Best Ministry Workshops

Exceptional offerings are all under one roof at the GARBC Annual Conference, June 22-26, Elyria, Ohio. A record number of workshops are available. Register now.

Look at what our pastors and ministry leaders have to offer you!

  • Theology and the Church: A Plea for Priority and Precision
    Tom Alexander, Wellington, OH
  • Setting a Vision for Women’s Ministry
    Barbara Anderson, Elyria, OH
  • Church 2.0: An Internet Site for Your Ministry
    Dave Bosket, Schaumburg, IL
  • Technology and Media in Worship and Ministry
    Larry Burk, Flint, MI
  • Chaplaincy Update: Q & A with Chaplain Murdoch and the Chaplains
    GARBC Chaplains
  • Fulfilling Your Destiny . . . Impacting Your World
    Lisa Cowman, Quincy, IL
  • Multicultural Classrooms
    Kezia Curry, Leesville, LA
  • Where Do We Go from Here? The Path to Resolving Conflict Biblically
    Randy Gilmore, Fishers, IN
  • Organizing to Get Things Done That Matter Most
    Paul and Craig Golden, NY
  • Your Role in “The Quest”
    Scott Greening, Palatine, IL
  • Biblical Leadership Principles
    John Hartog III, Cambridge, IA
  • You Are Not Half a Mocha Latte! Building Fully Committed and Joyful Singles
    Will Hatfield, Ames, IA
  • Toward a First Century Discipleship-Making Church
    Joe Hayes, Ankeny, IA
  • Breaking Through the Cultural Barrier to Reach Internationals in Your Community
    Chris Hindal, Schaumburg, IL
  • Establishing a Partnership between a Local Church and an International Ministry
    Chris Hindal, Schaumburg, IL
  • Why Pastors Leave the Ministry and How You Can Prevent It
    Dwight LaPine, Rochester, MN
  • All in Favor, Say Aye: The Ins and Outs of Congregational Church Government
    Stan Lightfoot, Colorado Springs, CO
  • Creative Bible Teaching
    Diane Lytle, Clarks Summit, PA
  • Banishing Smoke and Mirrors from Hermeneutics
    Jim Lytle, Clarks Summit, PA
  • Deployment Ministry to Military Families in Your Church and Community
    John Murdoch, Kokomo, IN
  • Safeguarding the Church: An Overseer’s Guide to Finance and Business
    Michael Nolan, Schaumburg, IL
  • Revitalizing Women’s Missions Groups
    Panel of Women
  • Developing a Mentoring Mentality
    Linda Pausley, Avon Park, FL
  • The Power of Storytelling in Ministry
    Ken Pierpont, Taylor, MI
  • Church Killers: Why 80% of Churches Are in Decline
    Ron Schrock, Vacaville, CA
  • An Exposé of the Emerging Church
    Mike Stallard, Clarks Summit, PA
  • A Look at Pastoral Sabbaticals
    Richard Van Heukelum, Waterloo, IA
  • Ensuring Unity, Progress, and Order in Your Sermons
    Dave Warren, Cedarville, OH
  • How to Evaluate Curriculum
    Alan Wilson, Schaumburg, IL
  • Leadership and Loyalty in the Smaller Church
    Don Workman, Streetsboro, OH

Balanced Evangelism Seminars

After serving as senior pastor of Santa Clarita Baptist Church, New Hall, CA, for 25 years, Pete Mothershead is  preaching and conducting evangelism seminars.   Balanced Evangelism Seminars are built on a theological understanding of evangelism that helps believers progress from a methods approach of witnessing to a natural approach, taking away the pressures and fears often associated with evangelism. The goal of Balanced Evangelism is to equip believers in the local church to disciple others in how to witness effectively.  Through this discipleship program, effective evangelistic outreach ministries naturally follow that strengthen the church and bring more to know Christ as Savior.  Those who have experienced the Balanced Evangelism program have affirmed that it has changed how they view witnessing for Christ.

You may contact Pete Mothershead to preach in your church, teach in Sunday School, conduct evangelism seminars, or speak in missions conferences on how to witness naturally and effectively, 661.251.7339 or 661.645.4643 (cell).

School of Church Planting

June 15-18 in Kansas City, Kansas
Learn about reaching your Jerusalem, Judea, and Samaria through relevant and in-depth instruction provided by veteran church planters and sponsored by Baptist Mid Missions. For more information contact Roger McNamara, 540.604.1838.