Locals attend Apex’s Fall Intensive

Locals attend Apex’s Fall Intensive
September 12
00:00 2014
(pictured above: Fall Intensive students pose with Apex leaders and special guests. )

Durham-based Apex School of Theology held its Fall Intensive from Aug. 25 – Aug. 29 under the theme “From Passion to Purpose: The Excellence of Ministry in the Midst of Need-On Telling Your Story.”

Over the four days, students from all over the United States came together to examine, reflect, gain insight and draw closer to God as they focused on service and impacting others. The Intensive was led by Apex President Dr. Joseph E. Perkins, Vice President Dr. Herbert R. Davis and Doctoral Dean Dr. Lafayette Maxwell.

This year, students had the great fortune of receiving lectures and sermons from some of today’s greatest religious leaders. They included Rev. Dr. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr., pastor emeritus of Chicago’s Trinity United Church of Christ; Dr. Reginald Lee High of Beavers Chapel Christian Church in Zebulon; Rev. Dr. Robert Charles Scott of Central Baptist Church in St. Louis; and Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Grimes of Peter’s Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in Wallace.

Among the students were six Doctor of Ministry candidates who minister in the Winston-Salem – Elder Solomon Green, who serves under the leadership of Elder Godwin Mitchell at Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist Church; Minister Stacey Kelley, Rev. Edna West, Raphael E. Hughes and Jannifer Conrad, who all serve under the leadership of Dr. Sir Walter Mack Jr. at Union Baptist Church; and Elder Kendra Davis, who serves under the leadership of Bishop Sheldon McCarter at Greater Cleveland Avenue Christian Church.
The Intensive left all the students empowered and eager to serve the community in the way that God would have them.

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