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Discipleship Ministries

DM logo catWe heed Jesus’ words to His followers to “make disciples.” Starting with toddlers and continuing through the adult years, our ministries work to develop mature followers of Christ. Our focus is training and education in fun settings of fellowship with youth and kids' camps, School of Ministry, Royal Rangers, days of training and more.

Heartland Conference Talent 2017

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Heartland Conference Talent will be Saturday April 8, 2017.  Check in at 9:00 with Sound Checks at 9:30 and competition beginning at 10:00 am.  

The fee to register is $25 per person - regardless of the number of entries a person has.  There is no separate fee for Group Entries (each person in the group will pay their $25).

All registrations must be postmarked by March 15, 2017 and are available to download at  pdf 2017 Talent Quest Registration (304 KB) .  Each group entry must also complete this form  pdf Group Entry Form (82 KB) .  Every student will need a pdf Consent form (304 KB)  as well.  

Please mail all forms to:

Heartland Conference DM

4910 S Anderson Rd

Oklahoma City, OK 73150

Talent Quest guidelines are available at  pdf Talent Quest Guidelines (769 KB) .

The theme for Creative Writing, Video, Short Sermon, is The Kingdom of Heaven is Like ....  And Human Video Designated song is He is the Light by Bryan Katie Torwalt.  

DO NOT Forget that we have Jr Talent as well as Teen Talent!!  We want all our students to have an opportunity to compete!  

The IPHC Website has some great informaiton to help you - IPHC Talent Quest.

Should you have any questions you can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Hallie Brown at 405-737-0113 Ext 3.  

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Pinewood Derby 2017

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What: Pinewood Derby

Where: Heartland Retreat Center -- 4910 S Anderson Rd Oklahoma City, OK 

When: Saturday March 25, 2017 check in begins at 9:00 am

Who: EVERYONE (You do not have to be a Royal Ranger to race, in fact you don't even need to be a boy to race there are categories for everyone)

Car kits must be purchased through Life Springs Resources (car kits link).  If you have any questions or you do not have an account at Life Springs Resources, we would be more than happy to help you and we will have some kits available to purchase through the conference office.  Please contact Hallie Brown at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 405-737-0113 ext 3 for details.  

Check in will begin at 9:00 am and racing will begin at 9:30 am.  There will not be time to build your car on this day, all cars need to come already built.  There will be a place (and time) for you to make adjustments.  There is a $5.00 fee per entry that can be paid that morning at registration.  

  pdf Ranger derby guidelines 2016 (301 KB)

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First Man Standing 2017

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First Man Standing 2017- Restored- will be February 23-25, 2017.  Early Bird Registration of $50.00 is open and will end on February 1, 2017 - this will include a sweatshirt.  After February 1, 2017, the price will be $65.00.  

Schedule of Activities:

Thursday:

5:30 - Rooms open and Registration Begins

6:00 - Dinner and Activities around the Campfire

Friday:

8:00 - Breakfast

9:00 - Breakout Sessions

12:00 - Lunch on your own and free time

6:00 - Dinner

7:00 - Service - John Leggett

Saturday:

8:30 - Breakfast

10:00 - Service - John Leggett

 

This year Taurie Watkins and his team will be leading us in Worship and our speaker is Pastor John Leggett.  

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Download Registration here pdf First Man Standing 2017 Registration (356 KB)  or you can register online at First Man Standing 2017 Online Registration

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Omega Ministries Fellowship Luncheon 2015

About 40 senior and/or retired ministers and guests were present on Saturday, September 12, for the 2015 Omega Ministries Fellowship Lunch. The event was held at The Crown Center in Oklahoma City. Pastors John and Anne Youell proved to be gracious and accommodating hosts.

Vintage table décor reinforced this year’s theme, “Remember When,” as did the singing of old, but familiar, songs led by Jim Bratcher and activities that caused us to recall some things with fondness. Other memories sparked gladness in our hearts that we don’t have to do “that” again.

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Heartland Conference School of Ministry 2017-2019

As fall is approaching and we all begin to settle back in to a routine, I wanted to take an opportunity to remind you about the

Heartland Conference School of Ministry.  

What is the Heartland Conference School of Ministry? 

It is a two year program in which you will be equipped to serve as a leader in a healthy church. You could even be serving as a senior pastor.

Overview and Requirements

The Heartland School of Ministry is a 16 –course program to train ministers, ministerial candidates , and lay leaders. We operate on a 2-year cycle with 8 classes per year (September –November and January-May). The format is modular, so classes may be taken in any order.

Each course includes reading, pre-class assignment(s) and an exciting class taught by experts in the subject matter. Those who complete the School of Ministry receive a diploma and qualify for ministerial licensing in the Heartland Conference.

You can choose to audit—enjoy the classroom interaction without the pre-class assignment or receiving a grade.

There are no formal academic requirements for admission to the school, but a pastoral recommendation is required.

Class Structure

Classes meet once a month on a Friday evening and Saturday. On the Friday, check-in and dinner begin at 6:00, and a class typically runs from 7:00-9:30. Saturdays feature a breakfast beginning 30 minutes before class begins (normal start time for class is 9:00 but is subject to change).

Dress is casual and snacks are served during the class sessions.

School of Ministry students are entitled to stay in the conference dorms for a low cost.

Location

Classes are held at the Heartland Conference Retreat Center at I40 and Anderson Rd in Oklahoma

How much will it cost???                          

Fees:

Registration: $35.00

Tuition (each course): $50.0

Tuition (for spouse): $25.00

Audit Fee: $25.00

Textbooks (per course, estimate): $10.00—$25.00

Dorm Room (optional): $25.00           

 Those holding at least Local Church Minister’s License receive $20.00 off each course.

Heartland Conference senior pastors receive a total tuition scholarship for each course (book not included),

To Enroll

Fill out admission application. Have pastor complete a recommendation form.

                                                                   

Courses Offered for 2017-2019

Old Testament Survey

                                September 15-16, 2017

A synopsis of the Old Testament touching in the themes, background and messages of each book.



New Testament Survey

                                October 20-21, 2017

An overview of the New Testament including themes, background and messages of each book.



World Missions

                                November 17-18, 2017

Creating connection for/in missions within the local church and globally.



Life and Ministry of Christ

                                January 19-20, 2018

An overview of the events and teaching of Christ.



Communicating the Gospel – Speaking, Technology, and Social Media

                                February 16-17, 2018

Public speaking principles for preaching and teaching, using technology in communicating your message.



Communicating the Gospel – Part 2 – Speaking, Technology, and Social Media

                                March 23-24, 2018

Utilizing the information gained in Communicating the Gospel each student will write and deliver a sermon in front of their peers and a panel of pastors and leaders – feedback will be given.       



Evangelism and Church Planting

                                April 20-21, 2018

Focus on the role of an evangelist as well as how to plant a new church thru evangelism.



Marriage and Family

                                May 18-19, 2018

Biblical fundamentals for strong and healthy marriages and families; lead your ministry by example.

TBA

                                September 14-15, 2018





Holy Spirit

                                October 19-20, 2018

A look at the Holy Spirit in the Bible and in the release of power in the believer’s life – includes a gift and personality profile.



Spiritual Formation

                                November 16-17, 2018

An overview of living a life fully devoted to Christ and reproducing that life in others. This class will include a look at identifying core values and developing ministry ethics based on biblical and personal core values. 



Romans

                                January 18-19, 2019

A survey of the fundamental book of the Protestant Reformation; also a solid overview of the Gospel of Jesus Christ including foundational doctrines such as salvation, justification, and sanctification.



Worship Arts

                                February 15-16, 2019

An examination of spiritual, pragmatic, and biblical principles for leading worship including musical styles, drama, and media presentations.



Pastoral Ministry

                                March 15-16, 2019

A look at the many roles in pastoral ministry including but not limited to shepherding, biblical counseling and pastoral care.



Church Administration

                                April 12-13, 2019

A systematic discussion of practical leadership in the local church – how to conduct a board meeting, bookkeeping, monthly reporting, hosting another church in your church, etc., includes a module on protecting children.



History and Doctrine of the IPHC

                                May 17-18, 2019

A history of the IPHC along with her Articles of Faith and doctrinal distinctive; includes current denominational emphases.




** Classes and Dates are subject to change           

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First Man Standing 2017 Online Registration

First Man Standing 2017 Online Registration

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The early bird registration fee is $50, and is due by February 1st, 2017. All registrations received by February 1st will receive a free sweatshirt! The registration after February 1st is $65.00 and does not include the free sweatshirt. If you choose not to pay online, please mail your registration fee to Heartland Men's Ministry 4910 S Anderson Rd Oklahoma City, OK 73150
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IPHC Seven Core Values

Taught by Steve Brown and Justin Blankenship
September 19-20, 2014

Every organization has core values that determine how it operates. Each minister will act out of his or her philosophy of ministry. Learn the Seven Core Values of the IPHC and let them shape the way you do ministry!

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