Men’s Recharge

Mark your calendars for August 13 for our next Recharge* with special guest, Bobby Mitchell.

Bobby Mitchell was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and holds degrees from Vanderbilt University and Clemson University. For the past forty-five years, he has been Chairman and CEO of Applied Ceramics, Inc. (ACI), an international, high-tech manufacturing and development company primarily focused on electronics and environmental issues and it has a business presence on five continents. ACI has ventures with General Motors, Hyundai, Hitachi, Mead Westvaco, and Dow Chemical and is a major stockholder in ACIChemshun (Pingxiang, China). Bobby has published a number of papers and holds numerous patents. He has taught at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta as a special lecturer in Ceramic Engineering for eight years. During his entire career at ACI, the company has been involved in marketplace ministry.

Bobby is also one of the founders of the Fellowship of Companies for Christ International (FCCI). He has served continuously as an officer on the Board of Directors since its inception in 1980 and has been the chairman since 1996. He has also served on many other boards over the past forty-six years. In 2004, he received the National Award for Leadership from the Billy Graham Association “In Recognition of Your Pioneering Efforts and Dedication in the Workplace Movement”.

*Due to continued COVID-19 concerns, this will be facilitated via Zoom.

Questions? Contact Joshua Toepper.

Date

August 13, 2020
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Time

7:00 am - 8:00 am

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Location

Zoom Call
Community
Adult Discipleship

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Adult Discipleship
Phone
+1 (770) 971-2880
Website
https://mtbethel.org/ministries/disciplelife/
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Speaker

  • Bobby Mitchell
    Bobby Mitchell
    Chairman and CEO of Applied Ceramics, Inc. and Founder of Companies for Christ International

    Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Bobby is one of the founders of the Fellowship of Companies for Christ International (FCCI). He has served continuously as an officer on the Board of Directors since its inception in 1980 and has been the chairman since 1996. In 2004, he received the National Award for Leadership from the Billy Graham Association “In Recognition of Your Pioneering Efforts and Dedication in the Workplace Movement”.