BAPTIST BULLETIN ARRIVING SOON!
Check out the insightful articles remembering Dr. Billy Graham. Read the March/April 2018 Baptist Bulletin, soon to arrive in your mailbox and/or inbox!

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  • Billy Graham (1918–2018)
  • Introducing Strong Curriculum (by Alex Bauman)
  • Remembering Billy Graham (by Mike Stallard, Douglas McLachlan, and David Gunn)
  • Church in Crisis: What Can Baptists Do to Help Each Other? (by Jeff Straub)
  • When Bill and Bob Were Friends: An Interview with Bob Jones III (by Kevin Mungons)
  • #LoveThatChurch: 2018 Annual Conference

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  • A Limited Message or a Limited Fellowship? (by David Nettleton)
  • The Last Five Days: What Camp Workers Do All Year Long (by Ashley Nierman)
  • The Position, Attitudes, and Objectives of Biblical Separation (by Paul Jackson)
  • Do You See What They See? How a Pleasing Exterior Attracts Your Community (Toolbox for pastors by Jim Vogel)
  • Marriage Killer (Toolbox for counselors by Ryan Day)
  • Implementing Separatist Convictions (by Ernest Pickering)

MESSAGES BY WILBERT WELCH AND ERNEST PICKERING
God has blessed our association with tremendous leaders. Their voices and influence live on! Listen to the Audio Legacy collection messages “By Faith We Understand” by Wilbert Welch from the 33rd GARBC Conference (1975) in Winona Lake, Indiana, and “God Rules” by Ernest Pickering from the 39th GARBC Conference (1981) in Denver, Colorado. More vintage recorded messages from association leaders to come!

REASONS FOR BELIEF: SUNSHINE BAPTIST FELLOWSHIP
The Sunshine Baptist Fellowship invites churches to attend Reasons for Belief on Saturday, April 21. David Gunn, director of Regular Baptist Press, will speak on the theme of laypeople defending their faith. The sessions will begin at 9:30 a.m. at Fellowship Baptist Church in Lakeland, Florida.
​Session 1: “Why God? The Case for Theism”
Session 2: “Why Christ? The Case for the Resurrection”
Session 3: “Why Evil? Answering the Case against God”
The cost for the sessions will be $10, including a catered lunch from Chick-fil-A.

CHURCH AND CULTURE CONFERENCE
“Sharing Christ in a Politically Correct Environment” will be the theme of the Church and Culture Conference, a ministry of the Wisconsin Association of Regular Baptist Churches, April 28, at Calvary Baptist Church in Wisconsin Rapids. Jon Jenks, WARBC state representative, says, “You’re a follower of Christ and you know the importance of telling others about God’s love for them. The difficulty is how to do that in a place or situation where gospel conversations are not welcome. How do you share Christ with others knowing that it may cost your job, position, or relationship? The goal of this year’s conference is to help think through this crucial issue.” For more information regarding the conference and livestream opportunities, see thechurchandculture.com.

FAITH PULPIT DAY ADDRESSES SUFFERING AND SOVEREIGNTY
Faith Baptist Bible College invites you to Pulpit Day, which will focus on the theme of “Suffering and Sovereignty,” on April 5, 10:00 a.m.–2:30 p.m. This one-day conference will help you minister with greater compassion and insight to the suffering of people in your church. Conference speakers will address suffering practically and theologically, discussing effective ways to help the hurting while presenting a Biblical perspective on the problem of evil. RSVP by emailing seminaryinfo@faith.edu. Registration opens at 9:30 a.m. in the Nettleton Center. A $20 registration, payable upon arrival, includes lunch and two free books.

ALPHA OMEGA CONFERENCE
David Gunn, director of Regular Baptist Press, will join a team of excellent presenters at the Alpha Omega Conference at Shasta Bible College April 4–8. Shasta Bible College and Graduate School invites you to attend this annual conference, which emphasizes creation science and the dispensational approach to Bible prophecy. For more information see, Alpha Omega Conference.

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“The Digital Culture of Kids Today” will be the topic of a seminar hosted by First Baptist Church, Vestaburg, Michigan, on April 30, 6:30–8:00 p.m. The seminar will be facilitated by Protect Young Eyes, an organization that provides busy parents and tech-savvy kids information and tools they need to use technology wisely. For more information, see Protect Young Eyes.

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“Launching Healthy Churches That Grow” will be the focus of Track 1 for the School of Church Planting, sponsored by Baptist Mid-Missions. The seminar will be held at City Light Baptist Church in Culpepper, Virginia, June 11–14. Presenters for the seminar will be veteran church planters and coaches Ken Davis and Roger McNamara.

The seminar includes 27 hours of classroom instruction throughout three and a half days. Track 1 is geared specifically for pastors, missionaries, and church planters who are planning to start new churches or are in the early stages of church plants. The track walks them through the multitude of things they need to do throughout the conception, prenatal, and birth stages of their church plants. The cost for the seminar is $225 per person or $250 per couple. Those registering before May 15 receive a $25 discount. The fee covers conference costs, meals, the church planter’s resource manual, and a thumb drive containing hundreds of helpful ideas and forms for use in ministry.

Graduate academic credit is available from Baptist Bible Seminary for those who complete post-course assignments and a project. Undergraduate credit is available through several Bible colleges. Inquire in advance for details and tuition charges by emailing Dr. Ken Davis, kdavis@clarkssummitu.edu. Click here to download registration forms and to view additional information.