Protecting the Multiethnic Bride of Christ

The church has faced many challenges in the last year. The need for a proper understanding of Biblical reconciliation and church unity has become paramount. Join us for Faith Pulpit Day as Dr. Victor Clay speaks to the beauty of Gospel reconciliation, a Biblical perspective of multi-ethnic diversity, and how the church should seek to fulfill its commission.

Registration opens at 9:30 AM in the Nettleton Center lobby.

Time: Sessions begin at 10:00 AM and conclude at 2:00 PM.

Cost: $25, includes the conference, three books, and lunch. Bring your spouse for an additional $10.

Conference Speaker

Dr. Victor Clay

Senior Pastor Dr. Victor Clay is a native of St. Louis, Missouri.  Dr. Clay has a B.A. in Business Management from Northwest Missouri State University, an A.A. and B.A. from Carver Baptist Bible College and Institute, and an M.Div. in American Church Planting, from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He graduated with honors in Expository Preaching. Dr. Clay graduated in May 2018 with a D. Min. degree from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. The title of his dissertation is “Developing a Road Map for Training Leaders and Laity of Dynamic Life Baptist Ministries in the Principles and Practices of Multiethnic Ministries.”

The goal of Pastor Clay is to help shape and direct the transformation process of spiritual growth from the inside-out through expository preaching, teaching, and writing.  Dr. Clay wants to develop leaders of a multi-cultural diversity, to reflect a heavenly community on earth through the local church by providing training in leadership development, strategic planning, staff development, conflict resolution, and church development. In light of this, he wrote an article for the Baptist Bulletin in 2016 titled “What Role Should Local Churches Play in the Ongoing Discussions About Race Relations in America?”.

Dr. Clay graduated with honors from Carver Baptist Bible College.  He was awarded a Black Church scholarship at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.  Dr. Clay was elected Alumnus of the year 2000-2001 at Carver Baptist Bible College.  In 2003, Pastor Clay was awarded the Lifeway Preaching award for the 2003 graduating class at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.

Dr. Clay served as a member of the Board of Directors for Carver Baptist Bible College, Seminary and Institute, and is an adjunct professor there. He serves as the Vice-Chairman of the Cedine Bible Camp Board. Dr. Clay is also the acting Executive Director for the corporate Home Office of the Fundamental Baptist Fellowship Association and serves on their Steering Committee, which is its governing board.

Dr. Clay is married to Stephanie S. Clay, and they have two children: Tyler W. Clay and Janessa V. Clay.

 

Health and Distancing Guidelines

  • In order to attend Faith Pulpit Day, each registrant will give a verbal confirmation upon arrival of the following:
    • I do not have any Covid-related symptoms (cough, headache, fever, new loss of taste/smell).
    • I have not been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed with Covid in the previous 14 days.
  • Each registrant will have his/her temperature checked upon arrival.
  • Registrants who cannot give confirmation of the above or who have a fever in excess of 100.4-degrees will be unable to participate in this event and may be eligible for a full refund.
  • View our Visitor Flight Path for more detailed health and distancing guidelines.

Questions?

Please contact Josiah Choi.