SCHAUMBURG, Ill.—The goal of church ministry is to disciple people toward spiritual maturity. How is the process of spiritual growth fostered in the church? Is it possible to measure progress toward the goal of spiritual maturity?
In his years of serving as national representative of the GARBC, John Greening has engaged many pastors and church leaders in thinking about the breadth and depth of spiritual maturity as defined by Christ. He has led church leaders in realizing not only the comprehensive nature of spiritual maturity, but in assessing spiritual maturity among the church family, and in developing an educational plan for fostering spiritual growth.
Through the Regular Baptist Web Community, John is bringing this instruction and assistance online. If you have a heart for growing people toward spiritual maturity, join John online beginning Aug. 8 for “Spiritual Formation of the Believer.”
Another online discipleship course, “Leading Effective Small Groups,” taught by Scott Greening, pastor of Great Commission Baptist Church, Schaumburg, Ill., is beginning on Aug. 1. Through participating in this learning lab, you will gain practical insight on how to help individuals in your church grow closer to God, move your small groups beyond surface interaction, and develop a culture of discipleship that strengthens your church as a whole.
Register today! The four-session “Leading Effective Small Groups” Learning Lab begins Aug. 1 at 4 ET/3 CT/2 MT/1 PT.
Register today! The four-session “Spiritual Formation of the Believer” Learning Lab begins on Aug. 8 at 11 ET/10 CT/9 MT/8 PT.
These two online learning labs are part of a great fall line-up that will enhance your ministry. Interact online with quality content from the comfort or your own home or office.