Little Rock Baptist Church: 1999 Annual Report
Subjects: Annual Report
Description: This report focuses on the concept of faith and what it means to have faith in God. This is followed by a two page spread of bullets stating various expectations, and goals for the next year. Also included are Also included are pages the the outreach and follow-up ministries, biblical attitude and history of giving, recommendations, the pastor's census as well as a calender of events.
Original Format: Annual Report
Rights Management: Little Rock Baptist Church
Contributing Institution: Array
Contributor: Sherell Wiggins
Transcript: Letter from the Pastor
Pastor Holley discusses faith and how one must have it in order to experience God's promises. He speaks of reasonable faith; acceptance of certain facts and relevant faith; connecting divine grace to human need. He closes with the statement containing responsive faith that will motive the church in to empowerment, embracing and impact.
Bullets stating expectations, goals and recommendations relating to the daily operations of the church, auxiliaries, fund raising and future planning.
Annual Day Chairpersons, Recommendations 2000
Recommendations for annual day chairpersons; people who are in charge of organized and planning yearly events such as the churches anniversary program.
S.W.A.T. Street Outreach Ministry
What S.W.A.T. stands for is “ Soul Winning Action Team”. This section is addressed to the purpose and mission of this ministry to promote the act spreading the word of Christ not only in the church but around the community.
P.A.C.E. Discipleship Follow-Up Ministry
What P.A.C.E. stands for is “People Available to Contact and Encourage”. This section is addressed to the purpose and mission of this ministry to help uplift, encourage and give comfort to members who need it.
This piece focuses on the concept of faith as it related to not only trusting God but also having faith in the Bible. It states that there is no magic formula for trusting in God but the more faith one has the more ti will enable them to do so.
Biblical Attitude & History of Giving
Gives a brief Biblical history and attitude of giving and how it pertains to the difference between free-will giving, required giving and tithe.
Page dedicated to sacrificial giving and how it is significant to give out of free will not out of obligation.
Recordings of the number of sermons preached, marriages performed, funerals conducted, members baptized and more.