ACSI Professional Development Forum 2016—Bahamas

August 22, 2016–August 23, 2016
Evangelistic Temple, 4th Terrace, Collins Ave, Nassau BAHAMAS


As Iron Sharpens Iron            (Register Your CEUs Now!)

"As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another." Proverbs 27:17

The Florida ACSI Professional Development Forums are the place where Christian educators can grow professionally, collaborate with other great teachers, and be sharpened in their personal spiritual growth as well as their teaching profession. 

Schedule:

August 22, 2016

8:00–8:30  Registration

8:30–8:45  Praise & Worship—Kingsway Worship Team

8:45–9:45  General Session I—David K. Holtzhouse, ACSI Florida Region Director

9:45–10:15  Refreshment Break

10:15–11:30  Breakout Session I

11:30–1:00  Lunch

1:00–2:15  Breakout Session II

2:15–2:30  Praise & Worship—Kingsway Worship Team

2:30–3:20  General Session II—David Ray, ACSI Assistant VP

August 23, 2016

8:00–8:15  Arrival/Mingle

8:15–8:30   Praise & Worship—Kingsway Worship Team

8:30–9:45  Breakout Session III

9:45–11:00  Breakout Session IV

11:00–11:45  Closing Challenge—David K. Holtzhouse, ACSI Florida Region Director





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