We are happy to announce we will be offering English as a Second Language training classes for the purpose of reaching more people for Jesus. The dates are:
August 21, 5:30–9:00 p.m.
August 22, 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
The cost is $25 per person which includes meals, snacks, and training manual. For more information please call Debbie Baskin at 912–585-9385 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our DBA Revival Preparation Seminar with evangelist Jon Reed is tonight, May 21st. We will begin at 7 p.m. at Higgston Baptist (pastors who made reservations will meet at 6 for supper). This will help pastors and Â congregations prepare for upcoming revivals as well as other evangelistic meetings. I hope to see each of our churches represented at this very important training event. Each person will be encouraged to purchase the manual for $10 as it will be very beneficial in the training however it is not mandatory.
Sardis Baptist in Wheeler County is looking for a Youth Director/Leader. If you or someone you know may be in interested in this important position please call pastor Wayne Bennett at 912–375-2387 for more information.
Please remember we are offering our wonderful DBA camps again this summer. SURGE (camp for Middle and High School Students) will again be at Brewton-Parker College with inspirational speaker Clint Purvis (chaplain of several sports teams at Florida State University) and awesome music by Jonathan and Lisa Moore. Our planning teams are busy at work and we are hoping to reach hundreds of students for Christ this summer. So, please help us get the word out by sharing our camp information with children, students, parents, and grandparents. For more details on both our Student (SURGE) and Childrenâ€™s Camps please paste http://bit.ly/1Fh8Nn7 into your web browser and download the available registration forms.
To discover ways you can partner with our Association in reaching our community, state, and world for Jesus please go to http://bit.ly/1pdc2Sr by pasting it in your web browser.
Quote of the Day
Spiritual disciplines are provided for our good, not for our bondage. They are privileges to be used, not duties to be performed.