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College credit transfer agreement between the National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA, Evangelical Training Association, Faith International University, and Huntsville Bible College has been signed!
Signed
Filled with an audience of individuals representing national officers, regional vice presidents, state presidents, moderators, auxiliaries, delegates, laity, and friends, an Articulation/Transfer Agreement between the National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA, Evangelical Training Association (Calumet, IL), Faith International University (Tacoma, WA), and Huntsville Bible College (Huntsville, AL) was signed on Mondaynight, February 20, 2017, at St. Bartley Primitive Baptist Church, Huntsville, AL, during the Annual Board of Directors Worship Service.
This agreement allows members of the National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA who apply, are accepted in the Training Academy, and complete the Training Academy program to earn and transfer approved ETA certificate level credits toward the Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Arts, and/or the Master Degree Program in Evangelical Studies at Faith International University and Huntsville Bible College.  Currently, five faculty members from our convention with advanced degrees have been vetted to teach the approved courses at the Training Academy.
Dates and locations for the Training Academy Program are forthcoming.
ABOUT THE NATIONAL PRIMITIVE BAPTIST CONVENTION, USA
Inspired by a desire for unity and Christian fellowship among Primitive Baptists in the United States of America, the National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA (representing Primitive Baptist churches of African heritage in 18 states) was organized on July 17, 1907 at St. Bartley Primitive Baptist Church, Huntsville, AL, as the Colored Primitive Baptists of America by Dr. Clarence Frances Sams of Key West, Florida and Elder George S. Crawford of DeLand, FL.  Dr. Sams and Elder Crawford enlisted the support and cooperation of leading pastors and moderators of Florida, Alabama, and North Carolina.
Today, the largest concentration of Primitive Baptists who are members of the National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA, is located in the State of Florida, followed by the states of Alabama, Tennessee, Texas, and North Carolina/Virginia.
The public is invited to attend.
Media Contact:
Jackie Brown
Reporter, National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA

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Inspired by a desire for unity and Christian fellowship among Primitive Baptists in the United States of America, this national organization was organized in 1907 as the Colored Primitive Baptists of America (now known as the National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA). Representing churches in 18 states, its mission is to promote unity among its people; foster the cause of education, evangelism, and mission; and participate in worship experiences.