Churches in North Carolina
are invited to join with churches from across the country for a special
Internet simulcast to train Sunday School and small group leaders on Sunday,
August 28. The One Day Live simulcast, organized through the Baptist General
Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO), is a unique approach to training Sunday School
and small group leaders.
The simulcast can be viewed individually from homes, or
leaders can meet at churches and associational offices
to listen as a group and then discuss the message.
One Day Live is a Sunday School and small group online
training resource similar to Leaderesource (leaderesource.org), which provides
training modules for churches to use in equipping their leaders.
During the simulcast Johnny Hunt, pastor of First
in Woodstock, Ga.,
and a past president of the Southern Baptist Convention, will share a message
about the preeminence of Sunday School as a disciple making/growing ministry
“Sunday school is not just for kids,” said Bob Mayfield,
Sunday School and discipleship specialist with the BGCO.
“It is a powerful, time-honored tool for people of all ages.
Rather than spending hundreds of dollars and sending leaders to training events
that are miles away, the strategy behind One Day Live encourages the local
church to own the equipping of its small group leaders.”
Phil Stone, North Carolina State Sunday School director,
encourages all churches and associations to participate in the simulcast.
“Johnny Hunt is a Sunday School pastor. He leads Woodstock to make and grow
disciples through this enduring ministry,” he said. “The One Day Live simulcast
is a unique and cutting-edge way to encourage and train your leaders to
understand and use the Sunday School ministry as a disciple making/growing
strategy for your church.”
Registering for the simulcast also includes a pre-recorded DVD
of Hunt’s message to use at any time.
To register for One Day Live visit: bgco.org/oneday.