Eastward ho! Sandy Cove, here we come for the 2017 GARBC Conference, June 27-30. A great reunion is about to take place!
Don’t let the savings pass you by! GARBC Conference preregistration ends Friday, June 9.
When serving the Lord, pastors and church members desire to give Him their best. Workshops at the 2017 GARBC Conference June 27–30 will offer practical, …
Don’t let the savings pass you by! Register by Friday, May 12 for the GARBC Conference and receive the discount rate.
The GARBC Conference offers excellent workshops to grow in the knowledge of God’s Word and gain ministry skills.
Think Maryland, think refreshment! Get a taste of the 2017 GARBC Conference, June 27–30, through the following short video. Conference week is a great opportunity …
Children make the GARBC Conference complete! From babies to high schoolers, children enjoy going to the conference.
NORTH EAST, Maryland—Members of the 2017 GARBC Conference committee recently met in the beautiful setting of Sandy Cove Ministries Center to plan the association’s annual …
Excellent speakers will bring Biblical instruction on best practices of the church at the 2017 GARBC Conference, June 27–30. Plan now to attend.
Mark June 27–30, 2017, on your calendars and plan now to attend the GARBC Conference at Sandy Cove in Maryland.
Friday, July 1, 2016. As the conference attendees and exhibitors head out to their vehicles, preparing for their journeys home, there is a palpable sense …
Daniel Davey finished out the 2016 conference’s sermon series, “Preaching Christ from the Old Testament,” with a message from Isaiah 53. “When we look at …
Dr. Jim Lytle delivered the sermon on Thursday’s final session. His text was Psalm 2, an enthronement Psalm that is shot through with references to …
Just as God expects living things to be fruitful and multiply, so He expects churches to do the same, suggested Dr. Ken Davis at the …
Storytelling is a part of all cultures and is a great way to communicate spiritual truth, Mike Augsburger shared in his workshop during the GARBC Conference.
Mickey Farlow, evangelism and discipleship pastor of Harvest New Beginnings, led a workshop on outreach at the 2016 GARBC Conference, which was held at Harvest …
“Preaching Christ from the Old Testament” was a preconference module offered in connection with the 2016 GARBC conference, which took place at Harvest New Beginnings, …
“Some have called this the fifth gospel,” Daniel Davey said on Thursday morning of the GARBC Conference, referring to the book of Isaiah.
On Wednesday evening, National Church Planting Coordinator Clare Jewell enthusiastically introduced the Genesis initiative to GARBC Conference attendees. The goal of the initiative is to plant 100 new Regular Baptist churches by 2025.
In the days of Isaiah, Judah was a kingdom in decline. “If only Israel could have a king that would exude all of David’s good traits and none of his bad ones,” Daniel Davey mused in his sermon on Wednesday evening.
Ladies attending the GARBC Conference enjoyed the beautiful grounds of Emerson Creek Pottery during a ladies’ get-together.
National Representative John Greening and his wife, Daria, were honored after the Wednesday evening session of the GARBC Conference. With a surprise ceremony celebrating the Greenings’ two decades of leadership ministry to the association, Council of Eighteen chairman Ken Floyd Spink delivered a touching tribute.
On June 29, the new 2016–17 Council of Eighteen was formally introduced to the attendees of the GARBC Conference. Voting messengers had cast their ballots …
Pastors’ wives of all ages gleaned from the instruction and encouragement given by Tonda Curry at a GARBC Conference women’s workshop.
“You had a chance to hear a workshop on culture wars or outreach and preaching, and yet you chose to attend one on continuity and …
“Nothing can prepare a dad to see his son suffer,” said Pastor Scott Poling as he opened Wednesday’s second general session. Poling, senior pastor of …
Using Genesis 3:15 as his focal passage, Dr. Jim Lytle spoke on the simple message of “Jesus Saves” on Wednesday morning of the GARBC Conference.
At 11:15 Thursday morning at Harvest New Beginnings, Dr. Scott Carroll will share a presentation on ancient manuscripts of the Bible and related artifacts.
Two thousand years ago, two disciples were confused, dejected, and dismayed. Today our world is filled with people just as dejected and perplexed. “Are we, like Christ, intersecting with people who are confused and disappointed by life’s circumstances?” asks John Greening.
The GARBC’s Council of Eighteen met on Monday, June 27, for its first business and planning meeting of 2016. Opening the meeting, chairman Ken Floyd commented on the continuing seismic shifts in the nation’s social arena.
Harvest New Beginnings, Oswego, Illinois, is graciously hosting the 2016 GARBC Conference, June 28—July 1.
For many attending the GARBC Conference, it’s a reunion of connecting with friends and acquaintances. What better to include in a reunion than a picnic!
Be encouraged in God’s Word! Attend the GARBC Conference at Harvest New Beginnings Church, in Oswego, Illinois, June 28—July 1. Value the richness of Christ …
“Inspired: Scrolls to Scriptures,” a portable, hands-on museum exhibit that tells the story of the composition and preservation of the Bible, will be featured at …
Get in on great savings! Plan now to attend the 2016 GARBC Conference in Oswego, Illinois.
Attend the GARBC Conference, and leave not just as informed people but as people who have been transformed by the glory of the gospel.
New to the GARBC Conference this year are two modules. These modules are incredible opportunities to enhance your ministry through seminary-level teaching at an affordable …
Each year, 18 of your peers, colleagues, pastors, and ministry leaders serve a vital role in the association by representing you on the Council of …
The 2016 Conference in Oswego, Illinois, is shaping up to be a great conference! Get a sneak preview at the brochure and plan on attending. …
Plan now to attend the 2016 GARBC Conference June 28—July 1 in Oswego, Illinois.
GARBC churches met for the association’s 2015 National Conference June 29—July 3 in Omaha. Read stories, view photos, and listen to audio from each day of the conference.
John Greening, national representative for the GARBC, preached the final message of the 2015 conference on Friday morning. His title was “The Benediction-Driven Church.” Benedictions …
To one degree or another, trials and persecutions are likewise inevitable for every faithful Christian. The pressing issue, then, is not if trials are coming, but how believers will respond when they do.
The singing of the classic hymn “The Church’s One Foundation” is a perfect segue to the morning message, “Union with Christ: Our Future.”
“I just want God to be the main focus,” says Gabrielle Gerber of Indianola, Iowa. She is one of several teens competing in the national Talents For Christ competition in Omaha.
God’s prescriptions for preparation in the midst of trouble are always trustworthy, reliable, and perfect, even when at first blush they don’t seem to make sense.
Christmas Day, 1914. It is bitterly cold on the Western front. British soldiers are hunkered down in their trenches sipping hot beverages and trying to wrap their uniforms just a little tighter to ward off the stinging bite of the wintry air.
Pastor’s wife Melissa Wiita made an instant connection with women attending the 2015 GARBC Conference workshop “Walking Life’s Tightrope: Maintaining Balance.”
During a well-attended business meeting on June 30, voting messengers from GARBC churches elected new members to the Council of Eighteen.
The timing could not have been more serendipitous if it had been orchestrated. Just three days before the GARBC’s 2015 annual conference, the United States Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nationwide.
What pops into your mind when you think of coffee, hot chocolate, or tea? Is it fellowship, conversation, and hospitality?
The relationship of Christians to the Law is a sticky theological issue. Paul Hartog kicked off Tuesday morning’s conference session with “Union with Christ: Our Freedom.”
Bible in hand, John Greening looks out over a packed conference room and asks a series of pointed questions. “How will we respond when our back is up against the wall? When we find ourselves pressured? When we find ourselves facing hostility from the culture around us?”
On June 29, the GARBC’s Council of Eighteen met for a strategic planning session. As the meeting opened, participants were reminded of the turbulent times in which we live, but also of the steadfast faithfulness and unfailing sovereignty of God.
Those unable to attend the GARBC conference can now access the sessions online!
The GARBC staff arrived in Omaha, Nebraska, on the evening of Sunday, June 28, eager to kick off the 2015 national conference.
As conferees arrive at the host hotel, DoubleTree by Hilton, in downtown Omaha, they can take advantage of complimentary parking contracted by the association.
Join us for Late Night with RBP Monday evening in Midlands for a sundae bar and fun for the whole family.
How can the theme of coffee be incorporated into our lives as a connection and encouragement with each other? Join Alne Hartog and enjoy a time of connection and encouragement as we ignite within us the joy of hospitality!
This year’s GARBC Conference promises to be rich in theological teaching and practical application! Sixteen workshops on various topics will provide something for everyone.
While attending the 2015 GARBC Conference, enjoy staying at the beautiful and relaxing Double Tree Hotel in downtown Omaha.
Your church can make a significant impact on the association by participating in the Council of Eighteen nominations.
Make sure to include the GARBC Conference in your summer plans. You will not only benefit from an incredible conference, great training, and genuine fellowship, but also from a great city!