2021 Texas Baptists Annual Meeting

Workshops

All workshops will be held at the Hilton Hotel, except Jim Denison's 1:15 PM workshop (GICC Galleon)

Monday, November 15, 2021

Session 1 | 9:15 - 10:15 am

Presenter
Workshop
David Hardage GC2 Movement & Vision
GC2 is a movement of God's people to share Christ and show love.
Thom Rainer, Sam Rainer, Jonathan Smith, Phil Miller The Next Great Movement Among American Churches: The Re-Emerging Healthy Neighborhood Church
Churches nestled in a neighborhood are
positioned for a great and new growth
pattern. In this workshop, discover how to
be a catalyst for health and growth in the
neighborhood church. This workshop is
sponsored by The Center for Church Health
and Church Answers.
Bruce McCoy Resolving Conflict
Navigating personal and church conflicts to healthy relationships.
Ward Hayes & Ray Malone Church Administration: Strengthening Your Church's Testimony
Our budgets and administration are an important part of the testimony of the church. We will improve your church's testimony with new concepts and foundational truths in financial and human resources administration.
Joe Hancock & Jerry Carlisle Beyond the Tithe: Strategies for Generosity
Will your church provide the next generation with what it will need to reach its community? Simply giving from your income will likely fall far short. Strategic stewardship ensures financial resources for today's challenges as well as tomorrow's opportunities. This workshop presents practical ways to help your members discover the joy of participating in God's mission

Session 2 | 1:15 - 2:15 pm

Presenter
Workshop
Timothy Fuller & Oza Jones Race and Reform
Gospel Integration for Racial Reconciliation. When racial issues come up, the response of many Bible believers is,"the gospel is the answer!" While this is true, there is a greater question; 'how" is the gospel the answer? Let’s answer the question of how. He will address how racial reconciliation is possible through the proper integration of the gospel which includes fulfilling the mandates of the Great Commission and the Great Commandment.
Thom Rainer, Sam Rainer, Jonathan Smith, Phil Miller Next Steps for the Post-Pandemic Church
The pandemic has proven churches can change quickly! In this workshop, learn the next steps for the church in the areas of church health, church growth, and church revitalization. This workshop is sponsored by The Center for Church Health and Church Answers.
Jeremy Evans Connecting with Your Online Audience
Since the beginning of Covid churches have moved a lot of their programming online. While that has been good to keep worship services going, it also brought with it the question of how to stay connected in a virtual setting. Several ideas will be offered as to how a church can do this well.
Bennye Bryant Ministers Spouses - Compelled to Christ
The walk and conversations of a pastor’s wife impact the ministries of both the wife and husband. Women are compelled to a relationship in Christ for strength, encouragement, and power! Being compelled is to enjoy an uncontrolled desire to live in the power of the Holy Spirit and the love of Jesus Christ. Join us to gain insight with your sisters and live a life that is Compelled to Christ.
Jim Denison The Coming Tsunami
Why Christians are labeled intolerant, irrelevant, oppressive and dangerous — and how we can turn the tide. Biblical and cultural insight into the four “earthquakes” that are changing the face of American culture and how we can respond courageously and redemptively.

Session 3 | 3:45-4:45 pm

Presenter
Workshop
Ed Stetzer A Post-Covid Missiology
Ed Stetzer will look at the current cultural convulsion, its implications for ministry, and how to lead well in a tumultuous time.
Jim Denison The Coming Tsunami
Why Christians are labeled intolerant, irrelevant, oppressive and dangerous — and how we can turn the tide. Biblical and cultural insight into the four “earthquakes” that are changing the face of American culture and how we can respond courageously and redemptively.

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Session 4 | 8:30-9:30 am

Presenter
Workshop
Dennis Wiles Pastors Roundtable
Recalibrating for the post-pandemic church
Thom Rainer, Sam Rainer, Jonathan Smith, Phil Miller The Next Great Movement Among American Congregations: Church Adoptions Outpace Church Closures
How can a healthy church help and encourage a struggling church? Church closures are more prevalent than ever, but, what if church adoptions could outpace church closures? In this workshop, discover ways to help or be helped by a church through church adoption. This workshop is sponsored by The Center for Church Health
and Church Answers.

Katie McCoy

Beyond the Mask: Ministry to Women in a Post-COVID World
Women's ministries are navigating more than one kind of pandemic. Loneliness, isolation, and the need for meaningful community quietly plague women in, and out of, the church. Discover how your ministry can respond to the personal and cultural issues women face and how to cultivate an intentional, intergenerational ministry to
women.
John Bolin Family Worship
How to spell Worship with your family.
Julie Prudhome Child Sex Trafficking: What Every Church Needs to Know
We will provide an overview of child sex trafficking including definitions, prevalence of the problem, significant factors in the trafficker-victim relationship, investigations of this crime and how churches can be involved in prevention and effective ministry to victims. Child sex trafficking is probably not what you think it is.

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