Students Alive! kicked off day three of the 2017 conference with two great sessions featuring Matthew Malin (Piedmont International University) and Caleb Acree (Faith Baptist Bible College). For the morning activity, students attacked opposing squads in some rousing matches of ...more
John Greening reported to the attendees of the 2017 GARBC business meeting on Thursday, June 29, that he will be retiring as national representative of the association. The target date for the end of his tenure is June 2018, pending ...more
Alumni and friends of Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary enjoyed cheesecake, fellowship, and giveaways following the last evening session of the 2017 GARBC Conference. Dr. Jim Tillotson, Faith’s president, served as speaker.
Attendees of the reception also heard updates and ...more
“What you have to decide is, is the church going to be a haven of grace?” The question Steve Viars poses is a probing one. At a surface level, of course, every church would reply in the affirmative. But isn’t ...more
In his youth ministry workshop on Wednesday morning, Josh Jones of Breesport (New York) Baptist Church asked a question that can be transformative to any ministry: Are we frustrated by the obstacles we face, or are we burdened for the ...more
“If we asked our neighbors to just brainstorm words that come to their minds when they think about our church, how long would it be before the word ‘compassion’ would come to their lips?” Steve Viars, pastor of Faith Church ...more
“It pays good money to be a hypocrite today,” said Pastor Mike Hess of Calvary Baptist Church in Mount Pleasant, Iowa, at the beginning of Wednesday morning’s general session. “It pays a lot of money.” He described the wealth that ...more