Five New Regular Baptist Web Community Topics
Great topics, superb teachers! Check out the following Regular Baptist Web Community online training events:
- “Updating and Rewriting Your Church’s Articles of Faith” by David Mappes
- “Making the Most of Your Church Website” by David Bosket
- “Vision Casting One-on-One” by Chris Hindal
- “Disaster Relief Team Training” by Michael Nolan
- “Vacation Bible School: Plan for Success” by Alan Wilson
Register now and enjoy the experience of interacting online with quality instructors who lead quality content!
Baptist Bulletin Goes Digital
Did you know that your doctor’s office has the Baptist Bulletin magazine? It does when you enter the office with your mobile device! Experience the convenience of reading the Baptist Bulletin, Digital Edition, anywhere you go! Visit www.BaptistBulletin.org/digital for more information and subscription links. Subscribers receive an e-mail alert when a new issue is available. New subscribers can also can find us online at the iTunes store, Amazon.com, and the Google Play store. The Baptist Bulletin, Digital Edition, offers everything from the print edition, along with additional pages called Bb Plus. Try it; you’ll like it!
Regional Worship and Growth Conference
Enjoy fellowship, growth, and worship centered on the theme “The Balance of Leadership and Preaching” at the third annual Regional Connection conference in Oswego, Ill., March 3 and 4. Scott Poling, pastor of the host church, Harvest Baptist Church, will be the speaker. See the conference brochure and register at regional.cbcames.org. Don’t miss this opportunity to rub shoulders with ministry colleagues and strengthen your spiritual walk!
Church Ministries Conference: Finding Confidence in an Uncertain Age
The Grand Rapids Association of Regular Baptist Churches will sponsor its annual Church Ministries Conference March 7 and 8 at Calvary Baptist Church, Grand Rapids, Mich. Dr. Knute Larson will be the keynote speaker, and approximately one hundred different workshops will be offered. See Church Ministries Conference for conference brochure, registration, and other details.
Spring Ministry Forum: The Historical Jesus
“Engaging Skeptics on the Historical Jesus” is the topic of the spring ministry forum of Calvary Baptist Seminary, Lansdale, Pa., March 10. Study of the historical Jesus has found its way into university classrooms and into homes through TVs and computers. But those writing and speaking on the topic are often agnostics and skeptics. How do you talk about Jesus to people for whom the Bible may not have intrinsic value as a source for understanding Him? How does one discuss Jesus from the Bible when the Bible itself is a question?
Guest lecturer Darrell Bock, research professor of New Testament Studies at Dallas Theological Seminary, will address these questions and more during his three-part series. You may register online or by calling 215.368.7538, ext. 101.
West Michigan Men’s Conference
“The Gospel at Work” is the theme of the West Michigan Men’s Conference March 14 and 15 at Lakeshore Baptist Church in Grand Haven, Mich. The conference starts with a Friday evening dinner and continues with three sessions taught by pastor and author Greg Gilbert. See West Michigan Men’s Conference for more information and to register.
Counseling Seminar on Conflict and Anger
Faith Baptist Church, Port Washington, Wis., will be hosting a counseling seminar March 14 and 15 on the subjects of conflict and anger. Conflict is a part of life, but the real question is how to resolve it. How can you take care of conflict within your family or with friends? Often conflict brings about unresolved anger. Dr. Marty Von, director of Church Life Ministries, will deal with both of these issues from a Biblical perspective.
Registration is $35 for individuals and $45 for couples for both sessions: Friday, 6:00–9:00 p.m., and Saturday, 9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. Child care is provided. Please mail your checks for registration to P.O. Box 243 Port Washington, WI 53074. For more information, call 262.483.8811.
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 24 and 25.
Ohio Church Ministries Conference: We Love the Church!
Northfield (Ohio) Baptist Church, the Ohio Association of Regular Baptist Churches, and Baptist Bible College and Seminary of Clarks Summit, Pa., are teaming to provide a training event designed specifically for church ministry workers. It will feature challenging general sessions and practical workshops and exhibits—all to help participants become more excited and effective Christian servants. The event will be held March 28 and 29. See “We Love the Church!” to register.