2018 National Urban Ministry Conference

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Restoring SELF

Restoring MINISTRY

Restoring COMMUNITY

 
 

Restoration in the Heart of Texas

February 22, 23, 24, 2018

The 2018 National Urban Ministry Conference will be held in Abilene, TX at the Highland Church of Christ.

2018 NUMC Conference Chair Joyce Dalzell or 325-829-7507

 

Highland Church of Christ

425 Highland Ave.

Abilene, TX  79602

Contact:  Becky Almanza

Highland Church of Christ will host the 2018 NUMC.  Our theme plays off its vision: A Restoration Movement.  Highland's goals are to Restore Highland, Restore Abilene, and Restore the World.

Dr. Jerry Taylor

New Testament Professor

Abilene Christian University

 

Keynote Speaker

Focusing on contemplative prayer, spiritual formation, relationships, and your own Sabbath of rest and rejuvenation.

Featured Speaker

 

Jackie Halstead

Urban Ministers discussing a community food coop that provides food for people living in the city.  One of the most important parts of the National Urban Ministry Conference is conversations with each other.

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Amy Otto

Urban Outreach Minister

Brooks Ave. Church of Christ

NUMA Board Member

Amy Otto is an Urban Outreach Minister, working for the Brooks Avenue Church of Christ, serving those marginalized in Raleigh, North Carolina.  She is also the Director of Transitional Programs for Interfaith Prison Ministry for Women, coordinating the organization's efforts to serve women of the North Carolina Correction Institute for Women.

Alfred Donald

Minister

Lakewood Church of Christ

NUMA Board Member

In 1992 Alfred was hired to work with Atlanta Inner City Ministry.  He and his wife, Sharalyn, served as foster parents with Georgia Agape for several years.  In addition to his responsibilities with Atlanta Inner City Ministry (AIM), he has served as the minister of the Lakewood Church of Christ since it’s beginning in 1993.  His greatest passions in ministry are sharing the gospel one on one and working with youth.

Ken Kilpatrick

Minister

Beverly Harbin

Ministry Leader

Bobby Green, Jr.

Minister

Compassion 21

NUMA Board Member

Ken Kilpatrick is a graduate of Faulkner University, Freed - Hardeman University and Amridge University.  Over a 16 year period, he has served as the pulpit minister for our Lord’s Church in Alabama, Illinois and Florida. In the summer of 1994, he was instrumental in helping begin Montgomery Inner City Ministry. In July of 1996, he became the Executive Director of Montgomery Inner City Ministry now known as Compassion 21.  In April of 1996, he was instrumental in helping plant the Inner City Church of Christ.

Raleigh Community Church of Christ

NUMA Board Member

Beverly Harbin is currently Special events coordinator for Raleigh Community Church of Christ.  Jim and I have been married for 41 years and have four children.  I became involved in ministry in 1980 initially as a Youth director and through the years I have served in prison, children, senior, singles, ladies and marriage ministries.  All preparing me for my greatest challenge planting the Raleigh Community Church of Christ in 1997.  My greatest passion and the work the father has placed with in my hands is to encourage and strengthen marriages and to encourage the youth of our movement.  Jim and I have led an annual marriage retreat for 16 years and have seen God’s power in saving marriages.

Charleston Metro Church of Christ

NUMA  Board Member

The Charleston Metro church of Christ is led by its Preacher, Bobby L. Green, Jr. Together, we work towards the vision of the church to create a community of Christians where we keep the main thing; to love God, to love people, and to love ourselves.

4748 New Allen Road

+1 (901) 877-8568

jim.harbin@nationalurbanministryassociation.org