Starting Well - Land Mines in Ministry - Session 1
"Start Well" is a series of vignettes between two seasoned pastors about the land mines that can sabotage those first five years of ministry. Their Biblical insights and experiences can make the difference for success and failure. Join Peter Roebbelen and Bob Shelton as they discuss - Starting Well.
Learn practical tips on how to maximize effective use of portable digital devices, pod casting, tele-conferencing, Global Positioning Systems, and more. Presented at the 2008 Summit of the Network of Baptist Associations (www.NoBAsbc.org)
This session focuses on discovering how to make choices for living out the purposes of God. Explore the intentional decision making process that believers must make to fulfill God's mission. Content is based on the book "Intentional Living" by Andrea Mullins.
Preaching must be done in the context of a storm. Out of the fear of change barriers or storms must be overcome to advance the work of the Kingdom of God. Preaching for church growth must be a focus for the 21st Century Church.
Dr. Cobb gives a 35,000 view of Christianity from it's beginnings in Palestine and traces it's influence throughout the world. In this final session he touches on the challenges Christianity faces in the 21st century.
Where do you start when you are planting a church in a major US city or a community of over a 100,000 people? It can feel overwhelming and make the beginning impact seem insignificant. Once you know that God has asked you to go you must start somewhere. Here is a helpful place to find application to your quest for obedience to God's call.