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Improving Your Ministry Skills

By September 2, 2010November 11th, 2014No Comments

Planning for Spiritual Growth
Optimize the opportunities for your church to grow spiritually. Blueprint Seminar will help you put together a plan for helping your people develop spiritual maturity. The next RBP Blueprint Seminar is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 25, in Muncy, Pa. Register now!

Seminar Builds Parenting Skills
Would you like to help parents at your church be more effective in their role? Are you interested in helping your church make new relationships in the community by offering parenting classes? Impact Parenting Seminar can assist your ministry! Register now for a Sept. 11 Parenting Seminar for parents and church leaders, led by John and Daria Greening, held in Kansas City, Kan. Interested in finding out more about hosting a seminar in your church? E-mail Michael Nolan.

Pastor Think Tank: Supporting Nationals
Thursday, Sept. 16 10:00–11:00 a.m. CDT

We will be discussing issues regarding the support of nationals as part of the church’s missions budget. Much of the literature that deals with supporting national pastors or church planters notes the hazards—and for good reason. However, when comparing the financial support of five church planters for $500 a month to the financial support of one American for $5,000 a month, we realize the need to investigate this topic further. This is an issue every pastor needs to consider. Register now!

Quest Connects with Issues
Would you like to stimulate your thinking on ministry issues? Become a reader, even a submitter on the Quest website! To log on, no age ID is required. Quest leaders welcome older pastors to participate as well. Keep your mind sharp!

Peace-making Emphasis for Pastors

On Monday, Sept. 13, Byron Baptist Church, Byron, Mich., will host pastors for inspirational fellowship, centering on the theme “Building a Culture of Peace.” Pastor Dan Pugh of Montrose Baptist Church, Montrose, Mich., will lead the group in considering how to Build a Culture of Peace personally as pastors, within family units, and as a church. The Biblical instruction will consider both the negative and positive aspects of conflict, and will work through developing and providing leadership toward a vision for gospel-centered peacemaking. The program, which  will include a time for questions, think-tanking, and prayer, will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and is free of charge. A $3 donation is suggested for lunch. For inquiries, contact host pastor Tom Cooper: 810-266-4776, email:

Strength for the Inner Man Seminar

Hosted by West Cannon Baptist Church, Belmont, Mich.