SNEAK PREVIEW: MAY/JUNE BAPTIST BULLETIN
See what’s coming in the next Baptist Bulletin, to arrive in your mailbox this month:
- Passing on Convictions to the Next Generation (by Keith Kobelia)
- Scoffers (by Steven Harduk)
- Tweets and Peeps: When Social Media and Friends Collide (by Daryl Neipp)
- A Baptist Looks at the Protestant Reformation: It Started with Sausages! (by Jeff Straub)
- The Value of Camp (by G. Austin Gonzales)
- Why Your Pastor Should Consider a Military Ministry (by Bill Gasser)
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Each year, chaplains endorsed by the GARBC gather at the GARBC Annual Conference for training and fellowship. This year, chaplaincy training will take place on Tuesday, June 27, 12:30–4:30 p.m., in North East, Maryland. Speakers include Jim Combs, presenting the topic of addiction, and Steve Viars. Attendees of the GARBC Conference have opportunities to greet and thank our fine group of chaplains.
TWO WEEKENDS OF LYFE WOMEN’S CONFERENCE
Clarks Summit University will host a dynamic conference for women, featuring nationally acclaimed speakers. The LYFE Women’s Conference will be offered over two weekends, June 1–3 and June 8–10 on CSU’s scenic campus. Keynote speaker Christie Lothamer will present this year’s theme, “(re)defined.” The conference will begin on Thursday evenings with a concert by RiSE, a traveling worship team of CSU students. On Friday evenings, 321 Improv will create a unique, interactive comedy experience. A variety of favorite speakers will be returning to present a dynamic selection of more than a dozen workshops. Five meals, including a Friday night banquet, are included. On-campus lodging and discounted rates at local hotels are available. To register, call 570.585.9198, or visit ClarksSummitU.edu/lyfe.
THE CONFERENCE ON THE CHURCH FOR GOD’S GLORY
Pastor David Huffstutler and First Baptist Church, Rockford, Illinois, invite GARBC churches to attend their annual pastors’ conference, The Conference on the Church for God’s Glory on Monday, May 22. This year’s theme will be “Reformation 500,” celebrating the Reformation’s 500th anniversary. Students can attend at a discounted price, and pastors’ wives are invited to attend for free.