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With E-Quip: Just On Time training for leaders.
Watching God at work through Arizona Southern Baptists.
Areas of interest
- 1STVBS Clinics, Mar., April
- 2NDDR Chaplaincy Training, Mar. 14-15
- 3RDEvangelism Dialogue, Mar. 13
- 4THConversational Evangelism, Mar. 21-22
Henna: A creative tool for sharing the gospel
By Julie Evans
We are thrilled with what God is doing here at The University of Arizona! While working in South Asia, Autumn S. learned how to use henna as a tool for sharing the gospel through storying. Henna is dye used to create temporary tattoos for decoration, or in our case, for sharing the gospel.
How well are you reaching the unchurched?. Attend this dialogue March 13, with Dennis Pethers.
Conversational Evangelism Training
2014 SBC Church Compensation Survey begins 01/01/2014
The 2014 SBC church compensation survey will be conducted online January 1 through May 31, 2014, and your help is needed! This survey is a joint effort of all Baptist state conventions, LifeWay Christian Resources and GuideStone Financial Resources. It has been conducted every two years since 1996 to assist Southern Baptist churches, ministers, pastor-search teams and personnel committees to establish competitive compensation and employer-provided benefits for church employees.
Free To Laugh Comedy Event
The Free to Laugh Comedy Event is happening on May 10, 2014 at Comerica Theater in Downtown Phoenix. The purpose of the comedy show is to raise money to fight sex-trafficking and child rape for profit in Arizona and beyond.
State VBS Clinics
State Vacation Bible School Clinics are being conducted during the spring throughout Arizona.More...
Cooperative Program: From You to Eternity
ASBC churches can post submit their staff position openings, search committees can access resumes, and individuals can submit a resume for posting.
2012 SBC Compensation Study
The 2012 Compensation Study was a joint project of state Baptist conventions, GuideStone Financial Resources, and LifeWay Christian Resources. Compensation and congregational data was collected anonymously from ministers and office/custodial personnel of Southern Baptist churches and church-type missions. Reports are based on compensation for over 12,000 respondents from all 42 state conventions.