REV. DR. DREW E. MARSHALL CHRISTIAN EDUCATION WEEK WORKSHOPS
Praises to Jesus Christ!
As part of our 100th year celebration, we at Trinity Missionary Baptist Church are delighted to invite you and your Church Family to attend our Rev. Dr. Drew E. Marshall Christian Education Week this October 1-5, 2018! Please extend this announcement to your Christian Education Director and Sunday School Superintendents in particular.
The scheduled activities include exciting Bible-based adult workshops, challenging youth workshops, as well as creative Children’s workshops. The workshop sessions will be held nightly from 6:00 to 7:10 p.m. (Workshop I) and 7:35 to 8:45 p.m. (Workshop II). Refreshments and childcare, for children less than 3 years old, will also be provided.
The goal of Christian Education Week is to better prepare Christians to live in the way of our Lord and Savior, and to stand on the promises of our God. Our church theme for 2018 is “One Hundred Years of Reaching a City to Touch the World (Matthew 28:18-20 and Acts 1:8)”. During Christian Education Week this theme will be reinforced in the workshops by spiritually-grounded teachers.
All workshops are FREE however, we do ask that everyone who plans to attend register in advance. Please visit our website and register online at CEW.TrinityMBC.org. See the enclosed flyer for workshop descriptions. Feel free to make additional copies of the flyer as needed. It is requested that registration applications be received by Monday, September 18, 2018. They can be either delivered or mailed to Trinity Missionary Baptist Church. Click here to watch the video.
We hope that you will be able to share with us as we endeavor to build the Kingdom of God.
Thank you in advance for announcing this opportunity for spiritual growth to your congregation. These workshops will be a blessing to all who attend as they help strengthen our Christian lives.
Yours in Christ,
Dr. Minnie O. Phillips, Coordinator, Ministry of Christian Education
Rev. Dr. John D. Tolbert, Senior Pastor
Dr. Drew E. Marshall Christian Education Week
Dr. John D. Tolbert, Senior Pastor
Save the Date October 1st to 5th 2018!
Ages 3 & 4 and Grades K-2nd and 3rd -5th
Truly and Wonderfully Made: Disciples Under Construction
The Bible teaches us that our feelings are a gift from God and that He has a purpose for all of them that can be expressed in a good way. This workshop will help participants learn to express feelings in a good way so that they can continue to grow into disciples that are pleasing to God. Emoji’s and other hands-on activities will be used to teach the class.
Grades 6th – 8th and 9th – 12th
#hashtag: Learning How to Think like Jesus as Teenage Disciples
This workshop will teach student how to think like Jesus. It’s easy to be influenced by the latest trends. Teenagers will receive information that will help them form their own opinions and stand firm in today’s modern social media culture. Students will gain a better understanding and therefore believe that the ultimate source of knowledge and wisdom comes from
Personal Spiritual Growth
The Great I Am Statements
This workshop will explore the seven I Am statements of Jesus found in the Gospel of John. During this workshop you will begin to trade feelings of emptiness and depletion for the fullness of knowing who Jesus is like never before by learning the crucial significance behind each of His I AM statements.
A Deeper Relationship with God – Where do I begin?
Do you desire a more intimate relationship with God, but sometimes just don’t know where to begin? In this workshop, you will learn what Spiritual growth really is and the steps needed to get you there. You will discover the common roadblocks that stop Christians from truly connecting with God, and how to break them down in your own life. You will also learn what it means to be spiritually crippled, how to make sure it doesn’t happen to you and how to leave the past in the past and embrace your future In Christ.
How Fit is Your Faith?
Over the course of one’s life you may have had the opportunity to look in the mirror and determined that you are physically unfit. Based on what you see you go about developing a plan to deal with your lack of physical fitness. How would you go about determining the fitness of your faith? Oh, and by the way, how fit is your faith? Do you have a healthy faith-life? Do you need a spiritual check-up? If you sense something might be wrong in your spiritual life, perhaps it’s time to examine your Christian walk; just how do you go about doing that? Take this workshop to find out and walk away with a plan.
Created to Worship: Worship in the Old and New Testaments
This class will study the worship styles of God in the Old and New Testaments with special attention to the elements of worship; the personnel, the words, the symbols, and the acts along with the theology underlying the literature of worship in both Testaments. The class will also discuss contemporary worship styles and whether or not one style is right for everyone.
The Apocalypse! – A Week in Revelation
The book of Revelation was written to seven churches as both encouragement and challenge. An apocalyptic letter, it relies on visions, symbols, and Old Testament references to reveal the ultimate fulfillment of God's promise given to Abraham in Genesis. The book is not a secret code that allows believers to decipher the timeline of Jesus's return.
Instead, it shows that every human kingdom eventually becomes Babylon and must be resisted. Jesus, the slain Lamb who died for the sins of the world, will return one day as King with His followers to prompt repentance. He will remove evil permanently and make all things anew.
That promise motivates every generation of God's people to remain faithful in the midst of persecution until their King returns.
What Christians Believe: The Five Essential Doctrines
There are five basic doctrines of the Christian Church. These doctrines put into simple language the basic theology of our faith, taking into account the full teaching of the Word of God in context. At the end of this workshop, you will have a better understanding as many Christians today from varied backgrounds and denominations fully believe and teach the five core doctrines of the faith.
1. The Trinity: God is one "What" and three "Who’s" with each "Who" possessing all the attributes of Deity and personality.
2. The Person of Jesus Christ: Jesus is 100% God and 100% man for all eternity.
3. The Second Coming: Jesus Christ is coming bodily to earth to rule and judge.
4. Salvation: It is by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone.
5. The Scripture: It is entirely inerrant and sufficient for all Christian life
The Great Commission
The Biblical Foundation of Your Role in the Great Commission
The Great Commission is one of the most important passages in the Holy Bible. It is a special calling from Jesus Christ to all of His followers to take specific action while on this earth. Everyone has a God-given role to play. This workshop will discuss: 1. The Power of the Great Commission (Phil. 4:13 and Matt. 28:18) 2. The Purpose of the Great Commission is to evangelize the unsaved, baptize new believers and to unite the unchurched with a local body (Matt. 28:19-20) 3. The Plan of the Great Commission is to go, witness and proclaim (Matt.29:19, Mark 16:15 and Acts 1:8) 4. The Promise of the Great Commission is His power and presence (Matt. 2818 7 20 and Acts 1:8). The discussion will strengthen your understanding of the role YOU play in the Great Commission, as defined in the Bible by the word of GOD, and how important it is that YOU take this directive, from JESUS CHRIST, seriously.
The Great Commission: A Mandate for All Believers to Create a Personal Strategy
This workshop will assist participants fulfill the mandate by discussing the meaning of discipleship, disciples as learners, membership vs. discipleship and helping participants to identify and examine their spiritual gifts, talents, resources and time. Participants will be able to combine this information so that they can leave the workshop with a personal strategy that will help them tell others about the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ that is not confined to the sanctuary on Sunday mornings. At the end of the week participants will leave with an “I can’t keep it to myself commitment”.