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Now from the convenience of your own home, you can enjoy instruction that will help you build Christ’s church. The following online offerings from the Regular Baptist Web Community are coming in the near future—one is beginning next week!
- “Evangelism Strategies for Reaching People Far from God” Regular Baptist Web Community Learning Lab, led by Pastor Scott Bixby, beginning on Thursday, Jan. 17. REGISTER
- “Preaching and Teaching Old Testament Narratives” Regular Baptist Web Community Learning Lab, led by Pastor Nigel Black, beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 12. REGISTER
- “Preaching That Connects” Regular Baptist Web Community Learning Lab, led by Pastor Nigel Black, beginning on Tuesday, Feb. 12. REGISTER
- “Leading a Revitalized, Thriving Church” Regular Baptist Web Community Webinar, led by Dr. Howard Bixby, beginning on Thursday, Feb. 14.
Take advantage of the expertise of instructors who practice what they teach! Register today.
Christian Workers’ Retreat
Th annual Christian Workers’ Retreat of the California Association of Regular Baptist Churches provides spiritual encouragement and practical help for servants of the Lord. The 2013 retreat, to be held Jan. 21–23 in Cambria, Calif., will feature Barry Bandara, pastor of Silverdale Baptist Church, Bremerton, Wash. For more information, see Christian Workers’ Retreat or contact Ron Schrock, CARBC representative, 760.996.3288.
David Whiting, pastor of Northridge Church, Rochester, N.Y., invites you to attend Northridge’s upcoming 16:5 Conference on March 18 and 19.
He says, “16:5 is a conference for pastors, church leaders, staff, and key volunteers who long to obey the Great Commission both effectively and Biblically. Being both Biblically faithful and culturally relevant is a difficult tightrope to walk. At 16:5 we will learn to walk this tightrope together through main sessions, breakouts, fellowship, and worship. We would love to have you join us and others who long to be both faithful and relevant in sharing the gospel with the people in our culture.”
This year the 16:5 Conference has partnered with Baptist Bible Seminary, Clarks Summit, Pa., in order to allow conference attendees to earn one free seminary credit hour. For more information, see www.acts165.com.