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Winter 2019-20 Helping Hand Available!

The Christian Education Council is glad to announce that the Winter 2019-20 edition of the Helping Hand (for December 2019-February 2020) is now available online at both Amazon and on the General Conference website. The summary of the issue is as follows: Determining how to ... Read More

Spring is Coming! And Why it Matters to All of Us.

It is never too early to start thinking about spring–especially since October came to a close in Wisconsin by way of a blanket of snow.  But, there is hope ahead—a great learning opportunity that is coming in the spring.  Registration is now open for Spring ... Read More

Port St. Lucie Florida!

Port St. Lucie, Florida is the spring training home for the New York Mets Major League Baseball team.  The city is also home to an estimated 195,248 people[1], quite a change from the 1970 population of 330 people.  Most exciting though is that Port St. ... Read More

Swedish History and Telling Your Story

Who doesn’t love a good tale from Swedish history? Well, maybe a lot of people, but this Swedish story packs a powerful take home message, offering tremendous insight into faith communication skills. Learning the Language In 1809, King Gustav IV was deposed in a peaceful ... Read More

Running the Middle of a Marathon

In 2001, Martin Franklin placed fifth in the New York City Marathon—at least for a while.  Mr. Franklin was at the start of the race with the rest of the runners when the gun went off.  Then he proudly crossed the finish line with an ... Read More

Fishing in the Wrong Places

One of our infamous family photos is of our son fishing in the parsonage toilet.  Really.  We love this picture (actually I love this picture, my wife has something of the opposite reaction).  Our son ingeniously tied the string to the seat of the toilet, ... Read More

Stepping Forward with SDBU

  “You can’t stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come to you. You have to go to them sometimes.” ― A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh   These preeminent words spoken through the voice of Winnie-the-Pooh in children’s literature are a good fit ... Read More

Redefining Expectations: Spiritual Parenthood

            If my New Year’s resolutions involved breathing regularly and consuming enough calories to maintain life you might suggest that my expectations are a bit on the low side.  Rightfully so.  But when it comes to discipleship, what is the expectation of our churches?  ... Read More

SCSC Interim Training Director Announced

The SCSC committee of the Seventh Day Baptist Women’s Society is sharing the joy of selecting Kristin Camenga as Interim Training Director. Kristin has served as part of training staff for several years, and we are grateful for her calling to help us transition into ... Read More

SCSC Mission Applications

For any young adults interested in participating in the Summer Christian Service Corp’s Missions Track, the applications are due on October 15th. They can be found on the Women’s Society website. www.sdbwomen.org If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail scsc@seventhdaybaptist.org Prayerfully consider whether ... Read More