MILITARY CHAPLAINS IN DEPLOYMENT
Regular Baptist Chaplaincy has a fine cadre of chaplains who serve in military, community, and institutional settings. Currently four military chaplains are deployed overseas: Jonathan Court, Michael Taylor, Richard Steen, and Ron Faith. Please pray for our deployed chaplains and their families.
PRAYER REQUEST: CHURCHES WITH BUILDING NEEDS
Join Regular Baptist Builders Club Director Michael Nolan, its board of administrators, and the rest of the team in praying for the upcoming April 20 meeting. Four GARBC churches have submitted applications for assistance. Each has a special need in making improvements, updates, and/or additions to help serve the communities they live in by providing a safe and comfortable place to share the gospel. If you would like to help support these churches by praying or giving, become a team member today!
APOLOGETICS PROJECT: JOYFUL DEFENSE
Regular Baptist Press is pleased to be working with Jay Lucas to create an innovative approach to the topic of apologetics. Jay is a respected author and pastor who has published several evangelistic Bible studies with RBP.
The Joyful Defense project will be formatted in a series of 13 engaging videos mixing lecture and conversation with courageous Christ followers from a variety of life stations. The videos will come with the support of a workbook, marketing material, and all the tools needed to connect the study with social media. Joyful Defense is ideal for both individual use and group settings.
Would you help us with the production of Joyful Defense and the launch of a new RBP product line? We have raised $18,000 toward our $100,000 goal. You can donate online at RegularBaptistPress.org/donate, by calling 888.588.1600, or by check sent to Regular Baptist Press, 3715 N. Ventura Drive, Arlington Heights, IL 60004. The impact of your gift is eternal!
CHURCH DEVASTATED BY FIRE
Berean Independent Baptist Church in Fort Ashby, West Virginia, caught fire sometime in the early morning hours on March 16. Pastor Richard Riley was notified about 4:30 a.m. that the church was on fire. When he arrived, firefighters were on the scene, and the church building was deemed a total loss. It is now known that the fire was an act of arson.
Head deacon Larry Deitz is overseeing the damage assessment, including meeting with the church’s insurance provider to determine their coverage and any deductibles.
Please join in praying and/or financially supporting Regular Baptist Builders Club’s Help Up ministry. Both Riley and Deitz welcome prayer from GARBC sister churches and are encouraged to know there are brothers and sisters in Christ who are concerned.