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    What BACE Members Are Saying

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    Every Christian educator should have opportunity to partner with others with the same calling. BACE provides that opportunity through the annual meeting each Spring and through the website.

    No man is an island. BACE serves as an excellent means for networking, encouragement and ministry development. Networking will be needed more in the future than ever before. Thank you, BACE!

    BACE has always played a strategic role in all of the various ministries that made my life His.

    Over the past 35 years, BACE has provided me numerous opportunities for spiritual growth, professional development, fellowship, relationship building, and ministry support.

    It is always good to get away from the routine of my regular schedule and responsibilities to clear my mind and listen to others about how they handle challenges and victories in the field of Christian Education in the local church setting.

    BACE is a great value to my ministry. The speakers and programs have always provided helpful insight and the relationships I have developed have provided encouragement and friendship through the years.

    BACE, the national professional organization for men and women in the field of Christian Education, has been an incredible source of information, inspiration, and fellowship for my ministry in the local church.

    I look forward each year to experiencing a time of “iron sharpening iron”.

    I always come back to campus with new resources, suggestions, and ideas to make our courses and graduate ministry degrees stronger and better at Dallas Baptist University.

    JUST IMAGINE

    • A place where you are able to provide ministry ideas and encouragement to other church educators who are walking in your same shoes.
    • A place where you are able to find and connect with church educators in your area.
    • A place where you discover and share information about the latest church education and discipleship ministry trends, resources, and ideas.
    • A place where you join with fellow Christian educators from the local church and the academic world to help each other with advice, ideas, and wisdom.
    • A place where you receive discounts on events and other resources.

    This is BACE! You don’t have to imagine; you can make this a reality!

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    We have several BACE Member options available to choose from. You can review our BACE Member Benefits & Pricing here. If you're interested in becoming a BACE Partner You can review our BACE Partner Benefits & Pricing here.

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