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Nearly 1,000 Attend LYFE Conference

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Nearly 1,000 women attended the LYFE Women’s Conference at Baptist Bible College and Seminary May 29–31 and June 5–7. It was a powerful time of spiritual refreshment and renewal. The event carried the theme “Breathe,” offering a focus on finding strength to breathe in times of stress, fear, and pain.

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Money-saving Deadlines for Conferees!

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Make plans today to attend the GARBC Annual Conference in St. Petersburg, Fla. and save money! By attending the conference you will gain valuable insights on local church ministry, a greater awareness of doctrinal trends, and energy to continue your faithful service for God. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity at a great price! […]

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The Essential Gospel

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Dig out your summer clothes and get ready to pack your bags for a June getaway to the Sunshine State! Attendees at the 2014 General Association of Regular Baptist Churches Conference, June 23–27, will have the opportunity to enjoy the sun and tourist attractions while basking in a week of spiritual edification and fellowship. The […]

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2013 Talents For Christ Winners

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DEARBORN, Mich.—The following students won first and second place at the Talents For Christ national competition on Thursday, June 27. Download a high-resolution photo of the TFC winners Art First Place: Anna Smith, First Baptist Church (Elyria, Ohio) Second Place: Samantha Parsons, Fellowship Baptist Church (Wadsworth, Ohio) Female Public Speaking Second Place (Open): Celeste Scott, Emmanuel Baptist Church […]

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Students Alive! for 2013 Teen Conference

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Students Alive! offers students Bible-rich messages, fun activities, service opportunities, and a great place to make new friends. The teen program, to take place during the 2013 GARBC Conference, June 24-28, features speakers, Brian Cederquist, John Greening, Mark Holeman, Mark Shaw, and Lance Augsburger, director of the Students Alive! program.

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Searching for the Authentic Church

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What’s the easiest way to identify the genuine article? First learn to recognize a fake, says Dr. Bill Park, featured speaker at the 2012 GARBC Conference. During his opening sermon he played a brief video clip exposing the false doctrine of several well-known preachers. It was painful to watch. Offensive, even. But that was Park’s […]

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Preparing for a Great Conference

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Nineteen staff members from Regular Baptist Ministries met Sunday night to begin final preparations for the 2012 GARBC Conference, arriving on the campus of Baptist Bible College and Seminary in Clarks Summit, Pa. The week-long conference begins on Monday. John Greening, national representative for the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches, describes the annual conference […]

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GARBC Conference Registration Extended

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Registration deadline has been extended to Friday, June 15. Don’t miss out on a great rate. First-time attendees (in full-time vocational ministry) and church planters may register for FREE if they register by June 15! After June 15, early registration will close, and on-site fees will apply, including a $50 fee for […]

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Compete as a Youth Group

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Participating in Talents For Christ is a great way to strengthen a youth group as a whole. Here are some ideas to get the group involved: Find a place for everyone. There are categories that fit every interest. For individuals just beginning to develop their areas of interest, the open categories allow them to participate […]

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We’re Off!

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The conference is making its way to Denver. The Resource Center staff has worked tirelessly over the past week to finish all the last minute preparations. Paul Stump, who works in the warehouse, led the effort to get supplies loaded onto the truck, and Michael Nolan, director of business administration, and his family are now on […]

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Coming Soon–A Great Conference!

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It’s not too late to grab a plane ticket and come to the 2011 GARBC Conference. Gas prices are coming down; perhaps you’ll want to drive! You’ll enjoy the fresh air of the Rockies and the spiritual uplift of hearing God Word. The speakers for this year’s conference have a great passion for building Christ’s Church and dynamic communication skills to convey that passion.The conference has

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Lunch Internationally!

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Expand your horizons by attending the International Ministries luncheon on Wednesday, June 29,  at the 2011 GARBC Conference.  Hear testimonies from international pastors, educate yourself about the expanding influence of our association through our partners, and maybe pick up an idea for your local church global outreach.  You have to eat somewhere that day, why […]

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GARBC Staff Highlights True Meaning of Christmas

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SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—Decorations at the GARBC Resource Center showcase a resounding answer to Charlie Brown’s question, “What is the true meaning of Christmas ?” Each department of the Resource Center decorated their area to focus on Christ’s birth and ministry. See photo gallery. The prize-winning RBP marketing team’s presentation, A Charlie Brown Christmas, displays Linus’s answer to Charlie […]

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Not Your Typical Mission Trip

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AMES, Iowa—A group of missionaries and business leaders recently visited the Mango region of Togo, Africa, studying how to help the Togolese develop self-sustaining cottage industries. The Association of Baptists for World Evangelism is building the Wendell Kempton Memorial Hospital in Mango, a region where people spend half of their income for health care. ABWE’s […]

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BBC Hosts Community Leaders

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CLARKS SUMMIT, Pa.—Community and business leaders from the greater Scranton region gathered together for a special time of fellowship at BBC&S during the fall 2010 President’s Breakfast. Amber Jacobs, the new women’s basketball coach and Assistant Athletic Director, was guest speaker.

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RBP Seminar Equips Parents

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Selecting good friends, using the right speech, and making wise decisions are competencies that every parent would like his/her child to possess. During RBP’s Impact Parenting Seminar, over 60 parents from the Kansas City area learned how to use the book of Proverbs to teach their children principles for living successful godly lives.

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Ladies Get Refreshed away from Home

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HAGERSTOWN, MD.—It’s autumn: Crisp, cool temperatures. Glorious color. Falling leaves. Retreating women. All over the country, women from GARBC churches enjoy getting away for a weekend of Christian fellowship, encouragement, and fun. On September 24 and 25, ladies in the DelMarVa (Delaware, Maryland, Virginia) fellowship retreated to the Skycroft Conference Center outside Hagerstown, Md. Speakers […]

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Why a Nursery Curriculum?

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“It’s the nursery. Just feed them, change them, and keep them out of their parents’ hair. That’s all there is to it. After all, they’re just babies.” This is how many people view their church’s nursery ministry. They see it as relatively unimportant and even as a nuisance. But nothing could be farther from the […]

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Drive Your Tractor To Church

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FOREST LAKE, Pa.—Members of Forest Lake Baptist Church have mothballed their traditional Sunday School picnic, replacing it with a new event: “Drive your tractor to church Sunday.” After two months of preparations, the church was assaulted by a slow-moving army of 35 farm tractors. In addition, a few wannabes showed up on riding lawn mowers, […]

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200-Mile Bike Trip Challenges Participants

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GREENVILLE, Mich.—Hiking on trails, swimming in Lake Superior, cliff-jumping at Montreal Falls. These activities blended with a 200-mile bike trip organized by Lincoln Lake Baptist Camp and sponsored by Dr. Paul Sweetland, member of First Baptist Church, Middleville, Mich. Mark Shaw, pastor of Calvary Baptist, Greenville, was the Bible teacher for the weeklong trip, whose theme was “Asking […]

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End of Summer Celebration for Mission Church

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SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—Great Commission Baptist Church has hosted an outreach in a local Schaumburg, Ill., park to help church members make new friends and share the gospel. In preparation for the outreach the church mailed 1,000 postcards inviting participation of the households surrounding the park, also plastering 100 posters in local business and inviting personal friends […]

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Minnesota Regular Baptist Camp Celebrates 50th

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WINNEBAGO, Minn.—Minnesota Regular Baptist Camp at Bass Lake marked its 50th anniversary with a Jubilee Celebration to remember God’s blessings of the past and look forward to His leading in the future. Special guests for the day—joining the 281 attendees—were John Greening, GARBC national representative, and his wife, Daria. Koleesa Amundson, a harpist from New Prague, Minn., as […]

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The Top Team of 2010

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Fourteen teens from Faith Baptist Church, Iowa City, Iowa, competed as two vocal ensembles and three individual competitors, winning the Top Team Award at the recent Talents For Christ competition.

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The Heart of a Busy Day

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SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—“We can be born with high IQs, but no one can make us wise,” Dan Davey said in introduction to his sermon from Daniel 2 during the second day of the 2010 GARBC Conference. “It has never been about the intellectual knowledge of God, but about the brokenness of the […]

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Messengers Gather for 2010 GARBC Conference

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Schaumburg, Ill.—The General Association of Regular Baptist Churches meets this week for its annual conference, held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Schaumburg.
The conference will feature a series of 12 expository sermons from Daniel, led by featured speakers Dan Davey and Tim Jordan. Other speakers include Bernie Augsburger, Joe Earle, William […]

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Conference Deadlines Approaching

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This is the last week to book your room for the GARBC conference. Get in on the incredible deal of $99 at the luxurious Hyatt Regency Hotel before it’s too late. Special rate ends May 19. Staying at this top-notch facility allows you to be right where the action is for the GARBC Conference. Take […]

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