American culture is increasingly hostile to the doctrinal and ethical truth claims of Christianity. This presents challenges for our public witness, but we must love our neighbors in the public square by being both convictional and compassionate.
What would people in your community say about your church who don’t attend your church? Would they miss you if you closed your doors next weekend or moved to another zip code? We will begin to process these questions together as we work to create a unique mission strategy for you to be the light …
In this session, we’ll focus on returning to what got you into student ministry in the first place.
Ministry Assistants offer more than their administrative knowledge and technical skills. Have you ever considered that God prepared and called you to serve him and your church or association in this role? Let’s learn the “ABCs” of those who first served and apply those attributes to our resourcefulness.
We know we need to reach our communities to fulfill the Great Commission, but doing that in a post-pandemic world can be challenging. During this breakout session, we will explore multiple creative approaches to help you engage your community and provide access to the Gospel.
This breakout will serve to help churches learn how to seek the peace of their community through service and prayers, showing how God prospers communities through his people’s prayers and hands.
Join us for a collaborative think tank that delves into the crucial topic of how churches can create pathways for women to be in ministry vocationally. Women have an indispensable role in the Church, and we, as Southern Baptists, value their voice, gifts, and wisdom. This session will explore innovative strategies and practical steps for …
The college campus is a mission field to be engaged and a mission force to be equipped. What would it look like for your church to engage and equip college students with the Gospel, both on campus and for a lifetime?
Join us for a crucial session aimed at addressing the pressing need to connect with the over 1 million unchurched African Americans in South Carolina.
The Bible says “there’s nothing is new under the sun,” yet AI seems to be an exponentially pivotal moment in emerging technology. In a world that can’t be trusted and a cooperative effort whose currency is trust, the future church must get this one right.