Gospel without Borders, Smoke Rise Baptist Church, October 11

 

Smoke Rise Baptist Church, Stone Mountain, GA
October 11, 2011
10:00-12:00


Welcome and Invocation Colin Harris, professor of religious studies, Mercer University and member of Smoke Rise Baptist Church

CBF GA Introduction Mimi Walker, co-pastor, Druid Hills Baptist Church, 5 minutes and moderator, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia

Documentary Introduction Robert Parham, moderator

Screening Short Version, 31 minutes

Panel Discussion Robert Parham, moderator
Each panelist has 10 minutes to respond to film
 
Luis Zarama, auxiliary bishop, Roman Catholic Diocese of Atlanta

Timothy McDonald, pastor, First Iconium Baptist Church, Atlanta

Mimi Walker, co-pastor, Druid Hills Baptist Church, Atlanta

Lesley Ediger, program manager, Refugee Resettlement and Immigration Service of Atlanta

Audience  Questions & Answers with Panelists

Benediction Sara Powell, director, board of directors, Baptist Center for Ethics

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