Author: Chuck Bonadies, Senior Pastor While we’ve cautioned against categorizing people as “deserving” or “undeserving,” we still need to deal with the question of how to best help people who seem to hurt their own...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Charles A. Bonadies
Prior to Chuck Bonadies accepting the call as pastor of Ridgefield Baptist Church (Danbury, CT), he was senior pastor of Suber Road Baptist Church (Greer, SC)...
Author: Chuck Bonadies, Senior Pastor One topic of concern for congregations is the question of self-inflicted wounds. Those who deal routinely with the ministry of benevolence know that financial needs are often (though not always!) the result of...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Author: Chuck Bonadies, Senior Pastor In theory virtually all who claim the name of Jesus agree that the Bible mandates ministries of mercy and that God is glorified through Christian charity. The difficulty comes when we move from theory to...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Author: Chuck Bonadies, Senior Pastor In the last post it was concluded that every Christian should prayerfully consider how to best approach the ministry of mercy in both church and community. Before moving to some of the common problems of...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Author: Chuck Bonadies, Senior Pastor The ministry of mercy, or benevolence, is the church’s effort to meet the needs of those who are down and out. While ideas such as illiteracy, poor heath and other related issues are often found under...[ abbreviated | read entire ]
By Mark Clements - Assistant Pastor Some aspects of the ministry are exciting and get a lot of attention—preaching, teaching, and even counseling. These areas seem to be the focus of attention when you talk to people about church....[ abbreviated | read entire ]
Mark Clements, our associate pastor, has been at Suber Road since 1989 and has been on staff since 1991. He holds a bachelor‚Äôs degree and a master‚Äôs degree in...