BCF lists chapel speakers, celebrates master’s degree approval
Feb 3, 2014
By STAFF

CHAPEL Robin Jumper preaches during chapel at BCF. BCF photo
GRACEVILLE (BCF)—Baptist College of Florida in Graceville recently released the list of chapel speakers for the Spring 2014 semester. The list includes Florida pastors, authors, Florida Baptist Convention staff members, and BCF professors.

Speakers will preach on the following dates: Feb. 10-12, John Holloway, Partnership Missions Team Strategist, Florida Baptist Convention; Feb. 17-19, Wayne Briant, pastor Southside Baptist, Sarasota; Feb. 24-26, Tyler Campbell, pastor, First Baptist, Perry; March 3-5, Nik Ripken, author of “The Insanity of God” and “The Insanity of Obedience;” March 10-12, Tommy Green, pastor, First Baptist, Brandon; March 17-19, Arthur Hallett, director of prison ministries of Evangelism Explosion International; March 31, R.C. Hammack, senior vice president, BCF.

April 1, R.C. Richards, dean of students, BCF; April 2, Shawn Buice, professor of New Testament and Greek, BCF; April 7-9, Alex Kinchen, Elkhorn Baptist Association, Lexington, Ky.; April 14-16, BCF Music and Worship Division Easter Celebration; April 21-23, Craig Conner, pastor, First Baptist, Panama City; April 28-30, Rich Kind, pastor, Immanuel Baptist, Tallahassee.

Students will preach on May 6, and BCF seniors will be honored May 7.

Chapel services, open to the public, are held Monday-Wednesday at 10 a.m.

In other BCF news, college’s the Masters of Arts in Music and Worship Leadership has received approval from the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM). BCF has been a member of NASM since 1997, and the undergraduate program already has the accrediting agency’s approval.

According to Bill Davis, chair of the BCF Music and Worship Division, the NASM approval “places BCF as one of very few institutions in the country with an NASM approved master’s degree in music and worship leadership that is delivered within a hybrid environment (combination of classroom and distance learning.)”

“Throughout the history of The Baptist College of Florida, our Music and Worship program has filled a vital role,” BCF President Thomas A. Kinchen said. “Our alumni have served and continue to serve with distinction.  The Master of Arts in Music and Worship Leadership affords us the opportunity to build on this strong foundation and prepare the individuals who will lead our churches and schools in the worship of our Lord.  I am absolutely delighted that we can provide a program that is excellent in content and relevant in application.” 

For more information on the programs available through the Music and Worship Division at BCF, call 800-328-2660 ext. 460, or go to www.baptistcollege.edu.

 

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