Bivocational | Smaller Church Ministry
Small church and Bivocational church pastors and ministers are often some of the busiest around wearing two different hats all week and many more on Sundays. To assist you in your church leadership we offer training seminars, consultations, theological education and more.
Training seminars are primarily presented in conjunction with BGCT conferences, including the BGCT Annual Meeting. These custom-designed seminars meet the needs of bivocational/smaller church ministers like you in all aspects of your ministry. Contact us.
You may request a personal consultation at your church. Many personal consultations result in making the connection to an additional resource within the BGCT staff and networking with other small membership leadership. Contact us.
You can network with Baptist universities and seminaries theological education. At present, we work directly with Truett Theological Seminary, Logsdon School of Theology and Dallas Baptist University.
Bivocational/Small Church Conferences
We work throughout the year with associations and/or groups of church leaders to plan, promote and finance conferences for bivocational/smaller churches and leaders like you. We work hard to ensure these conferences are designed to meet your church’s needs
- Provides information to help bivocational/smaller church ministers in their work
- Presents programs of inspiration and motivation
- Provides affirmation and support
- Provides recognition
- Provides a network to connect bivocational ministers to ministry opportunities
Deacons & Lay Leaders
This training course returns to the scriptural roots of deacons and identifies how tradition has impacted the role deacons in Baptist church life. [ More ]
Church Administration covers a vast array of categories such as incorporation, constitution and bylaws, church committees, church officers, etc. [ More ]