Church Ministries Conference
Church Ministries Conference for local church leaders will be held on March 8 and 9 at Calvary Baptist Church, Grand Rapids, Mich. The conference, sponsored by the Grand Rapids ARBC, will feature over 100 workshops, and also three general sessions with speaker Dwight Peterson of Baptist Bible College, Clarks Summit, Pa. While you are there, stop by the Regular Baptist Press display and greet Alex Bauman, RBP director, and Alan Wilson, RBP representative, and see our new curriculum and product resources. View 2013 Church Ministries Conference brochure.
Worship Connect: A Regional Conference for GARBC Churches
Plan now to attend Worship Connect 2013, to be held March 1 and 2 at Walnut Ridge Baptist Church, Waterloo, Iowa. Worship Connect is a regional conference spearheaded by Pastor Jon Jenks of Calvary Baptist Church, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., and Pastor Will Hatfield of CrossRoad Baptist Church, Ames, Iowa. It is designed to bring local church ministry teams together. This year’s theme is “Inner Life—abiding with Christ; a faith that diligently seeks Him.”
Attend and value . . .
- strengthening your inner life in Jesus Christ,
- passionately worshiping Jesus Christ,
- building connections with churches and their ministry teams, and
- sharpening ministry skills with practical projects that will impact ministries. Register now.
2013 S.E.E.D. Conference: Biblical Worship
Heather Hills Baptist Church, Indianapolis, Ind., pastored by Brian McCrorie, is hosting the 2013 S.E.E.D. Conference (Spiritual Enrichment and Education), March 17–19, which will center on the topic of Biblical worship. The conference overview states, “At Heather Hills, one of our core values is: we are passionate about the sincere, biblical worship of God. But what does that truly look like in the church? Doesn’t worship just mean the music part of the service? What about the songs I don’t like? Does the Bible actually address these subjects? Why do ‘Worship Wars’ exist in the church? And what about when I’m alone in private worship? What place does the scripture and prayer have in worship? What about worship postures? How do I worship a God I cannot see? These are the questions we are looking to answer by digging deeply into the soil of God’s Word at the 2013 SEED Conference. We hope you can join us!”
March 18 is Church Leadership Day at S.E.E.D. Conference—a day for pastors, interns, staff, and ministry leaders to dig deeply into the Word to learn truths about Biblical worship that can impact their churches. Register here.
16:5 Conference: More and Better Disciples
Northridge Church, Rochester, N.Y., invites pastors, church leaders, staff, and key volunteers who long to obey the Great Commission both effectively and Biblically to attend the church’s 16:5 Conference, March 18 and 19. As Pastor David Whiting explains, “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.”
Faith Baptist Bible College, Ankeny, Iowa, is hosting a mentoring seminar, March 1 and 2, for educators, pastors, parents, youth workers, and anyone who desires to have a positive influence on young adults. For more information, see Mentoring Seminar.
Advancing the Church Conference
Calvary Baptist Seminary, Lansdale, Pa., hosts a biennial conference focused on providing resources to pastors for growing healthy churches. This year’s conference will be held March 5–8, highlighting the theme, “We believe in preaching!” with Dr. Donald Carson as guest speaker.