Below you will find a brief summary of some of our resources. For more information, make a selection from the list.
Of the 7 billion people in the world today, it’s estimated fewer than 20 percent know
Jesus as Savior. The world’s lostness reminds us of the Great Commission’s
importance, but what can you – one person – do? What can your church – a single
congregation – accomplish? Read More
If you missed “HOPE,” the Nov. 10 NWBC annual meeting or want to watch a replay of it, videos of the two evening sessions, along with a series of Soul Care videos from Colorado pastor Joe Chambers, are here. In addition to musical worship, Scripture and prayer, important business items and ministry reports, you’ll find a message from NWBC president Barry Campbell (end of session 1) and a message from NWBC executive director Randy Adams (end of session 2):
Pastor Cluster Groups are regionally-based mentoring networks designed to empower pastors in developing healthy churches which increasingly impact their communities for Christ. The clusters involve a group of 7-12 pastors meeting monthly for six months for training, networking, spiritual development, and encouragement. Cluster groups are led by effective pastor practitioners. Read More
There are about 500 churches in the Northwest Baptist Convention which worship in about a dozen languages. The churches are small and large, rural and urban, traditional and contemporary. Some churches have their own buildings, some share facilities with other churches, and others meet in rented public facilities.All of these different dynamics can make locating the right church a challenge. We want to help. You can contact Heather to find churches by city and state according to your needs.