Regular Baptist Web Community: Sound, Church Planting, Strategy, and Consultation
Experiencing glitches in your church’s sound system? Wanting your church family to catch the vision for church planting? Desiring your church to gain focus and strategy for pursuing the Great Commission? Needing help in working through leadership, operational, and/or financial challenges in your church? The March sessions of the Regular Baptist Web Community are for you! See class offerings. Complimentary registration for churches in the GARBC.
Looking Forward to an Excellent GARBC Conference!
The Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Durham Museum, Children’s Museum, Old Market, Lauritzen Gardens, Joslyn Art Museum, and Boys Town are just a few of the local attractions in Omaha, Nebraska, a great family location for the 2015 GARBC Conference. Check out the terrific conference speakers and workshop leaders. Register now for the GARBC Conference on “Connected to Christ.”
Baptist Bulletin Has a Plus!
If you haven’t subscribed to the digital edition of the Baptist Bulletin, now is the time! Not only will you be able to read everything that is in the print edition, you also will have access to Baptist Bulletin Plus articles, which are not in the print magazine.
Check out the following articles in the upcoming digital Baptist Bulletin Plus!
- “They Don’t Look Right!” by Shirley Hull
- “Closing the Generation Gap” by Joseph H. Bower
- “The Foundation of the Church” by Joseph H. Bower
- “How to Keep from Worrying about the Future” by Carl Johnson
- “Why Study Prophecy?” by Robert Gromacki
- Children: “Singing with Understanding”
- Youth: “Benchmarks for a Balanced Youth Ministry” by Mel Walker
- Pastors: “Problem Areas in the Church Life” by Charles U. Wagner
Family Bible Study
- “How Long Will We Be in Heaven?” by Cheryl Fawcett and Robert Newman
- “What Will We Do in Heaven?” by Cheryl Fawcett and Robert Newman
- “A Hermeneutical House of Horrors” by David Larsen
Men Modeling the Master Conference
The Eastern Michigan Association of Regular Baptist Churches will hold its Annual Men Modeling the Master Conference on Saturday, March 7 at First Baptist Church, Vassar, Michigan. Dr. Les Ollila, former president and chancellor at Northland Baptist Bible College, will speak on “Biblical Manhood” during the three main sessions. The cost for the day is $15, which includes lunch. Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m., and the day will conclude at 2:30 p.m. You can preregister by contacting Pastor Mark Kirkpatrick at 989-893-3977 or email@example.com.
Church Ministries Conference
“Answering the Call” will be the theme of the Grand Rapids Association of Regular Baptist Churches Church Ministries Conference at Calvary Baptist Church, Grand Rapids, Michigan, on Friday and Saturday, March 13 and 14. Main speakers will be Dr. Joe Stowell and Dr. Mike Wittmer. Dozens of informative and practical workshops will be a part of this annual event. See the Church Ministries Conference website for workshop titles and details, downloadable programs, and registration.
IL-MO Spring Conference: “Theological Viruses”
“Theological Viruses Affecting Church Ministries” will be the topic addressed at the IL-MO spring conference, April 6 and 7, at Germantown Hillls Baptist Church in Metamora, Illinois. Dr. Michael Stallard of Baptist Bible Seminary, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania, will be the featured speaker.
Joy of Teaching Seminar
First Baptist Church, Rochester, Michigan, will host a teacher training seminar on March 27 and 28. Dr. David Rockwell and Children’s Specialist Jim Cook will help your teachers gain skills in carrying out their important role. For more information, contact Pastor Scott Kigar.
Northeast Fellowship “Big Bold Questions” Youth Seminars
A great gathering of teens will take place at the Youth Seminars on March 20 and 21 in four New York locations. Speakers are Nate Cobb, Andy Giessman, Jason Jackson, and Dwight Peterson. Students will have the opportunity to learn in workshops that Biblically address relevant questions such as, Why are there so many views of sexuality? Why do I hurt? How did we get here? How can you be so sure of the Bible? Why are there so many religions? and Who is Jesus? Register for the 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.