Biennial Conference 2016

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The 33rd Biennial Conference seeks to provide fellowship for member Baptist churches, encourage and promote evangelism and to assist in the establishing and organizing of indigenous Baptist Churches and advance Baptist missionary enterprises throughout the world.

Conference Venue
STI-West Negros University, Bacolod City

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Conference Speakers
Robert Reynolds “Bob” Jones III is the chancellor of Bob Jones University. The son of Bob Jones, Jr., and the grandson of Bob Jones, Sr., the university’s founder, Jones served as president of BJU from 1971 to 200 Jones was born in Cleveland, Tennessee, the son of Fannie May (Holmes) and Bob Jones, Jr. Jones moved with his family to Greenville, South Carolina, in 1947 when Bob Jones College built a new campus and became Bob Jones University.
   Because his father was a connoisseur of the arts, Jones III early visited Europe and the Levant on his father’s summer tours. As a teenager he was given minor roles in campus Shakespeare performances and a major role in the film version of his father’s novel Wine of Morning. Likewise, as the son and grandson of well-known fundamentalists, Jones III met many politicians and notable preachers in his youth.
   Jones completed his bachelor of arts (1959) and master of arts (1961) in speech from Bob Jones University and took additional courses in speech and drama at Northwestern University and New York University. He also received honorary degrees from two small Bible schools and a seminary.

Dr. George Rundle
Bachelor of Religious Education, Tennessee Temple University; D.D., Trinity Baptist College; Candidate for M.A. in Counseling, Trinity Theological Seminary.

Conference Goals 
Vision: AFBCP will be recognized locally, regionally and nationally as the premier organization fundamental, Bible-believing and discipled Baptist churches serving at least 1,000,000 members in 3,000 local congregation unified in faith and doctrine which are equipped, empowered and growing, each accountable for the defence of the faith and furtherance of the Gospel.

Mission: To achieve the above vision, we shall vigorously endeavour to the following:
   1. Promise the association among the local churches in its direction, goals, objectives, programs and activities
   2. Pursue numerical and spiritual growth of the churches by providing leadership training, seminar for the past workers and church leaders.

   3. Provide associational ministries available to the local churches and affiliates such as: Bible school, hospital, trainings, organizations, etc.

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About Bacolod City
   Bacolod is a highly urbanized city in Negros Province in the Philippines.  It is the next most populous city in the Visayas after Metro Cebu.  It is known as the City of Smiles because of its MassKara Festival, a Mardi Gras-like festival held every October.
   Bacólod (English: Bacolod), is derived from bakólod (Old Spelling: bacólod), the Old Hiligaynon or Old Ilonggo (Old Spelling: Ylongo and Ilongo) word for a "hill, mound, rise, hillock, down, any small eminence or elevation", since the resettlement was founded on a stony, hilly area, now the barangay of Granada. It was officially called Ciudad de Bacólod (City of Bacolod) when Municipalidad de Bacólod (Municipality of Bacolod) was converted into a city in 1938.
   Bacolod is known as the Land of Sweet People, and for its culinary heritage, including its inasal (a kind of roast chicken on skewers) and sweet dessert treats and is
famous for its Piaya, Biscocho, squid flakes, Guapple pie and its Pina-Sugbo.

Getting There

   -There are daily flights from Manila to Bacolod City. There are also flights from Cebu.
   -From Cebu, Bacolod is approximately seven hours away or 45 minutes via San Carlos-Toledo/Tabuelan (Cebu).
   -Bacolod is accessible by boat from Manila (18 hours) and 45 minutes from Iloilo City by fast craft.

Here are web links with Bacolod Hotels and their corresponding rates (.pdf)

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Registration Committee +639109094153 (Kevin)

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