|James Emery White|
HOUSTON (BP)--What does it take to experience breakthrough in Christian ministry in the 21st century? The answers came in varied forms and for varied styles of churches during a "Church on the Cutting Edge: A 21st Century Legacy" conference at Second Baptist Church in Houston Sept. 30-Oct. 2.
|Ed Young Jr.|
The event -- sponsored jointly by the North American Mission Board and Second Baptist -- drew more than 3,000 participants for general sessions and small-group workshops led by more than 100 speakers and presenters.
In a first for such a conference, many sessions also are being opened up to those who were not able to attend in person through streaming video on the Internet. The broadcast is available through a link from www.namb.net.
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