SBTC Bible Conference begins in Fort Worth and ends in Arlington

If you show up in Arlington on Nov. 11 expecting to find the SBTC Bible Conference, you’ll need a ride to Fort Worth to find the crowd.

Formerly known as the SBTC Pastors’ Conference, the SBTC Bible Conference will hold its opening session Sunday (Nov. 11) at the First Baptist Church of Fort Worth before moving the next day to the Arlington Convention Center, site of the SBTC annual meeting, which follows the conference.

“The logistics this year are such that First Baptist Church of Fort Worth graciously offered its worship center for the Sunday night session of the Bible Conference. However, the next day (Monday, Nov. 12), we’ll look forward to continuing the Bible Conference at the Arlington Convention Center leading right up to the annual meeting,” said Troy Brooks, SBTC director of minister-church relations.

The theme for the 2007 SBTC Bible Conference is “Give Me This Mountain,” taken from Joshua 14:12.

Among the scheduled speakers are Fred Lowery, pastor of First Baptist Church of Bossier City, La.; Greg Matte, pastor of First Baptist Church of Houston; and Earnest Easley, pastor of Roswell Street Baptist Church in Marietta, Ga.

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