Join us for our Resurrection Celebration, April 13 from 12-2pm and enjoy inflatables, candy, carnival games & snacks, food and a photo booth. Resurrection Celebration, formerly known as Spring Fest, has been moved to a Saturday. We will present an engaging and interactive drama that shares the truth that Jesus loves each of us. This event will help you and your family discover the Resurrection and the events leading up to it in a way you will never forget. You will love the engaging activities that drive home the biblical points. This event is 100% free and open to the public. We can't wait to meet you!
March 31; 5pm: Canvas
April 7; 4pm: Volunteer Meeting and Drama Rehearsal
There’s not another day like it on the calendar — a day we celebrate hope.
This day is for all of us. So let’s share it. Let’s celebrate Resurrection Sunday at Word Baptist Church.
Our doors are open wide—and no matter where you are, wherever you’re coming from, you’re welcome here.
Word Men will be going to the Malco Hollywood Cinema to watch Kingdom Men Rising on April 30 at 7pm.
About the Movie:
Kingdom Men Rising is a documentary film exploring what it means to be a real man in the midst of cultural trends in which there is confusion about masculinity. The film wrestles honestly with the unique questions and circumstances men face today. Kingdom Men Rising takes a journey that challenges men to rise above what we have become to lives of no more sitting on the sidelines, no more passivity, and no more excuses.
This film draws from the experiences of author, pastor and speaker Dr. Tony Evans to provide clarity on this topic. Matters of significance, priorities, race and passivity are addressed from a biblical perspective. Featuring Grammy-award winning entertainer Kirk Franklin, Heisman trophy winner Tim Brown, former Dallas Cowboy quarterback Jon Kitna, Super Bowl winning coach Tony Dungy, NFL vice president Troy Vincent, author Priscilla Shirer, and others, Kingdom Men Rising provides an honest portrayal of today’s man that is countered by God’s original design.
Register your kids (3-years-old - 6th grade) for VBS where they will make crafts, play fun games, learn the Bible, and sing songs. Word Baptist invites your kids to gas up the all-terrain vehicle and head out on a wilderness adventure like no other. Get up close and personal with elephants and egrets, polar bears and penguins, cockatoos and crocodiles, and so much more! Grab your camera and zoom in on these animals in their natural habitats. This summer kids will focus in on some amazing, real-life encounters with Jesus. Register your children by clicking the sign up button below.
Sunday - 06/2/2018
5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
Monday - 06/3/2018
5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday - 06/4/2018
5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday (Family Night) - 06/5/2018
5:45 PM - 8:00 PM
Takasaki, Japan: 450,000 people including surrounding areas. Takasaki is famous for its giant Buddhist statue of Kannon (Buddhist goddess of mercy) and is also famous as the hometown of Daruma dolls, which are Buddhist ‘good luck’ charms. Takasaki is about 75 miles from Tokyo but has a much slower pace of life and is actually regarded as rural by Japanese standards.
% of Evangelical Believers: 0.58%
Primary Religious Views: Most Japanese individuals are either Buddhist or Shinto, while many mix the practices of the two together. Christians represent a very small slice of the population, and available statistics on the number often include cults and non-evangelic groups.
Japan does not require a visa but you will need a passport
Work while there: Working with local missionaries on college campuses and around the city; English outreaches – sharing testimonies; assisting local churches, opportunities for sports ministry.
Watch this video to see how God moved on last year's trip to Japan.
Cost of the Trip:
Total: appx $2,164
Application Deadline: March 17
At Kids Across America (KAA), campers experience outrageous fun with a healthy dose of encouragement. Our campers leave knowing they truly can do all things through Christ, who strengthens them. With the help of our unbelievable staff and tons of fun-filled events, KAA is an environment where campers enjoy exciting activities, such as cooling off on our waterslide or tackling the KAA challenge course. During every activity staff incorporate God’s word. KAA is designed for campers to have a blast and to come to know the Lord in a personal way.
Who: Kids (limited spots - 5 boys ages 9-11, 5 boys ages 12, 5 girls ages 9-11, 5 girls ages 12-14)
Where: KAA Camp in Golden, MO
Registration ends May 1
Tree Tops Adventure
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La Romana: 130,000 people; known as the ‘beautiful village,’ it is popular for its beaches and tourist economy. Much of the population is Roman Catholic with a mixture of Spiritism and nominalism.
% of Evangelical Believers: 23% (Religion in Latin America: Widespread Change in a Historically Catholic Region, November 2014, Pew Research Center)
Primary Religious Views: The majority of Dominicans (57%) identify as Catholic but with very limited understanding of what they believe.
Dominican Republic does not require a visa but you will need a passport
Work while there: Working with a local church planter, Mr. Gilberto. We will be prayer-walking, sharing the gospel, inviting locals to church services and possibly working with school-age and university students.
Cost of the Trip:
Total: appx $1,400
Application Deadline: March 31
Palm Sunday is the day that we remember and celebrate the day Jesus entered into Jerusalem as Savior and King. As Jesus rode a donkey into the town of Jerusalem a large crowd gathered and laid palm branches and their cloaks across the road, giving Jesus royal treatment.
On Palm Sunday our Kids will sing Forever by Chris Tomlin on stage during the service. Please Bring your child to the worship center no later than 8:30 am on April 14th. Children will be dismissed after they sing at the beginning of the 11am service. Invite all your family and friends to join us!
Word Women excitedly announces the LifeWay Going Beyond Simulcast with Priscilla Shirer on April 6. The Going Beyond Simulcast brings women together from all walks of life across the globe for a day of biblical teaching, prayer, and worship. This simulcast is open to any woman and the event registration deadline is March 31.
$20 (Includes admission and lunch)
$15 (Includes souvenir T-Shirt) (optional)
Word Baptist Church
416 Calion Street
Jonesboro, AR 72401
Do you want to bring home a keepsake from our simulcast get together? Do you love a shirt souvenir to commemorate a special day of teaching? Below you can register for this event and also buy a t-shirt. The t-shirt is $15 and is an optional purchase. If you do not wish to purchase it, simply select “I do not want a shirt” under the options for shirt sizes. The t-shirt order deadline is March 24.
About Priscilla Shirer
Priscilla Shirer is a wife and mom first, but put a Bible in her hand and a message in her heart, and you’ll see why thousands meet God in powerful, personal ways at her live events. With a Master’s Degree in biblical studies from Dallas Theological Seminary, Priscilla brings the depths of Scripture to life. She is the author of best-selling Bible studies, including Discerning the Voice of God, The Armor of God, Gideon, and Jonah, as well as the author of many books, including Fervent and the New York Times best-seller The Resolution for Women. She and her husband, Jerry, lead Going Beyond Ministries. They count it as their greatest privilege to serve every denomination and culture of the church.
Arkansas State University has over 650 International Students enrolled from over 50 different countries. Many of these countries have limited or no access to the gospel.
These students often find it difficult to build meaningful relationships with American students and families.
The goal of our International Student Ministry is to connect with these students so that we can help connect them to the church, by sharing the gospel and building relationships with them.
We can build relationships with these students through several different events; weekly English conversation practice groups, international student move-in and cook-out, sporting events, or having students over for dinner.
If you’re interested in being a part of the International Student Ministry, or learning more, please join us for our International Student Prayer/Interest Meeting on February 24th at 1pm. The meeting will last 30 minutes and will give you all the info you’ll need to get involved.