“What does a disciple of Jesus look like?”
State missionary Steve Layton said that was the major question explored at this year’s Pinnacle Alabama, an annual conference for Sunday School and small group leaders hosted by the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions.
“We want Sunday School leaders throughout the state to be encouraged, to learn some new things and to reach their potential in Bible teaching and disciple making,” said Layton, lead strategist for groups in the SBOM office of Sunday School & discipleship. Layton coordinated Pinnacle, held at Shocco Springs Aug. 5–6.
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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.