Colleton baptist association 2009 10

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A powerpoint recap of our collective ministries in 2009-2010. These are the things we can do TOGETHER!

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Colleton baptist association 2009 10

  1. 1. 31 Church families working together  Engaging their Contexts  Equipping the Saints  Evangelizing the Lost  Extending their Ministries
  2. 2. A Recap of 2009-2010 Ministered to 115 families & 272 kids through our Christmas Project; 550 Prisoner Packets for SCDC; Went online with a website & blog (www.colletonbaptist.org) 2nd Annual Women’s Enrichment Event attended by 59 women & girls; 150+ health kits for migrant workers; Early Bird & General Workers VBS Clinics
  3. 3. A Recap of 2009-2010 Memorial Day to Labor provided Sunday worship at Edisto Beach State Park utilizing members of Edisto Beach Church; June – August provided 8 weeks of VBS at the State Park involving over 100 kids; Over 3,000 Gospel packets distributed through CODE BLUE; Provided a booth at the Rice Festival and distributed 430 gospel CDs
  4. 4. A Recap of 2009-2010 Provided an Archery Outreach Event attended by 150 people; 2 adults prayed to receive Christ; Sponsored a Youth Rally attended by 65 youth & adults; 1 young man prayed to receive Christ Provided 125+ sessions of faith-based therapy through Covenant Counseling; Provided ministry to local & transient Hispanics through ABC Hispanic Ministry
  5. 5. A Recap of 2009-2010 Provided opportunities for men & boys through our quarterly Men’s Rally and our monthly Men’s Prayer Breakfast; Encouraged a ministry of prayerwalking our schools; Continued our “Shield A Badge” prayer ministry for law enforcement; Monthly Ministers’ Conference for personal & professional growth; wMu Leadership training events;
  6. 6. A Recap of 2009-2010 Weekly and Monthly Ministries at Heritage Healthcare Senior Adult facility; 20 churches assisted with the 2009 World Changers Walterboro Project; Began a Sunday afternoon Bible study focusing on Single Adults;
  7. 7. The Baptist AssociationCAN have the greatestimpact for the greatestmission
  8. 8. For almost 15 minutes, we listed the various missions & ministries of CBA churches At Our Annual Missions Celebration in 2009
  9. 9. Crystal talks about the impact of Christian Women’sJob Corps on her life and the lives of others inColleton County
  10. 10. Rev. Gerald Mabry was honored by the stateconvention as the SC Smaller Membership ChurchPastor of the Year
  11. 11. Jason Cook leads the worship at our 2nd annualWomen’s Enrichment Event
  12. 12. “Shake Up Your World” Acts 4:31 Women’s Enrichment EventMissionary Speaker Alice Keynote Speaker JoeliCrocker Mulligan
  13. 13. Archery Outreach Event 2 adults were born again as a result of this outreachNearly 200 attended this Chris McDaniel, formerly of Confederate Railroad sang andall day event gave his testimony
  14. 14. Spring Youth Rally featuring Mark Shelley1 young man trusted Christ & several others made recommitmentsJason Cook & friends lead Mark Shelley interactingthe youth in worship with the kids after the rally
  15. 15. VBS Clinic25% of all baptisms in Southern Worship at the VBS ClinicBaptist churches came as aresult of VBS in 2008
  16. 16. VBS ClinicTeaching the moves to One of the workshops atnew VBS songs the VBS Clinic
  17. 17. Rice Festival MinistrySamantha Lyons paints Jamie Pedigo distributes information at the Rice Festivalfaces at the Rice Festival
  18. 18. wMu Spring MeetingSC wMu President presents A few of the 70 from 15Peggy Thomas with the Triple A churches who attended theAward for Associational wMu Spring Meeting
  19. 19. World Changers will be back in July, 2011
  20. 20. World Changers 2010 Worked an abbreviated Schedule (Mon – Fri); Host churches provided lunch; Evangelistic Block Party on Wednesday, July 14, attended by over 200 guests;
  21. 21. Edisto Park & Beach 10 weeks of Sunday morning worship at Edisto Beach State Park; 8 weeks of VBS at the State Park
  22. 22. CODE BLUE Gospel Ministry 5,423 Gospel packets have been distributed directly into homes since May, 2009; Distribution is the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month, 9:30am at the CBA office; Hope to distribute into 7,500 homes by December 31;
  23. 23. Back to School Event At Druid Hills Apartments in early August, provided school supplies for over 50 children there as a part of our ongoing ministry in the complex; 11 children & young people prayed to receive Christ during this event;
  24. 24. Big God Stadium Event Featured music by Dean, Gayna, & Jeffrey Forest & guest speaker Ken Freeman, who also spoke in Colleton County High School & 3 middle schools on Monday & Tuesday; Average attendance of 700 with 133 recorded commitments to Christ;
  25. 25. 2010 Christmas Project Will be Saturday, December 18 @ Colleton County High School Commons Area;
  26. 26. Archery Outreach Event Saturday, March 5, 2011 Chris McDaniel, formerly of Confederate Railroad will be doing the music; Scott Porter of Trophies of Grace will be speaking;
  27. 27. The Strength Team Wed – Sun, April 20-24, 2011 5 evening services plus appearances in schools around the county; Team members available to speak in churches on Sunday morning;
  28. 28. Ongoing CBA Ministries Men’s Prayer Breakfast 2nd Saturday of each month at 8:00am; Quarterly Men’s Rally on October 26, at Great Swamp Church featuring Cliff Satterwhite ; Ministers’ Conference the 1st Tuesday of each month;
  29. 29. Ongoing CBA Ministries CCW/MJC Bible study every Thursday, 5:45pm – 7:00pm at the site; Covenant Counseling available on Monday, 9am-2pm (Michelle Jones) and Thursday, 4pm-8pm (Les Turner); Tuesday afternoon worship at Heritage Healthcare;
  30. 30. Ongoing CBA Ministries ABC Regional Hispanic Ministry led by our Hispanic Ministries Director Tony Hancock;
  31. 31. “As you go, make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father & the Son & the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And remember that I am with you always, even to the end of the ages.” --- Jesus Jesus never said„Come & Hear.‟ What He said was “Go & Tell.”

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