RESOURCES

 Greater Detroit Baptist Association

43 Local churches throughout Wayne County and Windsor Canada

Training and Development Center:

a. Contextualized Leadership Development – Seminary

b. Financial Peace University- Stewardship Training

c. Training (Evangelism, Community Involvement and Missions)

Pastors Round Table

Pastor and Ministers Fellowship

Resource Center and Library:

a. Study Material

b. Reference Material and Guides

c. Video Training and Classes

d. Adults, Youth, Children and Kids Ministry Material

The Messenger- The official news journal and publication of the Greater Detroit Baptist Association.

Wayne State University – Campus Ministries

Block Party Equipment:

a. Snow Cone machine

b. Pop Corn machine

c. Cotton Candy machine

d. Tent Revival tent

Local missions projects

Send Detroit

BAPTIST SATE CONVENTION OF MICHIGAN

122 Churches through out the State of Michigan

                                                                       http://www.bscm.org

Bambi Lake– Retreat and Convention Center-

Bambi Lake is owned and operated by the Baptist State Convention of Michigan. It is 240 acres of beautiful woodlands with a 20-acre spring fed lake just outside of Roscommon, MI. Bambi Lake id open year-round, with camps and retreats for all ages.

Baptist Beacon:

The Baptist Beacon is the official news journal of the Baptist State Convention of Michigan, in association with the Southern Baptist Convention.

Church Planting: 

a. Church planters

b. Church Planter Process

c. Transformed Lives

d. Send Detroit

Church Strengthening:

a. Revitalization

b. Pastor Search Assistance

c. Mapping Center

d. Back Ground Checks

Women’s Ministry:

a. BSCM Women

b. IMB Women

c. NAMB Flourish

d. Lifeway Women

e. WMU Missions

BI-Vocational Pastors:

a. Bi-vocational and small church leadership network

b. Bi-vocational and small church ministry

c. NAMB/ bi-vocational pastors- Iron Men of the SBC

SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION (SBC)

       http://www.sbc.net/

The SBC is a fellowship of about 46,500 Baptist Churches and another 4,500 mission churches throughout the United States and its territories. These congregations, comprised of numerous racial, ethnic, language and socioeconomic people groups, are called the “cooperating churches”. They have organized themselves to accomplish a specific set of missions and ministry initiatives.

International Mission Board

North American Mission Board

Women’s Missionary Union

Baptist Press

Guide Stone

Ethics and Religious Liberties Commission

LifeWay

Southern Baptist Theological Seminaries

Pastor Care Line