What kind of leaders are we? What are we focused on? How are we behaving? What are our innermost motivations? Our mini church leaders conference will focus on these things through the lens of 1 Thess 2:1-12, where Paul explains the kind of leadership which the Thessalonians experienced.
Please accept our invitation to a time of fellowship and encouragement on Thursday, October 26th, from 12-3 PM, just prior to the Repentance conference.
At this luncheon, some of our speakers will share what is "burning in their souls." All men and boys are welcome to attend. We will begin our time together with a delicious lunch before hearing from Scott Brown, Kevin Swanson, Craig Houston, and others.
The cost is $35.00 per person.
Click here to hear sample clips from prior "Burnings in the Soul" luncheons.
Our national conference in 2017 is taking place just a few days before the 500-year anniversary of Martin Luther nailing his 95 Theses to the Wittenberg Door on October 31, 1517. This is why we are directing our attention to the doctrine and the fruit of the Protestant Reformation.
The heart of the Reformation was repentance. This is the source of all times of refreshing. At this conference, we will be hearkening back to some of the great doctrines of the Protestant Reformation but it will be even more focused on the reformations of church and family that are in motion today as God continues to reform His church.
In Titus 1:5, we learn that Titus was to “set in order the things that are lacking and appoint elders in every city.” By His perfect wisdom, God has laid out how the church is to be governed in His Word. It is such a blessing that God’s design for the leadership of His church has been revealed to us. We must ensure that our practices and doctrine today mirror with what Scripture dictates
As the shepherds go, so goes the church. One of the most dangerous things leaders can do is to appoint men who are not biblically qualified. Conversely, one of the most life-giving things leaders can do is to properly identify and present elders to the church for affirmation.
In this course titled "Preaching With Precision & Power," Dr. Lawson will explore the mandate, meaning, marks, models, mechanics, and motivation of expository preaching. This event is designed for men who are serving in or considering various church leadership and pastoral roles. However, pastors' wives and those who teach in women's ministry occasionally attend.