Free Training for Teachers of Children
The Regular Baptist Web Community will host teach2_inlinea seminar titled “Teaching Young Children: Early Education,” led by RBP Regional Manager Alan Wilson, Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. Central. An ideal opportunity for those who currently or plan to teach young children, this webinar will look at four major categories concerning children ages 2 to 6: physical, emotional/social, mental, and spiritual.

Cost for the webinar is free, but registration is required. To find out more about this webinar or to register, visit RegularBaptistPress.org.

 

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Baptist Builders Club is offering a series of budgeting tips to assist churches in planning for the next fiscal year. Check out the following church budgeting tips from Director Michael Nolan.

See Baptist Builders Club for more church budgeting tips in the upcoming weeks.

 

Good Stuff Beyond the Baptist Bulletin, Print EditionBBplusLaunch-copy-Copy1
The Baptist Bulletin, Digital Edition, offers even more thought-provoking articles and church ministry helps beyond the print magazine. Enjoy reading the following articles in the November/December issue by subscribing to the digital edition.

  • “Good Works: They’re Not Just for Liberals” (Dwight West)
  • “Premillennialism Today: An Interview with Mike Stallard” (David Gunn)
  • Photo Feature: “Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics” (Darrell Goemaat)
  • “A Sword Will Pierce Your Soul” (David Gunn)

Ministry Toolbox

  • Children: “The Children You Teach”
  • Youth: “Outreach Ideas for Youth Groups” (Mel Walker)
  • Women: “Ladies’ Luncheons as an Outreach Ministry” (Juanita Purcell)
  • Pastors: “Guiding the Local Outreach Program” (Jim Vogel)

Family Bible Study

  • “Will God Have a Family Reunion?” (Cheryl Fawcett and Robert Newman)
  • “What Happens If You Miss the Family Reunion?” (Cheryl Fawcett and Robert Newman)

Journal Feature

  • “Fundamentalism and Social Involvement” (Preston Mayes)

 

Chaplaincy-LogoImpact Your Community as a Chaplain
In a society where people are increasingly suspect of religious personnel and are reluctant to enter a church, chaplaincy ministries offer unique opportunities to share Christ with people when they are most aware of their spiritual needs. Chaplaincy is an extension of the local church, reaching intochaplains health care facilities, corporations, prisons, public safety agencies, and athletic teams. Very few other ministries provide pastors such a natural and challenging exposure to people in their communities who need to hear the gospel. Contact John Murdoch, director of Regular Baptist Chaplaincy Ministries, to learn more about becoming an officially endorsed community chaplain through the GARBC.