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New York Missional Lab New York City October 7-10, 2010 BCNetCures Presents
This mission lab is designed to equip and mobilize urban college students who feel a call and burden to minister and intentionally reach under reached ethnic and international students on their campus . Students should hold leadership roles in their BCMs or be emerging leaders within their campus ministry. This will provide servant outreach opportunities and leadership training. The service project will take place @ NYU, Columbia University or another emerging campus in the New York city area. The training will take place @ Graffiti Church in the lower east side in Manhattan. Missional Lab Purpose
Program Fee: FREE Place: NYU and Graffiti ChurchRegister: Online Application DetailsDownload application at www.bcmlife.net For questions: Jonathan Santiago jsantiago @bcnysbc.org Program Information
BCNet CoversCampus Dir. Covers 3 Night of lodging (David Dean Mission House, Brooklyn, NY) Complimentary Breakfast every morning Lunch on Friday and Saturday MTA Subway Pass (7 day pass/$27 ea.) Training Speakers Mission Immersions The Missional Lab is limited to 5 student leaders in attendance per campus Students Travel (to and from airport) Meals on Thursday and Sunday Any meals outside event
Thursday, October 7, 2010 Travel Day Because of the different travel schedules, attendees are welcome to make this their travel day with no pressure.
Friday Morning, October 8, 2010 Breakfast Registration Worship Session 1 Break Session 2 Session 1 Speaker: Dr. Taylor Field Topic: Mercy Streets: Inner City Ministries Session 2 Speaker: Stanley Williams Topic: Understanding the Challenges in A Urban City Context
Friday Afternoon, October 8, 2010 Lunch Worship Session 3 Break Session 4 Dinner @ local church
Speaker:JoAnnScaife Topic: Project Restoration 101: Christ on Campus”
Speaker: Daniel Lee Topic: Disciple Making in a Postmodern Society.
Saturday, October 9, 2010 Visit with NYC Campus Ministries City Immersions (Missions/Campus Ministry Projects, TBA) Dinner @ local church Students go into NYC after dinner
Sunday, October 10, 2010 Worship @ local Church (TBA) Because of the different travel schedules, we want to give the attendees the option to worship at a local church but are welcome to make this their travel day with no pressure.
Sessions and Guest Speakers
Training Sessions Friday, October 8 “Mercy Streets: Inner City Ministry” – Dr. Taylor Field “Understanding the Challenges in An Urban Context” – Stanley Williams “Project Restoration 101: Christ on Campus” – JoAnnScaife “Jesus in the City”– Daniel Lee Saturday, October 9 Mission Immersion into the City Sunday, October 10 NYC Sunday Morning Worship Opportunities will be available for those leaving the city Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Taylor Field, New York, NY Dr Taylor Field, New York Taylor Field has worked since 1986 in the inner city of New York where he is pastor of East Seventh Baptist Church and it’s service arm Graffiti Community Ministries. He holds a M.Div. from Princeton and Ph.D. from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. Among his previous books is Mercy Streets. Mercy Streets won Outreach magazine’s Best Outreach Resource of 2003 award in the Testimony/Biography category.
Field and his family live in New York, New York.
Stanley Williams, Philadelphia, PA Stanley Williams Stan Williams, NAMB missionary and Regional Collegiate Ministry Coordinator for the Penn/S. Jersey Convention, has responsibility coordinating the collegiate ministry in Philadelphia. He also serves as campus minister at the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University and Rutgers University - Camden. The opportunities are tremendous on each campus but each has its own set of challenges as well. Stan's goal is "1) indigenous missional leadership development and deployment; and, 2) preparation of non-indigenous missionaries for greater effectiveness in urban ministry and urban student ministry." He believes it is very important to develop local leaders to assume responsibility and leadership for reaching the city for Christ.
JoAnnScaife, Nashville, TN JoAnn Scaife, Nashville, TN Director/Collegiate Ministerial Specialist For TN Baptist Convention Founder of Living Single In Faith Ministries JoAnn is a board member of various organizations: West African Christian Ministries, Project Coordinator for West African Girls Skill Center in Burkina Faso, Gospel Music Association Urban Task Force, Coordinator, GMA Industry Track Committee member, Urban Spokesperson for Wycliffe Bible Translators, Spokesperson for State and National TN Minority Health Campaign for "Health is in Your Hands", Who’s Who Women of America 2000-2001, Urban League of Middle Tennessee.
JoAnn earned a Bachelor’s of Arts degree from the Belmont University in 1994. Miss Scaife is a recipient of the Belmont Universities Outstanding Christian Award– an award given to the person with outstanding Christian values exemplified through educational experience and everyday life. In 1994, she became a history-maker being the first African American and African American female to graduate from the School of Religion at the esteemed Belmont University in Nashville, TN with a B.A. in Liberal Arts and Minor in Psychology and Music. Now attending Southern Theological Seminary for masters/doctoral studies. JoAnn Scaife’s platform and categories of speaking are singles, abstinence, women, healing, church, career, business corporate, college, youth, missions, music and media. Besides putting a megaphone to the hearts of Christian through arts and multi-media, JoAnn’s goals for the future is to strongly proclaim the message of the Gospel through creating, teaching, and preaching the message of Christ through the gifts and talents that she’s been granted.
Daniel Lee, New York, NY Daniel Lee, New York Pastor Daniel's story with Compass Fellowship Church began in 1983 when he entered Berkeley eager to experience college life for all its worth. Fortunately for him (and us), as a freshman, he began attending Berkland Baptist Church in Berkeley where soon thereafter he met and committed his life to Jesus. As a student and as a working adult, Pastor Daniel served in the BBC Church's in Berkeley and LA., and in 1998, Pastor Daniel, his wife, Mona, and their two children, Nicholas and Rebekah, answered God's call and came to New York to lead the body of Christ at Compass Fellowship Church.
A lawyer by trade, Pastor Daniel used to enter the courtroom with the desire to crush every fallacious argument. But now, he enters every encounter armed with a Master of Divinity from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, a Master of Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary, a history of personal and shared experiences of what it means to live out a responsible, powerful and concrete Christian life in the context of the body of Christ.....plus the desire to crush every fallacious argument. Motivated to help others meet the Jesus who changed his life, Pastor Daniel is a man on a mission.
Our Partners BCNY Campus Ministry www.bcnycollege.org NYU – www.nyu.edu.com Columbia University – www.columbia.edu St John’s University – www.stjohns.edu Baptist Collegiate Network www.bcmlife.net North American Mission Board www.namb.net Baptist Convention of New York www.bcnysbc.org Metro New York Baptist Association www.mnyba.org Graffiti Church (East 7th Baptist Church) www.graffitichurch.org