Greetings to each of you in the matchless name of our Lord and Savior Jesus who is the Christ. I pray that as we have endured this season of social distancing and virtual learning that God has kept each of you well.
I am humbled by the privilege to serve as the Dean of National Capital Congress of Christian Education (NCCCE). I extend a humble thanks to our servant leader Reverend Stephen Tucker, President of the National Capital Baptist Convention of D.C., and Vicinity.
It is another year that we are not able to come together in one place for our annual Educational Congress. Therefore, the faculty and staff of this congress has utilized this time to educate ourselves that we might present a flawless virtual training. We look forward to an opportunity to enhance and stretch the minds of you our delegates as you participate in these virtual training.
As we have transitioned from the traditional formula for our Christian Leadership School, it is our goal to provide a holistic approach to preparing the disciples of God for the work of the church. As we observe this country and the world, it is our responsibility to create an environment that will lend itself to strengthening the body of Christ. This year’s theme for the Congress of Christian Education is “Best Practices of Ministry During the Pandemic and Preparation for the Post-Covid-19 Church.”
Therefore, I implore each of you to commit to registering and attending the Pre-Congress Convocation, and the Annual Virtual Congress of Christian Education (NCBCCongressOfChristianEd.org).
“Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor has entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him.” 2 Corinthians 2:9
Rev. Alfred Wright, Jr.