Communicating Characteristics of Disciple-Making Teachers

What plans do you have for communicating characteristics of disciple-making teachers? Perhaps the following information from a recent post from Ken Braddy, 5 Characteristics of Disciple-Making Teachers based upon the book by Robby Gallaty, Growing Up: How to be a Disciple who Makes Disciples, could give you information that you could use when communicating your

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Fulfillment in the Second Chair

— Mike Bonem “I have labored to no purpose. I have spent my strength in vain and for nothing.” I don’t know how many times I’ve heard words like this from the second chair church ministry leader who is in the midst of a season of discouragement. Experiencing fulfillment in the second chair is possible, yet many times,

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And All Other Duties As Assigned

– By Mike Bonem “And all other duties as assigned.” This is commonly the last line in a job description, but the practical reality for many second chair leaders is that this is their first responsibility. This simple truth can be frustrating and confusing. It’s confusing when you’re not sure what your priorities should be

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Take the Lead: Discover and Develop Leaders

BACE is coming to Oklahoma! If you lead your church’s Small Group or Sunday School ministry, the BACE Conference on April 5-6 at Quail Springs Baptist Church in OKC is designed with you in mind. BACE (Baptist Association of Christian Educators) is a nationwide organization for people just like you: folks who lead their church’s small

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The Next Conference I Go To . . .

– By Joseph Brasher Back in April of 2016 I had the pleasure of spending some time at Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary for the annual BACE (Baptist Association of Christian Educators) Conference. It was a great time to connect with fellow ministers of education and those involved in discipleship throughout the country. It was also a

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