors, Standard Publishing and William Jessup University Silver Sponsor, Financial Planning Ministry Meet 2011 NACC President Dudley Rutherford in a celebration held inside the NACC Exhibit Hall. This event is complimentary to registered attendees. Tickets are not required. See ad on page 10. 41
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Restoration Heritage tour Tuesday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Sponsored by Cincinnati Christian University and Standard Publishing See the sites where the events of the Restoration Movement took place, as a guide describes the events and answers questions. Tickets are $18.00 and include lunch and transportation from the convention center. creation Museum tour Family Friendly Tuesday 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM The state-of-the-art 70,000 square foot museum brings the pages of the Bible to life. Lunch will be provided in the museum pavilion overlooking the gardens. Tickets are $32.00 and include a boxed lunch, and transportation from the convention center. Families with children are welcome to this family-friendly event. faith to freedom tours Family Friendly Tours Begin Tuesday 10:00 AM Provided by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center tickets are available for purchase through the national underground Railroad freedom center located at 50 East Freedom Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, (513) 333-7500, www. freedomcenter.org. The tour is scheduled nine times each day, July 5–10, starting at 10:00 AM on Tuesday, July 5. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is only a short

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nacc Ministry networking breakfast Wednesday and Thursday 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom A Sponsored by Standard Publishing and Milligan College Share breakfast and a table topic discussion with other ministry-minded attendees. Tickets are $5 and include breakfast. nacc seniors’ luncheon Wednesday 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM Convention Center, Grand Ballroom B Sponsored by Johnson University Kay Moll from Christ’s Church at Mason (Ohio) will be the keynote speaker. Entertainment with Drawing Water will be featured. Tickets are $16.00 and include the meal. nacc President’s banquet Open to All Wednesday 5:15 PM – 6:30 PM Convention Center, Grand Ballroom B Sponsored by Church Development Fund, William Jessup University, and Israel Ministry of Tourism Dudley Rutherford, 2011 NACC President, invites you to attend this dinner banquet. Speakers Rick Atchley and Dr. Jerry Taylor present, Unleashed: the Pain and the Payoff. Tickets are $20.00 and include the meal. nacc college fair Wednesday 8:30 PM Convention Center, Lobby Sponsored by Youth in Ministry See ad on page 49.

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nacc Ministry networking breakfast Wednesday and Thursday 7:30 AM – 8:30 AM Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom A Sponsored by Standard Publishing and Milligan College Share breakfast and a table topic discussion with other ministry-minded attendees. Tickets are $5 and include breakfast. nacc ladies’ luncheon Thursday 12:00 PM – 1:15 PM Convention Center, Grand Ballroom B Sponsored by Standard Publishing Beth Guckenberger is the keynote speaker of this luncheon. Beth and her husband Todd are the Executive Directors of Back2Back Ministries, which has a presence in Africa, India and Latin America. Beth is the author of Reckless Faith and Relentless Hope. Vocalist Kim Rodarmel will provide music. Tickets are $20.00 and include the meal.

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John Craycraft, Executive Director Chaplaincy Endorsement Commission Commissioners Meeting

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national Missionary convention Tuesday 8:30 AM Millennium Hotel, Cardinal
David Empson Corporate Officers Meeting

2013 nacc executive committee Tuesday 2:30 PM Millennium Hotel, 464 Queen Conference BD RM nacc continuation committee orientation Tuesday 3:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Colonade B
Larry Collins

nacc board of stewards Tuesday 8:00 AM Millennium Hotel, 464 Queen Conference BD RM Windward island school of evangelism Tuesday 9:00 AM Millennium Hotel, Colonade A
Daniel W. Foulke Windward Island Evangelism Board Meeting

nacc continuation committee Meeting and Reception Tuesday 4:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom B
Larry Collins

2011 nacc executive committee Tuesday 10:00 AM Millennium Hotel, Pavilion A President’s association of christian colleges (Pacc) Tuesday 12:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Pavilion B
Kevin Ingram Presidents and their spouses are encouraged to attend this luncheon and meeting. Contact Kevin Ingram for more information.

2011-2012 nacc leadership Dinner Tuesday 5:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom A

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emmanual school of Religion Wednesday 7:30 AM Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom B
Emmanual School of Religion Breakfast

President’s association of christian colleges (Pacc) Tuesday 1:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Pavilion B
Men’ Meeting for Association of Christian Colleges

church leadership council Wednesday 12:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Statesman
Milligan College, Church Leadership Council, Luncheon and Meeting

President’s association of christian colleges (Pacc) Tuesday 1:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Atrium
Kevin Ingram Womens’ Meeting for Association of Christian Colleges

christian churches Pension Plan Wednesday 1:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Cardinal
Ray D Stites Meeting

2012 nacc executive committee Tuesday 1:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Pavilion A

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the Walker lecture breakfast by tcM international - european evangelical society Thursday 7:30 AM Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom B

John Craycraft Open meeting for all chaplains, supporters and interested individuals. The CEC validates qualifications of chaplains and supports their careers. This year’s meeting will highlight prison ministry.

Kentucky christian university Wednesday 8:30 PM Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom A
Kentucky Christian University Alumni and Friends Reception

Carol Fields Dr. Loren Stuckenbruck, Professor of New Testament at Princeton Seminary and son of EES founders Earl and Ottie Mearl Stuckenbruck, will be the guest speaker. Dr. Stuckenbruck’s theme will be Worship in op-Revelation, Chapter 4. Anita Renfroe will be the event’s special guest. Tickets are $15 each and must be purchased in advance of the event at the TCM International Institute Booth 529.

Johnson university Reception Wednesday 8:30 PM Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom B
Alumni Reception

Dream of Destiny breakfast Thursday 8:15 AM Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom B
Please join us for our annual FREE breakfast for ministry leaders, and Bible college presidents and staff. Special guest speaker author Scott Williams of LifeChurch.tv

atlantic christian college Wednesday 8:30 PM Millennium Hotel, Colonade AB
Alumni Reception

ozark christian college Wednesday 8:30 PM Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom A
All Alumni and friends are invited to a reception with light refreshments.

christian care communities: senior living excutive Management luncheon Thursday 12:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Atrium

lincoln christian university Wednesday 8:30 PM Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom B
Lincoln Christian University Alumni are invited to a reception and program immediately following the Wednesday evening service.

W. Richard Marshall This is a luncheon for the executive leadership of Senior Living and Long Term Care providers affiliated with the Christian Churches/Church of Christ. The luncheon is an opportunity for sharing new developments, merging trends and to explore the challenges facing these ministries for the church. By invitation only.

consortium for christian online education Thursday 1:00 PM Millennium Hotel, Portico
Jeff Robertson Board Meeting by invitation only

Mid atlantic christian university Wednesday 8:30 PM Hyatt Hotel, Regency Ballroom E
Alumni Reception

florida christian college Thursday 8:30 PM Hyatt Hotel, Regency Ballroom B
Alumni Reception

Milligan college Reception Thursday 8:30 PM Millennium Hotel, Bronze Ballroom A
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The Connecting Place Stage is located in Exhibit Hall A. Meal deals will be served in the Connecting Place Stage dining area.

The Connecting Place Stage

A place to come and be uplifted and encouraged through the Gospel of Jesus Christ in song!

Connecting Place Stage Hours:
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 4:40 PM - 6:30 PM 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM

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Breakfast ($7.00) 7:30 aM - 9:00 aM Lunch ($8.00) 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM Dinner ($9.25) 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM • • • Credit cards and cash accepted Tea, lemonade, or coffee (breakfast only) included No additional tax/tip

Wednesday breakfast: Scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage patties, sweet roll, biscuits, butter and jelly. Wednesday lunch: Pulled pork BBQ sandwich, coleslaw, chips, and brownie. Wednesday dinner: Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, buttered corn, roll and butter, and dessert. thursday breakfast: Scrambled eggs, potatoes O’Brien, sausage patties, pancakes with warm syrup, biscuits, butter and jelly. thursday lunch: Lasagna, garden salad, choice of dressing, garlic bread, and cookies. thursday dinner: Fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, green beans, rolls and butter, and dessert. friday breakfast: Baked egg casserole, breakfast potatoes, bacon, French Toast with warm syrup, biscuits, butter and jelly.

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east concourse lobby 9:00 aM - 10:00 PM Daily Sponsored by CircleBuilder Software and Emmanuel Christian Seminary, and MoreThanCoffee The NACC Internet Center is offering many new services. emmanuel christian seminary is providing fRee computer technical support all week, and working with circlebuilder to provide any “non-website churches” an opportunity to have a FREE, three-page website, for six months, without any design, setup or technical support costs. yes, it is fRee and “on the spot” at the nacc! visit the internet center to: • • • Check your email or Facebook daily Enjoy the comfortable furniture while using your Smartphone, laptop or iPad. Make an appointment to obtain a fRee Web Design for your church “on the spot” How it works: Ņ Ņ Schedule an appointment at WELCOME CENTER #1 YOU walk away with an active FREE website on the internet for your church “On the Spot” After six FREE months, transition to a LOW monthly fee to continue, OR UPGRADE to an improved package anytime along the free trial period. It is that EASY! No obligation at all! Do it for your church! Receive a Free Cup of Coffee while you work - provided by the More than coffee ministry. During the NACC you can get involved in up to three different Service Projects. Help a little, help a lot, or take it home and help some more. Here are several ways to help. 1. unleash the church to improve Personal care Visit FAME at Exhibit Booth #753 Tuesday 3:00 PM – Thursday 10:00 PM Partner with FAME to bundle much needed personal care items to be sent to the underserved throughout the world. Personal care kits will be assembled as an ongoing service project during the convention. Join your friends, and make a difference while you’re here! 2. unleash the church on the Hungry Visit Operation Inasmuch, Inc. at Exhibit Booth #1009 Tuesday 3:00 PM – Thursday 10:00 PM Can you give an hour to feed the hungry? Operation Inasmuch mobilizes people in a hands-on local church missions blitz in their community. You can volunteer to pack 50,000 meals for the poor & hungry. Sign up at Booth #1009 for the scheduled Thursday packing effort. Find out how many meals you can pack in an hour! Take action, get involved! 3. unleash the church for the unreached An Initiative of the 2011 NACC in partnership with Restoration Revolution and Team Expansion Visit the Unreached Peoples and Cities Adoption Center in the South Concourse Lobby, near entrance to Hall C. Team Expansion transforms communities among the unreached by planting Biblical churches. Learn more about Unreached Peoples and how to connect with them at the Cities Adoption Center by the Big Banner in the South Concourse Lobby. Pray, give, unleash the Church!

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The NACC Women’s Conference offers programs designed to inspire, encourage and equip women in their service to Christ. These programs run in tandem with the 2011 NACC schedule. All these programs, except the NACC Ladies’ Luncheon, are included in your NACC registration.

the gathering Place In the NACC Exhibit Hall

Gathering Place. At the nacc Ministry networking breakfasts, there will be three or four groups facilitated by women. It will be a great place to exchange ideas and meet other women involved in ministry. Over six hundred women stopped by the gathering Place at the 2010 NACC, reflecting the fact that the GP has become an increasingly important part of the Women’s Conference. It is a comfortable, inviting area (with chocolate!) that will be staffed by women who are there to listen, to encourage or to pray. Speakers and authors will come by after their sessions and pertinent resources will be recommended (and will be available for purchase at the nearby Standard Publishing booth). It’s a perfect place to fellowship and to network.

Network and Fellowship at the networking breakfast and the

anita Renfroe Afternoon Session

An Hour with Anita Renfroe, a non-ticketed Afternoon

Session held in the main session hall (open to both women and men). See details on page 31.

beth guckenberger NACC Ladies’ Luncheon

The NACC Ladies’ Luncheon is always a highlight of the conference and this year will be no exception. The speaker is beth guckenberger who with her husband, Todd, established Back2Back Ministries, which works with twelve children’s homes in Mexico, ministering to over five hundred children and 1,000 impoverished families. Back2Back is now also working in Nigeria and India. Beth is the author of Reckless Faith and Relentless Hope. See workshop details on page 43. Women’s Ministry Workshops are top-notch and offer topics
that will appeal to a broad range of interests and needs. See workshop details on page 63.

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Pastoral Study Project Grants Pursuing your passion for study.
A sustained season to read, to reflect, to collaborate, and to write. The Louisville Institute grants pastoral leaders time away from the office to invest their energy in projects that matter for the whole church. Grants of up to $15,000 make it possible to take time away from the press of your workplace and pursue a project you have long desired to undertake or complete. Pastoral Study Project grant proposals are due August 15.

Sabbatical Grants for Pastoral Leaders Slowing down, to fall in love again.
A time apart to renew your vocation and ministry. The Louisville Institute offers leaders of Christian ministry institutions sabbatical opportunities for rest, reflection, renewal, and recreation. Grants of $10,000 (eight weeks) or $15,000 (twelve weeks) will be awarded for an uninterrupted time to refresh you and revitalize your ministry. Proposals for the Sabbatical Grants for Pastoral Leaders program are due September 1.

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The NACC Children’s Convention is for children (birth–12 years) of registered adult NACC attendees. how to register: A flat rate admits all of the children from one registered family household. Add the NACC Children’s Convention to your individual or couple registration for $20. Transactions must be completed at the NACC Registration Counter located on the lower level, near the main entrance. The NACC Children’s Convention is located on the second level of the convention center. • • • • Birth – 23 months: Room 260 2 and 3 years old: Room 252 4 years old - completed kindergarten: Room 250 Completed 1st grade – 12 years old: Activity Zone, lobby playground located near the west escalators.

Arriving for check-in/check-out:
You will receive a family security ID number and corresponding badges. Keep the same badges all week. If you lose your Children’s Convention security ID badge, ask the registrar at your child’s door for assistance. We encourage you to check-in and check-out your children at the times indicated. If you need to bring your child late, or leave early, please be prepared to wait additional time when your child’s class is in session. Children’s sessions end directly following the corresponding adult session. The NACC may revoke return privileges for children who are not picked up by closing time, or 20 minutes after the adult session ends, whichever is later. tuesday evening Wednesday & thursday Morning Wednesday & thursday Afternoon Wednesday & thursday evening Friday Morning Open: 6:30 PM Close: 8:50 PM Closed 20 minutes after the Main Session

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WELCOME BACK BIBLE BOWL!!!!
Great News! National Bible Bowl and the NACC will be together in 2011, 2012, and 2013. Bible Bowl welcomes NACC guests to visit their daily competitions being held throughout the Duke Energy Convention Center and the Hyatt Regency Hotel.

For more placement/ room information, visit: Bible Bowl Office- Room 208, Level Two.
Schedule of Key Events (During NACC Week) 8:30 aM - 4:00 PM, Monday - thursday: Daily Competitions 1:00 PM thursday: Final Rounds 3:00 PM thursday: Championship Round, Grand Ballroom A 3:45 PM thursday: Presentation of Trophies, Grand Ballroom A 7:00 PM thursday: Special Recognition of Winners at NACC Main Session, Hall C Plan Ahead! 2012 National Bible Bowl, July 8th - 12th, Marriott World Center, Orlando, Florida

A great way to get 3rd-12th graders studying the Bible!

Interested in starting a Bible Bowl program?
come watch the competition!
All Bible Bowl competitions will take place in the Duke Energy Convention Center or the Hyatt Hotel. Please visit the Bible Bowl Office located in the Cloak Room on the east end second floor of the Convention Center. For more information on how to begin a Bible Bowl or Beginner Bible Bowl program in your church, please contact Robert Spruill at robert@biblebowl.net.

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The NACC program is loaded with high-impact workshops from top-notch and insightful leaders. The workshops are divided into tracks, which are simply recommendations for areas of interest. Feel free to sample multiple tracks and explore workshops designed for a broad range of interest and needs. The NACC Workshop Tracks are offered on Wednesday (July 6) and Thursday (July 7) at 3:00 PM and 4:15 PM Exception: The Student Ministry Workshop Track is offered at 2:00 PM and 3:30 PM (see page 71 for Student Ministry Workshop descriptions). Workshops are listed by Workshop Track on the following pages. Workshop leaders and descriptions are listed alphabetically by day, time and workshop title begining on page 75.

LEADERSHIP TRACK
sponsored by: Church Development Fund † The Resilient Leader (Room 230) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Turning Your Church into a House of Prayer (Room 206) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Small Church Leadership Unleashed (Room 230) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Building the Next Generation Leader (Room 201) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Challenges and Solutions to Growing a Diverse Leadership (Room 238) Thursday 3:00 PM † Your Church/Ministry is in Trouble: Why and What You can do About it (Junior Ballroom D) Thursday 3:00 PM † Leadership as the Church Grows (Room 232) Thursday 4:15 PM

UNLEASHING YOUR TIME, TALENTS AND TREASURES (FINANCE & STEWARDSHIP)
sponsored by: Sound Mind Investing † Maintaining Financial Accountability and Integrity (Room 236) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Affordable Technology for Finances in Ministry (Room 232) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Unleashing Your Giving Potential (Room 236) Thursday 3:00 PM † Living in a Post Recession World (Room 205) Thursday 4:15 PM † Preparing the Church for a Building Program (Room 230) Thursday 4:15 PM

MULTI-SITE & CHURCH PLANTING STRATEGIES
sponsored by: Impact Canada † Church Planting as a Team Sport (Room 207) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Why Plant Churches? (Room 207) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Myths of Church Planting (Room 231) Thursday 3:00 PM † Survival Kit for Church Planting (Room 232) Thursday 3:00 PM † Report on Church Planting (Room 238) Thursday 4:15 PM 63
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WORSHIP ARTS
sponsored by: Atlanta Christian College/Point University † Shepherding the Heart of the Artist (Room 204) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Unleashing Technology in Worship (Room 206) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Unleashing Worship for Evangelism (Room 204) Thursday 3:00 PM † Building a Team When You’re Missing the Parts (Room 204) Thursday 4:15 PM

WOMEN’S MINISTRY
sponsored by: Standard Publishing † Thank God for Girlfriends! (Junior Ballroom C) Wednesday 3:00 PM † The Best Game Plan for Marriage (Junior Ballroom AB) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Encouraging Women in Ministry to Unleash them for Ministry (Junior Ballroom D) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Fit Moms Fit Kids (Junior Ballroom C) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Getting Past Your Past (Junior Ballroom AB) Thursday 3:00 PM † Reckless Faith: Getting out of the way and Allowing God to Work (Junior Ballroom C) Thursday 3:00 PM † Raising Girls who can Change the World (Junior Ballroom AB) Thursday 4:15 PM

SENIORS’ TRACK
sponsored by: Christian Benevolent Association † How to Age Well Into the Future (Room 200) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Let’s Dust Off the Hymn Book and Sing (Grand Ballroom A) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Home Alone (Room 200) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Unleashed in Retirement: You Ain’t Old Enough to Quit (Room 200) Thursday 3:00 PM † Intergenerational Worship (Room 201) Thursday 4:15 PM

CHILDREN’S MINISTRY
† Avoiding Burnout in Children’s Ministry (Room 237) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Developing a Children’s Ministry Volunteer Team: How to NOT be Afraid to Answer Your Phone on a Saturday Night! (Room 237) Thursday 3:00 PM † Who are you in Children’s Ministry? (Room 237) Thursday 4:15 PM

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GLOBAL & LOCAL COMMUNITY IMPACT (MISSIONS)
sponsored by: Team Expansion † How Latinos do Missions in our Backyards, Parks and Neighborhoods (Room 231) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Unleashed! Seeing Your Community as Your Mission Field (Room 232) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Unleashing the Power of One (Room 204) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Unleashing Your Business for Global Impact (Jr. Ballroom AB) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Reaching a Diverse America in the 21st Century: How the Christian Church will Impact the Nation one Community at a Time (Room 205) Thursday 3:00 PM † Unleashed! Reaching the World without Leaving Home (Room 233) Thursday 3:00 PM † Unleash! Reaching the Unreached (Room 200) Thursday 4:15 PM † Unleashing Your Family for Global Impact (Room 233) Thursday 4:15 PM

PREACHING & COMMUNICATION
sponsored by: Atlanta Christian College/Point University † 5 Good Minutes with 5 Good Preachers (Junior Ballroom D) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Beyond Power Point: How to Unleash New Technology in Preaching within Worship Services (Room 203) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Preparing Your Heart for Sunday (Room 205) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Black and White Preaching (Room 206) Thursday 3:00 PM † Unleashing Creativity in Preaching (Jr. Ballroom C) Thursday 4:15 PM † When you Preach on Noah, I can Hear the Rain: Preaching on the Old Testament Story for all it’s Worth (Room 206) Thursday 4:15 PM

SPIRITUAL FORMATION & SMALL GROUPS
sponsored by: Ozark Christian College † Show me the Monvee.com (Room 201) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Developing Discipline Now for a Lifetime of Spiritual Effectiveness (Room 233) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Reaching a Diverse America in the 21st Century: How the Christian Church Will Impact the Nation One Community at a Time (Room 205) Thursday 3:00 PM † Recovery Ministries: A Path to Discipleship (Junior Ballroom D) Thursday 4:15 PM

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THEOLOGY & APOLOGETICS
sponsored by: Financial Planning Ministry † Global Poverty and Biblical Justice (Room 205) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Taking Sunday to Monday: Integrating Christian Faith with Culture (Room 235) Wednesday 3:00 PM † The Exclusivity of Jesus in a Pluralistic World (Room 231) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Can Christians go to War? Two Views (Room 207) Thursday 3:00 PM † Location, Location, Location: Reading the Bible and Culture (Room 207) Thursday 4:15 PM

FAMILY MINISTRY
sponsored by: Hope International University † Bible Bowl (Room 238) Wednesday 3:00 PM † How to Keep Your Marriage from Dying on the Vine (Room 233) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Church: the Mosaic Family (Room 203) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Have More Fun and Less Stress while Raising Responsible Kids! (Room 201) Thursday 3:00 PM † Getting Mission into the Heart of Your Kids (Room 203) Thursday 4:15 PM † Intergenerational Worship (Room 201) Thursday 4:15 PM

TECHNOLOGY TOOLBOx
† Fantasy Football and More on Your Church Computers: Ethics, Issues and More (Room 234) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Unleashing Technology in Worship (Room 206) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Affordable Technology for Finances in Ministry (Room 232) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Promoting Relational and Emotional Heath in a High-Tech Culture (Room 236) Wednesday 4:15 PM † Effective use of Technology Around the World (Room 230) Thursday 3:00 PM † How to Create a Mobile Application Strategy for Your Church and Launch it Fast (Room 203) Thursday 3:00 PM † Effective use of Technology in the Smaller Church (Room 236) Thursday 4:15 PM

RESTORATION MOVEMENT
sponsored by: Cincinnati Christian University † Bringing in the Day of Brotherhood and Ending the Night of Wrong (Room 211) Wednesday 3:00 PM † Promoting Christian Unity, Session One: What our Scholars Have Done Together (Room 211) Wednesday 4:15 PM † You Were Also Raised With Him: Baptism in the Letter to Colossians (Room 211) Thursday 3:00 PM † Promoting Christian Unity, Session Two: Where do we go From Here? (Room 211) Thursday 4:15 PM 69
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STUDENT MINISTRY
sponsored by: Youth in Ministry † The World According to Gleeks: Youth Ministry Lessons from Glee (Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom A) Wednesday 2:00 PM Curtis Booher Why does the television show Glee resonate with teenagers? This was the question I asked a number of students at the college where I teach. The answers were insightful and surprising. The discussions ranged from struggles with bullying to struggles with sex. This workshop will provide windows through a popular television show and into the world of real teens. Every person concerned with young people should take a look. † Imagining the Future of Youth Ministry: The Results (Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom A) Wednesday 3:30 PM Curtis Booher During the NACC of 2007 and 2008, forums were held to discuss the future of youth ministry. After an analysis of the data that came from those forums, five themes have emerged that are important to anyone concerned with the direction of youth ministry. The five themes and their implications will be presented in this workshop. We will also discuss practical ideas for incorporating these trends into our ministries. † Tough Questions (Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom A) Thursday 2:00 PM Curtis Booher, Mark Hancher, Steve Poston, Jeanne Stevens Student Ministers are encouraged to join the teens for this panel discussion. We ask the teens, “Do you have questions for God or about God, but never seem to know the answers? Are you questioning why some things are going on in your life that does not make sense? Do you ever have questions about the Bible or about life in general and how it relates to how you should live for God, but never feel like you can ask the question or you never get it answered in a way that helps you understand?” We give the teens a chance to ask those tough questions and have them answered in a practical and helpful way. † Soul School: Enrolling in a Soulful Lifestyle for Youth Ministry (Millennium Hotel, Grand Ballroom A) Thursday 3:30 PM Jeanne Stevens We all know that youth ministry can be hard. Sadly, many youth workers walk away from their jobs, their callings and their passion because their interior worlds are falling apart. That’s why Soul School is essential for developing an effective and healthy you(th) ministry. Because while your ministry might look healthy to outsiders, only you know that something is lacking. It’s easy to get so busy caring for the external parts of your ministry that you forget the most important part—your soul.

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Church Planting as a Team Sport
(Room 207) Wednesday 3:00 PM Mont Mitchell Church planting is not about one person. You can’t be a Lone Ranger – it’s a team sport! Other players are essential, from spouse to staff, management team, coach and more.

5 Good Minutes with 5 Good Preachers

Fantasy Football and More on Your Church Computers: Ethics, Issues and More

(Junior Ballroom D) Wednesday 3:00 PM LeRoy Lawson, Ben Merold, Bob Russell, Tommy Simpson and Paul Williams We asked the panel, “If you had five minutes to tell a young preacher what’s most important, what would you tell him?” They give their responses in this workshop.

(Room 234) Wednesday 3:00 PM Jeremy Hoff How are your church computers being used by staff, volunteers and ministers? Do you know? Learn how to appropriately and effectively monitor and control use. Examine ethical issues related to such actions and policies.

Avoiding Burnout in Children’s Ministry

Global Poverty and Biblical Justice

(Room 237) Wednesday 3:00 PM Panel: Penny Bohall, Bob Collopy, Dave Dooley, Cindy Wilkinson, with facilitator Carie Schultz Learn to recognize the signs of burnout among staff and volunteers. Identify specific decisions and changes that impacted your team for better or worse. Prepare yourself to combat burnout with strategies that work.

(Room 205) Wednesday 3:00 PM Dennis Bratton, Doug Priest and Andrew Syed Ways Christians in a wealthy country can address global poverty and injustice.

How Latinos do Missions in our Backyards, Parks and Neighborhoods (Room 231) Wednesday 3:00 PM
Salvador Fuentes Pastor Salvador Fuentes is the Senior Spanish Pastor of Shepherd of the Hills Church in Porter Ranch, California. Pastor Fuentes presents the weekend message in Spanish at the Shepherd’s Praise Chapel.

Beyond Power Point: How to Unleash New Technology in Preaching within Worship Services
(Room 203) Wednesday 3:00 PM Toney Salva Learn how to use texting and online social forums, such as Facebook and Twitter, to engage the most technologically advanced audiences in the history of the world.

How to Age Well Into the Future

Bible Bowl (Room 238) Wednesday 3:00 PM Bret Talley Learn how to unleash Bible Bowl in your local church. Bringing in the Day of Brotherhood and Ending the Night of Wrong (Room 211) Wednesday 3:00 PM

(Room 200) Wednesday 3:00 PM Donald Sams Life expectancy increased by nearly thirty years in the twentieth century, a bigger gain than during the past fifty centuries. By 2025, the number of Americans over 60 years old will increase by seventy percent. The future will be different, but how? This and other information will be discussed at this session.

How to Keep Your Marriage from Dying on the Vine
(Room 233) Wednesday 3:00 PM Stephen and Lisa Sams So many marriages are secretly dying. This discussion is about cultivating a healthy, more alive marriage.

Victor Knowles Five years go, at the 2006 Louisville NACC, about 10,000 members from the Christian churches and churches of Christ had a wonderful pledge to lay aside differences and work as one to accomplish Christ’s mission to save a lost world. This workshop gives a candid report on progress and what still remains to be done.

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The Best Game Plan for Marriage

Let’s Dust Off the Hymn Book and Sing (Grand Ballroom A) Wednesday 3:00 PM

Murray Hollis with Steve Kehrer (vocals), Ruth Reyes (keyboard), Carla Scott (keyboard), and Jon Stedman (piano) A singing celebration for those who love traditional music.

Maintaining Financial Accountability and Integrity
(Room 236) Wednesday 3:00 PM Tommy Greer Financial accountability and integrity are ministry necessities. We will cover team development, checks and balances, reporting and monitoring, missions and outreach. Learn more effective ways to achieve audit results, without the audit.

(Junior Ballroom AB) Wednesday 3:00 PM Pat and Ruth Williams If you are facing the incredible challenges, unpredictable moments, and everyday trials of life and wondering if you can come out happy, meet Pat and Ruth Williams. With his wife Ruth, Pat Williams (cofounder of the Orlando Magic) offers unique insight into the best game plan for a strong and successful marriage—even when that marriage includes nineteen kids! Dave Butts Prepare the leadership heart to survive the extreme challenges of the calling. How to go on when you feel like giving up.

The Resilient Leader (Room 230) Wednesday 3:00 PM

Shepherding the Heart of the Artist

(Room 204) Wednesday 3:00 PM John W. Stevenson Discuss ways to recharge—so then you can effectively lead your congregation in worship.

Turning Your Church into a House of Prayer

Show me the Monvee.com

(Room 201) Wednesday 3:00 PM Mike Breaux, Eric Parks and Josh Peigh Develop your spiritual growth plan with this exciting, new, interactive web-based system.

(Room 206) Wednesday 3:00 PM Mike Maiolo This workshop will focus on practical ways God can lead your church to be revolutionized through prayer. Hear how God started a midweek prayer meeting with just a few people and multiplied it to over 230 people, and growing.

Vincent Bacote and Bob Kurka Does the faith we celebrate on Sunday morning end when we go back into the “real world” of work, hobbies and leisure? Can all of life be lived in a Christian way?

Taking Sunday to Monday: Integrating Christian Faith with Culture (Room 235) Wednesday 3:00 PM

Jay St. Clare, Don Hamilton and Troy Jackson Practical how-to’s for living the gospel within your community, small or large, rural or city. Integrate the impact of your church with your local DNA. If the doors of your church closed today, would your community care?

Unleashed! Seeing Your Community as Your Mission Field (Room 232) Wednesday 3:00 PM

Thank God for Girlfriends!

(Junior Ballroom C) Wednesday 3:00 PM Sally Baucke When times get tough, the tough often go it alone. So do most of the busy, stressed and multi-tasking women of today. Humorist Sally Baucke helps us understand that going it alone is not necessary, healthy or fun. God gave us each other to enrich and bless our lives. This brilliantly funny presentation reminds us that having girlfriends as well as being one are both a privilege and a must in today’s busy world.

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The NACC Workshop Tracks are offered on Wednesday (July 6) and Thursday (July 7) at 3:00 PM and 4:15 PM Exception: The Student Ministry Workshop Track is offered at 2:00 PM and 3:30 PM (see page 71 for Student Ministry Workshop descriptions). Workshop leaders and descriptions are listed alphabetically by workshop title on the following pages. Listing by track begins on page 63.

Affordable Technology for Finances in Ministry (Room 232) Wednesday 4:15 PM Mark Kitts Attendees will learn the latest technology available for ministry finances including affordable websites, online giving, accounting, software and social networking.
Andy Hanson Train and instruct leaders in innovative ways to reach, teach and unleash the next generation student to commit to build up the church.

Building the Next Generation Leader (Room 201) Wednesday 4:15 PM

Church: the Mosaic Family (Room 203) Wednesday 4:15 PM Rob Daniels The church is a place where all are welcome, single, married without children, single parents, and more. Developing Discipline Now for a Lifetime of Spiritual Effectiveness (Room 233) Wednesday 4:15 PM Byron Davis and Dean Trune This workshop focuses on developing discipline now for a lifetime of spiritual effectiveness. Encouraging Women in Ministry to Unleash them for Ministry (Junior Ballroom D) Wednesday 4:15 PM Karen Alexander and Dr. Jeanene P. Reese Being in ministry can be a cold and isolating experience . . . even for the most seasoned worker. God desires that the hearts of those who minister be encouraged and filled so that they can be unleashed to minister to others. Fit Moms Fit Kids (Junior Ballroom C) Wednesday 4:15 PM
Annett Davis The decisions that you make about what you are going to eat and whether or not you are going to exercise your bodies are either acts of worship toward God or acts of self indulgence. Olympic volleyball player Annett Davis will encourage, empower and teach moms tips, tricks and techniques for building a stronger family unity, living a lifestyle of fitness and having fun along the way. Learn how to create a home environment that fosters mind, body and spiritual fitness as a lifestyle. Tom Burgess and Dr. Barbara Riggs This workshop is focused on adjusting to loneliness and loss, especially the loss of a long-time mate.

Home Alone (Room 200) Wednesday 4:15 PM

Preparing Your Heart for Sunday (Room 205) Wednesday 4:15 PM

Don Hinkle Aside from the mechanics of the message and the flow of the service, what can you do to allow God’s spirit to flow in your heart in the preparation of your message?

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Promoting Christian Unity, Session One: What our Scholars Have Done Together

(Room 211) Wednesday 4:15 PM Bill Baker, Rick Cherok, Gary Halloway and Jerry Sumney Discussion topics include, joint efforts at scholarly meetings; joint writing projects; unity efforts. Topics include, AAR, SBL, ETS, College Press Commentary, Restoration Quarterly, Stone-Campbell Journal, Discipliana, StoneCampbell Encyclopedia, One Church, The Transforming Word, forthcoming Global History, Restoration Forums, Stone-Campbell Dialogue, Great Communion, Disciples of Christ Historical Society, World Convention, and more.

Promoting Relational and Emotional Heath in a High-Tech Culture (Room 236) Wednesday 4:15 PM

Dr. Jack Holland Explore steps, practices and prevention care to promote relational and emotional health in a world inundated with low-touch, high-tech interaction.

Small Church Leadership Unleashed (Room 230) Wednesday 4:15 PM

Herb Botts Learn how to identify, train, assemble, and partner new leaders into an existing framework to bring about change.

The Exclusivity of Jesus in a Pluralistic World (Room 231) Wednesday 4:15 PM

Kenneth Greene and David Fiensy For many years, “truth” has been up for debate, something to determine by a vote. In such a world, can Christians know Jesus? Can we say, “He is the way, the truth and the life?”

Todd Bussey Making an impact locally and globally may seem daunting, but consider this: the power behind every big thing that has happened for the gospel lives inside of you. Every resource you need to fulfill the Great Commission, you already have. Do you feel limited by small resources? Small minds? Get practical help and encouragement to step out!

Unleashing the Power of One (Room 204) Wednesday 4:15 PM

Unleashing Technology in Worship (Room 206) Wednesday 4:15 PM
Terry Leathermon and Dave Miller Fifteen resources every worship team should have in their tool box.

Unleashing Your Business for Global Impact (Jr. Ballroom AB) Wednesday 4:15 PM

Name withheld for international security Business people, professionals and other marketplace Christians comprise one of the greatest untapped resources in the Church today. By looking at Scripture and case studies, we will explore ways to equip this important segment of the body of Christ to advance the kingdom of God around the world. Claudio Divino The mission field is moving to us. North America is the third largest mission field in the world. Church planting is our most effective method of reaching people for Christ.

Why Plant Churches? (Room 207) Wednesday 4:15 PM

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Black and White Preaching (Room 206) Thursday 3:00 PM Jack Reese and Dr. Jerry Taylor This workshop focuses on communication to a multicultural audience.
Russ Kuykendall and Tom Obricht A frank discussion of war and nonviolence, examining the issues from different perspectives. Rob Daniels Show and teach today’s leaders how to change and impact the existing church mindset to build a relevant biblically mandated church.

Can Christians go to War? Two Views (Room 207) Thursday 3:00 PM

Challenges and Solutions to Growing a Diverse Leadership (Room 238) Thursday 3:00 PM

Wendy Rote Your children’s ministry is only as successful as the volunteers who help week to week. Discover ways to find out who your volunteers are, why you need them, and ways to make your ministry one that people want to volunteer with. Gain practical tools for hosting a volunteer training session; how to energize and equip your volunteers, and how to create a team approach.

Developing a Children’s Ministry Volunteer Team: How to NOT be Afraid to Answer Your Phone on a Saturday Night! (Room 237) Thursday 3:00 PM

Effective use of Technology Around the World (Room 230) Thursday 3:00 PM Curt Nordhielm and Wing Wong Learn how to support and partner with pastors far from home in practical ways. Getting Past Your Past (Junior Ballroom AB) Thursday 3:00 PM
Tracie Gorham and Cara Walter The co-founders of Drawing Water use drama, teaching and testimonies in this uplifting workshop designed to encourage women. They will help you get past the things you have gone through and come to a place of both recovery and healing.

Have More Fun and Less Stress while Raising Responsible Kids! (Room 201) Thursday 3:00 PM

Phil and Bev Haas Love and Logic® offers a simple win-win approach to parenting. Parents win because they learn to love their children in a healthy way and guide them toward responsible adulthood. Children win because they learn the logic of life and acquire the tools they need to survive and thrive in the real world. Phil and Bev have been leading Love and Logic® seminars for over twenty years and they raised their own children using these insights and tools. Join them and other parents as we put the fun back into parenting.

How to Create a Mobile Application Strategy for Your Church and Launch it Fast

(Room 203) Thursday 3:00 PM Tom Ellsworth Smartphones, such as iPhones, Androids and Blackberrys, are in every purse and pocket. Come hear how to build a compelling mobile strategy for your church or ministry and quickly launch an application that informs, enriches and educates your members–locally and around the world. 83
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Unleashed in Retirement: You Ain’t Old Enough to Quit (Room 200) Thursday 3:00 PM

(Room 231) Thursday 3:00 PM Phil Claycomb There’s more than one way to deal with fears, misunderstandings, and misconnections regarding church planting.

Myths of Church Planting

Ben and Pat Merold We will discuss various groups that seniors participate in ministry.

Reaching a Diverse America in the 21st Century: How the Christian Church will Impact the Nation One Community at a Time

Unleashing Worship for Evangelism

(Room 205) Thursday 3:00 PM Byron Davis If you think diversity just means racial reconciliation efforts through inviting an African American pastor to preach at your service, then you and your ministry are being left behind. Your voice is systematically being rendered increasingly mute in the ever changing world around you. Come be a part of an experience based workshop where you can take part in the discussion and explore real world ways to foster more diversity, not just in your ministry, but through your ministry.

(Room 204) Thursday 3:00 PM Todd Bussey Take home ideas for using worship as a form of evangelism in your community.

Unleashing Your Giving Potential

(Room 236) Thursday 3:00 PM Dick Hess, Jay Hess and Mike Prior The panel will discuss two basic, two intermediate and two advanced tools to unleashing your giving potential.

Reckless Faith: Getting out of the way and Allowing God to Work
(Junior Ballroom C) Thursday 3:00 PM Beth Guckenberger Have you ever felt a pull from God to be used of Him . . . but fear held you back? Find out how you can allow God to work simply by offering Him what is in your hand and then seeing Him work in incredible ways.

(Junior Ballroom D) Thursday 3:00 PM David A. Duncan Demographic and economic realities impact our churches and parachurch organizations. Gain an understanding of biblical stewardship principles that directly relate to these realities. Take specific actions to your churches and organization to mitigate the coming economic realities. Discover tools that help assure that your church and ministries are well-funded.

Your Church/Ministry is in Trouble: Why and What You can do About it

Survival Kit for Church Planting

(Room 232) Thursday 3:00 PM Danny Furukawa Navigate the storms of church planting and survive the successes and failures. How to deal with the emotional, financial, spiritual and physical aspects of a church plant.

Troy Jackson, Lorna Smith and Greg Swinney Learn how to connect to important initiatives locally and globally. There are simple actions you can take, without leaving home.

Unleashed! Reaching the World without Leaving Home (Room 233) Thursday 3:00 PM

Jerry Sunmey Colossians uses language and imagery associated with baptism more than any other New Testament letter. We will explore how Colossians draws on that language to define the Christian life. We will see the ways Colossians interprets baptism as more than the initial act that brings a person into the church. According to this letter, what happens in baptism gives shape to the believer’s life, helping us understand not only the blessings we receive but also how we are to live.

You Were Also Raised With Him: Baptism in the Letter to Colossians (Room 211) Thursday 3:00 PM

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The NACC Workshop Tracks are offered on Wednesday (July 6) and Thursday (July 7) at 3:00 PM and 4:15 PM Exception: The Student Ministry Workshop Track is offered at 2:00 PM and 3:30 PM (see page 71 for Student Ministry Workshop descriptions). Workshop leaders and descriptions are listed alphabetically by workshop title on the following pages. Listing by track begins on page 63.

Building a Team When You’re Missing the Parts (Room 204) Thursday 4:15 PM David Rinehart How do you build an effective team to lead your congregation when you are missing parts, lacking talent, or have little or no experience? Effective use of Technology in the Smaller Church (Room 236) Thursday 4:15 PM
Jason Miller Discover scalable, affordable and effective technology tools and applications, including audio-visual, worship, web-based, and many more.

Getting Mission into the Heart of Your Kids (Room 203) Thursday 4:15 PM Nikki Hunt Ideas for involving your family serving together in ministry. Intergenerational Worship (Room 201) Thursday 4:15 PM Jason Byerly, Cory Ferguson and Verna Weber How can we reconnect the generations in worship? This is a discussion of the hazards of separating the family at church and how to bring it back together.
Randy Gariss As a church changes, the roles of its leaders change. Ideally, we get ahead of the curve and have time to prepare the church and church leadership. Often, we need to react to changes quickly. We will explore both scenarios.

Leadership as the Church Grows (Room 232) Thursday 4:15 PM

Living in a Post Recession World (Room 205) Thursday 4:15 PM

Bill Greer What is the reality of our financial priorities? How will they affect your church or the parachurch? Re-establish new financial priorities in light of today’s status.

Location, Location, Location: Reading the Bible and Culture (Room 207) Thursday 4:15 PM Rafael Rodriquez “Do you see what I see?” Do you hear what I hear?” Why don’t we all come to the same conclusions if we are reading the same Bible? How do our backgrounds affect the way we understand Scripture?
Doug Crozier and Phil Ling Experts will discuss the considerations of debt, capital campaigns, and preaching and teaching stewardship in preparation of your building program.

Preparing the Church for a Building Program (Room 230) Thursday 4:15 PM

Promoting Christian Unity, Session Two: Where do we go From Here? (Room 211) Thursday 4:15 PM Bill Baker, Rick Cherok, Gary Halloway and Jerry Sumney Discussion topics include, what future unity might look like; future initiatives and projects; involving ministers, Church leaders and members; examples of global and local efforts.

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Raising Girls who can Change the World (Junior Ballroom AB) Thursday 4:15 PM Kim Goad and Claudia Mitchell Every girl has a purpose. Every girl is uniquely gifted. Help your girls learn to be spiritually, emotionally and physically strong. Discover ideas for helping them overcome destructive cultural messages and find their calling in God’s kingdom.
Mark Lutz and Kent Odor Make sure your recovery groups lead to Christian growth and spiritual maturity.

Recovery Ministries: A Path to Discipleship (Junior Ballroom D) Thursday 4:15 PM

Stephen Gray What is the real story? An honest report on the existing impact of church planting within the Restoration Movement and what needs improvement.

Report on Church Planting (Room 238) Thursday 4:15 PM

Unleash! Reaching the Unreached (Room 200) Thursday 4:15 PM

Eric Derry, Dave Empson, Dave Linn and Doug Lucas Learn how your church can become involved in Restoration Revolution, a ten-year collaboration to shape Christ with all people. Included in this workshop will be a close-up on the C of the ACTS acronym, church planting. Hear about congregations and agencies that are banding together via a monthly on-line webinar get-together to strengthen, share experiences, network, and form teams for specific unreached people groups around the world.

Unleashing Creativity in Preaching (Jr. Ballroom C) Thursday 4:15 PM

Daryl Reed This workshop presents creative uses of old school props, including white boards, object lessons, and more. Andy Hanson Learn practical, everyday things you can do to prepare our children, our best leaders and ourselves for missions locally and globally.

Unleashing Your Family for Global Impact (Room 233) Thursday 4:15 PM

Who are you in Children’s Ministry? (Room 237) Thursday 4:15 PM

Karen Lynch Understand the strengths God gave you for children’s ministry. Learn how you are uniquely created to serve and overcome obstacles.

When you Preach on Noah, I can Hear the Rain: Preaching on the Old Testament Story for all it’s Worth
(Room 206) Thursday 4:15 PM Mark Scott and L.C. Sutton Learn how to keep your priorities in preparation, and how to exegete a passage to really make it sing.

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Architects & Builders Dwell Earth Booth # 120 The McKnight Group Booth # 536 Campgrounds & Retreat Centers Kiamichi Mts. Christian Mission Booth # 602 Smoky Mountain Christian Village Booth # 1025 Wooded Glen Booth # 116 Campus Ministry Association of College Ministries Booth # 548 Impact Campus Ministries Booth # 546 Indiana Christian Campus Ministries Booth # 725 International Friendships, Inc Booth # 3 Student Christian Fellowship - Ohio State Booth # 642 Capital Campaigns & Consulting Here-4-You Christian Grant Consulting Booth # 229 INJOY Stewardship Solutions Booth # 128 TLC Ministries, Inc. Booth # 400 Children’s Homes Christian Children’s Home Of Ohio Booth # 835 Christian Children’s Ranch Booth # 720 Cookson Hills Christian Ministries Booth # 309 See ad page 44 New Mexico Christian Children’s Home Booth # 543 Niños de Mexico Booth # 1021 Oblong Children’s Christian Home Booth # 718 Pinehaven Christian Children’s Ranch & School Booth # 503 Shiloh Christian Children’s Ranch Booth # 219 Show-Me Christian Youth Home Booth # 623 www.show-mehome.com The Children’s Village at Christian City Booth # 1028 www.christiancity.org Woodburn Christian Children’s Home Booth # 645 Christian Counseling & Crisis Centers Lifeline Youth & Family Services Booth # 644 92 Promise Land Ministry and Crisis Center Booth # 1019 Church Planting Effective Evangelism Booth # 127 Ignite Church Planting Booth # 137 Impact Canada/ Impact Europe (Impact Ministry Group) Booth # 315 Kentucky Church Planting Partnership Booth # 1022 Northern Plains Evangelistic Association Booth # 641 Orchard Group Booth # 121 See ad page 88 Restoration House Ministries Booth # 723 See ad page 84 Stadia Booth # 815 See ad page 50 WCMA, Inc. Booth # 825 Church Supply & Retail Churchbus.com Booth # 743 ChurchPay Pros by AccuPay, Inc. Booth # 320 www.churchpaypros.com Communion Solutions, LLC Booth # 306 Deity Enterprises Booth # 823
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Exotic World Gifts - Fair Trade Gifts Booth # 654 Group Imaging Booth # 237 See ad page 32 Just Jewelry Booth # L-12 Kairos Legacy Partners Booth # 819 Lifetouch Booth # 651 See ad page 38 Mary’s Magnetic Jewelry Booth # 918 One Call Now Booth # 538 877.698.3262 x2304 Phil@onecallnow.com S & M Communion Bread Co. Booth # 420 Schermer Pecan Company Booth # 437 www.pecantreats.com Successful Fundraising Slingshot Group Booth # 238 See ad page 46 Stop Traffick Fashion Booth # 742 U Rock Insoles Booth # 750 Warner Press Booth # 728 See ad page 14 X-treme Faith Gear Booth # 1037

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Colleges & Universities Atlanta Christian College/Point University Booth # 215 See ad page 76 Boise Bible College Booth # L-10 Boyce College Booth # 923 Central Christian College of the Bible Booth # 537 Cincinnati Christian University Booth # 705 Colegio Bíblico Booth # 542 College of the Scriptures Booth # 1026 Crossroads College Booth # L-9 Emmanuel Christian Seminary Booth # 805 Florida Christian College Booth # 619 See ad page 44 Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary Booth # 752 Great Lakes Christian College Booth # 540 Hope International University Booth # 109 See ad page 42 Johnson University Booth # 615 See ad page 60 Kentucky Christian University Booth # 905 See ad page 18

Lakeview Bible College & Seminary Booth # 1020 Lincoln Christian University Booth # 401 See ads pages 12 and 28 Louisville Bible College Booth # 647 Manhattan Christian College Booth # L-8 See ad page 46 Mid-Atlantic Christian University Booth # 140 See ad page 26 Milligan College Booth # 115 See ad page 20 Nebraska Christian College Booth # 1018 Northwest Christian University Booth # 240 Ozark Christian College Booth # 241 Saint Louis Christian College Booth # 329 William Jessup University Booth # 326 Windward Islands School of Evangelism Booth # 722 Conferences & Retreats Back to His Heart Booth # 242 Go Narrow Booth # 544

Finance & Accounting CapinCrouse Booth # 443 Christian Churches Pension Plan Booth # 726 Christian Community Credit Union Booth # 1011 See ad page 86 Christian Credit Counselors Booth # 245 Church Consulting Services Booth # 935 Church Development Fund Booth # 715 See ad on back cover ChurchNet Advantage Association Booth # 927 Clergy Advantage, Inc. Booth # 422 See ad page 24 Pastors Tax-Free $$$ Financial Planning Ministry Booth # 729 Pension Fund of the Christian Church Booth # 429 See ad page 22 Sound Mind Investing Booth # 931 Government Army National Guard Booth # 828

Insurance Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company Booth # 236 Church Mutual Insurance Company Booth # 300 GuideOne Insurance Booth # 227 See ad page 66 Media KLove Radio Booth # 345 The Christian Post Booth # 337 See ad page 40 Ministries ARM Prison Outreach Booth # 740 Awana Clubs Booth # 1035 Beading to Beat Autism Booth # 343 Bible Ditties Booth # 224 Child Evangelism Fellowship Booth # 6 Christ In Youth Booth # 809 Christian Churches Disability Ministry Booth # 223 See ad page 66 Christian Holyland Foundation Booth # 555 Christian Riders Ministry Booth # 501

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Creation Research Science Education Foundation Booth # 643 Deaf Institute Booth # 822 Drawing Water Booth # 406 Encourage Me/Heart of Love Ministries Booth # 906 Extended Hand Ministries Booth # 226 Grace on Wings Booth # 328 Harvest Prayer Ministries Booth # 1015 Intentional Impact Living Booth # 221 Miles McPherson Ministries Booth # 7 Operation Inasmuch Booth # 1009 Pure Life Ministries Booth # 139 See ad page 6 Swank Motion Pictures Booth # 5 Table Talk Ministries Booth # 449 The Meltons and The Gospel Lads Booth # L-19 Thesken Art (Art & Soul) Booth # 301 Threads of Hope Booth # 507 World Convention Booth # 9

Your Story Hour Booth # 601 Missions -- Africa Christian Arabic Services Booth # 541 Mashoko / Hippo Valley Christian Mission Booth # 1023 SAT 7 Booth # 447 Missions -- Asia Ambassadors for Christ, Philippine Evangelism Booth # 323 Asia Christian Services Booth # 924 Central India Christian Mission Booth # 424 See ad page 16 Christ Gospel Ministries Booth # 744 Gospel for Asia Booth # 920 India Gospel League Booth # L-5 Maesot Bible Training Center Booth # 448 Mid-India Christian Services, Bethlehem Booth # 318 midindiachristianser vices.com Jay and Romola Henry – Ernest & Numreta McFarland New Hope Christian Ministries of Pakistan Booth # 653 Rahab’s Rope Booth # 749

Sozo International Booth # 123 Victory Park of India Booth # 800 Missions -- Europe American Schools International Booth # 122 See ad page 102 Forget Me Not Ministries Booth # 919 www.fmnministries.org Mulberry International Children’s Ministries Booth # 545 Polish Christian Ministries Booth # 625 Remember the Children Booth # 302 Smiles Foundation Booth # 4 TCM International Institute Booth # 529 See ad page 26 Missions -- The Americas (non-US) Christian Mission South Haiti Booth # 222 Global Vision Citadelle Ministries Booth # 225 Haitian Christian Mission Booth # 741 Haitian Christian Outreach Booth # 402 Impacto Latino Booth # 446 94

Jamaica Bible Seminary Booth # 807 More than Coffee Booth # L-1 Northwest Haiti Christian Mission Booth # 209 See ad page 48 Workers for Mexico Mission Booth # 921 Missions -- Worldwide ACM International Booth # 646 Blessing Hearts International Booth # 303 Bring Good News Booth # 324 Center for Global Impact Booth # 629 Chaplaincy Endorsement Commission Booth # 824 CMF International Booth # 936 See ad page 64 CrossRoads Missions Booth # 322 Deaf Missions Booth # 604 FAME Booth # 737 See ad page 24 G.O. Ministries Booth # 1029 Good News Productions, International Booth # 600 Gospel Broadcasting Ministries Booth # 926
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Institute for Christian Resources, Inc Booth # 442 International Disaster Emergency Service Booth # 145 Jamaica Christian Mission Booth # 8 HEART AND SOUL90 Booth # 829 See ad page 16 Let’s Start Talking Ministry Booth # 1027 Lifeline Christian Mission Booth # 915 Literature And Teaching Ministries Booth # 441 Living Water for Girls Booth # 703 Mission Services Association, Inc. Booth # 439 Mountain Mission School Booth # 305 See ad page 66 National Missionary Convention Booth # L-2 See ad page 90 New Mission Systems International Booth # 444 See ad page 56 One Mission Society Booth # 118 Operation Christmas Child Booth # 1

Outreach International Booth # 440 Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Booth # 321 Pioneer Bible Translators Booth # 549 Rapha House Booth # 129 See ad page 12 Restoration Revolution Booth # L-3 See ad page 78 Rock of Israel Ministries Booth # 652 Salt & Light Ministries Booth # 922 Shepherd of the Hills Booth # 304 See ad page 62 South Pacific Christian Fellowship Booth # 327 Team Expansion Booth # 141 Teen Mission, USA & Mission Journeys Booth # 125 The Voice of the Martyrs Booth # 341 Publishers & Booksellers Ability Bible Series/ JRG Ministries Booth # 126 ARKY’s Bookstore Booth # 349 Absolutes! ARKY.org BIBLICA Booth # 640 Directory of the Ministry Booth # 1024 95

Harvest House Publishers Booth # 445 Mentor Hope Publishing Booth # 553 Standard Publishing Booth # 415 See ads pages 80, 14, 26, 36, 44, and 56 Stone-Campbell International Booth # 724 See ad page 14 The Story powered by Zondervan Booth # 700 See ad page 30 Retirement Homes & Senior Care Canton Christian Home Booth # 605 Christian Benevolent Association Booth # 609 Christian Care Alliance Booth # 505 Christian Care Communities Booth # 607 Christian Homes, Inc. Booth # 603 See ad page 64 Golden Years Homestead Booth # 706 Sayre Christian Village Booth # 704 Worthington Christian Village Booth # 325

Technology 3Strands Communications Booth # 426 CCLI Booth # 220 CDM+ Church Management Software Booth # 925 Flexstage Aesthetics & Stage Design Booth # 509 Logos Bible Software Booth # 10 See ad page 74 Training & Equipping Christians for Biblical Equality Booth # 307 Consortium for Christian Online Education Booth # 547 Thistlebend Ministries Booth # 124 Travel AFC Travel Booth # 830 Israel Ministry of Tourism Booth # 637 See ad page 34 Jerusalem Tours International Booth # 130 Journeys Unlimited Booth # 244 Maranatha Tours, Inc. Booth # 827

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Effective Evangelism: A Dialog on Reaching Your Community for Christ (Millennium, Pavilion A) Bruce Webster, Effective Evangelism For young and young-at-heart church leaders who are willing to think and work outside the box. This will be a two-way conversation with Bruce Webster who has been called the most knowledgeable man in the brotherhood in the area of church growth. A free revised and updated resource pack will be available to all participants. Operation Inasmuch: Unleash God’s Love on Your Community (Millennium, Pavilion B) David Crooker, Operation Inasmuch Service–the new evangelism. Create opportunities to share God’s love through serving people in need, in your community. Resources are available. Seek God. Seek Justice (Room 232) International Justice Mission God has provided us with all we need to bring his light to a hurting world. Often, however, we can feel very removed from the reality of pain and injustice that the majority of people in the world face every day. What difference can we make to people suffering from human trafficking, slavery, and other forms of violent oppression? Well, it turns out that God has the answer! Come learn from International Justice Mission staff about God’s heart of justice and great love for the oppressed, his clear call to the church to bring rescue, and how he is using us to make a powerful difference in the lives of people suffering from violence here in the U.S. and around the world. Swank Motion Pictures: Reaffirm Your Organization’s Mission and Values with Today’s Top Religious and Familyoriented Movies! And do it Legally! (Millennium, Atrium) Swank Motion Pictures Films can enlighten, entertain and educate your congregation on the issues that are central to your message. Movies are also a great tool for enhancing Youth Groups, Sunday Schools and educational classes. Swank Motion Pictures, Inc.® has a variety of inspirational and entertaining movies to strengthen your sermon points and support spiritual growth within your community. Thislebend Ministries: Are You Someone Others Follow? (Millennium, Colonade A) Laurie Aker, Thislebend Ministries Laurie Aker from Thistlebend Ministries will share how to call, equip, & encourage the saints. 96

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Ratios-Measure Twice, Cut Once (Millennium, Atrium) Rick LeBrun, CapinCrouse In these challenging economic times, churches are looking at their finances more closely than ever. Too much debt? Are salaries and benefits reasonable? Do we have adequate reserves? These are questions many of us are considering. We’ll discuss which comparisons may be appropriate and how you can start digging deeper into your numbers. What Every Elder Ought to Know (Part One): Diagnosing your Church for Health and Growth (Room 206) James Estep, David Roadcup and Gary Johnson, Cincinnati Christian University Elders can know how to stimulate their churches to grow and be healthy. Three ministry veterans will explain how this is done. Being Salt to Muslims: Building a Bridge of Friendship and Evangelism (Room 233) George Dababneh, Cincinnati Christian University This seminar will teach believers to impact our Muslim neighbors with the Gospel. Effective Evangelism: A Dialog on Reaching Your Community for Christ (Millennium, Pavilion A) Bruce Webster, Effective Evangelism For young and young at heart church leaders who are willing to think and work outside the box. This will be a two way conversation with Bruce Webster who has been called the most knowledgeable man in the brotherhood in the area of church growth. A free revised and updated resource pack will be available to all participants. INJOY Stewardship Solutions: Generosity Remix (Millennium, Colonnade B) Tim Avery, INJOY Stewardship Solutions Tim Avery & ISS will equip church leaders in creating a generous culture while transforming lives.
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Justice & Discipleship: Taking your Congregation on a Journey of Discovering God’s Passion for Justice (Room 232) International Justice Mission At the root of it, justice is not just a mission action, it’s a discipleship issue – do followers of Jesus know God as the God of justice and righteousness who calls his people to seek justice? In this workshop, International Justice Mission staff will provide church leaders with a process for helping your congregation develop a deep-rooted biblical foundation and a passionate heart for justice. With this firm foundation, the church can then assess local and international needs, how to incorporate justice into your evangelism and mercy-based ministries, and how God is specifically calling your church to reveal Christ through following his call to seek justice and rescue the oppressed. One Call Now: Communication Unleashed: Embracing Technology to Connect with your Congregation (Millennium, Colonnade A) Mary Bogan, One Call Now Connect with your people by voice, text, or email easily and instantly. We’ll show you how. Operation Inasmuch: Unleash God’s Love on Your Community (Millennium, Pavilion B) David Crooker, Operation Inasmuch Service–the new evangelism. Create opportunities to share God’s love through serving people in need, in your community. Resources are available. A Biblical Blueprint for Avoiding Financial SelfDestruction (Millennium, Statesman) Kevin Woo, Sound Mind Investing This workshop lays a biblical foundation for successful investing, including six key principles related to investing “For the glory of God.” The principles discussed will help Christ’s followers be better stewards of God’s resources so that they might have more to give to God’s work. Presented by Sound Mind Investing.

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Fraud: Not in my Church (Millennium, Atrium) Richard Lindley, CapinCrouse Many new cases of financial fraud in churches have been reported lately. Learn many ways fraud can be perpetrated, identify indicators of fraud, and understand key measures that are critical to prevent fraud or detect it in a timely manner. Effective Evangelism: A Dialog on Reaching Your Community for Christ (Millennium, Pavilion A) Bruce Webster, Effective Evangelism For young and young-at-heart church leaders who are willing to think and work outside the box. This will be a two-way conversation with Bruce Webster who has been called the most knowledgeable man in the brotherhood in the area of church growth. A free revised and updated resource pack will be available to all participants. What Every Elder Ought to Know (Part Two): Prescription and Treatment for a Healthy Church (Room 206) James Estep, David Roadcup and Gary Johnson, Lincoln Christian University Elders can direct their church to health and fruitfulness through analysis adapting to change and proactive leadership. This seminar explains the steps to make this happen. Perspectives: A Course of Vision, Hope and Passion (Room 231) Angela Zimmerman, Perspectives on the World Christian Movement Learn more about a life-changing course which has mobilized thousands from the pew to the world. Revealing Christ through Justice Ministry (Room 232) International Justice Mission It is clear that God is sweeping through his global Church, reawakening his people to the reality of violence and injustice in this world. Our Creator is filling his people with his heart of compassion for the oppressed, his passion for justice and righteousness, and with the courage to bring the light of Christ to some of the darkest and most unreached places in our own local communities and around the world. Hear from International Justice Mission staff about how the powerful rescue and redemption Christ offers us can be revealed through his church choosing to seek justice for the oppressed. 97

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(422), CMF International (936), Colegio Bíblico (542), College of the Scriptures (1026), Communion Solutions, LLC (306), Consortium for Christian Online Education (547), Cookson Hills Christian Ministries (309), Creation Research Science Education Foundation (643), Crossroads College (L9), CrossRoads Missions (322), Deaf Institute (822), Deaf Missions (604), Deity Enterprises (823), Directory of the Ministry (1024), Drawing Water (406), Dwell Earth (120), Effective Evangelism (127), Emmanuel Christian Seminary (805), Encourage Me/Heart of Love Ministries (906), Exotic World Gifts - Fair Trade Gifts (654), Extended Hand Ministries (226), FAME (737), Financial Planning Ministry (729), Flexstage Aesthetics & Stage Design (509), Florida Christian College (619), Forget Me Not Ministries (919), G.O. Ministries (1029), Global Vision Citadelle Ministries (225), Go Narrow (544), Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary (752), Golden Years Homestead (706), Good News Productions, International (600), Gospel Broadcasting Ministries (926), Gospel for Asia (920), Grace on Wings (328), Great Lakes Christian College (540), Group Imaging (237), GuideOne Insurance (227), Haitian Christian Mission (741), Haitian Christian Outreach (402), Harvest House Publishers (445), Harvest Prayer Ministries (1015), HEART AND SOUL90 (829), Here-4-You Christian Grant Consulting (229), Hope International University (109), Ignite Church Planting (137), Impact Campus Ministries (546), Impact Canada/Impact Europe (Impact Ministry Group) (315), Impacto Latino (446), India Gospel League (L-5), Indiana Christian Campus Ministries (725), INJOY Stewardship Solutions (128), Institute for Christian Resources, Inc (442), Intentional Impact Living (221), International Disaster Emergency Service (145), International Friendships, Inc (3), Israel Ministry of Tourism (637), Jamaica Bible Seminary (807), Jamaica Christian Mission (8), Jerusalem Tours International (130), Johnson University (615), Journeys Unlimited (244), Just Jewelry (L-12), Kairos Legacy Partners (819), Kentucky Christian University (905), Kentucky Church Planting Partnership (1022), Kiamichi Mts. Christian Mission (602), KLove Radio (345), Lakeview Bible College & Seminary (1020), Let’s Start Talking Ministry (1027), Lifeline Christian Mission (915), Lifeline Youth & Family Services (644), Lifetouch (651), Lincoln Christian University (401), Literature And Teaching Ministries (441), Living Water for Girls (703), Logos Bible Software (10), Louisville Bible College (647), Maesot Bible Training Center (448), Manhattan Christian College (L-8), Maranatha Tours, Inc. (827), Mary’s Magnetic Jewelry (918), Mashoko / Hippo Valley Christian Mission (1023), Mentor Hope Publishing (553), Mid-Atlantic Christian University (140), Mid-India Christian Services, Bethlehem (318), Miles McPherson Ministries (7), Milligan College (115), Mission Services Association, Inc. (439), More than Coffee (L-1), Mountain Mission School (305), Mulberry International Children’s Ministries (545), National Missionary Convention (L2), Nebraska Christian College (1018), New Hope Christian Ministries of Pakistan (653), New Mexico Christian Children’s Home (543), New Mission Systems International (444), Niños de Mexico (1021), Northern Plains Evangelistic Association (641), Northwest Christian University (240), Northwest Haiti Christian Mission (209) 98 >continued on page 102

Exhibit Hall & Resource Center
nacc ResouRce centeR nacc Resource center
sponsored by Reckless Faith: Let Go and Be Led, Beth Guckenberger (Zondervan, 2008)

Location

The NACC Resource Center is located in the East Concourse Lobby on the first level of the convention center.

Hours

Tuesday 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM Wednesday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM Thursday 9:00 AM – 10:00 PM Friday 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Recommend Resources

The NACC is pleased to provide this list or resources recommended by NACC speakers and guests. These titles are likely to be available for purchase at the NACC Resource Center. Thank you for supporting the NACC with your Resource Center purchase. Main Sessions & Special Events Keeping Your Head Above Water: Refreshing Insights for Church Leadership, Dave Stone (Group Publishing, 2001) Crazy Love, Francis Chan (DC Cook, 2008) Forgotten God, Francis Chan (DC Cook, 2009) Dinner with Skeptics, Jeff Vines (College Press, 2008) Until I Return, Jeff Walling (Howard Publishing, 2005) Identity Theft: Reclaiming Who God Created You to Be, Mike Breaux (Zondervan, 2007) Unleashed: The Church Turning the World Upside Down, Dudley Rutherford, Jeff Walling, et al (Standard Publishing, 2011) Making Ripples, Mike Breaux (Zondervan, 2006) Courageous Compassion: A Prophetic Homiletic in Service to the Church, Jerry Taylor (Abilene Christian Univ. Press, 2011) Together Again, Atchley and Russell (Standard Publishing/ Leafwood Publishers, 2006) Relentless Hope: Extracting the Precious from the Worthless, Beth Guckenberger (Standard Publishing, 2011)
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Leadership Fields of Gold, Andy Stanley (Living Books, 2006) Revolution On Our Knees, David and Kim Butts (PrayerShop Publishing, 2010) Prayer and the End of Days, David Butts (PrayerShop Publishing, 2009) Divided By Faith: Evangelical Religion and the Problem of Race in America, Michael O. Emerson and Christian Smith (Oxford Univ. Press, 2001) Models of Ministry and Leaderships that Work, Ed. Joe Grana (Hope International University Press, 2006) Full Disclosure, Stephen Gray (ChurchSmart, 2009) Planting Fast Growing Churches, Stephen Gray (ChurchSmart, 2007) The American Church In Crisis, David Olson (Zondervan, 2008) North American Cross-cultural Church Planting, Glenn Rogers (Mission and Ministry Resources, 2008) Soul Print, Mark Batterson (Multnomah Books, 2011) Choosing to Preach, Kenton Anderson (Zondervan, 2006) Preaching with Variety, Jeffery Arthurs (Kregel, 2007) The Pastor: A Memoir, Eugene Peterson (HarperOne, 2011) Women’s Ministry Bound and Determined: Christian Men and Women in Partnership, Jeanene Reese (Leafwood, Press 2010) One Girl can Change the World, Kim Goad (Standard Publishing, 2009) One Girl Leader’s Guide, Kim Goad (Standard Publishing, 2009) Happy Spouse, Happy House, Pat and Ruth Williams (Standard Publishing, 2009) The Goal and the Glory, Josh Davis (Regal Books, 2008) Thank God for Girlfriends! (CD) Sally Baucke (Self-produced) M.O.T.H.E.R.S. (DVD) Sally Baucke (Self-produced) The Missional Mom: Living with Purpose in the Home and in the World, Helen Lee (Tyndale, 2011) Seniors’ Track The Church of All Ages, Ed. Howard Vanderwell (The Alban Institute, 2007) Preacher, You’ve Got Friends, Murray Hollis, et. al. (Christian Friends Connexion, 2009) Missions, “Global and Local Impact” Business as Mission: A Comprehensive Guide to Theory and Practice, C. Neal Johnson and Steve Rundle (InterVarsity Press, 2009)
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Christians at the Border: Immigration, the Church and the Bible, Daniel Carroll (Baker, 2008) The Solid Foundations Notebook, Greg Swinney (Standard Publishing, 1999) Welcoming the Stranger, Matt Soerens and Jenny Hwang (Intervarsity Press, 2009) This Beautiful Mess, Rick McKinley (Multnomah Publishers, 2006) A Framework for Understanding Poverty, Ruby K. Payne, Ph.D. (aha! Process, Inc., 2008) Becoming King: MLK and the Making of a National Leader, Troy Jackson (Univ. Press of Kentucky, 2011)

United By Faith,DeYong, Emerson, Yancey, Chai Kim (Oxford Univ. Press, 2004) Love and Respect,Emerson Eggerich (Thomas Nelson, 2010) Ethnic Blends,Mark DeYmaz, Hanry Li (Zondervan, 2010) Total Forgiveness, R. T. Kendall (Charisma House, 2007)

Technology Toolbox Thy Kingdom Connected, Dwight Friesen (Baker Books, 2009) The Saturated Self, Kenneth Gergen (Basic Books, 1992) Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders, Ross, Verclas, Levine (Jossey-Bass, 2009) Restoration Movement Evangelicalism and the Stone-Campbell Movement, Vol 1, Ed. William Baker (IVP Books, 2002) Evangelicalism and the Stone-Campbell Movement, Vol 2, Ed. William Baker (ACU Press, 2006) Praying Dangerously, Gary Holloway (Leafwood, 2010) You Might Be too Busy If, Gary Holloway (Leafwood, 2009) Debating for God: Alexander Campbell’s Challenge to Skepticism in Antebellum America, Richard Cherok (ACU Press, 2008) 1 & 2 Corinthians, William Baker, et. al. (Tyndale, 2009) Beyond the Stars: Our Home in Heaven, Victor Knowles (POEM, 2010) Victor: Since 1945, Victor Knowles (College Press, 2011) Preaching James, William Baker and Thomas D Ellsworth (Chalice, 2004) Disciple of Peace: Alexander Campbell on Pacifism, Violence and the State, Craig M. Watts (Doulos Christou, 2005)

Spiritual Formation and Small Groups The Path Toward Passion, Dean Trune (PrayerShop, 2009) Change (sampler) [Monvee Pak (DVD)] Eric Parks (ADW Group, 2011) Missional: Joining God in the Neighborhood, Alan Roxburgh (Baker Books, 2011) The Wisdom of Stability, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove (Paraclete Press, 2010) Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream, David Platt (Multnomah, 2010) Radical Together: Unleashing the People of God for the Purpose of God, (Multnomah, 2011) Besides The Bible: 100 Books that Have, Should or Will Create Christian Culture, John Pattison, et al. (Biblica, 2010) Theology and Apologetics When Helping Hurts, Corbett & Fikkert (Moody, 2010) The Message and Ministry of Jesus, David Fiensy (University Press of America, 1996) Engaging Our World, Eds. Adrian, Roberts, Wenyika (W&S Academic, 2009) Preaching the Sermon on the Mount The World It Imagines, Eds. Fleer & Bland (Chalice Press, 2007) Renewing Tradition, Eds. Hamilton, Olbricht, Peterson (Wipf and Stock, 2006) Unfinished Reconciliation Justice Racism and Churches of Christ, Eds. Holloway & York (ACU Press, 2006) And the Word Became Flesh, Eds. Olbricht, Fleer (Wipf and Stock, 2009) Colossians; A Commentary, Jerry L. Sumney (Westminster John Knox, 2008) The Bible; An Introduction, Jerry L. Sumney (Fortress Press, 2009) Colossians; A Commentary, Jerry L. Sumney (Westminster John Knox, 2008) One.Life: Jesus Calls, We Follow, Scot McKnight (Zondervan, 2011) Family Ministry

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tHe unleasHeD exPeRience

NACC 2011 – The UNLEASHED Experience - $149.95 (plus S&H)
What if you could take home your experience from the 2011 North American Christian Convention? Now you can, with “NACC 2011 – The UNLEASHED Experience!” For the first time, this unique package is available to you, bringing together the best elements of the 2011 NACC. nacc 2011 – the unleasHeD experience includes: • A copy of the unleasHeD book written by NACC speakers Dudley Rutherford, Francis Chan, Daryl Reed, Greg Nettle, Phil Allen, Mike Breaux, Dave Stone, Jeff Vines, and Jeff Walling. • A DvD set featuring of six hours of “the best of” the NACC Main Sessions including music, speakers, and performances. • A small group DvD with Bible study presentations recorded from the Cane Ridge Meeting House, to compliment the UNLEASHED study guides. • small group study guides (bundle of 10) with nine weeks of UNLEASHED material. If you need more than ten, you can order more study guides individually. • A small group leader guide that is brief and easy to follow.

unleasHeD available at the nacc Resource center

Individual Item Pricing
unleasHeD book $14.99 (plus S&H) nacc 2011 – the unleasHeD experience DvD set $99.99 (plus S&H) unleasHeD small group DvD $29.99 (plus S&H) unleasHeD small group study guides $4.99 each or $39.99/bundle of 10 (plus S&H) *all product orders shipped in August 2011

one-time offer, all sales end July 10!

Order now at the NACC Resource Center!

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NACC Audio and video recordings of select sessions will be available on CD and DVD. The Christian Audio Tapes booth is located across from Hall B, in the South Concourse Lobby near the escalator.
You may purchase video and audio recordings at the NACC Recording Booth, sponsored by Christian Audio Tapes, Tuesday 12 p.m. – 10 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. – 10 p.m. and Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. A limited number of recordings may be available after the event. To order recordings after the event, contact Christian Audio Tapes at 888-CA-TAPES or visit their website www.catapes.com.

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Alphabetical Exhibitor Listing
Oblong Children’s Christian Home (718), One Call Now (538), One Mission Society (118), Operation Christmas Child (1), Operation Inasmuch (1009), Orchard Group (121), Outreach International (440), Ozark Christian College (241), Pension Fund of the Christian Church (429), Perspectives on the World Christian Movement (321), Pinehaven Christian Children’s Ranch & School (503), Pioneer Bible Translators (549), Polish Christian Ministries (625), Promise Land Ministry and Crisis Center (1019), Pure Life Ministries (139), Rahab’s Rope (749), Rapha House (129), Remember the Children (302), Restoration House Ministries (723), Restoration Revolution (L-3), Rock of Israel Ministries (652), S & M Communion Bread Co. (420), Saint Louis Christian College (329), Salt & Light Ministries (922), SAT 7 (447), Sayre Christian Village (704), Schermer Pecan Company (437), Shepherd of the Hills (304), Shiloh Christian Children’s Ranch (219), Show-Me Christian Youth Home (623), Slingshot Group (238), Smiles Foundation (4), Smoky Mountain Christian Village (1025), Sound Mind Investing (931), South Pacific Christian Fellowship (327), Sozo International (123), Stadia (815), Standard Publishing (415), Stone-Campbell International (724), Stop Traffick Fashion (742), Student Christian Fellowship - Ohio State (642), Swank Motion Pictures (5), Table Talk Ministries (449), TCM International Institute (529), Team Expansion (141), Teen Mission, USA & Mission Journeys (125), The Children’s Village at Christian City (1028), The Christian Post (337), The McKnight Group (536), The Meltons and The Gospel Lads (L-19), The Story powered by Zondervan (700), The Voice of the Martyrs (341), Thesken Art (Art & Soul) (301), Thistlebend Ministries (124), Threads of Hope (507), TLC Ministries, Inc. (400), U Rock Insoles (750), Victory Park of India (800), Warner Press (728), WCMA, Inc. (825), William Jessup University (326), Windward Islands School of Evangelism (722), Woodburn Christian Children’s Home (645), Wooded Glen (116), Workers for Mexico Mission (921), World Convention (9), Worthington Christian Village (325), X-treme Faith Gear (1037), Your Story Hour (601)

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NACC Information and Appreciation
Past & futuRe nacc events
North American Christian Convention events are listed with the NACC President and Minister & Spouse (M&S) Retreat Co-Chairs.
2013 July 9 - 12 Louisville, KY Matt Proctor 2012 July 10 - 13 Orlando, FL Rick Rusaw 2011 July 5 - 8 Cincinnati, OH Dudley Rutherford 2010 July 6 - 9 Indianapolis, IN Ben Cachiaras 2009 August 11 - 13 M & S Retreat Stephen and Lisa Sams 2009 June 30 - July 3 Louisville, KY Jeff Stone 2008 July 1 - 4 Cincinnati, OH Cam Huxford 2007 August 21 - 23 M & S Retreat Tom and Kay Moll 2007 July 3 - 6 Kansas City, MO Alan Ahlgrim 2006 June 27 - 30 Louisville, KY David Faust 2005 August 16 - 18 M & S Retreat Howard and Martha Brammer 2005 July 12 - 14 Jacksonville, FL Howard Brammer 2005 June 28 - 30 Lexington, KY Howard Brammer 2005 May 24 - 26 Corona, CA Howard Brammer 2004 July 5 - 8 Phoenix, AZ Dick Alexander 2003 July 8 - 11 Indianapolis, IN Bob Russell 2002 June 24 - 27 Columbus, OH Barry McMurtrie 2001 June 26 - 29 Tampa, FL Tom Ellsworth 2000 July 11 - 14 Louisville, KY Don Wilson 1999 July 6 - 9 Denver, CO Wayne Shaw 1998 June 23 - 26 St. Louis, MO Dennis Slaughter 1997 July 1 - 4 Kansas City, MO Sam E. Stone 1996 July 2 - 5 Dallas, TX John Caldwell 1995 July 16 - 20 Indianapolis, IN Marshall Hayden 1994 July 5 - 8 Orlando, FL Wally Rendel 1993 July 6 - 9 St. Louis, MO Charles E. Cook 1992 July 14 - 17 Anaheim, CA Ken Idleman 1991 July 9 - 12 Denver, CO David McCord 1990 July 10 - 13 Kansas City, MO Richard D. Hogan 1989 July 11 - 14 Louisville, KY R. Allan Dunbar 1988 July 5 - 8 Cincinnati, OH David Corts 1987 July 14 - 17 Oklahoma City, OK Dale McCann 1986 July 6 - 10 Indianapolis, IN Kenneth A. Meade 1985 July 9 - 12 Anaheim, CA Knofel Staton 1984 July 10 - 13 Atlanta, GA David L. Eubanks 1983 July 26 - 29 St. Louis, MO Floyd Strater 1982 July 27 - 30 Kansas City, MO E. LeRoy Lawson 1981 July 7 - 10 Louisville, KY Calvin L. Phillips 1980 July 8 - 11 Seattle, WA Dennis R. Fulton 1979 July 24 - 27 St. Louis, MO Robert C. Shannon 1978 July 11 - 14 Oklahoma City, OK Ben Merold 1977 July 5 - 8 Cincinnati, OH Wayne B. Smith 1976 July 6 - 9 Denver, CO E. Ray Jones 1975 July 8 - 11 Detroit, MI Russell F. Blowers 1974 July 23 - 26 Anaheim, CA Thomas W. Overton 1973 July 10 - 13 Indianapolis, IN W. F. Lown 1972 July 11 - 14 Cincinnati, OH E. Richard Crabtree 103 1971 July 6 - 9 Dallas, TX Marshall J. Leggett 1970 July 7 - 10 St. Louis, MO William S. Boice 1969 July 8 - 11 Detroit, MI Douglas A.Dickey 1968 July 9 - 12 Cincinnati, OH Burris Butler 1967 June 28 - July 2 Tampa, FL L. Palmer Young 1966 June 28 - July 1 Louisville, KY Hugh F. Sensibaugh 1965 June 22 - 25 Tulsa, OK Russell L. Martin 1964 July 7 - 10 St. Louis, MO Leon H. Appel 1963 June 26 - 30 Long Beach, CA E. H. Chamberlain 1962 June 26 - 29 Lexington, KY Wm. Harold Hockley 1961 April 20 - 23 Wichita, KS Robert O. Weaver 1960 July 12 - 15 Columbus, OH Edwin G. Crouch 1959 June 24 - 28 Atlanta, GA Olin W. Hay 1958 July 9 - 13 Portland, OR Reuben L. Anderson 1957 May 1 - 5 Pittsburgh, PA Lester H. Ford 1956 May 8 - 11 Louisville, KY Harold W. Scott 1955 Apr 25 - May 1 Indianapolis, IN James Van Buren 1954 June 23 - 27 Long Beach, CA Francis M. Arant 1953 April 22 - 26 Canton, OH Harry Poll 1952 April 30 - May 4 Tulsa, OK Ernest E. Laughlin 1951 April 25 - 29 Springfield, IL Joseph H. Dampier 1950 April 26 - 30 Indianapolis, IN Ard Hoven 1948 April 21 - 25 Springfield, IL Orval Morgan 1946 May 8 - 12 Indianapolis, IN William E. Sweeney 1942 Oct 14 - 18 Indianapolis, IN Dean E. Walker 1940 Oct 9 - 13 Indianapolis, IN P. H. Welshimer 1937 April 21 - 25 Springfield, IL T. K. Smith 1933 June 21 - 25 Springfield, IL O. A. Trinkle 1931 June 17 - 21 Lexington, KY J. E. Henshaw 1929 Oct. 9 - 14 Canton, OH P. H. Welshimer 1928 Oct. 10 - 14 Kansas City, MO Wallace Tharp 1927 Oct. 12 - 16 Indianapolis, IN P. H. Welshimer

NACC Information and Appreciation
NACC LeAdership
North American Christian Convention Past Presidents are listed in red. Board of stewards Members are listed with last convention year of term. Chairman John Derry (2012) Secretary-Treasurer Brent Storms (2013) Managing Director Larry Collins (ex officio) At-Large Ben Cachiaras (2011) David Eubanks (2011) Donald Jeanes (2012) Fred Mitchell (2011) Dudley Rutherford (2013) Rick Rusaw (2012) Cynthia Willison (2013) 2011 executive Committee President Dudley Rutherford Vice President John Hampton Secretary-Treasurer Stephen Sams National Prayer Chairman Herbert Botts Local Arrangements Co-Chairpersons Steve Carr Greg Marksberry At-Large Shan Caldwell Doug Lucas Toney Salva Bart Stone Mark Taylor John Wasem Advisors Kay Moll Dr. Jerry Taylor Continuation Committee Members are listed with last convention year of term. Alan Ahlgrim (2013) Jeremy Allard (2011) Susan Aulen (2011) Larry Berlin (2011) Darryl Bolen (2011) Stephen Bond (2012) Matt Bortmess (2011) Everett Brewer (2013) Kevin Brimner (2011) Todd Bussey (2012) Dr. John Caldwell (2013) Shan Caldwell (2011) Blake Carter (2013) Doug Carter (2011) Ron Carter (2011) Phil Claycomb (2012) Mark Comeaux (2011) Doug Crozier (2012) Charlie Curran (2013) Byron Davis (2012) Karen Diefendorf (2011) Claudio Divino (2011) Tom D. Ellsworth (2013) Reggie Epps (2013) Scott Eynon (2013) Billye Joyce Fine (2011) Phyllis Fox (2011) Danny Furukawa (2012) Gil Garcia (2012) Dr. S. L. Garvey (2013) Ken Greene (2012) Samuel Guzman (2013) Darrell Hairston (2012) Don Hamilton (2011) David Hamlin (2011) Andy Hansen (2012) Allie Harding (2011) Jerry Harris (2013) Bob Harvey (2011) Marshall Hayden (2013) Don Hinkle (2012) Murray Hollis (2013) Todd Hudson (2012) Kerry Huffer (2012) Dr. Rick Hunter (2013) Cam Huxford (2013) Kevin Ingram (2011) Raquel Lubag Jarvill (2013) Milt Jones (2012) 104 Caleb Kaltenbach (2012) Brett Kays (2011) Steve Kehrer (2013) Stan Kirtlan (2011) Pete Kunkle (2012) Russ Kuykendall (2011) Brenda Lang (2011) Steve Larson (2011) Derek Lauer (2013) Terry Leathermon (2011) Greg Lindsey (2013) Tom Lohr (2011) Douglas K. Lucas (2011) Sadock Mashindi (2013) Mont Mitchell (2012) Tom Mobley (2011) Greg Montague (2013) Stephen Moore (2013) Randy Nation (2013) Fred Osborne (2011) Dr. D. Clay Perkins (2011) David Peterson (2011) Doug Priest (2011) Matt Proctor (2012) Lynn Ragsdale (2011) Dr. Jeanene Reese (2013) Steve Reeves (2011) Ruth Reyes (2013) Phil Roberts (2011) David Rutherford (2012) Toney Salva (2011) Mark Scott (2012) John Seitz (2013) Frank M. Smith, Jr. (2013) Dr. Perry Stepp (2012) Bart Stone (2011) Mark Taylor (2011) Tim Turner (2012) Guthrie Veech (2013) Rick Walston (2011) Dick Wamsley (2012) John Wasem (2011) Verna Weber (2012) Gary Weedman (2011) Teresa Welch (2012) David Welsh (2011) Shane Whybrew (2012) Cynthia Willison (2012) Richard Wilson (2011) Sam J. Winger (2013) Shane Wood (2011) Robert Woolfolk (2013) program platform Committee Members are listed with last convention year of term. Greg Chandler (2012) Nate Grella (2013) Murray Hollis (2011) Daniel Powell (2011) Local Arrangements Co-Chairperson: Hospitality/Logistics Steve Carr Co-Chairperson: Program/Promotion Greg Marksberry Alternative Housing Steve Carr Children’s Convention Karen Lynch Church Relations Coordinators Tommy Baker Craig Grammer Jeff Metzger Marshall Hayden Customer Service John Edmerson Directional/Feedback Coordinator Jeff Metzger Exhibit Services Dan Lang Hotel Shuttle Coordinator Dwight Loken Local Prayer Coordinator David Roadcup Main Session Hospitality Rob Sweeney Media Coordinator Dennis Jones Meeting Room & Workshop Hospitality Scott Swelbar

NACC Information and Appreciation
SPecial aPPreciation
Registration Coordinators Lori Goulding Shawn Spradling Revenue Tabulation and Deposit Nathan Hardesty Service Projects Coordinator Kent Fillinger Sign Language Interpretation Chad Entinger Glory Entinger Special Events Coordinator Susan Humbert Student Convention Phyllis Fox Connecting Place Stage Diane Diggles Ushers and Offering Kelly Carr VIP and Guest Hospitality Luke Davidson Volunteer Hospitality Rob Brown Welcome Hosts/Hostesses Everett Brewer Jim Spicer Will Call Robin Hooper nacc office Staff Managing Director Larry D. Collins Support Staff Diane Albrecht Rick Coyle Debbie Maurer Carie Schultz Don Woodburn Part-Time Support Abi Platt SPECIAL THANKS TO… From Larry D. Collins, NACC Managing Director Steve carr of echo church, cincinnati, and Greg Marksberry of First church of christ, Burlington, KY for outstanding leadership as Co-Chairpersons of the Local Arrangements Committee. Thanks extended for special assistance to carmelita Gallagher for her additional support for Mark in this effort. Phyllis Fox, Youth in Ministry, and her fantastic team, for producing and coordinating the entire Student Convention, College Fair, and Student Minister Workshop Program. Another great year! Susanne Walden and nikko lowe, Worship leaders of Shepherd of the Hills church, Porter ranch, ca, and the full praise team and worship choir for wonderful worship music in our Main Sessions. ryan Bates, President of Majestic Productions for coordinating the sound, lighting, and production of the teen and adult main sessions. Bill Smith, President of adtech Productions and lou Schierbeck of Good news Productions international for the main session video and graphics. the Program Platform committee and the many volunteers on the tech crew who worked very hard to line up and implement a fantastic program this year. There is none better than the NACC Tech Team! Hal Sacks and Miriam Kuevor of Shepherd of the Hills church, Porter ranch, ca. Hal you are “the man with the action plan” for Live Streaming, for our special production set up, and for those special Best of the NACC HD DVDs that are available this year. Miriam thank you for your wonderful work on “NACC in a Box”. lori Goulding and center Pointe christian church and all of her lac volunteers for help with the registration area. It was awesome! Dave thompson of the George Fern company and his team for expertly and smoothly coordinating the décor and special setup, and our Exhibit Halls. Wilbur and Dan Hutchinson and team of christian audio tapes for the service they graciously provide in recording each workshop and main session. chris Smith, of englewood review of Books, and his team from englewood christian church, indianapolis, in for coordinating and operating the NACC’s Resource Center. Blaire Kappes and the convention Management team, for their support with our event planning over this past year, and the wonderful results during our convention. the Duke energy convention center team for the many, many tasks you performed that made our event a great success this year. Kathy Koch and the ovations team for their support of our food and beverage requirements and special events.
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Jeremy Whalen and the Prestige av team for the planning support and flexibility you provided in bringing our AV needs to a successful conclusion. Another great team! christopher Pendleton and the smart city team for helping us with our internet requirements and connections…. much appreciated. Pam boeing of the cincinnati convention and visitors bureau who carried out the research, parking, publicity, and other various tasks to help NACC develop its visit to Cincinnati. Thanks to Jason Dunn too for helping us with 2015 and 2019 negotiations. Joseph Russell, amanda Henderson and others of the Millennium Hotel, our Headquarters Hotel, for their hospitality and attention to detail with our NACC Special Events and meetings, and the Student Convention. Your hospitality during our event was super. We appreciate the support you extended during planning visits this past year. Melissa buday and Kendra fischvogt of the Hyatt Regency Hotel, for their hospitality during all of our planning visits, and their attention to detail with National Bible Bowl Group, and our affiliated special events, and the special handling of the our NACC attendee guests. Many thanks also to our other block hotels, Hilton Hotel, Garfield Suites Hotel, and others, which make this event possible in downtown Cincinnati, OH. Diane Diggles and the Diggles family for providing their singing talent and coordination of the entertainment for the Connecting Place Stage Area. Much Appreciated. Dwight loken, and the Meeting connection team for their leadership with Registration and Housing over this past year and onsite. Could not do it without ya! scott graham and Dwight loken, for their coordination and management of our large Exhibit Hall. Another great year and growing! bob Wallace and the standard Publishing company. Many thanks for your support of the Women’s Conference Program and your support with gifts and baskets for our speakers and special events. Very Gracious! Much Appreciated. Jeff burris of group imaging, who works with us each year with wonderful banners to help with brightening up the event with color and informative graphic ambience. Jeff is super to work with and they are the best at what they do! bobby Moss, of logos bible software, for the excellent pre-conference software training seminar you put on for our attendees. Nice work! in House security and the first aid team of the Duke Energy Convention Center. Thank you for watching out for our safety during the event. Your professional handling of our event is appreciated. Special thanks go to tommy baker, Marshall Hayden, craig grammer and Jeff Metzger for leading the Host church campaign this year. THANK YOU local arrangements committee for sharing your enthusiasm for the Lord’s work through the NACC and for promoting this year’s NACC.

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Host cHuRcHes
THANK YOU Host Churches for your support of the 2011 NACC. This year’s host churches are from the entire state of Ohio along with SE Indiana and Northern Kentucky. Without the financial and volunteer support of these host churches, it would not have been possible to bring the NACC to Cincinnati. Your willingness to share your time, your staff, and financial gifts with the NACC is most appreciated. Includes gifts from March 1, 2010 thru April 29, 2011
Churches Giving $30,000 or More First Church of Christ Greg Marksberry Burlington, KY Churches Giving $5,000 to $10,000 Christ’s Church at Mason Tom Moll Mason, OH Lakeside Christian Church Jamie Snyder Lakeside, KY White Oak Christian Church Rick Shonkwiler Cincinnati, OH Worthington Christian Church David Roberson Columbus, OH Churches Giving $2,000 to $4,999 Bright Christian Church Jeff Stone Lawrenceburg, IN Lincoln Heights Missionary Baptist Church Dr. Elliott Cuff Cincinnati, OH Troy Christian Church Chris Heiss Troy, OH Churches Giving $1,000 to $1,999 Beechwold Christian Church Darin Kleeman Columbus, OH Echo Church Steve Carr Cincinnati, OH Fairfield Church of Christ David Hargrave Fairfield, OH Greenford Christian Church Jeff Hugus Greenford, OH Lifespring Christian Church Dick Alexander Cincinnati, OH Mt. Olivet Christian Church David Cahoon Williamstown, KY North River Avenue Christian Church Robert Hanze Toronto, OH Northside Christian Church Robin Hart Wadsworth, OH River Hills Christian Church Jeff Metzger Loveland, OH Parkview Christian Church Neil Norheim Findlay, OH Tri-Village Christian Church Paul Snoddy Pataskala, OH Westerville Christian Church Greg Bondurant Westerville, OH
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Church of Christ of East Dayton Scott VanDyke Dayton, OH English Christian Church Gary Cotto Carrollton, KY First Christian Church Dale Roberts Minerva, OH First Church of Christ Larry Snavely Bryan, OH First Church of Christ David Tysinger Painessville, OH Gahanna Church of Christ Tim Rohrbacher Gahanna, OH Highview Christian Church Jim Spicer Cincinnati, OH Hillsboro Church of Christ Rob Shoaff Hillsboro, OH Lockland Christian Church Don Stowell Cincinnati, OH Madison Christian Church Paul Barnes Groveport, OH North Madison Church of Christ Jerry Hillyer, II Madison, OH Southwest Church of Christ Nathan Robinson Barberton, OH Weston Church of Christ Rick Broughton Weston, OH Whitewater Crossing Christian Church David Vaughan Cleves, OH

Churches Giving $500 to $999 Braceville Christian Church Jon Pratt Newton Falls, OH Cambridge City Christian Church Daniel Berry Cambridge City, IN Crossroads Christian Church Todd Maurer Washington Court House, OH East Sparta Christian Church Jack Wingate East Sparta, OH Forest Dale Church of Christ Jay Russell Cincinnati, OH Hope Christian Church Tim Hanze Avon, OH Marlboro Christian Church Edward Harnish Alliance , OH Perry Christian Church Rod Geiger Canton, OH President Drive Christian Church Everett Brewer Cincinnati, OH Churches Giving up to $499 Bethel Christian Church Donald Miller Fountain City, IN

NACC Information and Appreciation
suPPoRting cHuRcHes anD oRganiZations
The NACC extends SPECIAL RECOGNITION to the churches who embraced the NACC through extraordinary support of their minister who is serving or served as President in 2011 and 2010, as well as those ministers who took on the 2011 Local Arrangements Committee Co-chair positions. THANK YOU for all the behind-the-scenes sacrifice and work to support your minister in these key NACC leadership roles. Mountain christian church (Joppa, MD) Outstanding support of the 2010 NACC! Thank you for the extra effort supporting Ben Cachiaras, 2010 NACC President. first church of christ (burlington, Ky) Outstanding support of the 2011 NACC! Thank you for the extra effort supporting Greg Marksberry, 2011 NACC LAC Co-Chair. shepherd of the Hills church (Porter Ranch, ca) Outstanding support of the 2011 NACC! Thank you for the extra effort supporting Dudley Rutherford, 2011 NACC President. echo church (cincinnati, oH) Outstanding support of the 2011 NACC! Thank you for the extra effort supporting Steve Carr, 2011 NACC LAC Co-Chair.

in addition to the Host churches (see separate listing), the nacc wishes to recognize and extend thanks to this list of churches and ministry organizations that have made financial contributions to the nacc from March 2010 to april 2011. ongoing support from church partners represents approximately 25% of annual funding. if your church has not yet become a giving partner, please prayerfully consider becoming one this year. each and every gift is appreciated. tHanK you!

Top 2 Giving Churches Mountain christian church, Joppa, MD shepherd of the Hills church, Porter Ranch, CA In the Top 5 Giving Churches christ’s church of the valley, Peoria, AZ chapel Rock christian church, Indianapolis, IN southeast christian church, Louisville, KY In the Top 10 Giving Churches connection Pointe christian church, Brownsburg, IN Kingsway christian church, Avon, IN legacy christian church, Overland Park, KS owensboro christian church, Owensboro, KY savannah christian church, Savannah, GA

In the Top 25 Giving Churches antioch christian church, Marion, IA central christian church, Wichita, KS christ’s church, Jacksonville, FL churchill Meadows christian church, Mississauga ON, Canada first christian church, Council Bluffs, IA first christian church, Johnson City, TN franklin Memorial christian church, Franklin, IN greenwood christian church, Greenwood, IN northside christian church, New Albany, IN Parkview christian church, Orland Park, IL Plainfield christian church, Plainfield, IN Rocky Mountain christian church, Longmont, CO

summit christian church, Sparks, NV victor valley christian church, Hesperia, CA West side christian church, Springfield, IL In the Top 50 Giving Churches anchor christian church, Rochester, NY bella vista christian church, Bella Vista, AR bethany christian church, Anderson, IN canyon Ridge christian church, Las Vegas, NV cedar falls church of christ, Cedar Falls, IA central christian church, Mount Vernon, IL central christian church, St. Petersburg, FL chandler christian church, Chandler, AZ christian church of clarendon Hills, Clarendon Hills, IL

christ’s church of flagstaff, Flagstaff, AZ church of christ at Manor Woods, Rockville, MD columbia christian church, Columbia, KY community christian church, Frankfort, IN first christian church, Columbus, IN first christian church, Dodge City, KS Harvester christian church, Saint Charles, MO Huntsville christian church, Huntsville, AL Journey christian church, Apopka, FL Knott avenue christian church, Anaheim, CA Mt. Pleasant christian church, Greenwood, IN northside christian church, Yorktown, VA second church of christ, Danville, IL shelby christian church, Shelbyville, KY
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sherwood oaks christian church, Bloomington, IN south telegraph christian church, Saint Louis, MO university christian church, Los Angeles, CA Washington christian church, Washington, IL In the Top 100 Giving Churches arundel christian church, Glen Burnie, MD avalon church of christ, Virginia Beach, VA bachelor creek church of christ, Wabash, IN bellevue christian church, Pittsburgh, PA blountville christian church, Blountville, TN bridges christian church, Russell, KY broadway christian church, Mattoon, IL camarillo christian church, Camarillo, CA chapel Hill christian church, Kokomo, IN christian church in lindsay, Lindsay, CA christ’s church of oronogo, Oronogo, MO church of christ christian chapel, Cayuga ON, Canada compass christian church, Colleyville, TX crossroads christian church, Evansville, IN crossroads christian church, West Lafayette, IN crossroads church of christ, Portland, OR Deer creek christian church, University Park, IL Dekalb christian church, DeKalb, MO

Discovery church, Simi Valley, CA east 91st street christian church, Indianapolis, IN eastside christian church, Jeffersonville, IN fairfield church of christ, Fairfield, OH fairmount christian church, Mechanicsville, VA first christian church, Evansville, IN first christian church, Greenville, IL first christian church, Morris, IL first christian church, Villa Grove, IL first christian church of brock Hall, Marlboro, MD generations christian church, Trinity, FL Horsepasture christian church, Ridgeway, VA inglewood southside christian church, Inglewood, CA Journey christian church, Fairbanks, AK Kore foundation, inc., Jacksonville, FL lincoln christian church, Lincoln, IL louisville christian church, Louisville, TN McDonough christian church, McDonough, GA nelson christian church, Bardstown, KY northshore christian church, Everett, WA northside christian church, Clovis, CA Rocklane christian church, Greenwood, IN Rockville christian church, Rockville, IN

southeast christian church, Parker, CO strategic Dynamics Public affairs, Ottawa, ON, Canada the crossing, Quincy, IL tonganoxie christian church, Tonganoxie, KS town & country christian church, Bartlesville, OK West lafayette christian church, West Lafayette, IN West valley christian church, West Hills, CA Westbrook christian church, Bolingbrook, IL Westview christian church, Amarillo, TX Woodford community christian church, Versailles, KY Woodlawn christian church, Knoxville, TN All Other Giving Churches 2 42 community church, Howell, MI antioch christian church, Pittsburg, MO bay area christian church, Houston, TX bethel christian church, Conyers, GA boones creek christian church, Gray, TN buchanan christian church, Buchanan, MI burnettsville christian church, Burnettsville, IN calvary christian church, Swartz Creek, MI cambridge city christian church, Cambridge City, IN capital area christian church, Mechanicsburg, PA center christian church, Knightstown, IN center community church, Plainfield, IN
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central christian church, Bristol, TN central Holston christian church, Bristol, TN central Park church of christ, Tilton, IL christ in youth, inc., Joplin, MO christian church, Washington, KS christ’s church, Winterville, NC christ’s church at the crossroads, Phoeniz, AZ church of christ, Mondamin, IA church of christ at Maple view, Bluefield, WV community christian church, Saint Joseph, MO copper creek christian church, Maryville, IL cornerstone christian church, Belleville, IL cornerstone christian church, Dawsonville, GA crestwood christian church, Saint Louis, MO creswell christian church, Bel Air, MD Dover christian church, Lebanon, IN Downtown christian church, Johnson City, TN east Pointe christian church, Scarbourough, ME east union christian church, Atlanta, IN eastside christian church, Lake Placid, FL elk Park christian church, Elk Park, NC employees charity organization of northrop grumman, Redondo Beach, CA first christian church, Clinton, IL
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first christian church, Clinton, OK first christian church, Cowden, IL first christian church, Dalhart, TX first christian church, Downs, KS first christian church, Erwin, TN first christian church, Greeneville, TN first christian church, Greenville, AL first christian church, Harrisburg, IL first christian church, Herrin, IL first christian church, Hugoton, KS first christian church, Junction City, KS first christian church, Kewanee, IL first christian church, Lamar, MO first christian church, Lansing, IL first christian church, Morristown, TN first christian church, Sullivan, IN first christian church, Tuscola, IL first christian church, Warsaw, IN first christian church, Wilmington, IL first christian church, Yucca Valley, CA first christian church of chicago, Chicago, IL franklin Heights christian church, Vincennes, IN gold coast christian church, Oxnard, CA

Highview christian church, Washington, IL Hikes Point christian church, Louisville, KY Hopwood Memorial christian church, Milligan College, TN Huron christian church, Huron, SD Kennard christian church, Kennard, IN Kenwood Heights christian church, Louisville, KY la Mirada christian church, La Mirada, CA lake Ridge christian church, Paris, IL lifePointe christian church, Toano, VA little Rock christian church, Paris, KY Main street christian church, Russiaville, IN Mccook christian church, McCook, NE Medaryville christian church, Medaryville, IN Memorial church of christ, Livonia, MI Momentum christian church, McDonough, GA new brighton christian church, New Brighton, MN new Hope christian church, Marshalltown, IA new Hope christian church, Washington, IN north liberty church of christ, North Liberty, IN oak grove christian church, Beckley, WV oakland Drive church of christ, Portage, MI oakwood Park christian church, Sioux Falls, SD orleans christian church, Orleans, IN

outlook christian church, McCordsville, IN Paoli christian church, Paoli, IN Poplar springs church of christ, King, NC Prescott christian church, Prescott, AZ Reddington christian church, Seymour, IN Rolling Hills christian church, Topeka, KS Russell springs christian church, Russell Springs, KY sandborn first christian church, Sandborn, IN seymour christian church, Seymour, IN seymour Heights christian church, Seymour, TN southside christian church, LaCrosse, WI southside christian church, Ottawa, IL spring Road christian church, West Point, GA tates creek christian church, Lexington, KY taylorville christian church, Taylorville, IL the Meeting connection, Westerville, OH town & country christian church, Yukon, OK union church of christ, Jonesborough, TN valley Mills christian church, Indianapolis, IN West Walnut st. church of christ, Portland, IN Westwood Hills christian church, Los Angeles, CA Windsor christian church, Windsor, IL Winter Haven christian church, Winter Haven, FL 110

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Allard, Jeremy and Jennifer Baumgartner, Catherine Blessing, Max and Ginny Brooks, Donna Caldwell, John and Jan Collins, Larry and Marsha Comeaux, Mark and Cathy Crist, Jerry and Joyce Derry, John and Jane Eubanks, David and Margaret Jeanes, Donald and Clarinda Kunkle, Peter and Kathy Kuykendall, Russ Laskowski, Daniel and Derota Martin, Robert and Ruth Rice, Sr., Jim and Ivy Roth, Doyle and Jean Rusaw, Rick and Diane Russell, Bob and Judy (Chap Russell Christian Foundation) Rutherford, Dudley and Renee Scott, Mark and Carla Shive, Geoff and Lois Sladek, Beatrice (Trust/Estate) Stone, Sam and Gwen Storms, Brent and Rhesa Vincent, Ron and Sherrie Wood, Shane and Gayla Hurley, Lance and Darla Johnstone, Graham and Marilyn Kirtlan, Stan and Christy Lewis, James and Sharon Lucas, Douglas and Penny Mathews, R. Paige and Lynne Miller, Marjorie Moll, Tom and Kay Morgan, Linda Mossor, Rex and Verna Priest, Doug and Robyn Prior, Michael Reeves, Steve and Kristen Reyes, Elizur and Ruth Roth, Fred and Diannia Sanow, Ed and Cynthia Scheer, Gary and Ann Scruggs, Rick and Debbie Sheeks, Helen Spring, Roger and Debra Taylor, Mark and Evelyn Tune, Claudia and Jim Turner, Tim and Lisa Underwood, Sheri Vogel, BE and VC Vogel Trust Wakeland, Mark and Sherri Wampler, Charles and Leslie Weedman, Gary and Janis Welch, Teresa Willison, Cynthia Willoughby, Timothy and Pamela Fox, Doug and Phyllis Gallagher, Mark and Marsha Sue Hackler, Ronald and Ellie Hamblin, Mark and Juanita Hamilton, Don and Gail Hanson, Craig and Carolyn Hanze, Tim and Debby Hermoso, Nila Hollis, Murray and Diane Huffer, Kerry L. Jackson, Troy and Amanda Jenkins, Jerry and Terri Jimenez, Rosendo and Connie Johnson, David Jones, Irving Keith, David and Gweneth Kimmerle, Kenneth and Meredith Kuester, Boyd and Bonnie Long, Larry and Margaret Lozada, Alex and Heather Martin, Louis and Martha McElroy, James and Karla McKenzie, Randy and Karen McLaughlin, David and Mattie Mieir, Bill and Connie Milliken, Richard and Karolyn Mitchell, Fred and Louella Montemayor, Mark Moore, Stephen and Bethene Moser, Ray and Donna Page, Rick and Suzanne Palmer, Robert and Mary Perkins, Clay Perrey, Robert and Alice Peterson, David and Valarie Phillippe, Timothy and Mary Fern Pippin, George and Jeanette Pittman, Greg and Andrea Platt, William and Susie Ragsdale, Lynn and Betsy Rice, Ase and Norma Rae Roadcup, David and Karen Robb, Tim Roberts, Phil and Lisa Robertson, Robert and Melanie Sams, J. Donald and Nancy Sams, Stephen and Lisa Shaw, Wayne and Janet Smith, Bonnie Sojka, Mike and Patricia Stone, Jeff and Johnnie Tinkler, Mike and Debbie Vogel, Benjamin and Carol Wamsley, Dick Ward, James and Fran Warner, Thomas and Brenda Wasem, John and Leslie Welsh, David and Kimberly Whybrew, Shane and Kris Williams, Meredith and Heather Zastrow, Todd and Lynn

Giving up to $249

Giving $500 - $999

Aulen, Ken and Susan Barker, Patricia Botts, Herbert and Sharon Bullock, Julie Cachiaras, Ben and Karla Cachiaras, Joe and Robyn Campbell, Patsy Carr, Steve and Kelly Carter, Ron and Pam Cherry, Robert and Vicki Claycomb, Phil and Barb Cork, Donald and Carolyn Crozier, Doug and Julie Dunbar, Allan and Judy Ellsworth, Tom and Elsie Florence, Brett Galbreath, Russell and Barbara Gariss, Randy and Julie Grover, Rick and Laura Hampton, John and Melinda Hassell, Chuck and Tammy Hayden, Marshall and Judy Hinkle, Don and Aldeana Hookstra, Kerry and Renetta Hudson, Todd and Tricia

Giving $250 - $499

Ahlgrim, Alan and Linda Anderson, Neil and Jennifer Blair, Christopher and Pam Boehm, Carla Bolen, Darryl and Sally Brandon, Larry and Peggy Bratton, Dennis and Brenda Brewer, Everett and Bonnie Bussey, Todd and Phyllis Caldwell, Shan and Lise Cole, Eleanor Coyle, Rick and Lydia Craycraft, John and Glenda Cumby, Guy and Ellen Danley, James and Linda Diefendorf, Walt and Karen Eggleston, Wayne and Connie Eynon, Scott and Lori Felgar, Roger and Mary Fine, Edward and Bilye Joyce

Abrams, Carolyn Adams, Donald and Jessie Adams, W. Herman and Gayle Addison, J. Lynn and Betty Agemy, Daniel and Nancy Alexander, Dick and Betty Alexander, Kurt and Denise Allard, Jim and Janet Allbee, Jack and Harriett Allen, Eric and Joyce Allen, Wayne and Louise Allman, Dwight and Shirley Allman, Jane Allred, Sharon Allsbury, Sidney Altheide, Steve and Sheila Althoff, Maxine Altman, David and Rebecca Alvarado, Sergio and Holly Anders, Tom and Christie Anderson, Ferman and Annie Gloe Anderson, Glenn and Linda Anderson, Richard and Darlene Andrews, Brett and Laura Appel, Veva Arntzen, Myra Lo Avant, Ted and Marie Avila, Sue Bachelder, Charles Bacus, Chris and Rhonda Baker, Angela Baker, Fred and Pat Baker, Joni Sullivan and William Baker, Ron and Sandra Ballard, Edward and Shirley Balogh, Carol Balzer, Joel and Brenda Banks, John Barker, William and Jean Barnes, Larry R and Gloria Barnes, Paul and Diane
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Barrett, James and Teresa Barry, Christine and Eric Barry, Eric Barton, Glen and Frances Barton, William and Donna Baughman, Kevin and Janet Bear, Dallas and Lori Beckett, Charles and Mary Beerbower, Wendy Bennett, Marian Bennett, Richard and Joann Bernhardt, Susanne Berry, Donald and Vivian Biggerstaff, Loren and Margaret Billeter, Lynn Bishop, Patricia Black, Gary C. and Julie Blackmore, Phil and Nona Blackmore, Ron Blanchard, David and Mary Bloemker, Archie and Bonnie Bloemker, Scott and Colleen Blount, Scott and Peggy Boardman, John and Marilyn Boatman, Paul and Mary Boeddeker, Constance Bohan, Michael and Nan Bolen, Kirk and Amanda Bond, Steve and Pamela Bonner, Patricia Booher, Michael Bool, Cely Bortmess, Matt Boston, Darel and JoAnn Boswell, Bob Boswell, David and Bettie Boudouris, Jim and LaVonne Bousum, Jeffrey and Robin Bowlby, Tom Boyer, James and Charlotte Boyle, Helen Bozell, Dale and Debbie Brackemyre, David and Cheryl Bradburn, Ken and Anita Bragg, Mark Brandon, Ches and Linda Brandt, William and Karen Brechbuhler, Clyde B. Brennan, Joseph Brewer, David Brill, Orville and Elizabeth Brinson, Kathleen Brookins, Jeff and Joan Brooks, Rachel Brooks, Rebecca Brookshire, Donald R. and Jane Brown, Dan and Rebeccah

Brown, Daniel and Eileer Brown, Daniel and Gloria Brown, Delno W. Brown, Jimmy and Wilma Brown, Steve and Angela Brownell, Margaret Brummett, Jack and Donna Bryan, David and Dari Lu Buher, Michael and Julia Bullard, Lynn and Reuben Burdick, Tom and Sara Burgess, John and Mary Jane Burgett, Larry and Maxine Burks, Jim and Laura Burt, Lawrence and Doris Bushnell, Orrin and Nancy Butler, Bill Butler, Rosie Butts, Dave and Kim Cabug, Evangelina Cabug, Josue Cachiaras, John and Dot Caldwell, Fred and Sheila Caldwell, Phyllis Call, Larry and Barbara Campbell, David and Mitzi Canary, James and Karen Canfield, Mabel Captain, Lewis and Lisa Carawan, Harold Caraway, Joseph and Joan Carlson, John and Linda Carmony, Patti Carpenter, Pete and Barb Carsey, Seldon and Peggy Carter, Doug and Dianne Casey, Scott and Debbe Cassara, Michael and Suzanne Chaban, Gary Chambers, David and Alice Chance, James Chanslor, Sam and Melanie Chapman, David and Cynthia Charles, Norven and Rita Cherok, Rick Chowning, William R. Christensen, Sue Chua, Gilbert and Liberty Chubb, Gerald and Suzanne Chubb, Jerry and Mary Ann Claibourne, Thomas and Linnea Clair, Elmer and Mildred Clark, Janelle Clark, Richard and Buff Clark, Ronald and Caralyn Clawson, Keith and Barbara Cleary, Laura L. Cleaveland, Mark and Carmen

Clifford, Carol and Dick Clymer, Gordon and Mary Coffey, Mark Cohoon, Rose and Leo Collier, Charles and Jessie Collier, David and Jackie Collier, Jeff and Cyndy Collier, Jodie Collins, Dean and Penny Comp, Greg and Kathy Conrad, Jeffrey and Julia Cook, Charles and Barbara Cook, James and Christine Cook, Robert and Linda Corbin, Dan and Denise Cornett, John and Sandra Cottingham, Joyce Cotton, Knute and Joan Couey, Garth and Candyce Couve, Stuart and Linda Covell, Alvin and Marylyn Coy, Harlon and Dawn Cragen, Bill and Melody Craig, Lynnette Crane, George and Donna Crosby, Robert and Margaret Crum, Melvin and Louanna Culler, Gale and Karen Cummins, Traci Cunningham, Ells and Doris Curran, Charlie and Pam Curran, Jeffrey Curry, Stanley and Maxine Custer, Johnny and Esther Cuthbertson, Ian and Karen Dangremond, Rita Daniel, Michael Davenport, Christopher and Christy Davis, Ben and Marnie Davis, David and Linda Davis, James and Jenna Davis, Lola Davis, Merrill and Rebecca Davis, Philip and Ella De Riter, Earl and Marha Deater, Gary A. Delinger, Mary Jane Denny, Gerald and Ruth Derry, James Dewing, Dennis and Ann Dickie, Eugene and Elaine Dickinson, Dean and Jana Dickinson, Derek and Dellie Dietz, Gene Doddek, Jessica Dodson, Kathy Doggett, Tim and Cheryl Dolgener, Forrest and Alice

Dorey, Ruth Dosier, Richard and Dalora Dougherty, Thomas and Bonnie Douglass, Dan and Miriam Driggs, Dan and Linda Duff, Gary and Carol Duggan, Catherine Dunaway, Phyllis Dunaway, Thelma Duncan, Bobby and Connie Duncan, Larry and Barbara Durden, Rufus and Marry Anne Dutka, Duane and Annette Dyck, Donald Dykstra, Wayne and Patricia Easley, John and Karen Egbert, Paul and Valencia Eident, Richard and Joy Elam Lowe, Charlotte Ellis, Anthony and Zona Ellis, Joy Ellis, William and Peggy Elston, Chuck and Doris Elzinga, Randy and Linda Engel, Jim Engleman, Curtis and Mary English, Jill Entrekin, R. Dean Erickson, Luke Erwin, David and Shari Erwin, Randy and Beth Essick, Beverly Evans, James and Ellen Ewing, Jim and Karon Fah, Joyce and Joe Farar, Michael and Elizabeth Farrer, Dan and Della Farthing, Gary and Mary Ellen Faust, David and Candy Fawley, Jack and Jean Fender, Vivian Ferneau, James and Lana Ferrer, Christine Fields, Margie Fike, Brian and Brenda Finch, Robert and Dorothy Fink, Margaret Fink, Norma Finley, Gary and Rosie Fisher, Mark Flannery, Toni Flora, Isaac and Faye Flumbaum, Alice Fobart, David and Candace Foor, Clint and Joni Forsythe, Timothy and Trudy Foutch, Ed and Dorothy Frame, Thelma
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Freeland, Kent and Mary Frey, David and Kelly Friend, Carlos and Ruth Frisbie, Bill and Peggy Frisbie, Russell and Margie Fulkerson, Owen and Barbara Fuller, John and Miriam Fuller, Maria Furr, C. L. and Glynda Furukawa, Danny Gable, Dick and Sandy Gamiao, Rodel and Lailyn Gardiner, Wayne and Nancy Geans, Jeannine Gehring, Donald and Marget Gennicks, Ken Gibbons, Joe and Debbie Giblin, John and Sheila Gibson, Bob and Marbeth Gibson, Roger and Ann Gibson, Roy and Susie Gill, James Gilpin, Eric Girton, Mike and Kathy Glatthaar, Patricia Goble, Ken and Ramona Goldie, Meredith Gommel, Steve and Becky Good, Dwayne Good, John and Janet Goodbar, Jerry and Sandra Goodfellow, Howard and Barbara Goodwin, Mike and Elaine Gorrell, Paul and Marna Gosnell, Janet Graham, Craig and Rancy Graham, Scott Grasham, Gene and Barbara Grasham, Tim and Susan Graves, Cliff and Amy Jo Graves, Devon Gray, Robert and Patricia Greeley, Kenneth and Jean Green, David and Faye Green, Leroy and Doris Green, Terry Greene, Ken and Shelley Greene, Robert and Bernice Greenlee, Wilfred and Melita Gretzschel, John Griffin, Carrie L. Griffin, Johnny and Jackie Gross, Bill and Doreen Grout, Brent and Cheri Grove, Arthur and Martha Grove, David Grover, Ron Linda Grundhofer, Bob and Joyce

Guerra, Joseph and Gail Haas, Van and Patricia Hackathorn, Marjorie Jean Hagan, Paul and Linda Hagerman, Donald and Kathleen Haley, Todd Hall, Charles and Robin Hamilton, Daniel and Karen Hamilton, David and Denise Hamlin, David and Kimberly Hanna, Marlyce Hansen, Andy and Marcia Hantsbarger, Jon and Rita Harden, Mary Lou Harding, Randy and Allie Hardwick, Roy and Gail Hardy, A. Lynn and Gail Hargrave, David and Connie Hargrave, Douglas and Tanya Harlow, Dan and Faye Harlow, Tim and Denise Harnish, Edward and Lawanda Harris, Barbara and Thomas Hart, Clifton and Nicole Hasselbring, David and Zelma Hastings, Jack and Jean Haun, Virginia Haven, Mark and Brenda Hawkins, David and Michelle Hayden, Ryan and Lori Hazard, Cliff and Cindy Heady, Ralph and Betty Hedger, Rusty and Dawn Helms, Rick and Beth Helsabeck, Dennis Henshaw, Brian and Jan Hesse, William and Sherrie Hester, Eugene and Frances Hiatt, Ruth High, Max Hileman, Margaret Hills, Jeff and Robbin Hinkle, Darrell and Linda Hinkle, Glenn and Margie Hinkle, Larry and Sonja Ann Hinton, Ray and Connie Hirschauer, Dennis and Julie Hite, J.D and Kim Hobbs, Kathy Hodson, Robert and Ellen Hogan, Dan and Kathy Holbert, Ralph and Regina Holden, Jerry andGenna Hollon, Hazel Holmes, Tony and Deborah Hooker, Rob and Sue Ann Hoskins, Lee and Bonnie House, Karlane and Laverne

Howard, Robert Howard, Rusty and Carol Howells, Mark and Mary Howland, Greg Hull, Jonathan and Erin Hull, Robert and Loretta Hully, Don and Zona Hunsaker, Robert and Ramona Hunsinger, Byron and Aleene Hutchison, Jim and Elaine Huxford, Cam and Sarah Icenogle, Stan and Shirley Idleman, Ken and Kaylene Ihrke, Chuck and Ruth Illman, Dwain and Marilyn Imel, Donald and Kimberly Ingram, Jon Ingram, Kevin and Lisa Inman, Scott and Jane Irwin, Harriet Jackson, Danny Jacob, Larry and Alice Jacobs, Dale and Mary Jaekel, Thomas and Seatta Jech, Kerry and Jane Jefferson, David and Patti Jensen, Frank and Debra Jesse, Sue Johnson, Andrew and Ginger Johnson, Bruce and Janeen Johnson, David and Sharon Johnson, Gary and Joanie Johnson, Greg and Rebecca Johnson, Merrill and Irene Johnson, Rebecca Jones, Barb Jones, John and Betty Jungers, Mary Blanche Kalb, Jon and Susan Kaltenbach, Caleb Kasel, Richard and Janet Kast, Michael Kastens, Robert and Kelly Kays, Brett and Penny Kearney, Jacqueline Kearns, Mark and Linnie Keeran, Keith and Nancy Keeton, David and Barbara Kehrer, Steve and Vicky Kellam, Kenneth Kelley, Cynthia Kelley, Max and Carol Kendall, Marcus and Lori Keppel, Philip W. and Nancy Killion, Ben and Sue Kim, Karl and Joan Kirby, Glenn and Carolyn Kirtlan, Jerry and Bonita Klein, Barry and Cynthia

Kleinfelter, Eileen Kline, Floyd A. and Carol Knapp, Gary and Janice Knox, Barbara Koebcke, David and Debra Koerner, Mark and Vicky Korff, Matt Kragenbrink, Bruce Kuest, Bob and Peggy Kuevor, Miriam Lakin, Gene and Marilyn Lamb, Robert Lamm, Marvin and Alisa Lammert, Chet and Joyce Lane, Larry and Nancy Langley, Gene and Dorothy Lanyon, Bryce and Phyllis Larson, Stan and Michelle Larson, Steve and Shelly LaRue, Alan and Pat Laws, James and Sandra Lawson, Jeremy and Cara Lawson, LeRoy and Joy Lawson, Vernon and E. Marguerite Leach, Donn and Joan Leathermon, Lawrence and Shirley Leathermon, Todd and Tammy Leavens, Paul and Luana Lee, Norman Leffler, Ralph and Maxine Leininger, Stephen and Valerie Leite, Francisco and Sue Lemasters, Wm. H. and Norma LeMay, Lester and Donna Lemmon, Robert Lenburg, Robert and Phyllis Leonard, John and Debbie Leslie, William and Dianne Leturgez, Paul Lewellyn, Thomas and Margaret Lewis, Jerry and Jean Lim, Elizabeth Linn, David and Donna Linn, Ray and Judy Lipscombe, David and Bernice Lopez, David and Magdalena Lott, Steve and Martha Love, Russell and Shirley Lowry, Charles and Bettye Lubag, Julio and Lita Luce, Thomas and Virginia Lucido, Edmundo Lundy, Ernest and Joyce Lundy, Jackie Lutes, Russell Mabie, James and Juanita
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Magness, Ethan and Elizabeth Malcom, Darrel and Karen Maldonado, Irene Malone, Barbara Malott, Matt and Connie Mangel, Richard and Virginia Mann, David Mann, Ruth Manning, Ken and Joy Manuele, Jack and Barbara Marchbanks, Martin Marshall, Douglas and Mary Jane Marshall, Murray and Shirley Marshall, Raymond and Patricia Martin, Larry and Rosalyn Martin, Phil and Kim Martin, Richard and Janet Mason, David and Judy Mathis, Bill and Dee Matthews, Helen Maurice, John and Sherry Mayberry, Jr., Howard and Katherine Mayfield, Douglas and Shanna Mays, Roy and Beth McCann, Dale and Judy McCarty, George and Ruth McClay, Roger McClintic, Harry McClintic, Jeff and Tamra McClintock, Lynda Ruth McClure, Bill and Lorene McCombs, Aaron and Rhonda McConnell, Jaime McCracken, Jack and Marian McGaha, Eric McGovern, Matthew McIntosh, Wanda McLaughlin, Daniel and Denise McNabb, Jeff McNeely, Mike and Karen McVicar, Laura Meade, Ken and Jan Medaris, Enoch Merchant, Donald Merchant, Fredrick and Denise Merchant, Howard and Nova Meritt, Aryn and Franny Messer, Rick and Pam Metsch, Ruth Metzger, Jeff and Teresa Meyer, Dale and Kay Meyer, Hugh and Debbie Meyer, Jesse and Sue Meyer, John and Marianne Michael, M.D. and Sara

Middleton, Joe and Betty Miles, Sherry Miller, Allen and D’Maris Miller, Bill and Dorothy Miller, Bill and Dorothy Miller, Dale and Sally Miller, Darwin and Brenda Miller, Dave and Hilda Miller, David and Jeanine Miller, Donald and Beth Miller, Jackie and Jeannine Miller, Jean and Calvin Miller, Mark and Lori Miller, Marsha Miller, William and Margaret Milligan, Larry and Ann Mills, Doris Miner, Gerald and Marliyn Mirante, Linda Mitchell, David and Betty Mitchell, William and Geogann MJcLaughlin, Robert and Gayle Mobley, Tom and Alice Moen, Grace Moen, Richard and Cheryl Moll, Daniel and Ruth Monroe, David and Merilee Montague, Greg and Laurie Montgomery, Brent and Lezli Moore, Donald and Wanda Moore, Hulette Moreland, Gerald and Ruth Moreland, Jacqueline Morgan, Sandra Morris, Elliot Morris, Ken Morrow, Bryan and Kimberly Moyer, Joe Mulpas, John and Beth Muncy, Rob and Becky Murray, Jim and Judy Murray, Ronald and Catherine Myers, Lewis and Dolores Nahas, Brian Nedza, Debbie Nelson, Darold and Shirley Nelson, Matt Nelson, Troy and Tammy Neyhart, Phillip and Phyllis Nicholas, Kathryn Nicholson, James and Marla Nicholson, Tom and Margret Nida, Robert and Linda Nielsen, Rod and Lisa Nielsen, Rodney and Corinne Nischan, Tim and Tammy Noble, Rey Clar and Marilou Norheim, Neil and Karen

Nyman, Richard and Darlene O’Nan, Adam and Kristi Oakes, Douglas Olmstead, Gary Orth, Jack Osborn, Robert and Ruth Osborne, Fred and Meda Ostick, Leslie Owens, Herb and Doris Pace, Talmage and Irene Packer, Jane Padilla, BryanDiane Page, Pauline Panko, Richard and Gert Pannell, Richard and Lynn Parker, Dorothea Patterson, Connie Patterson, David and Mary Payne, Charles and Janice Payne, Sue Pence, Dan and Sue Penner, Ervin Pereira, Ronald and Mary Ellen Perrey, Philip Peters, Georgiana Peterson, Bob and Iris Phelps, John Pieper, Ronald and Peggy Pierce, Richard and Judy Pierce, Ronald and Vesta Pierson, Larry and Ruth Ann Piggush, Fred and Evelyn Pittinger, Ruth Anne Pittman, Patricia and Ronn Plunkett, John and Faye Pogue, Doug and Shawn Poindexter, Bradley and Lynne Popejoy, Cindy Porter, John and Lynnette Porter, Roberta Poston, Tom and Barbara Potter, Robert G. and Sue Pressley, Johnny and Jeannette Priebe, Lawrence and Regina Proctor, Gene and Kathy Proctor, Matt and Katie Pruett, Phebus and Edna Pryor, Barbara Pullen, Alan and Diane Pyatt, Lucille Pyle, Allynne Quade, Ron and Carol Quakenbush, Richard and Alice Rainey, Rosemary Rake, Ben and Linda Ramey, David and JoAnn Ramirez, Humberto and Becky

Ray, David Raymond, Bill and Peggy Raymond, Ron and Ellen Raynor, Robert and JoAnn Rea, Herbert and Jody Ream, Bonnie Reed, David and Valerie Reed, James L. and Sharon Reese, Jack and Jeanene Reiprish, Janet Repella, William and Billie Revisky, Mark and Melissa Revisky, Steve Rhodes, Carl and Pat Rice, Julie Richards, Chuck Richardson, Chuck and Janice Richardson, Mary Jo Ann Richardson, Roger Richason, Linda Richason, Tom and Moni Richhart, Forrest and Connie Ridlen, Louise Ring, Wilbur Rinker, Marvin Ritchey, Vinton and Rachel Roberts, David and Donna Roberts, Rothstine and Adelle Robertson, Jeff and Jane Robinson, William and Lois Rodkey, Ron and Judith Roetter, Nelson and Barbara Rogers, Michael and Carrie Rohn, Tom and Patty Rosenberry, Lyle and Carolyn Rosenik, Phil and Judy Ross, Cecil and Pam Ross, George and Sue Linn Ross, James Ross, Jeffery and Lori Rote, LeRoy and Wendy Rowland, Darrel Rowles, Joanne Rubin, Betty Ruble, John Rudolph, William and Phyllis Rufenacht, Martha and William Rutter, Steven and Alice Saathoff, Janice and Roger Salamat, Dante and Merlita Salmon, Harold and Ruth Sanborn, Howard and Vicki Sand, David and Debbie Sanders, Phyllis Sanders, Robert and Ilene Sargent, Richard and Melinda Schartz, Robert and Nancy Schmidt, Joseph and Nancy Schoner, Gordon and Esther
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Schooler, Chris and Sandy Schoville, Keith and Merlyn Schroeder, Al and Arlyce Schultz, Craig and Carie Schultz, Ronald and Roxanna Scott, Bob and Phyl Scott, John and Sherri Scott, Karen and Charlie Scott, Kay Sears, Harold and Phyllis Seggelke, Linda Seibel, Tim Seitz, John and Gail Sells, Randy Serrano, Esperanza Shake, Warren and Susan Shaub, Barbara Shaub, Brian and Kristine Shaw, Haydn and Laurie Shearer, Carl and Grace Sheeley, John and Barbara Sherk, Don and Joan Shifflet, Drew and Lesly Shingle, Betty Shoup, Melvin and Rose Sichting, John and Norieta Siemens, Paul Sies, George and Florence Simonton, Terry and Sandra Simpson, Ronald and Jean Simpson, William and Zella Sims, Ralph and Donna Sloan, Kathy Sloniger, Robert and Juanita Smith, Brian and Jennifer Smith, Gary and Mary Lou Smith, Harold and Pheba Smith, Marjorie Smith, Wayne and Marjorie Snoddy, Paul M. and Barb Souder, Charles and Alice Sowers, Henry Spangler, Wayne and Ida Spani, Eugene and Zella Sparks, Lloyd and Velma Spence, Jennifer Spencer, Susan Spray, Ronald and Glenna Sproles, David and Neena Stafford, James and Susan Staggs, Thomas and Leslie Staley, Linda Stanley, Larry and Marguerite Starkey, Roger and Arlene Staton, Knofel and Julia Stauter, William and Geri Steckley, Willoughby Steele, Cathy Steele, Phil and Maggie

Stepp, Errol and Joyce Stewart, Nigel Stewart, Richard and Reenie Stier, Mark and Patricia Stivers, Ethan and Misty Stoker, Janna Stoker, Sandra Stokes, David and Marilyn Storms, Nancy and Roger Stowell, Don A. Strother, Jack and Celia Sturgeon, Howard and Jean Stutz, Walter and Lois Sulit, Mario Susong, Rodney Sutherland, Joe and Sue Sutman, Matt and Alisa Swearingen, Daryl and Joyce Swearingen, Jeff and Peg Sweitzer, Ladonna Tanjutco, Orlando and Florencia Tanner, Clark and Glennie Tanner, Eileen Tarun, Arpan Taylor, Ed and Paula Taylor, Gary and Cathy Taylor, George Taylor, Howard and Kathy Taylor, Virginia Teske, Richard and Connie Theobald, Doug and Polly Thomas, Jim and Sue Thomas, John and Patty Thomas, Sarah Thomason, Stephen and Linda Thompson, D. Theresa Thompson, Gayle Thompson, Ken and Careece Thompson, Rich and Kathy Thorne, B. J. and Sue Thornton, Steve and Sharon Thurman, David and Susan Tiearney, Thomas and Marilyn Tingley, Gordon and Cindy Tisdel, Wendy Todd, Cecil and Linda Todd, Don W. Toliver, Tammy Toney, Glenn and Donna Trager, Stanley and Lyndel Trinkle, Stephen and Dolores True, Roy and Sheila Twist, Robert and Donna Twist, Tony and Suzanne Tysinger, David and Sherry Ubaldo, Efigenia Uhis, Sam Upchurch, David and Cindy

Urschel, Mark and Nanette Vail, Joseph and Paula Valdivia, Le and Tracy Worsham Van Der Wege, John and Elnor Van Dyk, Michael and Marilyn Van Wormer, Richard and Faith Vance, Joyce E. Vandyke, Robert Vaughn, Steve and Sherrie Veach, Larry and Gina Veech, Guthrie and Barbara Vesely, Joyce Vest, William and Phyllis Vink, Paul Vonhoff, Robert and Nancy Vosdingh, Carole Wade, Robert W. Wager, Al and Linda Walker, Charles Walker, D. B. Wallace, Daniel Wallace, Jeff and Debbie Wallace, Robert and Cheri Walston, Rick and Dorothy Walters, Phyllis Walton, David and Lorie Ward, John and Mari Ward, Kevin and Patty Ward, Sandra Waters, Barbara Watkins, David and Sue Watkins, Jo Ann Wattjes, Henry and Shirley Wead, David and Marilyn Weber, Mark and Ellen Webster, Bruce and Donna Wehr, Allen and Kim Weinsheimer, Charles and Donna Welch, Brian and Beth Welch, Kyle Weller, Abigail Weller, Frank and Tracy Wellman, John and Virginia Wells, Dustin Werner, Andrew and Tawnya Wernimont, Ronald and Rosalie Westbrook, Kenneth and Mary Wetzel, Robert and Bonnie Whitacre, Mike and Peggy White, Beverly White, Kevin and Bonnie White, Virginia Wiggins, Martha Wigginton, Gene and Shirley Wiley, Colleen Wilhelm, Virginia

Wilkinson, Woody and Rose Willey, Calvin Williams, Jason Williams, Lionel and Phyllis Williams, Owen and Luella Williams, Richard Williams, Robert and Loreen Williamson, George Willis, Mark and Laura Wilson, Boyd and Mildred Wilson, Janyce Wilson, Richard and Nancy Wilson, Rolland and Joan Winegardner, David Wingfield, Charles and Ruth Wingfield, Steve and Beth Winter, Douglas and Cindy Wise, Jim Wise, Keith and Sharon Wissler, John and Sue Wolf, Nicholas and Brandi Wolfe, Al and Sharon Wolven, Judith Wood, Floyd and Barbara Wood, Jerra Woodard, Wayne and Monica Woodford, Jack and Teri Woods, David and Cynthia Woosley, Norman and Bobbie Work, Robert and Janet Worrell, Bill and Diane Wright, David and Elaine Wright, Norman Yakey, Phil and Marian Yates, Robert and Beverly Yeater, David and Julie Yeaton, Steve and Cindy Young, Charles and Liz Zachrich, Robert and Connie Zielsdorf, Richard Zink, Deborah Zinser, R.D. Zuellig, Nancy

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