It’s a time to affirm, encourage, and walk alongside children as they begin a new year with a new classroom and teacher.
“My goal is to educate, equip and empower churches to declare, demonstrate and defend the gospel of Jesus Christ”
The big picture is to train Texas. To do it, Texas Baptists are taking training on the road.
If your church is declining in attendance or plateauing for several years, there is good news: You are not alone. But the better news is you don’t have to stay that way, said Dr. Jonathan Smith, Director of Church Health Strategy for Texas Baptists.
Helping churches prepare for and position their ministries to share the gospel and make disciples in the future years.
“The church is good at huddling, but (Jesus) said, ‘I want you to go!’”
On Tuesday morning, Jonathan Smith, director of Church Health Strategy at Texas Baptists, led a workshop focused on church revitalization at the 2022 Annual Meeting. The workshop looked at ways churches can kickstart revitalization in their own, unique contexts.
“Having this knowledge can make the church relevant again in the public sphere of ideas and influence,”