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Pastor Corey Bain

Pastor Bane has served as pastor of Shenandoah Bible Baptist Church since January of 2013. Pastor and his wife, Caryn, have been married and in the ministry full-time since 1990, and he has served as a senior pastor since 1995. The Banes have two adult daughters: Carmen, who is married to Joe Basso; and Caitlyn, who is a 2017 graduate of West Coast Baptist College. Joe, Carmen, and Caitlyn are actively involved in their local churches.

Pastor Bane has a heart for the local church and is dedicated to following the Biblical model for SBBC. He and his pastoral staff operate as a team, and God has blessed their commitment to the Lord's work. The Lord has placed in Pastor's heart a vision for SBBC and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia and desires for God to use him, his staff, and the SBBC congregation to bring souls to Him and glory to His name. Caryn leads the Ladies' Renewal Ministry, a ministry for the adult ladies of SBBC, including meetings, activities, Bible Studies, and more. She is one of the church pianists and has oversight of the Music Ministry, serving in the capacity of Music Coordinator. The Banes desire to implement a balanced approach to the ministry so as to influence this generation for the cause of Christ.

Pastor Bain's Sessions


The Responsibility of Pastoral Perspective

Proverbs 29:18 states “Where there is no vision, the people perish”. Who is to have that vision for the people and what does it look like? Let’s learn together how and why the Pastor must lead with vision.

Building a Biblical Relationship Between the Pastor and People

The Apostle Paul was a great lover of God’s House and His people. Romans 16 will be the basis of our study as we learn about his personal relationship to the dozens of believers mentioned in the last chapter of this church epistle.

The Role of Leading Men in the Local Church

Using the household of Stephanas in I Corinthians 16 as a model, we will find certain qualities that should be developed and exhibited within the lay leadership of the local church.

Developing a Comprehensive Sunday School Program

Is Sunday School even relevant anymore in the 21st century? In a culture that is becoming more and more Biblically illiterate, I propose that it is maybe more important than it’s ever been! So, let’s find out how to effectively use this tool for the glory of God and the growth of our people

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Mrs. Debbie Caldwell

Debbie Caldwell is the loving wife of pastor Howard Caldwell. Debbie is the mother of five children and grandmother of thirteen. In the Lord’s work, she has served as a pastor and evangelist’s wife, a Christian schoolteacher in primary and secondary levels, an accomplished puppeteer, teacher, speaker and above all, soul-winner. Saved at five years of age, Debbie has been active in every area of service in the local church. Her experience is only surpassed by her personal relationship with Christ.

Mrs. Caldwell's Session


The Ministry of Wife and Mother

“The LORD will perfect that which concerneth me: thy mercy, O LORD, endureth for ever: forsake not the works of thine own hands.” Ps. 138:8  A solid marriage is one that’s better able to support and nurture all the members of the family. The pressures of marriage, children, home and church are a wife and mother’s ministry of service. A heart of compassion, willingness and sacrifice is the Christ-like attitude and responsibility of the wife and mother so that her ministry is fulfilling and productive. Supporting our husbands and teaching our children by example is not only possible but should be the product of the Holy Spirit accomplishing God’s will in your life as a wife and mother. This class is designed to help you identify your goals and then accomplish your purpose as a wife and mother. As your relationship with the Lord grows, the Lord will perfect that which concerneth you.

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Evangelist Jason Caldwell

Jason Caldwell is the staff evangelist sent out by the Lighthouse Baptist Church of Winchester, Virginia. Jason has been in full-time service for twenty-three years, an assistant pastor for eight years and the remaining years as a full-time evangelist. In 2006 Jason started Seeing Truth Ministries. This ministry is an independent Baptist Church ministry dedicated to the propagation of the gospel, producing target programs for the local church and providing itself as an evangelistic and instructional tool in the church. This ministry was designed as a target ministry to enable local churches in evangelism, instruction and edification. With a strong emphasis on reaching and discipling children, Seeing Truth Ministries is now publishing Junior Church materials and children’s discipleship programs. They offer Family Crusades, Vacation Bible Schools, Teacher Training, Bus Promotion Sundays, Church Camps, Sportsmen’s Banquets, Revivals; Missions Conferences.

Evangelist Caldwell's Sessions


Screening Children for Salvation

One of the best-kept secrets of the local church is the inability to screen children properly when they come forward to make a decision for the Lord. Learn what questions to ask when dealing with a child about his soul. Learn what confuses children, learn what terms and phrases should be avoided, and learn how to be in tune with the Holy Spirit to notice when a child is being drawn. Young Converts

How to Organize for Growth After Salvation – Most children’s ministries realize the importance of spiritual growth after salvation. All would agree that eternal security, baptism, church attendance, daily Bible reading, witnessing, prayer and giving are all necessary for a young convert to be firmly grounded in the faith. However, most churches do not see growth in their young converts. The reason for this is that most ministries pride themselves on being organized in this area, however, the vast majority are not organized at all. In this class learn how to organize for growth after salvation through a four-week program designed as a minimal investment in children who have accepted Christ as Savior.  This program gives the local church the chance to give a young new convert the opportunity of being baptized, learn basic doctrine, get to know other saints and learn the love of Christ through the concern of the local church.

Visual Passion in Your Children’s Ministry

In so many cases today children and adults see our ministry presented in a passive presentation or an activity that produces carnal, short lived results with temporary, emotional highs.  A teacher or preacher with passion, zeal and a fervent desire to know God and please him will produce a contagious environment where individual motivation and church wide involvement produces eternal consequences.  The results of a Godly, passionate life are glory to our God, peace in our lives, and measurable results for the ministry.

Using the Visual Filter When Preparing a Lesson

Most teachers realize that there are a variety of visuals that can be used when teaching. The conscientious teacher also knows that a variety of visuals are essential when teaching.  The challenge is knowing which visuals to use and where to use them in the lesson or message. This class is not designed to motivate the teacher or worker to use visuals, but rather to teach how, when and what visuals to use. Learn how the right visuals properly introduced at the right time produce the application of the desired truth.

Developing a Puppet Character

While anyone can utilize a puppet, there is a huge difference between simple puppet manipulation and developing the right character and personality. The application of any message is only made crystal clear when a puppeteer develops the perfect character. All of a sudden the character goes from being good to great.

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Pastor Howard Caldwell

Howard Caldwell is the pastor of the Lighthouse Baptist Church of Winchester, Virginia. After serving for 44 years as a staff member, senior pastor, and evangelist, Howard again became a pastor in June of 2018. His ministry has been diverse from church planting, teen work, assistant, associate, and senior pastor and then in 2006 his son, Jason and their respective families started Seeing Truth Ministries. Having preached in over four hundred churches, and viewing the vision, obstacles and outreach of the local churches across America, pastor Caldwell and his staff, with the help of Seeing Truth Ministries is now wanting to encourage and help local churches on a regional level. Lighthouse Baptist Church is the home of Seeing Truth Ministries and desires to model New Testament Christianity to fulfill their Biblical commission and help enable regional local churches in Sunday School, Junior Church and discipleship.

Pastor Caldwell's Sessions


The Entire Church Involved in the Great Commission

Mark 16:15 commissions the local church to “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” This class is an opportunity for the church leadership to take a fresh look at ways to involve everyone in reaching the world with the gospel. Our desire for this class is not only to share with others different ways and times that we capitalize on reaching others with the gospel and discipleship but also to hear how you as a local church are evangelizing your community. We will visit our assorted ways of involvement for our church and explain how that we went from less than a dozen people going out each week to an average of seventy-five attending our “Great Commission Night”.

Producing a Balanced Church

Fifteen years in evangelism has allowed me to observe hundreds of churches. Once in a while, I would minister in a church that displayed “Oneness” as a body with each other and the Savior. The result of such a body of believers is a balance in several areas that results in serving the Lord with joy as a congregation. In this class, we will evaluate scriptural truths that reflect the proper balance between evangelism and discipleship. Balance should be created that is visual between areas of spiritual growth in new converts to discipleship of others by mature believers. This resulting consequence is balanced  growth and service in all ages of believers. This progressive growth of service is witnessed from the children to the senior saints. This results in consistent spiritual growth and development of talents and discovered gifts utilized in each age according to spiritual maturity and service. This class is designed to encourage the pastor or church leader in the smooth passing of the baton as our believers grow physically and spiritually into a church that pleases Him.  “But now hath God set the members every one of them in the body, as it hath pleased him.” 1Cor. 12:18

GOD’S AUTHORITY - The Health of a Headless Church

Pastors and dedicated laymen who seek to please the Lord and reach the world with the Gospel need to step back and examine the health of our church and make sure we are not operating headless. The foundation of all sin is disobedience. This disobedience is toward God, his power and authority. The local church is God’s chosen picture or example of the omnipotence of God. God’s intention for us is that we render complete obedience, He will not be satisfied until we are brought to that same degree of obedience as is a body to its head. This is the kind of obedience which satisfies God, not the subjection children give to parents or wives to husbands, but such as the body renders to its head. This class is dedicated to self examination, a fresh look at God’s commands, His will and the disobedience that often lurks in the workers and leadership of the local church. We will examine the signs and attributes of a healthy and unhealthy local assembly and how to remain healthy. Being Spirit led is exampled by a healthy body that “Trust and Obey” completely the head of the body. 

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Mrs. Debbie DeHaven

Mrs. Debbie DeHaven

Debbie DeHaven has been involved in church ministry for over 40 years.  Serving as a church secretary for most of that time, Debbie has managed and conducted countless functions ranging from luncheons to events feeding in excess of 300 people.  Through the years, Debbie has found ways to streamline not only the event but also the budget.  

Mrs. Dehaven's Session


Event Decorating & Planning on a Budget

Event Decorating & Planning on a Budget

Fellowships, dinners, and banquets, oh my!  Where do you start when planning a function at your church?  What resources are available? This session will walk you through some simple steps to make sure your function is the best it can be while being good stewards of the Lord's money.

Fellowships, dinners, and banquets, oh my!  Where do you start when planning a function at your church?  What resources are available? This session will walk you through some simple steps to make sure your function is the best it can be while being good stewards of the Lord's money.

Mrs. Monica DeHaven

Monica was saved in 2011 after hearing the gospel much of her life. She was loved to the saving knowledge through many mentors and individuals who invested in her.  She has been an elementary teacher at Lighthouse Baptist Academy for the past 12 years after starting out as an aide at the academy. She now teaches high school English to 7th-12th graders, but still has a heart for the foundational elements of education that she has gleaned over her years of teaching and observing. She desires to develop in others a love of leading lives to Jesus Christ through meaningful mentoring. 

Mrs. Dehaven's Sessions

Managing through Mentoring

Proverbs 11:1 “A false balance is abomination to the Lord: but a just weight is his delight.” The only way to effectively reach our students is through intentional mentoring. Often, we think we must sacrifice classroom control for classroom connections.  How do we “balance” classroom respect while building meaningful relationships with our students? What if the answer we seek is found in the question?

Causing the Curriculum to Come Alive

Some subjects we teach can be a bit of a BORE. How can you make your lessons engaging whether it be Old World History and Geography or figuring out fractions? Creating a riveting learning environment will cause your students to love learning. Explore ideas and resources that will cause your curriculum to come alive!


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The correct and incorrect way to set boundaries in the classroom.  How to have meaningful leadership and guidance so that your classroom will be a place where the students want to come to learn!

OUT OF BOUNDS-What’s Right & Wrong in Teacher’s Discipline

The ingredients that one must have in their recipe book to become a great teacher will be explained in this session.  The different avenues of caring, being aware of student’s needs, and focused applications of connecting with them in the classroom.

Necessary INGREDIENTS of a Great Teacher

T E A C H E R… Each letter of the name (teacher) will have a special meaning as the class will explore and explain the unique talent that a successful teacher must have in order to connect with their students and the student’s parents.

The IDEAL Teacher

Mr. DeLong's Sessions

Mr. Dan DeLong

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Dan accepted the Lord as his Savior on August 15, 1969, at the age of 17. Upon completion of high school, Dan attended Bob Jones University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Secondary Education in May 1975. A few weeks later, Dan married his wife, Sandy, and together they have been serving the Lord in full-time ministry.

Think of the END in the BEGINNING

This session will deal with FIVE major principles that must be instilled into your teaching framework which will give you direction in your classroom from the first day to the last.  There is more to teaching than just going by the curriculum.


Many times, we find ourselves not ready for the challenges we will face each day in the classroom.  Instead of being proactive, we end up being reactive, allowing the students to effectively take over our class.  We will look at 5 ways to be offensive in our classrooms, rather than being defensive, because the best defense is a good offense!

Be Offensive in your Classroom

Mr. Lowe has served as the Principal of MCA since 2013.  He also serves as an Assistant Pastor at Shenandoah Bible Baptist Church, where he is the director of the RU Recovery Ministry, oversees the children’s church services, teaches an Adult Bible Fellowship for married couples, and is involved in the choir and special singing.  Mr. Lowe has a Master of Education degree from Hyles-Anderson College and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from DeVry University.  Mr. Lowe also teaches classes in the high school.


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Mr. Lowe's Sessions

Spicing Things Up in the Classroom

Do you find yourself in a rut of doing the same, old things every single day?  Learn some practical ways to add variety to your routines and gain the attention of your students in ways you have never done before.

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Pastor Dennis Leatherman

Pastor Leatherman's Sessions

Pastor Dennis Leatherman has served as pastor of Mountain Lake Independent Baptist Church since September of 1993 and has been in full-time ministry since 1985. Pastor Leatherman grew up in Harleysville, Pa. and trusted Jesus Christ as his personal Savior at the age of nineteen. His life was immediately and drastically transformed by the power of the Gospel.

Shortly after his salvation, he attended Philadelphia College of the Bible for one year then transferred to Tennessee Temple University where he graduated in 1986. The following year he married Kathy Shiflet (from Richwood, WV) whom he met working in the bus ministry at Highland Park Baptist Church.

Through personal soul winning and the preaching of God's Word, Mountain Lake Independent Baptist Church has grown into a happy, healthy church with a thriving ministry reaching the local community and is literally touching the entire world through the many local ministries and world missions outreach.


Tract Month

Tract month has proven to be a very effective tool in not just getting the Gospel n tract form to many people, but motivating and including nearly everyone in our church to give out tracts on a deliberate and sustained basis. This class will provide a simple outline with guidelines and ideas for your church o host a Tract Month. 

Developing Soul Winners within the Local Church

Soul winning is the primary responsibility of the church, both in our local communities and throughout the world. Developing soul winning Christians must begin with the Pastor and trickle down throughout the leadership of the church.

Effective and Practical "Mini-ministries" within the Local Church

A "small" church can have a BIG impact on our world with the Gospel! This class will give helpful ideas on ministries a church of any size can effectively do.

Winning Lost Loved Ones

Winning our family members can be challenging. This class will consider Bible principles on winning loved ones and how they can be practically applied,

Do you control your class or does your class control you?  If so, how much of each is occurring during the year?  Do you have control 50%, 75%, 90%, 95%, or 100% of the time?  Does your class run as smoothly as you would like?  At the beginning of each day teachers know what they would like from their class and even desire good things for them; however, many do not have the correct philosophy regarding discipline in order that they may be effective in the classroom.  This session will deal with the mindset needed to properly run a classroom of any age.

CONTROL in the Classroom - It’s all about the Philosophy!

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A mechanic is only as good as the knowledge he possesses and the tools he has obtained.  What makes us think that a teacher would be any different?  Think of a time when you have tried to fix something.  Have you ever tried to do that job with either knowledge or tools, but not both?  It can be very frustrating!  Many times we as teachers find ourselves in this predicament as we are teaching but don’t take the time to stop and think about why we are so frustrated.  This session will discuss the two strengths of any good teacher: knowledge & tools.

Tools that Build - The Teacher’s Toolbox

Aaron Miller has served in Christian education in one form or another for over eighteen years.  He has served as a home school representative for A Beka Book for six years and as a secondary Christian school teacher for the other 12 years. Aaron Miller is currently the acting Administrator of Lighthouse Baptist Academy while still teaching 9th-12th grade math courses at the academy.


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Mr. Miller's Sessions

THE STUDENT CONNECTION - Addressing Matters of the Heart

Some teachers believe that teaching in a classroom is all about making demands of students which will promote the performance of their class.  Although a class may seem in order, these demands, if not coupled with connections, will only lead to outward conformity.  Our concern as teachers should not just be outward conformity, but to make a connection with the heart of a child.  Teachers can do this while remaining a professional and influential mentor of the student.  This session will give some principles for teachers to follow that will help them in making that much needed “student connection”.

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Mrs. Becky Miller

Becky was born and raised in a Christian family in central PA, the youngest of six children. She started taking piano lessons when she was 8 years old, and began playing in her church when she was 13. she played for her high school choir and eventually became the church pianist when she was 18. She met her husband while attending Pensacola Christian College and they were married in 2001. The Lord has blessed them with three beautiful daughters: Lydia Joy(14), Abigail Grace(13), and Hannah Faith(12). Becky also teaches jr high math at Lighthouse Baptist Academy, and currently gives piano lessons to 15 students. She is the head pianist at Lighthouse Baptist Church and plays for the church choir, congregational singing, and various singing groups at Lighthouse Baptist Church.

Mrs. Miller's Sessions


The Local Church Pianist

Whether paid or volunteer, this session will focus on one of the most overlooked positions in the local church - the church pianist.  This session will give tips and ideas as they apply to preparing, practicing, mentoring other pianists, and working with the pastor and music director of a local church to produce a Christ-honoring, powerful church service.

This session is designed to help teachers of all levels of training and experience to master the six areas of influence which will help them achieve excellence in the Christian school classroom.  This is the first of two sessions on this topic.

The Effective Teacher - Mastering Six Important Relationships

Mr. Miller's Sessions

Mr. Greg Miller


Greg Miller holds a Masters in Education degree from Pensacola Christian College. He has been an A Beka Field representative for since 2002 and was a principal and teacher in a Christian School for 25 years from 1977 until 2002.

Habit Training and Discipline in the Classroom

Good habit training techniques will be given as the foundation for effective classroom control.  Both positive and negative reinforcements will be introduced as a part of a discipline program that will help teachers reduce stress and maintain consistency in classroom control.  A ten step sample disciplinary plan will be presented as a model for teachers to adopt and follow.

The Effective Teacher - Mastering Six Important Relationships

This session is designed to help teachers of all levels of training and experience to master the six areas of influence which will help them achieve excellence in the Christian school classroom.  This is the second of two sessions on this topic.

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Evangelist Scott Pauley

Evangelist Pauley's Sessions

Scott Pauley was raised in the mountains of West Virginia. At a young age he came to know the Lord Jesus Christ as his personal Savior. As a twelve year old boy God called him to be a preacher. He attended The Crown College in Powell, Tennessee, and upon graduation served in the ministry of the Temple Baptist Church as Director of Student Ministries.

From 2004 to 2015 he served as Vice President of Crown College and an assistant to Pastor Clarence Sexton at the Temple Baptist Church. Dr. Pauley now travels full time in evangelism. His passion is to preach the gospel and he has a burden to influence this generation for Christ. He and his wife Tammy have three children: Morgan, Lauren, and Grant.


Assisting Your Pastor as a Staff Member

Every staff member in the local church has an assignment.  So often an island mentality is developed when the proper goal is not established.  The goal of every staff member of the local church will be defined in this helpful session about assisting your pastor as he leads the church God has given him.

Public School Outreach

Most local churches have a public school in which they could minister.  This session will give you some tips on how to be praying about your influence in the public schools in your area.  There is a mission field that we are missing and it's within the walls of the public school.

Marriage, Family, and Ministry

Balancing marriage, family, and ministry will always be a challenge.  This session will help you sort through the confusion and see the divine role that God has given you in each area of your life.  It is possible to live, not only peaceably, but effectively in each one of these roles. 

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Mrs. Dorothy Russell

Dorothy Russell is the director of Lighthouse Baptist Daycare. After attending Pensacola Christian College for Elementary Education, she realized the need for Christian leaders in the field of early childhood.  At that time, she went back to school for her Early Childhood Development Degree.

Mrs. Russell and her husband owned and operated Miss Dorothy’s Fun and Learning Center in Palm Bay, Florida until she became pregnant with her first child.  At that time the Russells moved North where she stayed home with her children until they started school.  She spent 7 years as secretary of a Christian School in Martinsburg, West Virginia until her family moved down to Virginia where they became a part of Lighthouse Baptist Church.  For the past 9 years, Mrs. Russell has served as the director of Lighthouse Baptist Daycare and the Nursery Coordinator for Lighthouse Baptist Church.  Mrs. Russell has shared her burden of quality church childcare by speaking at child care conferences across the North East.

Within the last two years, the Russell’s have added the “Great Kid’s Missions Class” to their church duties.  It is through this class that they are teaching junior age children about missionaries around the world and how they can have a part in the Great Commission.


Mrs. Russell's Sessions

Opening a Church Daycare: Why You Should and How You Can!

This session is designed to share the benefits of opening a church daycare center along with tools, information, and handouts that will help a pastor or administrator to see that it is possible, profitable and fruitful to open a child care center in spite of the opposition from government agencies. 

GREAT COMMISSION SESSION: How to Involve the Children

This session is designed to teach churches the advantages of having a program for the children during their scheduled outreach times. It will instruct them and give them tools to build a “Great Kids Mission” program that is designed to teach elementary age children about missionaries, mission fields, and how they can head to the leading of the Lord if they feel the call to missions someday. The goal of the program is to give them confidence that they too can be a missionary someday. 

Are We So Busy Changing Diapers We Forget To Change Lives?

This session is designed to help the nursery worker and director understand the importance of looking at their work in the nursery as a calling and not a burden. This session is also designed to help the nursery worker look at themselves in relation to their relationships with parents, children and vision for souls. 

Fun and Discipline in the Daycare Classroom

This workshop is designed to give the teacher techniques and practices that they can take into the classroom to help limit discipline problems and teacher frustration.  This workshop will give the teacher ideas and handouts that will help them have FUN with their children while avoiding and redirecting unwanted behavior.

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Pastor Luke Shope

Pastor Shope's Sessions

Luke Shope was raised in central Pennsylvania.  Though he grew up in a Christian home, Luke did not come to know the Lord as his personal Savior until much later in life.  He attended The Crown College in Powell, Tennessee, and as a student, served in the music ministry of the Temple Baptist Church and The Crown College.  Upon graduating with a degree in Youth Ministries, Luke served at his home church in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania for two years.  Luke became the Youth Director at Lighthouse Baptist Church in 2007.  In 2017, Luke became the Assistant Pastor at Lighthouse. He and his wife Rebekah have three children: Jack, Hudson, and Maggie.


Retaining Teenagers after Graduation

What happened to them?  I haven’t seen them in a long time. These are common questions when referring to young people after they graduate from high school. Why do they leave?  How can we get them to stay and be a part of their local church?  This session will give some practical ideas to help retain young people after graduation and help them be a church member that points people to Jesus Christ. 

Your Church’s Web Presence | It’s More Than Your Website

307 million people are on Facebook.  There are over 69 million Twitter users in the US. Roughly 46% of Twitter users are on the platform daily. The total number of people who use YouTube – 1,300,000,000. 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute! Almost 5 billion videos are watched on Youtube every single day. With numbers like this, it is imperative that our churches be utilizing the other 165 hours during the week when our people are not attending our services.  How do we do that?  The local church must have a web presence that points people to Jesus Christ and encourages church members throughout the week.

Starting a Teen Soul-Winning Program

Teenagers can be a driving force when encouraging others to win souls.  Many revivals have begun due to young people surrendering to the Lord.  This session will give you some practical tips and some helpful technology to springboard or revitalize your teen soul-winning program.

The Local Church Music Ministry

What is the purpose of our music in the local church?  How do you effectively accomplish the goal of helping to prepare the hearts of people to hear the preaching of God’s Word?  This session will give some practical tips to help prepare music groups, soloists, instrumentals, and your choir. 

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Mrs. Rebekah Shope

Rebekah Shope has been teaching English since her graduation from Crown College in 2005. She has covered all English courses from Speech and Drama to Creative Writing. She is currently the Administrative Secretary at Lighthouse Baptist Church in Winchester, VA. She is married to the assistant pastor there and they have three children.  She has lead the transition to an all-encompassing church management software system that allows everything to be kept under one roof administratively at Lighthouse Baptist Church.

Mrs. Shope's Session


Church Management Software | Why You Need It

No matter the size of your church, there is a need to keep records.  If the record keeping in your local church suffers, the Great Commission will suffer.  If the Great Commission suffers, your church is not accomplishing its goal.  The purpose of this session is to help you understand the need for management, what it can accomplish, and give suggestions on what software to use.