Monday, July 26, 2010

Rea Valley Outdoor Ministry

We have had a great time so far with our own young people inviting their friends to a campout church on the river, several 'preacher' groups, and of course our youth pastor and several others not even needing a reason to go. . . .so. . . we are ready to invite (again) anyone out there that would like to bring a group down to Rea Valley for a wonderful time of fishing, and worship.
If any of your groups would like to do a float trip (short or long) we are prepared. We have guides, outfitters, lodging arrangements, singing and preaching available.
We would love to help you use our beautiful area to reach your friends for Christ.

Randy Livingston, 870 404 2292
Jack Gilliland, 870 449 5659

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Seminary Extension Begins Soon

Seminary Extension in WRBA slated to begin in Fall 2010

Systematic Theology is scheduled to be the first course offering provided by the White River Baptist Association Seminary Extension Center which is being readied to begin this fall.  Dr. Tommy Cunningham, Pastor of Mountain Home Baptist Church, will serve as Director of the Seminary Extension Center and will lead the first classes this fall.

The courses being offered are intended to benefit pastors, staff members, Bible study leaders, and individuals with an interest in strengthening their Biblical and doctrinal background.  Ministers as well as lay persons will find the studies to be beneficial.

Cost for the courses include the books and materials, and exact cost will depend on amount of college credit the course offers.  There will be an interest meeting for Seminary Extension on July 26 at 6:30 PM.  The meeting will be held at Mountain Home Baptist Church. 

Classes are scheduled to begin Monday evening, September 13, 2010, at 6 PM.  More information is available by contacting WRBA at 870-453-2575.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010


Rev. Doug Huskey, pastor at Lone Rock Baptist Church near Norfork, will serve as evangelist for the FBC Cotter Revival. Services are scheduled for Sunday, August 15 through Friday August 20.  Evening Services will be held at 6:30 PM. 

The public is invited, and local churches are encouraged to participate.