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28th Annual FCCI Intl Conference, October 5-9th

Kent Humphreys, author and former President of Christ@Work/Fellowship of Companies for Christ emailed last week to talk about their 28th Annual Conference that is coming up in October. Here's the excerpt from the website:

"FCCI has invested over 28 years in equipping and encouraging Christian Business Leaders to operate their businesses and conduct their personal lives according to biblical principles in pursuit of Christ's eternal objectives.

The 28th Annual Conference is an exclusive offering for Christian business owners, chief executive officers, and executives to come together and allow iron to sharpen iron. Proven leaders who have had experience living out their faith will address current challenges in practicing Christ at Work in the marketplace.

Deepen relationships with other people who face some of the same challenges you face. You'll be encouraged as fresh insights and unique experiences from other business leaders are shared. Breakouts that are relevant and meet your specific needs will be offered. Whether you are an emerging leader, or legacy leader, you will enjoy the time to form long-term relationships. This conference has it all - in-depth content that you will be able to apply in your sphere of influence, solid people you'll want to interact with and build lasting friendships with, and enough time built in to allow you to relax and be refreshed.

This year's platform speakers include: Mr. John Beckett, Mr. John Coors, Mr. Walt Wiley, Mr. Kent Humphreys, Mr. Doug Hunter with a special introduction to Steve Marr and Business Proverbs.

What an incredible opportunity for you to come to one of the most beautiful places on Earth and hear from some of the most respected Christian leaders. Nestled in an exclusive Colorado enclave on Beaver Creek Mountain, the Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch defines Rocky Mountain luxury and the pioneering spirit of the American West.

Please note that, due to transitions in our website and operational systems, you may register only by contacting Richeal Thatcher (richeal@fcci.org or (405) 917-1681, but you will not be able to contact the Ritz Carlton for room reservations without obtaining a code from the FCCI office. Special conference guest room rate is $179/night." 

For more information visit www.fcci.org.

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posted by Justin Forman | 8.19.2008 - 7:00 AM


I can't read this very well. Where is the conference? What is the website?
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 7:38 PM  

Sorry that you're having difficulty seeing it. The conference website is http://fcci.org/
commented by Blogger Justin Forman, 9:55 PM  

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