DISCIPLING THE POOR OUT OF POVERTY
741 Cleveland St, Greenville, SC 2960
“Poverty afflicts many people in America. Government assistance has often helped only to sustain people in their poverty, doing little to help them break free from it. Charity helps for a day. Pity does nothing. Mercy, however, inspires, helping while empowering. Having been born and raised in the projects of Newark, New Jersey, Nabors understands poverty and how best to help the poor learn how to help themselves.” – Merciful
|8:30||Arrival and Registration|
|9:00||Seminar 1 Begins – Randy Nabors|
|10:00||Seminar 2 Begins – Will Broadus|
|11:00||Seminar 3 Begins – Randy Nabors|
Randy Nabors is pastor emeritus of New City Fellowship in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Urban and Mercy Ministries Coordinator for Mission to North America for the Presbyterian Church in America. A graduate of Covenant College and Covenant Theological Seminary, he has more than 40 years of experience in ministry to people in need. A retired chaplain with thirty-two years of service in the U.S.. Army Reserve, Nabors lives with his wife, Joan, and has four grown children.
Jesus saved Will when he was 14 years old. He grew up in Greenville, SC and graduated from North Greenville University with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. He has been preaching and teaching the Bible for over 10 years. After serving in East Asia as missionaries, Will and his wife, Becca, moved back to America to plant Reconcile Community Church.