Kentucky Baptist Convention will offer

The local church was designed by God to be His primary channel of mercy to the poor in our community and around the world. Many churches are involved in mercy ministry through community outreach, but how effective are we? It’s not enough just to meet the immediate or felt need – we must do more. Participants will examine solid biblical teaching that will equip them for leading their churches in gospel-centered ministry. Workshops will include teaching by ReThink Mercy staff, solutions for real-life ministry scenarios, discussion and tools for engaging the lost through mercy ministry.

Topics include:

  • Sin, its consequences and God’s merciful character
  • Defining and understanding poverty
  • Necessity of gospel proclamation in mercy ministry
  • Ramifications for gospel-centered mercy ministry
  • Goals for mercy ministry
  • Mission of the church and how it relates to mercy ministry
  • God and the gospel as the source of mercy
  • Why believers show mercy to others in need
  • Priorities of the church in mercy ministry
Feb. 12, Kentucky Baptist Building, Louisville, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (EST)
Feb. 13, Warren Association of Baptists, Bowling Green, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. (CST)
Cost to register is: $15 (includes ReThink Mercy manual, materials and lunch)
For more information, contact the Missions Mobilization Team
at (502) 489-3530 or missions@nullkybaptist.org

 





 

 

 

 

DISASTER RELIEF TRAINING IN 2015


You can register online at www.kybaptist.org  or by calling KBC 1-800-266-6477.

 

 **D.R. Training/Recertification is required to be involved in a callout**

 

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