Thursday
Jul262012

Master’Singers retreat Sept. 20-21

Master’Singers, a ministry of the Arkansas Baptist State Convention (ABSC) leadership and worship team, will hold a retreat at Park Hill Baptist Church, North Little Rock, Sept. 20-21. The event will include fellowship, music and worship.

Master’Singers is a musical group for ministers of music and other staff members and their spouses, as well as for choir members with a recommendation from their minister of music. The group sings for the ABSC annual meeting, at two churches during the year and at a prison in the spring.

A participation form for the Master’Singers retreat is available at www.absc.org/music under “Master’Singers” on the right side of the page.

For more information, contact Nancy Rose at 800-838-2272, ext. 5121.

Thursday
Jul262012

Poverty 101 seminar Aug. 18

The Arkansas Baptist State Convention (ABSC) missions ministries team will host Poverty 101: Understanding and Ministering to Those Who Live in Poverty from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 18 at the ABSC building.

Mindy Jamison, a North American Mission Board consultant, will serve as conference leader. The conference will bring understanding to generational poverty while examining the culture and mindset of those living in poverty. It will explore the most effective ways to minister to the impoverished.

Lunch will be provided.

To register, email oraines@absc.org. Registration deadline is Aug. 10.

Thursday
Jul262012

Literacy training Aug. 3-4

SHERWOOD – A Literacy Missions Training Workshop is scheduled for Aug. 3-4 at Baring Cross Baptist Church, Sherwood. Training will begin at 2 p.m. Aug. 3 and will conclude the next day at 5 p.m. For more information, call 501-376-4791, ext. 5150.

Thursday
Mar222012

IFest set for May 4-5 at OBU

ARKADELPHIA – IFest, a conference for Arkansas Baptist student instrumentalists, has been scheduled for May 4-5 on the campus of Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia.

The two-day event, which is sponsored by the Arkansas Baptist State Convention in conjunction with Ouachita Baptist University, will include a large ensemble instrumental experience and will conclude with a concert performance May 5 in Ouachita’s Jones Performing Arts Center Auditorium.

Craig Hamilton, chairman of the music education department at Ouachita, will serve as conductor.

Students must be recommended by church leaders or band directors to attend iFest. Selection will be based on the individual student’s musical experience, as well as comments provided by the recommending official.

Students are responsible for providing their instruments, sticks and mallets. Percussion equipment will be provided.

Nominations must be postmarked by Friday, April 13. Participants will receive notification through their sponsors by email April 20.

For more information, including costs, nomination forms, brochures, audition material, directions and area hotels and restaurants, go to www.absc.org/music or contact Nancy Rose at 800-838-2272, ext. 5121, or nrose@absc.org.

Thursday
Mar222012

Ministry training sessions set

Chaplaincy and ministry training events will be held in April. Sponsored by the Arkansas Baptist State Convention missions ministries team, the events are designed to help prepare Arkansas Baptists to minister in crisis situations.

Critical Incident Stress Management ICISF-certified training will take place April 25-26 at the Arkansas Baptist State Convention Building and April 27-28 at Second Baptist Church, Jacksonville. The April 25-26 session will offer training in Emotional and Spiritual Care in Disaster Operations, as well as in Individual Crisis Intervention and Peer Support. The April 27-28 session will offer training in Group Crisis Intervention.

Police and Fire Chaplain Basic Training will be held April 27-28 at Second Baptist Church, Jacksonville. The 12-hour course will equip both current and future police and fire chaplains with basic skills, including death notification and responding to a crisis situation.

Ministry Training Day is set for April 28 at Second Baptist Church, Jacksonville. This training – meant for pastors, deacons, Sunday school teachers, care group leaders and church members – will focus on health care ministry, prison and jail ministry, re-entry and aftercare ministry and how to begin nontraditional chaplaincy outreaches.

For more information on all events, visit www.absc.org/chaplaincyevents or call Pam Rosinbaum at 800-838-2272, ext. 5249.

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