The 29th Anniversary of the Broyles Mission Conference

 

Two evenings and two mornings (February 21-24, 2019) of
Chapel outreach to improve lives here at home and around the world

WELCOME

This is the 29th Anniversary of the Broyles Mission Conference, celebrating our Chapel’s outreach – a very special time for all of us at Big Canoe Chapel.

FAQs   ♦   Reach   ♦   Schedule   ♦   Organizations   ♦  Goal

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Thursday, February 21

7:00  Featured Presentations

Appalachian Children’s Center

No Longer Bound

(Nursery available Thursday and Friday evenings)

Friday, February 22

7:00  Featured Presentations

Mission: Hope

Help the Persecuted

The Lee University Chorale

Cookies & Ice Cream Dessert

(Nursery available Thursday and Friday evenings)

Saturday, February 23

9:00 – 12:00 Hospital Art PaintFest

Sunday, February 24

9:00 & 10:30 Special Worship Services

 


FEATURED ORGANIZATIONS

Appalachian Children’s Center is dedicated to intervention, treatment, and prevention of all types of child maltreatment, including physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. Located in Ellijay, the center serves Pickens, Gilmer, and Fannin counties. Andrea Gibby, presenting [More about Andrea]

 

 

No Longer Bound is a 12-month residential program to rescue addicts, regenerate men and reconcile families. The process focuses on resolving relational wounds, repairing broken belief systems and restoring health through lasting intimacy with God, self, and others. Edward Bailey, presenting  [More about Edward]

 

 

Mission: Hope is equipping leaders and churches to bring about sustainable change in difficult-to-reach villages around the world. Programs are tailored to meet the needs of each individual community and are all based on Christian values. Josh Lindsey, presenting  [More about Josh]

 

 

Help The Persecuted serves thousands of Christians throughout the Middle East and North Africa – one of the earth’s most dangerous regions to be a Christian. The organization provides real-time holistic support from spiritual needs, to safe housing, to pastoral care.   Joshua Youssef, presenting  [More about Joshua]


Reaching out to over 60 organizations around the world

Big Canoe Chapel brings the good news of Christ and serves the underserved, every day.

Since the beginning of mission conferences back in 1970, we’ve supported well over 140 organizations in more than 25 countries with funding of over $1,000,000 – including over 40 organizations in Dawson and Pickens counties.

Youth at Risk
Local Ministries
Global Ministries
Families in Crisis
Recovering Adults
Medically Challenged Kids
Community Health Programs
Youth Development Programs


Frequently Asked Questions:

What will I get out of it?

Fellowship, inspiring entertainment and a better understanding of supported organizations. Also, a much bigger heart.

 How long will it last?

Just four days – a few hours on Thursday and Friday evenings, a couple hours on Saturday morning, and Sunday worship.

What goes on during the conference?

Everything! A special dinner, presentations, a musical concert, a PaintFest, and a very special worship service.

What’s expected of me?

Your attendance will ensure a successful conference. Your understanding of how the Chapel is reaching out will grow your heart, and your gifts will spread the good news of Christ and change human despair to hope.


The 29th Anniversary of the Broyles Mission Conference gives us all the opportunity to celebrate our Chapel’s outreach and experience the work, goals, and accomplishments of supported organizations.

The conference is self-funded and all proceeds are distributed to the presenting organizations. No Chapel funds are used.

Our goal is to raise $85,000.

Please prayerfully consider your role in the success of this year’s mission conference – a Chapel tradition for 29 years.