Replacement Theology Series
The fall conference of the Wisconsin Association of Regular Baptist Churches, Oct. 21 and 22, will feature Dr. Roy Beacham of Central Seminary, Plymouth, Minn., speaking on replacement theology. Topics will include the origin of, problem with, and flaw in replacement theology in the sessions hosted by Grace Baptist Church, Plover, Wis. Child Evangelism Fellowship will provide a children’s program. For more information, see the conference flyer or contact Grace Baptist Church at info@gracebaptistplover.org, 715.341.4445.

Substance Abuse Counseling Training
Almond Tree Ministry, a ministry of Bible Baptist Church, Kokomo, Ind., equips men and women to help those trapped in the grip of alcohol and drug abuse. Almond Tree is providing training during a two-day course, Oct. 21 and 22, to be held at Bible Baptist Church. Chaplains, pastors, and laypeople are invited to participate. See Almond Tree Training.

Two Gospel-Focused Conferences

  • Gospel Driven Life—Mid-Continent Association of Regular Baptist Churches meeting, Oct. 4 and 5, at Calvary Baptist Church, Adrian, Mo., will feature Dr. David Doran of Detroit Baptist Bible Seminary. For more information, see conference brochure, or contact host church pastor Tom Rosekopf, 816.297.2187.
  • Don’t Forget the Gospel—Ohio Association of Regular Baptist Churches meeting, Oct. 17–19, at Washington Heights Baptist Church, Dayton, Ohio. Sessions will feature Ohio pastors Noel Hack, George Hattenfield, Tim Kenoyer, David Kisner, Craig Miller, and Timothy Wright, and OARBC State Representative David Warren. See conference brochure.

National Association of Nouthetic Counselors Conference, Oct. 3–5, Walnut Creek, Calif., will offer three pre-conference sessions, six main sessions, and 60 workshop sessions to help attendees use God’s Word to bring healing to hurting people. For more information, see NANC Annual Conference.