This past Tuesday (1/15) i finally went to the dr and was diagnosed with bronchitis, upper respiratory infection, and what the dr described as “this head stuff going around.” I ended up getting a shot and a load of prescriptions – including cough syrup with codeine which I have come to quite enjoy 🙂
All that to say, I hadn’t forgotten about sending you this weekly Enews. Honestly, I simply do no remember much of the week.
So, rather than wait until the publication of next week’s Navigator, here are just a couple of quick notes/reminders for you:
This Sunday, 1/20:
Preacher: Jason (final sermon in current series, “Sacred Selfies”; Luke 6:27-35)
I’ve received what I need from Agape & Special Friends. For the rest of you guys,…
It’s time to begin getting me the following:
- a photo of you and your leadership
- a brief personal bio (4 sentences, or so)
- a brief introduction/overview of your present curriculum (4 sentences, or so)
Why are we doing this? I’ve had guests tell me they’re having to visit numerous classes just so they can know who’s teaching what. This very thing I’m asking you to do here is a result of my conversations with those guests. In this age where everyone goes to their phone/device for information, this will help greatly.
Deadline to have your stuff in is Sunday, Feb. 3rd.
WEDNESDAY EVENING CLASSES RESUME January 16th @ 6:30pm!
NOTE: I want to thank Jason Atchley for covering for me this past week due to me being ill. He will also cover for me this coming week. See below for explanation.
Lord, Change My Attitude – Jason Atchley; Rm. 109
Minor Prophets with a Major Message – Nick Watts; Rm. 108
Put Your Warrior Boots On – Wellspring Sisters Women’s Study; Rm. 215
Baptist History – Michael Dain; Rm. 219
GriefShare – Tom & Diane Heath – Rm. 209
Divorce Care – Isaias & Sonya Martinez; Rm. 211
Strength to Love (prodigal child support – Cam Johnston; off campus, call for details
THE SUICIDE EPIDEMIC: AWARENESS & INTERVENTION
The above heading is the title of my talk I present for public schools and churches on the topic of suicide.
I declined accepting invitations to speak on this topic in 2018 due to the overwhelming number of speaking engagements I accepted in 2017. (It did not take me long to understand how large an emotional toll these engagements take on me.)
At present, I have only accepted two for the Winter/Spring of 2019.
The first one is next Wed., 1/23, at Lubbock Cooper High School’s Summit Regional Student Leadership Conference. To have someone speak on the topic of suicide was actually voted upon by the teens themselves. Over the course of the day, I will present my talk 4 times to hundreds of teens and adults. By the end of the day, I will be an emotional mess. So, Jason has graciously agreed to cover my Wed. night class on the 23rd.
Your prayers are appreciated.
Registration opens February 11.
Dr. Matt Baird is scheduled to teach New Testament I (SWBLI 5211).
The term begins Tuesday, March 19. Final class is Tuesday, May 7.
Here is the course description: An introduction to the Gospels. These writings will be studied in terms of historical setting, religious background, literary composition, theological message, and interrelationship with the Old Testament.
This is meaty content for equipping all believers as well as teachers.
Please promote this among your respective classes. BHBC members can attend for ZERO dollars. It’s never been easier to receive graduate level training.