Dan Summerlin, who pastored four churches of different sizes in five decades, shared insights of what he learned from each decade during the Shepherding Conference in Lexington, Kentucky.
Change is inevitable in all areas of life and includes changes for individuals, businesses and even denominational organizations and churches, says seminary president Jeff Iorg.
Planning team leader Ryan Scantling says participants can expect the interactive event to “help college ministry leaders capture God’s vision for their life and ministry, while forming layers of encouragement and accountability for it.”
“When the invitation began,” one pastor noted, “and I began to see people raising their hands, then responding, it was an answered prayer. I think the most surprising thing was the number of students in the choir who responded!”
Two Hispanic Leadership Workshops in New Mexico recently provided training for 105 pastors and church leaders.
“It’s incredible what God allows us to be a part of when we join in His mission,” said IMB President Paul Chitwood. “And it’s only going to get batter as Southern Baptists work together on mission through Send Relief.
Georgia Baptists are heading into a pair of evangelism conferences with a full head of steam, having seen a 30% increase in baptisms over the past year and more than 92% increase since 2020.
There will be two evangelism workshops held this spring in the Dakotas. Unlike previous years, each workshop will have a different theme and focus.
Attendees can network, share best practices and learn the latest methods for positively impacting their ministry. Training sessions will help sharpen their abilities as they serve in churches, associations or other agencies.
What do a virtual reality lab, a selfie studio, a comedy show and an NHL locker room have in common? If you’re Zac Workun, these venues are prime settings for youth ministry training.