Become a BSCLN Partner:
What is the BSCLN? The BSCLN is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which began in 1980 as the Southern Baptist Bivocational Ministers Association under the leadership of Dr. Dale Holloway (National Consultant for Bivocational Ministries for the Southern Baptist Convention). In 2009, the name was changed to the Bivocational and Small Church Leadership Network to better define its true nature and to include ministry to smaller membership church leaders (those averaging 125 or less in Sunday School). It exists solely for the purpose of advancing and revitalizing bivocational and smaller membership church pastors and the congregations they serve.
What is a BSCLN Partner? A BSCLN Partner is an individual, church, association or institution which supports the mission of the BSCLN by contributing a minimum of $100 each year to the ministry of the BSCLN. Churches are encouraged to consider placing the BSCLN in their budget to receive 1% of undesignated receipts.
Why be a BSCLN Partner? The BSCLN exists for the purpose of encouraging, resourcing and training bivocational and smaller membership church pastors and leaders. The BSCLN has no funding except modest membership fees and individual contributions. The goal of the BSCLN is to find its life by giving itself away helping bivo and smaller membership church leaders.
How to become a BSCLN Partner?
Mail contributions to:
BSCLN, P.O. Box 111744, Nashville, Tennessee 37211.
A receipt will be sent immediately.