Have you ever wondered what to say to a friend who is hurting or struggling in life? Our Biblical Training Conference will be back for a third and final year this Fall. Learn how to disciple others through the life-changing power of God’s Word and point others to hope in Jesus Christ. Early bird registration is available through August 14.
Biblical Training Conference is back for 2020!
September 11-12, October 9-10 & November 6-7
This three weekend training by Faith Biblical Counseling Ministries and hosted here at HPBC, equips believers to help others to have victory over difficult or challenging life situations. The heartbeat of FBCM is the ongoing training of people just like you – people who desire to point hurting people to the Lord Jesus through the revelation found in His Word. Teaching is provided by Faith Ministries.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Biblical Training Conference?
Discipleship is growing in Christ and his word. This conference includes three weekends of instruction to help develop knowledge and skills in applying Scripture to one’s life. Christians are called to speak the truth in love to our neighbors and help them grow in grace. The goal of this teaching and the gospel conversations is to help everyone mature in Christ and apply it to their lives by loving others.
Who is this conference for?
The conference is designed to help counsel and equip disciples of Christ to grow in their faith and help others do the same. The conference will cover a wide range of relevant issues dealing with various topics in the Christian life. Whether you are a believer desiring to grow, a pastor, missionary or counselor, this conference is for you.
Why is the Biblical Training Conference important?
In our spiritual life there can be a gap between our aspirations and reality. Sometimes we face problems or situations where we long for counsel and guidance to understand the best way forward for ourselves or in helping others. This conference offers high-level godly counsel from the word to equip you to solve problems, live renewed lives, and help counsel others. In short, it will help you love like Christ and lead like him.