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March 2015 Regular Baptist Web Community

By January 29, 2015No Comments

RB-Web-Community-thumbnail1The Regular Baptist Web Community benefits you! Exceptional topics for your church ministry are available through the Regular Baptist Web Community. Interact online with quality content from the comfort of your own home or office.



Enjoy excellent instruction from the following web sessions:

Invisible Sound: Keep the Focus on Worshiping God and Off of Your Sound System”—Learning Lab
Three Thursdays: March 5, 12, 19
3 p.m. ET/ 2 p.m. CT/ 1 p.m. MT/ 12 p.m. PT
Dan ChinInstructor: Daniel Chin, Information Technology, Regular Baptist Ministries, Schaumburg, Ill. (See bio.)
Cost: $15
Free for members of GARBC churches
Learn sound system fundamentals for your church, including the system’s function and the basics of connecting and operating it. Topics will include optimizing your system to keep out unwanted noise and maximizing the quality of sound you do want to be heard. Additional emphasis will be placed on wireless microphones and the implications of the upcoming FCC decisions.
“Church Revitalization”—Consultation
Session times to be coordinated with individual churches.Nolan_MichaelJohn

John Greening,        Michael Nolan,
GARBC National      Regular Baptist
Representative        Ministries Treasurer
(See bio.)                (See bio.)
Cost: Free for pastors and deacons of GARBC churches
For registration/info,
e-mail John Greening.
Are you feeling like your church would benefit by fresh, new life? Every church goes through periods of vibrancy and sluggishness. John Greening and Michael Nolan are scheduling a limited number of personal consultations for 2015. Online consultations make it possible for a team of your people to interface with John and Michael. By involving a team, your church can better grasp a vision for revitalization and understand the unique possibilities God has placed within the congregation for distinctive and effective ministry. As a fellowshipping Regular Baptist church, this consulting service is available to you.
“Churches Planting Churches: How Do We Start?” —Webinar
Tuesday, March 10
11 a.m. ET/ 10 a.m. CT/ 9 MT/ 8 a.m. PT
Ken DavisInstructor: Ken Davis,
Project Jerusalem director, Clarks Summit, Pa. (See bio.)
Cost: Free
Register now.
Pastors and church leaders will learn how to follow the Biblical imperative for parenting daughter churches. Gain information on how to prepare your church to become a parenting church or to partner with others in church planting. Topics include expanding corporate vision for church multiplication, identifying and overcoming fears, gaining support of key leaders, and cultivating congregational commitment to parenting baby churches.
“DIY Strategic Planning”—Learning Lab
Three Thursdays: March 5, 12, 19
11:00 a.m. ET/ 10:00 a.m. CT/ 9:00 a.m. MT/ 8:00 PT
JohnInstructor: John Greening, GARBC National Representative,
Schaumburg, Ill. (See bio.)
Cost: $15
Free for members of GARBC churches
You can identify the growth potential God has given your church by following deliberate steps in gathering information from your church and community. Do It Yourself planning can be effective and beneficial!


5 ways the GARBC delivers an exceptional online learning experience to you!

The Regular Baptist Web Community includes five learning venues. Choose one that is best for you.

  • Learning Labs: Shared instruction on a designated ministry-related topic using direct teaching, discussion, problem solving, experimentation, and review. Training occurs in four sessions per topic.
  • Webinars: Specialized instruction on a designated ministry-related topic. Direct instruction takes place in a single session.
  • Cohorts: A discussion group addressing a variety of current topics and challenges in life and ministry. The goal is to learn from others’ experiences and provide encouragement and support.
  • Seminars: Instruction to help you and your church move people toward spiritual maturity. BuildUP Seminars are available for church leadership, church education leaders and volunteers, youth ministers, Sunday School teachers, and parents.
  • Consultations: Online ministry consultations are available to the leadership teams of GARBC churches. To meet your church’s needs, a variety of consultation options are available. GARBC administration team members John Greening, national representative, and Michael Nolan, director of business administration and treasurer, are ready to help and encourage your leadership team.

View Web Community sessions previously offered.