EVANGELISM TRAINING TO REACH AN EVER-CHANGING WORLDTERM
Evangelism in the context of our diverse, ever-changing world is the topic of The Emmaus Road Message (TERM) seminar, presented by John Cross and GoodSeed.com and hosted by Pastor Mike Augsburger and Willow Creek Baptist Church, Des Moines, Iowa. Participants will see what Scripture has to say about sharing the gospel clearly, using an approach that Jesus Himself used and that has proven effective whether engaging the confused, the seeker, or the hardened. The seminar will take place Oct. 10. See brochure.

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How does a church become strong? The singular answer is that intentional instruction of the Word of God develops believers toward spiritual maturity. These three-part online sessions on Oct. 15, 22, and 29 (10 a.m. CT) will guide participants in developing an instructional taxonomy for teaching the whole Bible, designing tools to assess the progress of disciples toward spiritual maturity, and creating instructional plans to improve the learning environment within the church. The book Strong Church will be required reading. This learning lab is full. Contact Andrea Gower to place your name on a waiting list or to access the audio recordings.

EVANGEL ARTS AND CRAFTS SHARE
Wordsower International and Grace Baptist Church, Winterset, Iowa, are cohosting an opportunity for Christian artists to share with others in a safe, friendly environment during Evangel Arts and Crafts Share (SHARE) on Oct. 9 and 10. The event will take place in the Evangel Arts Center in Winterset. See SHARE brochure.

MIDWEST CONGRESS OF BAPTIST FUNDAMENTALISTS
“Interpretation Matters: Affirming Our Dispensational Heritage” is the theme of the 2015 Midwest Congress of Baptist Fundamentalists Oct. 26 and 27 at Glacier Canyon Lodge in Wisconsin Dells. The Congress is a regional gathering of individuals who affirm essential Christian doctrine, fellowship in Baptist ecclesiology, and commit to the fundamentals of the gospel as the boundary of Christian fellowship. One of the uniting principles that Baptist fundamentalists share is the interpretive method of approaching the Holy Scriptures, reflected by the theme of the 2015 Congress. The Congress seeks to champion their uniting principles to today’s generation. For more information or to register, visit baptistcongress.org.

ENCOURAGEMENT CONFERENCE FOR PASTORS
M4 Conference, Nov. 2 and 3, hosted by Pastor Scott Poling and Harvest Baptist Church, Oswego, Illinois, is designed with pastors in mind. The conference will offer encouragement for emotions in ministry, inspiration for direction in ministry, wisdom from those experienced in ministry, and friendship with others serving in ministry. Cost is $45. To register or for more information, visit www.harvestnewbeginnings.com or call 630.554.3858.

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The OARBC Conference will meet Oct. 19–21 at Calvary Baptist Church, Chillicothe, Ohio. Attendees will be enriched by the ministry of Warren Mattox, pastor of Community Baptist Church in Cleveland, as he speaks on the theme taken from Habakkuk.


CHURCH TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

Chris Brown of TechPartner, a ministry of Baptist Church Planters, will present the Get Untangled 2.0 technology conference for church and ministry personnel, pastors, and ministry leaders Nov. 13 and 14. The conference will be held on the campus of Summit University. A preconference workshop will be available to help pastors encounter less hassles with technology. For more information or to register, visit getuntangled.org.