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Frank Hensley

Associate Pastor

Green Street Baptist Church

HQ Phone: (336) 841-4334

Green Street Baptist Church

303 N. Rotary Dr.

High Point, North Carolina 27262

United States

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Green Street is a church that reflects the heart of Jesus in its ministry to the child. In every way, we seek to help your child grow toward God. It is our desire to lay a solid foundation in the disciplines of Christian growth: worshipping God through si... more

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· Frank Hensley, senior ...

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· Frank Hensley, senior adult minister at Green Street Baptist Church in High Point;


· Frank Hensley, senior ...

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· Frank Hensley, senior adult minister at Green Street Baptist Church in High Point;


Saunders, chair; Marj Bennett, retired ...

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Saunders, chair; Marj Bennett, retired missionary and member of First Baptist Church, Burlington; Bobby Boyd, director of social services for Catawba County and member of Woodlawn Baptist Church in Conover; Brenda Gray, executive vice president for development at Baptist Children's Homes and member of Mills Home Baptist Church in Thomasville; Scott Eanes, pastor of Fairview Baptist Church in Statesville; Raymond Hamrick Jr., pastor of Mountain View Baptist Church in Maiden; Frank Hensley, senior adult minister at Green Street Baptist Church in High Point; Barbara Voorhees, retired director of senior adult day care and day house and a member of Morningside Baptist Church in Brevard; and Joan Mitchell, an attorney who is a member of the elder law section of the N.C. Bar Association, and who chaired the study committee on Baptist Retirement Homes in 2007.


The Baptist Message - Online

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Green Street's minister of education Frank Hensley said he was in the midst of reading Hemphill's book when it came time for the Central Triad Baptist Association of 38 churches in the High Point, N.C., area to plan a third annual Sunday School leadership training event at Green Street.The 100-year-old church has 4,000 members, with about 2,000 in worship on Sundays."A lot of times it's difficult to get our Sunday School teachers to travel to a far destination for training," said Hensley."We want to encourage smaller churches.We want to make available to them what they might not otherwise be able to take advantage of, so we hosted 300 people here, representing five associations."The EKG theme of the conference, "Empowering Kingdom Growth Through Sunday School," was carried through everything from medical blips in their brochures to an emergency room door as a gag "door prize.""Sunday School is viewed by some people as a dinosaur, and we wanted to reemphasize the importance of Sunday School in the life of the church and the life of the individual.EKG fit perfectly with that," Hensley said.Hensley said Hemphill's EKG is a transforming work, and he wanted to introduce other churches to it, possibly as a springboard for them to do the 40-day study.

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Returning to the medical theme at the EKG conference, Hensley added: "This is something that's caught and not taught.


Lab coats, stethoscopes underscore initiative for healthy EKG - (BP)

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Green Street's minister of education Frank Hensley said he was in the midst of reading Hemphill's book when it came time for the Central Triad Baptist Association of 38 churches in the High Point, N.C., area to plan a third annual Sunday School leadership training event at Green Street.The 100-year-old church has 4,000 members, with about 2,000 in worship on Sundays.

"A lot of times it's difficult to get our Sunday School teachers to travel to a far destination for training.We want to encourage smaller churches.We want to make available to them what they might not otherwise be able to take advantage of, so we hosted 300 people here, representing five associations," Hensley said.
The EKG theme of the conference, "Empowering Kingdom Growth Through Sunday School," was carried through everything from hearts and medical blips in their brochures to an emergency room door as a gag "door prize," which was later substituted for the real prize -- a home blood pressure kit.
"Sunday School is viewed by some people as a dinosaur, and we wanted to reemphasize the importance of Sunday School in the life of the church and the life of the individual.EKG fit perfectly with that," Hensley said.
Hensley said Hemphill's EKG is a transforming work, and he wanted to introduce other churches to it, possibly as a springboard for them to do the 40-day study.
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"Sometimes He'll grow it in spite of us," Hensley smiled."This study takes you away from doing tasks.We've got all these different programs and tasks we perform and focus on.This has become an invitation to get involved in something that's just big.It's finding out where God's working and getting on board."
Returning to the medical theme at the EKG conference at Green Street in late August, Hensley added: "This is something that's caught and not taught.

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