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How to Study Your Bible

How to Study Your Bible

July 29, 2019

Led by Ashley Allen, this audio session teaches a learner how to study their Bible using the principles of inductive study. These include observation, interpretation and application.

Cultural Backdrop: How Did We Get Here?

Cultural Backdrop: How Did We Get Here?

March 13, 2019

Many in our churches and world today wonder how our society and culture arrived where we are currently. How can we better understand society in order to reach those who are far from God with the gospel of Jesus Christ? Ministry does not take place in a vacuum, and culture affects how people think and respond to the gospel. This breakout session recording from the 2019 Disciple Making Conference, led by Ashley Allen, provides an understanding of how society moved from a modern to postmodern culture. 

Living in a Culture of Compromise

Living in a Culture of Compromise

March 13, 2019

Living in a culture where living "set apart" can seem difficult, society communicates it is acceptable to step over boundaries and live as you want. Compromise seems like the only way to function in the world. But Scripture tells believers something different. This breakout session recording from the 2019 Disciple Making Conference, led by Missie Branch, focuses on how those who name the name of Christ can still live according to biblical absolutes without compromising the truth of Scripture. 

Walking With Our Neighbors in Hard TImes

Walking With Our Neighbors in Hard TImes

December 5, 2018

Sometimes reaching our neighbors with the gospel is hard because life can be messy. How can we reach a woman with the gospel when her life seems to to be falling apart, and we have grown weary? This breakout session by our ministry partner, Meredith Snoddy, focuses on biblical and practical ideas for reaching our neighbors and finding encouragement from God's Word for staying the course. 

Singles in Your Neighborhood: More Diverse Than You Think

Singles in Your Neighborhood: More Diverse Than You Think

November 19, 2018

Sadly, when churches say "single adult," the immediate thought is "not married," and a host of characteristics and reasons for a single status are given. Yet, single adult women are much more diverse than their marital status, and they aren't all the same. However, many don't feel welcome in a church or even that there is a place for them within the body of Christ. This recording from the 2018 NC Baptist Annual Meeting focuses on how to reach the growing demographic of "single women" without viewing them as anomalies. 

Holy. Chosen. Beloved.: What Does It Really Mean?

Holy. Chosen. Beloved.: What Does It Really Mean?

November 1, 2018

Jennifer Thoppil // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. The letter to the Church at Colossae has much to apply to the day-to-day living of God’s people. This breakout session recording provides the interpretation and application of the top lessons in Colossians and provides challenge for believers to live in obedience in light of the words in the Book of Colossians.

Loved Much to Forgive Much

Loved Much to Forgive Much

November 1, 2018

Denise O'Donoghue // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. Colossians 3:13 tells us we are to forgive each other, whoever has a complaint against us, and to forgive others the same way Christ has forgiven us. But, what if the person who wronged us never asks for forgiveness? The Bible speaks about forgiveness in many different forms and contexts and reminds believers forgiving others is possible because of the forgiveness God has extended to us through His Son, Jesus. This breakout session recording examines Scripture and the biblical basis of forgiveness.

Discipled to Disciple

Discipled to Disciple

November 1, 2018

Donna Navey // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. Throughout Scripture it is evident one generation invested the things of God into the generation that followed. God’s heart is not for disciple-making to stop with one generation, but it to follow to the subsequent generations. However, at times we can make this more complicated than it really is. This breakout session recording focuses on a clear understanding of what it means to disciple, or mentor, a sister in Christ and provide practical tips to begin and continue the process.

Chosen and Choosing to Share in Everyday Conversations

Chosen and Choosing to Share in Everyday Conversations

November 1, 2018

Anna Kilby // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. You might have heard the term “gospel conversations” and desire to share the gospel of Jesus Christ as you talk with people in everyday conversations, but sincerely do not know where to begin. This breakout session recording introduces you to 4-1-1, which is four questions on one sheet of paper in one hour. You will be equipped with two tools to start gospel conversations by the time you finish this recording.

A Call to Prayer

A Call to Prayer

November 1, 2018

Ellen Day // This is an audio recording from a breakout at the 2018 NC Baptist Women's Retreat. Prayer is communication with God and He wants to hear from His children. This breakout session recording focuses on how to pray, how to pray Scripture and why we should pray individually and corporately. God longs to hear from you; do you long to talk with Him?