Attend Sunday School University


This year’s Equipping U event Sunday School University is a place where you can bring your teachers and leaders to learn the principles and methods for leading a strong Sunday school. If you are a seasoned Sunday School leader who has attending training events in the past, this year’s experience is unlike past Equipping U events. Sunday School University will feature a university format with multiple skill-level conferences to choose from. Participants will be able to choose two fifty-five minute conferences. Like past events, a quality faculty with a heart for ministry will be leading these sessions for leaders of all age groups.

There’s another key difference from other training opportunities. Sunday School University is tuition free. Your tuition is paid by the gifts to the Cooperative Program and to your association. Tuition free certainly does not mean lack of quality, your TBC Sunday School team values excellence.

Here are a few comments from last year’s Power UP! Your Sunday School conference!

I had a wonderful time at the conference. Actually it didn’t even really feel like a conference at all, but instead was a wonderful time of fellowship with other Sunday School teachers and a lot of learning.

I just wanted to thank you for an excellent conference last night! Everyone I spoke with after the event said that their specific conference was helpful, and we all brought back info we could use. I was excited that my session trained me to train our people – – that was very, very useful! Anyway, I just wanted to let you know how much we appreciated the event, the topics and all of the presenters.

At Sunday School University, you will receive a quality education that could change your class, church, and community. To learn more, visit our web site at www.equippingu.org for a complete list of locations and conferences offered.

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About drmarkmiller

I serve as the Sunday School, Discipleship, Small Groups Specialist for the Tennessee Baptist Convention
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