Sunday School

 


Chilton Baptist Association
and
Chilton Baptist Association
Kids Camp
               

Home Page
CBA News
CBA Churches
Links Page
Pray for America
Plan of Salvation

Staff

Ministries:
Bible Institute
Chaplain Ministry
Children's Ministry
Christian Counseling
Christian Ethics & Issues
Church Planting 
Disaster Relief
Discipleship
International Ministry
Jail Ministry
Men's Ministry
Senior Adults
Sunday School
VBS
WMU
Women's Ministry

Cooperative Ministries:
Baptist Collegiate Ministries
New Orleans Bapt Seminary
Pathways Counseling

Partnerships:
Central Assoc of Guatemala

The Church at Pike Road
West Bank Baptist Church

Affiliated Ministries:
Chilton Baptist Builders
Chilton Co Assistance Ctr
Care Net Pregnancy Center

NOTE: Affiliated Ministries are
local, non Southern Baptist
denominational entities.
However, they maintain a
close relationship with the
Association.


 

 

CLICK ON CHILDREN'S BIBLE DRILL LOGO

for resource information on how to start a Bible Drill at your church

or to download and print resources available to use with your group.

Also, contact the Association Office for more information. 755-3188

 

                                       

                                       

 

CLICK HERE for Regional Bible Drill Information (where to go after Association Drill)

 

CLICK HERE for State Bible Drill Information (where to go after District Bible Drill)

 

 

ASSOCIATION BIBLE DRILL

APRIL 10, 2016

2:00 P.M. - West End Baptist Church
 

Association Bible Drill Director: Arie Wise

 

 

 

2016 January Bible Study

Second Corinthians: The Church's Ministry Handbook

What is the ministry of the church? Or a church leader? Of a church member? What does it take to minister effectively
for Christ? What are the right motivations for doing ministry? How do you deal with critics in ministry?

These are pressing questions for the church today. they were no less pressing in first-century Corinth. Paul's Second Letter
to the Corinthians could accurately be termed a handbook on church ministry. The apostle wrote the letter in response to
specific problems that had developed in the congregation - problems that manifested themselves in attacks on his authority,
motives, and methods as a minister. Paul's defense of his ministry in 2 Corinthians gives believers today insight into the nature
and practice of Christian ministry.

This 2016 January Bible Study examines key topics such as the nature of ministry, the power for ministry, and the motivation
for ministry. Adults will be reminded that ministry is the power of God working through them to accomplish His purposes. Adults
will also realize that the foundation and focus of ministry is the gospel of Jesus Christ.

 

 

Authors: Dr. Ken Hemphill, author of the Personal Study Guide, is director of the church planting
and revitalization center of North Greenville University and is the former president of Southwestern
Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds degrees from Wake Forest University, Southern Baptist
Theological Seminary, and Cambridge University.

Gerald Stevens, author of the expository notes, is professor New Testament and Greek at New
Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. He is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi (BS)
and New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (ThD).

Kima Jude, author of the teaching plans, is a pastor's wife. She and her husband helped plant New Day Church (SBC) in the
Dayton, Ohio area after more than 25 years serving established churches in Kentucky, Florida, Arizona, Alabama and Ohio.
She has a BA in journalism from Mars.

 

Click here to order Second Corinthians: The Church's Ministry Handbook Leader Guide

Click here to order Second Corinthians: The Church's Ministry Handbook Student Gu

 

 

TOP 10 THINGS A JANUARY BIBLE STUDY WILL DO FOR YOUR CHURCH

10.  Offer flexibility for use on Wednesday nights or Sundays, and any other month of the year.

  9.  Refresh Sunday School teachers and leaders as they become learners.

  8.  Nurture the spiritual journey of children as they observe their parents prioritizing the study of God's Word.

  7.  build attendance at a time when it's traditionally low.

  6.  Allow pastors to preach in-depth from one book of the Bible.

  5.  Involve the entire family in coordinated Bible study.

  4.  Reassert the church's priority of Bible study as anew year begins.

  3.  Help unchurched families see the value of an ongoing Bible study group.

  2.  Strengthen members as they enjoy some of the church's best Bible teachers discussing a common text.

  1.  Draw people into a study of God's Word and transform them.

 

 

CLICK BELOW FOR WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL HELPS

http://www.lifeway.com/myextra/?emid=6

Return to Top

Contact Us...

 Telephone: 205-755-3188

  Fax: 205-280-2188

  Mailing Address:  PO Box 1260, Clanton, AL 35046
Physical Address:  1108 4th Avenue North, Clanton, AL  35045

E-mail us