The First Annual A2CP2 National Leadership Network Conference

Saturday, April 9, 2016, 9AM-4PM

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Fort Worth, Texas

Register by April 5, 2016

First Come First Serve for 250



9:00AM Registration & Fellowship
9:30AM Praise led by Daniel Salls, Birchman Baptist Church
9:45AM Welcome by Andrew Morris, Director of International Student Office, SWBTS
Opening Prayer by Asian Student Fellowship President Greetings & Introduction of Speakers by Dr. Paul Kim
10:00AM "The Judgement Seat of Christ" by Dr. Paige Patterson
11:00AM Personal Testimony & SBC Life by Dr. Paul Kim
12:00PM Lunch provided by Lifeway Global
1:00PM "The Spiritual Warfare" by Chaplain Doug Carver
2:00PM "Chaplaincy & Mobilization" by Chaplain Doug Carver
3:00PM "Biblical Church Planting for Growth" by Daniel Im of LifeWay
4:00PM Closing Remarks & Prayer by Dr. Paul Kim


Douglas L. Carver

Chaplain (MG) U.S. Army, Retired
Executive Director of Chaplaincy, North American Mission Board

Chaplain (Major General) Douglas Carver is a retired American Army officer who served as the 22nd Chief of Chaplains of the United States Army. He was appointed to this assignment on July 12, 2007 and was the first Southern Baptist chaplain to be promoted to the position of Chief of Chaplains in more than 50 years.

Carver holds theology degrees from the University of Tennessee and the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He was originally commissioned in the field artillery and served with the 4th Infantry Division as a company grade officer in various artillery positions. He left active duty, but served with the Army Reserve for five additional years.

Upon returning to active duty in 1984, he attended the Chaplain Corps officer basic course and began his career in the chaplaincy. Before serving as Deputy Chief of Chaplains in September 2005, he was director of training at the Chaplain Center and School at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He was also a senior chaplain for V Corps and Combined Joint Task Force 7 in Germany and Iraq from 2002 through 2004. In his current position as Director of Chaplaincy with the North American Mission Board (the endorsing agent for the Southern Baptist Convention), he is responsible for overseeing 2,700 chaplains around the world.

Daniel Im

Director of Church Multiplication, and LifeWay Christian Resources

Daniel Im is the Director of Church Multiplication for and LifeWay Christian Resources. He is passionate about the local church, and loves to be a part of creating the systems, strategies, tools and resources to help new churches get planted, campuses get started, and multiplication to happen. Before coming to LifeWay, he served and pastored in church plants and multisite churches ranging from 100 people to 50,000 people in Vancouver, Ottawa, Montreal, Korea, and Edmonton. With his experience in both church planting and multisite, he will be able to provide you with insight to help you take that next step. Daniel's also a Gallup Strengths Performance Coach and loves to help people discover their strengths to help them move further faster.

Paul Kim

Asian American Relations Consultant, Executive Committee, Southern Baptist Convention

Dr. Paul Kim and his wife, Rebekah, founded Berkland Baptist Church in 1981. Since then they have dedicated their lives to building churches and raising leaders by sharing the transforming love of Christ. Pastor Paul is an active leader in the Southern Baptist Convention, having served as a trustee of the International Mission Board and president of the New England Baptist Convention. He did his undergraduate studies at the University of Hawaii and earned his M.Div. and M.R.E from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and his D.Min. from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary. He is currently serving as Asian American Relations Consultant for the Executive Committee of the Southern Baptist Convention. Pastor Paul continues to serve as Pastor Emeritus at Antioch.

Paige Patterson

President, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

As the eighth president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Paige Patterson has four decades of experience in educating pastors and missionaries. After almost 18 years as president of The Criswell College in Dallas, he served for 11 years as president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina, before his decade at Southwestern. Even as a pastor he offered instruction in Greek and biblical studies to his parishioners. The focus of Dr. Patterson's leadership is an intense commitment to evangelism and the task of global missions with a foundational component of demanding research and rigorous academic preparation.

After graduating from Hardin-Simmons University, Patterson completed the Master of Theology (Th.M.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. Southern Baptists elected him as president of the Southern Baptist Convention for two terms, 1998 to 2000. During those years he appointed a committee to revise the Baptist Faith & Message, the confession most widely employed by Southern Baptists, and presided over the historic session of the convention in which this revised confession was adopted.

For more information on Paige Patterson, click here.


Truett Auditorium
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

2001 W. Seminary Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76115

SWBT Website

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Hampton Inn

(6 mi, 9 min)
4799 Southwest Loop 820
Fort Worth, TX 76132

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Fort Worth, TX 76134
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