The Maple Trail MissionOur mission is to serve churches and parachurch organizations in ministry development and implementation strategies.
Maple Trail Ministry Consultants
816 N. Hoskins Ave
Campbellsville, KY 42718
Author Archives: shanegarrison
Maple Trail Ministry Consultants finished 2011 with relative ease. God continues to be faithful and all of our consultants are doing well in their respective positions and ministries. All in all, not much has changed in 2011. Dr. Shane Garrison continues … Continue reading
A very busy fall season is shaping up for Maple Trail Ministry Consultants. Our mission to equip the saints for the work of ministry has opened up several great opportunities to encourage church leaders and pastors across the state of … Continue reading
This week marks the 3rd anniversary of Maple Trail Ministry Consultants being in existence. In those three years, we have been honored to serve numerous churches, local associations, and Christian parachurch organizations. We would like to thank each of the following partners … Continue reading
July 23-24 – Crestwood Baptist Church, Frankfort, KY – Dr. Garrison will be leading a Sunday School Teacher Training event on Saturday and preaching about the teaching ministry of the church on Sunday. July 30 – Anchor Baptist Church, Richmond, KY … Continue reading
Dr. Shane Garrison, president of Maple Trail Ministry Consultants, completed his time as the interim pastor of Bethany Baptist Church in Louisville, KY. Garrison became interim pastor in August 2010 after the departure of Dr. Chuck Fuller. This is the … Continue reading
Maple Trail Ministry Consultants will be working with several churches and conferences this summer in various capacities. We are excited to be invited and look forward to beginning relationships with these churches. May 16-19 – Contagious Churches & Leaders Conference … Continue reading
The following was taken during the 2011 KBC Imagine Preschool and Children’s Ministry Conference at Parkway Baptist Church in Bardstown, KY. Dr. Garrison was asked to bring the message Saturday morning during the large group session.