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Join Me for Lunch or Dinner Monday at Austin Grad

Posted by Dr. Daniel Napier on April 20, 2017 at 9:30 AM

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If you are considering church planting as a vocation, then you're invited to visit with Charles Kiser about a new apprenticeship program in church planting. Charles is director of training for Mission Alive -- a premier, discipleship-based, church planting organization. 

He will make two presentations followed by Q&A on Monday, April 24th at noon and 6:45pm, respectively. A meal will be provided each time.

You must RSVP before Sunday to enjoy the meal. To do that, submit a comment below to tell me you'll be joining us. We want to have enough food for each individual who wishes to come.

Mission Alive is doing good things and we want to encourage our students and the community to consider the work. Here's your invitation from Charles:

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Click here to read more about the Mission Alive program.

Remember to RSVP by submitting a comment below.

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Austin Graduate School of Theology is an Austin seminary offering B.A. and M.A. ministry degrees, and Austin Grad is accredited by the same agency that accredits Abilene Christian University, Baylor University, Southern Methodist University, Texas A&M University, Texas State University, The University of Texas, and others.  Austin Grad -- one of the top Christian colleges in Texas and among the top seminaries in Texas -- is affiliated with the Church of Christ and is in conversation with all who confess Jesus as Lord. Austin Grad promotes faith seeking understanding and is committed to providing a high quality education for those who desire to be equipped to expand the Kingdom of God.

Topics: About Austin Grad, Ministry Opportunities

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