National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA Brand New Mobile Academic Training Academy Kicks Off on August 17-19, 2017 at Sheraton Greensboro Four Seasons Hotel, Greensboro, NC

To:   Regional Vice Presidents, State Presidents, Moderators, District Church School Presidents, Church School Superintendents, Teachers, Delegates, and Members:
Be among the first members of the National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA to enroll in our brand new Mobile Academic Training Academy offered through the National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA Church School and BTU Congress, beginning August 17-19, 2017 at Sheraton Greensboro Four Seasons Hotel, 3121 West Gate City Blvd., Greensboro, NC.  Two courses (You and Your Bible and Understanding People) will be offered and the cost is $250.  (The $250 is inclusive of the registration cost for both courses, continental breakfast, lunch, and snacks for 2 1/2 days.)  Elder Cornelius Hill and Dr. Jeffrey T. Rainey are the assigned faculty instructors.  (The Academy will begin on Thursday afternoon, August 17, two o’clock, and conclude on Saturday, August 19, at 5 p.m.)
Upon successfully completing the 12-18 month Training Academy (inclusive of 10 ETA Courses of Study, Life Experience, and a Collaborative Research Project), program participants can earn up to 30-credit hours toward an Associate of Arts, Bachelor of Arts, and/or Master Degree at Faith International University, Tacoma, WA or Huntsville Bible College, Huntsville, AL in Evangelical Studies.  (If you have academic questions, feel free to contact Dr. Gloria Bonner, the Academic Consultant, at (615) 584-2649.)
An application link is below and you are encouraged to complete the application and pay the appropriate registration fees online.  The deadline for registration is Friday, July 21, 2017.  (A Training Academy PowerPoint Presentation is available for your preview.)
NOTE:  Each participant is responsible for their own hotel accommodations and incidentals.
Take advantage of this great opportunity and register today!!!
For additional information, feel free to contact Deacon Harold Batts @ (256) 508-1353 or

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