57th State Congress of Christian Education
Available Classes

DIVISION I: BIBLICAL STUDIES / THEOLOGY DEPARTMENT

1004 – Effective Bible Reading (COPP) Phase 1
This course identifies the appropriate methods, approaches and other suggestions on how to read the Bible for spiritual growth and Christian maturity. Areas that will be covered include structure of the Bible, resources for study and literary styles.
Textbook: How to Study and Teach the Bible, Scruggs, SSPB
Rev. Jimmie Mikell* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Savannah, Georgia

1007 – Introduction to the Old Testament (COPP) Phase 1
This course will survey the Old Testament. Included in this survey will be a general overview of the divisions, time periods, places, events, people and archaeology of the Old Testament section of the Bible.
Textbook: Survey of the Old Testament, Benware, Moody
Rev. James Walker* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Atlanta, Georgia

1072 – Introduction to the New Testament (COPP) Phase 1
This course will survey the New Testament. Included in this survey will be a general overview of the divisions, time periods, places, events, people and archaeology of the New Testament section of the Bible.
Textbook: Survey of the New Testament, Benware, Moody
Rev. Carl Wardlaw* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Lyons, Georgia

1075 – The Synoptic Gospels (COPP) Phase 2
This course will focus on the Synoptic Gospels – Matthew, Mark and Luke. Students will study the life and ministry of Jesus Christ as portrayed by these three writers.
Textbook: The Synoptic Gospels, Revised and Expanded: An Introduction, Nickle, Westminster/John Knox Press
Rev. Roderick Baptiste* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Columbus, Georgia

1079 – Survey of John (COPP) Phase 3
This course will focus on the fourth gospel and its uniqueness. Students will identify the specific features that characterize John’s gospel and that distinguishes it from the Synoptic Gospels, with emphasis on John's writings and ministry of Jesus Christ.
Textbook: The Gospel of John, Volumes 1 & 2, Daily Study Bible, Barclay, Westminster
Dr. David Stallion* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Columbus, Georgia

1080 – The Life and Teachings of Jesus
This Course focuses on the significance of Jesus’ birth, His early life, His teaching ministry, His death, and His resurrection
Textbook: All the Teachings of Jesus, Lockyer, Hendrickson .
Rev. Kelda Cubit* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Macon, Georgia

1089 – Survey of Romans (COPP) Phase 3
This course will focus on a thematic overview of major issues presented in Paul’s doctrinal letter to the Roman Christians.
Textbook: The Letter to the Romans, Barclay, Westminster/John Knox Press
Rev. James Ramey* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Monroe, Georgia

DIVISION II: CHRISTIAN EDUCATION

2007 – Christian Stewardship (COPP) Phase 1
This course will cover the basic tenets of Christian Stewardship – time, talent and tithe. Through a better understanding of the spiritual principles, practices and contributions that Christian stewardship makes to personal development and kingdom growth, students will more effectively manage the resources God has entrusted to them.
Textbook: What in the World is Christian Stewardship? Callahan, NBPB
Rev. LaCoya Day* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Hamilton, Georgia

2011 – Baptist Doctrine (COPP) Phase 1
This course examines, with simplicity and clarity, the basic teachings of the Baptist faith. Students will explore each doctrinal position and biblical basis for principles taught in the class.
Textbook: Baptist Beliefs, Mullins, Judson
Rev. Clarence Brown* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Marietta, Georgia

2015 – Foundation for Christian Ethics (COPP) Phase 4
This course is designed for understanding the philosophical and Christological approaches to Christian ethics. Students will engage in biblical principles for decision-making and conduct.
Textbook: Christian Ethics – Contemporary Issues and Options, Geisler, Baker Press
Dr. Robert Dickerson* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Columbus, Georgia

 2023 – Creative Ways of Teaching
This course will provide instruction on the different methods of teaching in the local church setting. It is designed to assist teachers in discovering new teaching strategies to accommodate various learning styles.
Textbook: Effective Teaching Practices for 21st Century Christian Educators, McConnell, SSPB
Sis. Cynthia Jackson* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Atlanta, Georgia

2034 – The Use of the Bible with Children
This course will emphasize practical study guidelines by demonstrating learning strategies, such as storytelling, role-play and general Bible reading.
Textbook: The Christian Educator’s Handbook on Children’s Ministry, 2d ed.: Reaching and Teaching the Next Generation, Robert J. Choun & Michael S. Lawson, Baker/Revell
Dr. Brenda Hodges Tiller* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Albany, Georgia

2080 – Missionary Education in the Church
This course will introduce ways to build missionary ministries into the total education program of the local church. Students will learn how to plan both missionary conferences and classes on the work of missions.
Textbook: The Missionary Worker’s Manual, Harvey, SSPB, God’s Missionary People, Van Engen, Baker
Dr. Margaret Taylor* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Albany, Georgia

2097 – Rethinking Christian Education for Contemporary Innovations
This course will examine the current trends, methodologies and practices in Christian education to determine their validity and alliance with scripture.
Dr. Roberta Hatcher* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Augusta, Georgia

 

DIVISION III: DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY / THEOLOGY

3007 – History of Baptists (COPP) Phase 3
This course will examine the roots of the Baptist faith. Students will study the historical development of the Baptist denomination.
Textbook: A History of Baptists, Torbett, Judson
Rev. Ronald Toney* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Macon, Georgia

3008 – Theology and History of Christianity (COPP) Phase 2
This course will outline the development of the Christian movement from the beginning of Jesus’ ministry on earth to present times. Students will focus on the culture and times that enable Christianity to spawn and grow. Prominent persons who impacted the Christian movement will be identified.
Textbook: A History of Christianity, Johnson, Touchstone Book, Simon & Schuster
Rev. Henry Baptiste* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Augusta, Georgia

4012 – The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit (COPP) Phase 2
Students will study the person and work of the Holy Spirit. This course will include a thorough look at the corresponding doctrines that impact our understanding of the work of the Holy Spirit.
Textbook: The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit, Torrey, Zondervan
Rev. Ronnie Gantt* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Athens, Georgia

4014 – The Doctrine of Prayer
This course will focus on the fundamental purpose, principles and power of prayer. Students will understand prayer as the channel of communication of the believer to the Father.
Textbook: With Christ in the School of Prayer, Andrew Murray, Emerald House Group, Inc.
Rev. Andrea Osborne* Enrollment Capacity: 25
Guyton, Georgia

 

DIVISION IV: LEADERSHIP, DISCIPLESHIP AND CHURCH ADMINISTRATION

5006 – Leadership in the Local Church

This course will examine the need for leadership in the local church. God’s mandate for leadership throughout the Scriptures will be the main thrust.

Textbook: The Dynamics of Church Leadership, Malphurs, Baker

            Dr. Richard Flippin*   Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Stockbridge, Georgia

5009 – Group Leadership

This course will teach students how to effectively organize church members for ministry. Emphasis will be placed on recruitment, assignment, delegation, documentation, evaluation and follow-up.

            Rev. W. J. Lawson*   Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Atlanta, Georgia

5012 – Becoming an Effective Deacon

This course is designed to assist deacon in becoming aware of his biblical base. The student taking this course will be presented with ideas that will enable him to more effectively perform his duties.

Textbook: The Baptist Deacon, Naylor, Broadman Press

            Dea. Clarence Hicks*           Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Atlanta, Georgia

5013 – The Layman as a Leader and Steward

This course is designed to place emphasis on the role and responsibility of laymen for the church, community and world.

Textbook: The Trust: God’s Plan for a Successful Lifestyle of Stewardship, Roll, Hensley Publishing

            Dea. Keith Mitchell*  Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Columbus, Georgia

5015 – The Role of the Deacon’s Wife/Deaconess

This course is designed to assist the deacon’s wife/deaconess in becoming aware of how she can be of assistance to the work of the deacon.

Textbook: The Work of the Deacon and Deaconess, Nichols, Judson

            Dr. Mary L. Hicks*     Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Atlanta, Georgia

5017 – The Mission and Ministry of the Church

Students enrolled in this course will study and outline the purpose and program of the church. They will discover how to develop a mission statement for their church, using biblical principles. The will identify Christ-centered programs that are age-appropriate and complement the programs of the church.

            Rev. Ellis Carswell*   Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Montrose, Georgia

6003 – The Work of the Church Trustee

The purpose of this course is to focus on the responsibilities of trustees. Students will be introduced to the work and role of trustees in the church. This course will explore and define duties of trustees, including management, building maintenance and fiscal controls.

Textbook: The Work of the Church Trustee, Tibbetts, Judson Press

            Rev. Chris McCall*    Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Columbus, Georgia

6013 – Organizing the Church for Christian Education     (COPP) Phase 4

This course will focus on the various administrative and organizational skills needed to direct the Christian Education department.

Textbook: Christian Education Handbook: A Revised and Completely Updated Edition, Powers, Broadman/Holman

            Sis. Sonja J. Lacy*    Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Snellville, Georgia

6021 – Spiritual Formation   (COPP) Phase 1

This course is designed to enable people to mature in their Christian walk. It will focus on a creative and dynamic approach to nurturing people–from children to spiritually mature adults–to become better disciples for Jesus Christ.

Textbook: Spiritual Formations as If the Church Mattered, Wilhoit, Baker

            Rev. Eddie L. Bright* Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Atlanta, Georgia

7001 – Building Healthy Churches

This course is designed to help leaders in local churches understand the importance of being a healthy church in the community. Various biblical principles will be studied to effectively move a stagnate ministry to a flourishing congregation.

Textbook: Evangelism and Discipleship in African American Churches, June and Parker, Zondervan

            Rev. Amos Williams* Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Acworth, Georgia

7005 – Christian Evangelism                                                                       (COPP) Phase 3

This course is designed to teach the basic steps in developing a program of evangelism. Students will discover the appropriate Scriptures, methods and techniques to use in order to witness to the non-believer.

Textbook: Evangelism Witnessing Ministry, Thomas, SSPB

            Rev. James Davis*    Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Columbus, Georgia

7011 – Developing a Discipleship Ministry                                                

This course is designed to assist the local church leader in recruiting the proper people and utilizing tools to build an effective discipleship ministry. The course will provide a view of various models of discipleship ministries.

Textbook: Christian Discipleship, Collins, Hensley Publishing

            Rev. Corey Neal*       Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Columbus, Georgia

7024 – Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts       (COPP) Phase 2

This course is designed to help students become whom God has uniquely made them to be. In this course, students will work through a spiritual gift assessment that will help them discover their spiritual gift(s). Discovering their spiritual gift(s) will prepare them to move into a meaningful area of service where they best fit into the body of Christ.

Textbook: What You Do Best in the Body of Christ: Discovering Your Spiritual Gifts, Personal Style and God-Given Passion, Bugbee, Zondervan     

            Dr. Albertine L. Marshall*     Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Stone Mountain, Georgia

8014 – The Church’s Ministry to Youth

This course is designed to help church leaders and youth workers develop a viable youth ministry. Students will discover ways to assess the needs of youth, plan and implement programs to address those needs and evaluate youth ministry programs.

Textbook: What I Wish My Youth Leader Knew About Youth Ministry, Nappa, Standard Publishing

            Rev. Michael P. Dickerson*  Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Claxton, Georgia

8015 – The Work of the Youth Director

This course is designed to acquaint the youth director with the work of the youth department. The organizational structure, goals and objectives, as well as available resources, will be the focus of the study.

Textbook: Youth Ministry Handbook, McDowell, Word Publishing

            Rev. Bobby Berryman* and Sis. Peggy Berryman             Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Royston, Georgia

8018 – The Ministry of Church Ushering

This course is designed to teach the basic elements of ushering in the church. Students will learn the basic signs, positions and post locations commonly used in ushering within the church.

Textbook: Usher’s Manual, Parrott, Zondervan and Door Keepers, Eason, Kyker

            Dr. Brenda Eason*    Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Atlanta, Georgia

8055 – The Church’s Response to the 21st Century

This course will help students recognize 21st Century challenges (moral, doctrinal, etc.) facing the church. Students will be led the into a Scripture search and discussion so that biblical and Christian resolve might be embraced.  

            Dr. Ralph W. Huling *            Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Midland, Georgia

9005 – Writing Techniques II            (COPP) Phase 3

This course will focus on the Certificate of Progress Program writing requirements for Phase 3. Emphasis will be placed on the writing of documented research and the development of other skills necessary to complete the writing assignments in the phase. This course will help introduce students to the library and the use of reference materials.

Textbook: A Pocket Style Manual, 3rd Edition, Hacker, St. Martin

            Dr. Evelyn Baker-Dandy*      Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Savannah, Georgia

9008 – Public Speaking

This course will identify the process and principles for writing speeches and delivering them in public. Students will learn basic verbal and nonverbal communication skills that will enable them to effectively communicate with audiences of all sizes.

Textbook: From Dull to Dynamic: Transforming Your Presentations, Boyd and Boyd, Professional Press

            Rev. Joice Tinsley*    Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Augusta, Georgia

9014 – Introduction to Sign Language

Students will be introduced to the mechanics of speaking to the deaf using American Sign Language. Students will learn the alphabet and how to form words with their hands.

Textbook: Sign Language for Everyone, Rice, Thomas Nelson

            Sis. Janet Hill Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Villa Rica, Georgia

9025 – The Computer in the Life of the Church (Advanced)

This course will equip today’s church worker how to effectively develop a technology ministry and social media ministry and will address the security and ethical challenges that must be considered regarding policies and procedures.

Textbook: 40 Days and 40 Bytes: Making Computers Work for You and Your Congregation, Siegel, Armstrong and Bill, The Alban Institute

            Rev. Keith McIntosh* Enrollment Capacity: 25

            Warner Robins, Georgia

DIVISION V: YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULT DIVISION

DIRECTOR
Rev. Paul Little, II Macon, Georgia

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Sis. Natalie Christina Lett Athens, Georgia

Purpose
The purpose of the GMBC Youth and Young Adult Division is to enhance the Congress of Christian Education by providing innovative, age-appropriate environments for young people to worship and study God's Word.

Strategy
Our strategy is to utilize biblical teaching, creative arts, interactive rap sessions and transformative worship experiences to empower young people for Christian living.

 

Courses for Pre-Teens/Teens, ages 12 – 13
Y101 – Let’s Get Social
This class is designed to discuss the appropriate and inappropriate use of social media and modern technology.
Pastor Ronnie Brinson
Sparks, Georgia

Y102 – Real Talk
This class is designed to discuss solutions for overcoming real life issues and struggles from a biblical perspective.
Pastor Quinton Steverson
Atlanta, Georgia

Courses for Teens, ages 14 – 15
Y201 – Main Thing or Side Thing
This class is designed to teach youth the importance of prioritizing their relationships with Christ above everything and everyone.
Pastor John Lacy
Riverdale, Georgia

Y202 – Real Talk
This class is designed to discuss solutions for overcoming real life issues and struggles from a biblical perspective.
Rev. Derrek Curry
Savannah, Georgia

Y203 – Let's Get Social
This class is designed to discuss the appropriate and inappropriate use of social media and modern technology.
Minister Trey Ewings
Sparks, Georgia

Courses for Teens, ages 16 – 18
Y301 – Real Talk
This class is designed to discuss solutions for overcoming real life issues and struggles from a biblical perspective.
Pastor Tyrese Ivey
Macon, Georgia

Y302 – Grow Up!
This class is designed to teach biblical principles for spiritual growth.
Rev. Terrell Dassau
Macon, Georgia

Y303 – Love and Hip-Hop (Teen Dating)
This class is designed to teach teens how to overcome the negative influences of our modern society from a perspective.
Minister Patrick and Sis. Lea Toney
Macon, Georgia

Young Adult Courses, ages 19 – 25
YAS – Success God's Way
This class is designed to teach young adults how to pursue their vision and career goals from a Christian perspective.
Rev. Paul Smith
Savannah, Georgia

YAS ¬¬– Dating and Relationships
This class is designed to teach young adults how to develop healthy relationships with the opposite sex.
Sis. Leticha Word
Atlanta, Georgia

Wednesday Worship Service Preacher
Min. Cedric Thomas
Augusta, Georgia

DIVISION VI: CHILDREN’S DIVISION

Ages 12 and Under

DIRECTOR
Sis. Beverly Turner Gainesville, Georgia

 

INSTRUCTORS
Sis. Jovia Davis Columbus, Georgia
Sis. Mary Griffin Columbus, Georgia
Sis. Tandra Holyfield Columbus, Georgia
Rev. James Jacksons Columbus, Georgia
Dr. Theresa Jones Columbus, Georgia
Sis. Sharon Lumpkin Columbus, Georgia
Sis. Terri Neely Columbus, Georgia
Sis. Teresa Pillipolor Columbus, Georgia
Rev. Rodney Pollard Columbus, Georgia
Sis. Sherronda Porter Columbus, Georgia

SPEAKER
Sis. Valerie Champion-Simmons Thomson, Georgia

Class Topics and Ages
#9400 Disciples Join God’s Team Ages 5 – 6
#9401 Disciples Pray and Obey Ages 7 – 8
#9401 Disciples Show Up and Tell Ages 9 – 10
#9402 Disciples Follow the Book Ages 11 – 12

DIVISION VII: MINISTERS’ WIVES SEMINAR

COORDINATORS
Sis. Betty Hope Athens, Georgia
Sis. Altamese Morgan Valdosta, Georgia

Morning Seminar
Ministers’ Wives: Toward Patience and Dedication
Sis. Takeisha Freeland Macon, Georgia
Sis. Betty Hope Athens, Georgia
Sis. Altamese Morgan Valdosta, Georgia

Afternoon Seminar
The Minister Wife’s Role as a Leader
Sis. Takeisha Freeland Macon, Georgia
Sis. Betty Hope Athens, Georgia
Sis. Altamese Morgan Valdosta, Georgia

 

DIVISION VIII: MINISTER’S DIVISION

DIRECTOR
Dr. Richard B. Haynes Lilburn, Georgia

Seminar I The Challenge of Change
This course is designed to challenge church leaders to embrace change and its significance to the mission of the Christian Church.
Rev. Thurmond Tillman
Savannah, Georgia

Seminar II Bible Mandate of Christian Education
This course is designed to place special emphasis on the biblical directives for Christian Education. Christian Education is a mandate from God and must be both understood and adhered to. This course will address the urgency in which pastors and laity must understand that worship, instruction, inspiration and information are collaborative constructs that enhance the entirety of Christian education. Also, the need for and importance of a Minister / Director of Christian Education, along with the personal and spiritual considerations of selecting such a person will be explored.
Rev. Mark Seals
Decatur, Georgia

Seminar III The Great Commission for Preachers
This course addresses the unique challenge and opportunity that preachers face in declaring the gospel with power and relevance to the many concerns society faces. This course will also present a model for spiritual preparation based on Acts 1:6-8.
Rev. Georgina Washington
Lilburn, Georgia

Seminar IV Ethics and Morality for Young Ministers
This course addresses the nature of ethical decision making, as well as practical areas where integrity can be compromised in the day-to-day ministry of ministers of all ages.
Rev. J. Ricardo Smith
Athens, Georgia
Seminar V Church Leadership Now
This course presents the basics of effective church leadership in an easy-to-grasp format. New and seasoned pastors alike will find Dr. Flippin’s insights immensely useful.
Dr. William Flippin*
Atlanta, Georgia

DIVISION IX: WORSHIP ARTS

8:00 – 9:45 a.m.
WA101 – Music and Christian Education
The purpose of this class is to understand the various forms of music and how they fit in Worship. This course will examine the various forms of music used in the church and the genesis of each form.
Dr. Erral Wayne Evans
National Baptist Congress on Christian Education
St. Louis, Missouri

8:00 – 9:45 a.m.
WA102 – The Worship Arts
This course will review the historical and current roles and implementation of the arts in worship. The course will include music, dance, drama, mime, media presentations and other art forms used to influence worship and church life.
Instructors: Worship Arts Faculty

8:00 – 9:45 a.m.
WA103 – Organization and Administration of Church Music Ministries
This course will provide the local minister of music and church leadership with the foundational and organizational structure for meaningful church music ministry. It will also furnish the students with musical resources that are appropriate and meaningful to the congregation in worship and Christian education.
Rev. Michael Sherman
Columbus, Georgia

8:00 – 9:45 a.m.
WA104 – Musician’s Clinic
This course will examine the study techniques, procedures and processes appropriate for meaningful accompaniment in a worship setting. It will present the students with creative art styles, traditional forms of music and practical applications of the instrumental forms for the occasion as a choir or individual.
Bro. Kenneth Pratt
Tifton, Georgia

8:00 – 9:45 a.m.
WA105 – A Life of Worship
This course is designed to help students understand the meaning of true worship and being a true worshiper. Students will study several biblical characters known for their worship of God and will become equipped with valuable, practical principles that they will be able to apply to their lives.
Rev. Kimberly Mason
Decatur, Georgia

8:00 – 9:45 a.m.
WA106 – Developing an Effective Praise & Worship Ministry
The purpose of this course is to understand how an effective praise & worship ensemble enhances the worship experience by aiding in preparing the congregation to receive the Word of God and pointing God’s people toward deliverance. This course will examine the various forms of praise & worship music, how they fit in Worship, and how to establish a praise & worship ensemble.
Sis. Ellise Gray
Macon, Georgia


Afternoon Workshop Choices (Select one of the choices below.)

2:00 – 3:45 p.m.
WA107 – Congress Choir
Music Director: Dr. Jeffrey Coleman, Decatur, Georgia
Assistant Music Director: Dr. Erral Wayne Evans, St. Louis, Missouri
Musicians: Bro. Kenneth Pratt, Tifton, Georgia
Bro. Marquavius Timmons, Kingsland, Georgia

2:00 – 3:45 p.m.
WA108 ¬–Praise Team
Sis. Ellise Gray

 2:00 – 3:45 p.m.
WA109 – Dance
Sis. Chia Mance
Thomson, Georgia

2:00 – 3:45 p.m.
WA110 – Mime
Sis. Makya Climons
Thomson, Georgia

2:00 – 3:45 p.m.
WA111 – Drama
Sis. Gail Snell
Decatur, Georgia

57th State Congress of Christian Education
Hotels & Lodging 

Springhill Suites by Marriott Columbus 
5415 Whittlesey Blvd.
Columbus, GA 
(706) 576-3773
King/Doubles-Rate: $89. 00 per night, plus tax
(plus $5.00 GA State HoteVMotelfee)

Best Western Plus Columbus Ft. Benning
4027 Veterans Court
Columbus, GA 31909
(706) 507-1111
King/Doubles-Rate: $79.00 per night,plus tax
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Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott
4510 Armour Road
Columbus, GA 31904
(706) 317-3600
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Hyatt Place Columbus North
2974 N Lake Pkwy.
Columbus, GA 31909
(706) 507-5013
King/Doubles-Rate: $89.00 per night, plus tax
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Homewood Suites by Hilton Columbus
6614 Whittlesey Blvd.
Columbus, GA 31909
(706) 568-3545
Kings: $99.00-Doubles: Rate: $109.00 per night,plus tax
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Homewood Suites by Hilton Columbus
6614 Whittlesey Blvd.
Columbus, GA 31909
(706) 568-3545
Kings: $99.00-Doubles: Rate: $109.00 per night,plus tax {plus $5.00 GA State Hotel/Motel Fee}

Hilton Garden Inn Columbus
1500 Bradley Lake Blvd.
Columbus, GA 31904
(706) 660-1000
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites at Northlake
7336 Bear Lane
Columbus, GA 31909
(706) 507-7200
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Double Tree by Hilton
5351 Sidney Simons Blvd.
Columbus, GA 31904
(706) 327-6868
King/Doubles-Rate: $139.00 per night, plus tax
(plus $5.00 GA State Hotel/Motel Fee}

Group Rate Cut-off Date: June 21, 2019