Guided Bible Studies for Hungry Christians

North American Baptist Conference Mainline Protestant:

Introduction The North American Baptist Conference is an association of Baptists of German ethnic heritage in the United States and Canada. They are a family of churches with a diverse group of believers that represent countless languages and different cultures. The local churches chose to be a part of the North American Baptist Conference and they then became a member of a larger congregation tha ...[Read More]

North American Baptist Covenant:

Introduction January 9, 2007, an announcement was made about a New Baptist Covenant by Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton, two former U.S. Presidents, who led the effort to establish black and white Baptist organizations into one all-inclusive Baptist coalition. They brought together forty Baptist denominations at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia, to launch a celebration of a New Baptist Covenant ...[Read More]

The Progressive National Baptist Convention:

Introduction: The National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA, is a group of black Primitive Baptists which organized in 1907. Their congregation is also known as the NPBC. The Progressive National Baptist Convention have implemented progressive methods and policies which are different from their historical and theological background. They no longer hold to the strict Calvinistic teachings on Prede ...[Read More]

New Testament Association of Independent Baptist Churches:

Introduction The New Testament Association of Independent Baptist Churches is a national fellowship of fundamental independent Baptist churches. It was proposed as a national organization for independent fundamental separatist Baptist. The origin of the New Testament Association of Independent Baptist Churches comes from the Conservative Baptist Association of America. There was discontent in 1950 ...[Read More]

Mennonite Brethren Churches, U.S. Conference:

Introduction The US Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches is an association of Mennonite Christians with their beginnings in southern Russia. They are an Evangelical Anabaptist denomination that seeks to glorify God by serving Jesus Christ and His church. They strive to give leadership to ministers of their conference. The US Conference of Mennonite Brethren Churches was influenced by the Mora ...[Read More]

International Pentecostal Church of Christ:

Introduction The International Pentecostal Church of Christ is a Pentecostal denomination that originated because of a merger between two Pentecostal organizations in 1976. The merger was between the International Pentecostal Assemblies and the Pentecostal Church of Christ to become the International Pentecostal Church of Christ. The International Pentecostal Church of Christ hold to four ordinanc ...[Read More]

Independent Charismatic Church:

Introduction The Independent Charismatic Church is a charismatic movement that is international and transdenominational. It is a fellowship of Christians who believe that the gifts of the Holy Spirit are manifested in this time. The Independent Charismatic Church is approved by many denominations, but is different in its organization and their insistence in speaking in tongues. They believe it is ...[Read More]

International Pentecostal Church of Christ:

Introduction The International Pentecostal Church of Christ is a Pentecostal denomination that originated because of a merger between two Pentecostal organizations in 1976. The merger was between the International Pentecostal Assemblies and the Pentecostal Church of Christ to become the International Pentecostal Church of Christ. The International Pentecostal Church of Christ hold to four ordinanc ...[Read More]

Fire Baptized Holiness Church:

Introduction The Fire Baptized Holiness Church is a predominantly African American Pentecostal Holiness denomination of Christians. Their organizational type of church government is Episcopal. Their highest church officials are the Bishops and they are a head of the dioceses. Women can be licensed to preach and serve as pastors. The headquarters and schools for the Fire Baptized Holiness Church ar ...[Read More]

Moravian Church in America Southern Province:

Introduction The Moravian Church established its own ministry in 1457 when a small group of Christians gathered together. The Southern Province of the Moravians are those Moravian churches in the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and Florida. It is a member of the National Council of Churches. The Moravian church is a historic church that originated in ancient Bohemia and ...[Read More]