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2 Small Groups Sundays at 5:00PM-6:15PM, September 13, 2009 – August 22, 2010

3 Our Purpose and Goals

4 Purpose of our Church The purpose of Community Baptist Church is to bring glory to God – How? 1. by worshipping the Lord in righteousness and holiness, 2. by evangelizing the lost at home and abroad, 3. by edifying and equipping the saints through Bible-centered preaching and teaching, and 4. by dwelling together in warm, Christian fellowship

5 Purpose of Small Groups  Essentially the same as the church, but specifically focusing on the 3 rd and 4 th clauses:  A place to edify and equip the saints through Bible-centered preaching and teaching (Ephesians 4:11 – 16)  A vehicle for warm, Christian fellowship

6 (11) And he gave the apostles, the prophets, the evangelists, the shepherds and teachers, (12) to equip the saints for the work of ministry, for building up the body of Christ, (13) until we all attain to the unity of the faith and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to mature manhood, to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ

7 (14) so that we may no longer be children, tossed to and fro by the waves and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by human cunning, by craftiness in deceitful schemes. (15) Rather, speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ, (16) from whom the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love.

8 Small Group Departments

9  Nursery – Michelle Sappington - Director  Elementary Department Alex Dunn - Director  Teachers: Betty Mashburn, 3-4 year olds Mike & Missy Gentile, K5-2 nd Alex & Dottie Dunn, 3 rd -6 th  Youth Department Chad Morris - Director  Youth Leaders Lauren Morris; Keith & Jenny Rogers  Adult Department – Pastor Mike -Director

10 Adult Small Groups Community Baptist Church

11 Workers in the small groups 1. Shepherd Leader of the small group Leads opening assembly Oversees the other small group directors and holds them accountable Assists Outreach Director with visitation Assists the teachers (serves as substitute teacher) 2. Outreach Director Takes attendance and collects visitor cards Assigns all absentee contacts and visits Absent 1 st week – Absent 2 nd week – phone call Absent 3 rd week – visit from class member Absent 4 th week – visit from pastor Participates in weekly visitation

12 Workers (continued) 3. Care Director Organizes care for those with special needs (meals, serious financial needs, cards, etc.) Keeps Pastor Mike informed of upcoming surgeries and serious care needs 4. Missions Director Reads missionary prayer updates Informs class of special needs and prayer requests Coordinates monthly correspondence with missionaries 5. Activities Director Plans, promotes and oversees at least 2 class activities Plans creative ways to encourage fellowship 6. Teacher Prepares 8-week Bible study series Rotates through each small group

13 Small Group Classes 1. Class A  Shepherds – Dave & Sara Mincy  Outreach Director - ?  Care Director – Jennifer McLean  Missions Director – Paul & Michelle Sappington  Activities Director – Tim & Jen Beatty 2. Class B  Shepherds – Jerry & Denise Younge  Outreach Director – Mike & Elsie Brantley  Care Director – Carmella Parsons  Missions Director – Rolando & Marilou Sabina  Activities Director – Jeff & Ethel Reese

14 Additional Classes 3. Truth Project  Teachers – Rich & Lydia Wells  Thursdays, 7-9PM  September 3 rd – November 19 th, Netcasters Evangelism Training  Teacher – Pastor Mike  Sundays, 4-4:45PM  September 13 th – November 29 th, 2009

15 Small Group Teachers Bobby Bryan Judges Jay Mashburn Ephesians Rich Wells Nehemiah Steve Anderson The Pursuit of Holiness by Jerry Bridges

16 What class am I in? (See handout)

17 Teaching Schedule 1 st Rotation – September 13 th – November 1 st, 2009  Class 1 – Jay Mashburn  Class 2 – Bobby Bryan 2 nd Rotation – November 8 th, 2009 – Jan. 17 th, 2010  Class 1 – Bobby Bryan  Class 2 – Jay Mashburn 3 rd Rotation – January 24 th – March 21 st, 2010  Class 1 – Rich Wells  Class 2 – Steve Anderson 4 th Rotation – March 28 th - June 13 th, 2010  Class 1 – Steve Anderson  Class 2 – Rich Wells Summer Series – June 27 th – August 22 nd, 2010  Combined classes with Pastor Mike

18 Weekly Class Schedule  5:00 – 5:10: Welcome & Announcements  5:10 – 5:20:  Prayer requests  Missionary update (Missions Director)  Assignment of visits (Outreach Director)  Care needs (Care Director)  5:20 – 5:30: Prayer time  5:30 – 6:15: Teaching

19 CBC Youth Ministry

20 Name

21  When our teenagers have an eternal perspective they will experience… 1. Right Priorities 2. Right Relationships 3. Right Living Explanation

22 Leadership

23 Chad Morris …and you thought I was immature Youth Director

24 Youth Leaders

25 Keith & Jenny Rogers

26  “The Purpose of the CBC T.E.E.N. youth staff is disciple teenagers into becoming God- loving, Word-filled, Ministry-minded servants for Christ.” Purpose for the leadership

27  Colossians 1:9-10 “For this reason also, since the day we heard of it, we have not ceased to pray for you and to ask that you may be filled with the knowledge of His will in all spiritual wisdom and understanding. So that you will walk in a manner worthy of the Lord, to please Him in all respects, bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God.” Theme verse for the leadership

28 TThe T.E.E.N. ministry has three primary goals; they are to impact… 1. The Heart 2. The Head 3. The Hands of the young people towards Christ- likeness. Goals

29 Teenagers

30  A young person in 7 th - 12 th grade.  They must be 12 years old by Sept. 1 st Who is a Teenager?

31  “The purpose of being in the T.E.E.N. ministry is to know and love God more; and then minister His Word effectively to others for Christ.” Purpose for the Teens

32 III Timothy 2:22 “Now flee from youthful lusts, and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, with those who call on the Lord from a pure heart.” Theme verse for the Teens

33 Program

34  Developed by youth director/leaders  It begins on Sept. 13 th and ends May 30 th.  It will cover six different themes through six years (which is how many years a young person is in the T.E.E.N. ministry).  Three “Hot Topics” will be covered during the year.  Bible quizzing will also be incorporated throughout the year. Curriculum

35 1. “Set Apart for the Gospel” Understanding and living the Gospel 2. “Profitable for Doctrine” Right thinking Right living 3. “Biblical Change” A Study of the transformed life 4. “Top 25 Teen Topics” 5. “More than Conquerors” A study in serving and leading 6. “A Diet of Biblical Principles” Six Year Plan

36  1 st minutes spent in prayer group  Accountability for Devotions  Tally up points for the week  Prayer  Opportunity to learn and say verse  Possible singing  Lesson minutes  Possible game / snack Sunday Night Program

37  Points will be gathered throughout the year.  A certain number of points must be reached in order to go on summer reward/missions trip.  A certain number must also be reached half way through the year.  Points can be earned by…  Attending church / youth activities  Memory verses  Christian services  Sermon Notes Point System

38  T.E.E.N. Activity (every 4 weeks)  T.E.E.N Community Ministry (TCM, ever 3 months)  T.E.E.N. Outreach (1 st Tuesday of month)  Special Activities (Camp, Missions Trip, Retreats) Activity Program

39 Children’s Small Groups Community Baptist Church

40  Essentially the same as our church, but specifically focusing on the third clause by edifying and equipping the saints through Bible-centered preaching and teaching,  The primary aim of our children’s ministry is Bible-centered, preaching and teaching  The primary aim is NOT to have a great craft time, amazing games, or awards despite that being a primary emphasis in many good, evangelical curriculums Purpose of our Children’s Ministries

41  We feel that this aim is best accomplished through a strong emphasis on two critical components:  Biblical Theology  Doctrine Purpose of our Children’s Ministries

42 Biblical Theology Doctrine Critical Components

43  God-centered Bible Content  The “big” picture broken down book-by-book  Do we really need the big picture? Some parts are so boring!  Romans 15:4 (cf. 1 Cor 10:6) Biblical Theology (4) For whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction, that through endurance and through the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope. (emphasis added)

44  What we believe  Ephesians 4:4-6  Paul is crystal clear: there is only ONE God and ONE faith to get to Him  We want our children to know enough about the Bible to understand that Doctrine (4) There is one body and one Spirit—just as you were called to the one hope that belongs to your call— (5) one Lord, one faith, one baptism, (6) one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all. (Emphasis added)

45  Three secondary components that complement Biblical theology and doctrine: 1. Devotional Material 2. Scripture Memorization 3. Life Application Stories Additional Components

46 Five Sunday School Programs Five Clubs Programs Researched Curriculum

47  Sunday School Programs 1. Discipleland 2. Regular Baptist Press 3. Children Desiring God 4. Generations of Grace 5. Joyful Life Titles

48  Club Materials 1. AWANA 2. Kids-4-Truth Club 3. Frontline 4. Patch Club 5. BuckaRoo Club Titles

49 Generations of Grace Curriculum (GOG) by Grace Community Church – Sun Valley, CA New Sunday Night Curriculum:

50  Scope and Sequence  Three Age Groups Divisions 3-4s: Early Childhood K5-2 nd grade: Early Elementary 3 rd -6 th grade: Juniors  Three Year Program  Year 1: Genesis – Numbers  Year 2: Deuteronomy – Daniel  Year 3: Gospel, Acts, and Revelation Generations of Grace

51  GOG primary strength: Strong Biblical Theology  A child who grows up in our church will have heard the “big story” three times over  Repetition + Repetition + Repetition = by God’s grace, a mind immersed in the OT and NT GOG Benefits

52  Unified curriculum  Each child is in the same passage every week  Grace Community Church’s High Regard of Scripture (John MacArthur)  Best curriculum for preparing the teacher to share their heart  Prepare with the Truth includes a lesson overview (lesson goal, key truths, objectives, and application points), teacher planning sheet, and Bible background information to help the teacher prepare spiritually and mentally. GOG Benefits

53 Devotional:  Patch Devotions (K5-2 nd )  Keys for Kids (3 rd – 6 th ) GOG Supplement

54  New Devotional  Topical Scripture Passage  Character Building Story  All available via:  Print  Online / daily  Christian radio (90.5 FM – M-F at 3:15 pm) Keys for Kids

55 Children Desiring God by Bethlehem Baptist Church – Minneapolis, MN Jr. Church Curriculum:

56  Scope and Sequence  Three Age Groups Divisions 3-4s K5-2 nd grade 3 rd -6 th grade Children Desiring God

57  3-4s  He Established a Testimony (select OT passages)  He Has Spoken by His Son (select NT passages)  K5-2 nd grade  Jesus, What a Savior! (study of Christ)  The ABCs of God (attributes of God)  Faithful to All His Promises  3 rd -6 th grade  In the Beginning… Jesus (OT theology about Christ)  To Be like Jesus (salvation and sanctification)  How Majestic Is Your Name (names of God)  My Purpose Will Stand (providence of God) Children Desiring God

58  A child who grows up in this material will have studied in- depth: 32 names of God 40 promises of God 40 attributes of God Children Desiring God

59 Closing Remarks


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