Events at SBTexas
Join us either in the SBTC offices or via online streaming for our monthly Chapel service at 10:45 AM.
October chapel speaker: Andrew Hebert, Pastor at Paramount Baptist Church, Amarillo.
"Raising and Discipling Kids in Today's Culture" with Mason Randall
Pastors and church staff of all ages are invited to gather and network together at these four regional Connect Network events in 2018. Dr. David Fleming, pastor of Champion Forest Baptist Church in Houston will share pastor-to-pastor in each of these four laid back, relational settings.
Please join us for, We Will Pray, a resource designed to assist the pastor in leading the local church to a culture of prayer.
This workshop will include ideas for greater inclusion of people in the church in the prayer ministry and for leading them to pray specifically for the pastor and to stand against the Enemy in prayer. Please invite all prayer leaders in your church to attend.
Orador: Dr. Luis Díaz-Pabón, Editor General de la Biblia del Pescador
The SBTC's twenty-first Annual Meeting in Houston on Nov. 12-13 is held at Second Baptist Church, North (Kingwood). Childcare is available only with pre-registration.
The theme for the Annual Meeting is Entrusted from 2 Timothy 2:2.
Speakers: Terry Turner, Matt Boswell, Gregg Matte
Young pastor, we would like to invite you to join us for roundtable talks and your wife to join us for a wives only worship service. Dinner and panel discussions will follow. Come to network. Come to be encouraged and equipped. Come to learn what The NextGen Pastors Network will look like in 2019. You'll be glad you did.
3:00 – 3:15 PM — Check-in
3:15 – 4:50 PM — Roundtable Talks & NextGen Wives Worship
5:00 – 6:00 PM — Dinner & Panel Discussion
The SBTC Executive Board will be meeting in Houston following the Annual Meeting. They convene three times a year to carry out the work of the Convention and hear reports of the missions and ministries of the SBTC. There are forty-four members of the Executive Board. The President, Vice-President and Secretary of the Convention also serve on the Executive Board by virtue of their office.
"Dealing With Difficult Church Members" with Jimmy Draper
As a former pastor, denominational leader and successful Christian businessman, Jimmy Draper, President Emeritus of Lifeway, brings invaluable insight to the table on this topic. Together we discuss key factors at play that make some church members difficult to deal with, things to keep in mind in conflict, and several practical tips for loving and leading them with grace.
The SBTC office will be closed Nov. 22nd and 23rd in observance of Thanksgiving.
The SBTC offices will close starting on Dec. 24th in celebration of the Christmas and New Year holiday season and will reopen on January 2, 2019.