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CHBC Discipleship Resources for February 16, 2023


A culture of discipleship in the church does not occur because there are lots of discipleship group ministries taking place. A discipleship culture is the result of members taking seriously the command to make disciples. That culture is a result of members taking responsibility of the spiritual health of one another. That culture spreads as members engage in conversations about spiritual matters, spiritual health, and spiritual growth. Daily conversation that moves beyond the pleasantries we so often settle for, and is willing to invite talking about matters of the heart and soul. People who are willing to invoke Scripture and the Holy Spirit into the conversation. If we are going to have those kinds of conversations flow between us, we need to input solid Christian content into our personal lives. The resources below are meant to guide you toward websites that you can engage with and trust the material to be faithful to the Scripture. Learn, talk, disciple one another.  


  • Resources from CHBC, OKC, The Analysis, podcast by Mark DeMoss and Deanna Huff

Printable Bible Reading Plan, Discipleship Journal Bible Reading Plan, by Navigators



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CHBC Connect for February 10, 2023


What is God’s Vision for CHBC?
The church is founded on three fundamental non-negotiables. We identify these as three piers: The Centrality of the Scriptures, the Lordship of Christ, and the Glory of God. What do we mean by the Lordship of Christ? We mean that any true church must hold fast the confession of our faith, simply put – Jesus Christ is Lord (Heb. 10:23, Rom. 10:9-10). Jesus is not only Lord, but He is head of the church (Col. 1:18) It is appropriate that we acknowledge that as we worship, serve, and proclaim the good news.


Bunko Night – February 26 at 6 PM
Following Equip Classes on February 26 join everyone in the Activity Center to enjoy a night of Bunko. If you have never played this game you will enjoy the way it moves quickly, is played easily, and provides the opportunity for you to meet new people. Bring a snack of some food for you and your family. Drinks will be provided. The time will be from 6-7 PM. Come and enjoy some time of fellowship.

AWANA Grand Prix – March 1 at 5:30 PM
Each year AWANA has held a pinewood derby Grand Prix. Parents and children work on cars and then get to race them during a night of fun and fellowship. There are awards for speed as well as design. Cars must be checked-in according to standard on February 22 at AWANA Club night. Racing will take place on Wednesday, March 1. A snack supper will be served at 5:30 and racing will begin at 6 PM. Come out and support all the children who have a car in the competition.


Utah Mission Trip – July 7-15
Victory Christian Fellowship is a small Southern Baptist Church in the town of Panguitch, Utah. They have existed for just over thirty years, but recently have struggled to locate a pastor because of the limited amount of housing in this resort area. They are constructing a parsonage, while trying to keep ministry going to the residents and many visitors the area. We will be conducting a 4-day VBS and helping finish the building project during our trip. If you are interested in going on this mission trip, or would just like more information, please stay after church for a few minutes on Sunday, Feb. 5, to receive an information packet. Cost will be between $780-$900/person depending on rooming arrangements.


Bring Spring – Spring Break Missions – March 12-14
Spring Break Missions is a great way to introduce your children to missions and serving. This 2.5 day mission experience will include group times of worship and fellowship, as well as serving needs at CHBC, Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children, and Kaleo Ministries. Pick up a brochure to learn more about how to use part of your Spring Break for missions. $50/adult and $40/child (4yo – 18).


Equip Classes – Begin Feb. 19
Sunday nights at 5 PM, beginning February 19, CHBC will be offering six opportunities to equip the church. Youth and Adults will have four opportunities to be equipped further in Prayer, Evangelism, Service, or Pro-Life Apologetics. Children can participate in PoWer for Kids, or attend a discipleship class on the Fruit of the Spirit. Listen for details to know which class you should attend this spring. (Dates are Feb. 19, Feb. 26, Mar. 5, Mar. 19, Mar. 26, and Apr. 2)


CHBC Resource Center
Stop by the updated Resource Center outside the main doors to get the ESV Study Bible, or Systematic Theology, 2nd Ed.  by Wayne Grudem. The CHBC Resource Center exists to provide biblical tools every home should own. There is a payment box at the Resource Center with suggested retail pricing for each available resource. Pay what you can if you can. We want every home equipped with these Bible study tools. Also, pick up your free Scripture Memory pack, preloaded with all the verses for Titus 2.


Scripture of the Month - February
Titus 2:2, “Older men are to be temperate, dignified, sensible, sound in faith, in love, in perseverance.”

During 2023 CHBC will be saying aloud verses from the book of Titus 2. CHBC quotes Scripture aloud during our morning worship gathering. This is done for two reasons. First, we are commanded in Scripture to encourage one another with the Word of God. Second, we want to emphasize the spiritual discipline of Scripture memory. The goal of 2023 is for you to be able to quote the entire second chapter of the Epistle to Titus. Pick up your Scripture Memory card packs at the Resource Center outside the middle doors of the Worship Center.


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