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Improving Your Ministry Skills

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WebCommunitySpring15_Lead2Regular Baptist Web Community: Registration Now Open
Enjoy excellent instruction and helps from the following March web community opportunities:

  • “Churches Planting Churches: How Do We Start?” Webinar
  • “Invisible Sound: Keep the Focus on Worshiping God and Off of Your Sound System” Learning Lab
  • “DIY Strategic Planning” Learning Lab
  • “Church Revitalization” Consultation

Sessions are complimentary for GARBC churches. “Churches Planting Churches” is complimentary for missions leaders and churches. Register now for the Regular Baptist Web Community!

GARBC Conference: Connecting!2015_Conference
The GARBC Conference is the perfect setting for connecting with peers and with God’s Word. Enrich your spiritual life by taking in great preaching and teaching centered on the union we as believers have with Christ.

Omaha is an inviting city with plenty of attractions and activities for adults and children—a great place for the whole family! Our host hotel and conference location is the DoubleTree in downtown Omaha. You can book your reservation now by calling 402-346-7600. Be sure to mention the group code GAR to save money. Staying at the host hotel helps cover conference expenses.

Register now to attend the 2015 GARBC Conference!

TFC_Poster2015_thumbTalents For Christ: Developing Teens for Service
Encourage teens at your church to use their talents to reflect Christ. Whatever their interest, skill, or level of experience, a category exists for teens in your church to participate. Individual and group competitions are available. Encourage members of your youth group to sign up for Talents For Christ today!

RBP Offers Free “Lone Star” TrainingTeacherTraining_150X150
Regular Baptist Press will offer a free teacher training workshop on Thursday, Feb. 5, 6:00–8:00 p.m, at First Baptist Church, San Marcos, Texas. Two additional training sessions will take place on Saturday, Feb. 7, at Homewood Suites, San Antonio, Texas, 9:00–11:50 a.m. and 1:00–3:50 p.m.

Topics include “Be a Quality Teacher,” “Teaching Methods That Work,” and “How to Revive Your Sunday School.” A time of fellowship will take place prior to each session, and every attendee will receive a free Regular Baptist Press Bible study.

The training is free, but space is limited. To make reservations or to inquire about teacher training coming to your area, please e-mail or call 847-830-8477.

2015 Regional Connection
Enjoy fellowship, growth, and worship centered on the theme “Do Baptist Churches Have Elders?” at Harvest Baptist Church, Oswego, Illinois, March 2 and 3. Dr. Rich Van Heukelum, pastor of  Shawnee Baptist Church, Shamong, New Jersey, will be the speaker. See brochure and register. Regional Connection is a gathering of regional GARBC ministry teams and pastors connecting for worship and growth. Sponsoring pastors and churches include:

  • CrossRoad Baptist Church, Ames, Iowa (Will Hatfield, pastor)
  • Calvary Baptist Church, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin (Jon Jenks, Jack Austin, pastors)
  • Willow Creek Baptist Church, West Des Moines, Iowa (Mike Augsburger, Cody Crigger, pastors)
  • Calvary Baptist Church, Rochester, Minnesota (Dwight LaPine, Logan Friess, Gene Murrell, pastors)

16:5 Momentum March 23/2416:5 Conference
Northridge Church, Rochester, New York, 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 23 and 24.