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The public proclamation of the gospel in the context of local church life is a matter of life and death for everyone connected to that church. At this conference, we are seeking to equip local churches in evangelism. You will hear messages that focus on evangelism and the individual, evangelism and the family, and evangelism in the church. We pray that this experience will be for the improvement of evangelistic activities at all levels of church and personal life.

JeremiahCry Ministries in conjunction with NCFIC is hosting the Aggressive Power of the Christian Church Conference at Hope Baptist Church in Wake Forest, NC.

Please accept our invitation to, "Our Marriages and the Marriages of Our Son's and Daughters -“ In California!  This is one of my favorite gatherings. We are very grateful to take this conference to California this year. We are limiting the group size to 30 couples. What does the Biblical picture of marriage mean? What are the true heartstrings of happiness in marriage? What are the little foxes that make marriage hard? Further, we will speak about how we might be a blessing to our children in helping them to choose and how they should look to the Bible to guide them as they enter into the process of getting married.

 

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If you are a pastor of a church from either central or western North Carolina or South Carolina, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a day of prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Monday, May 4. Deacons and aspiring church officers are also more than welcome.

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Please accept our invitation to, "Our Marriages and the Marriages of Our Son's and Daughters." This is one of my favorite gatherings. It is small and intimate and it takes place in our home - my favorite place on the planet. We limit the group size to 22 couples and we spend the whole time in our living room. 

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The Fear of God Conference

The Fear of God Conference

Oct. 27 - 29, 2016

Please consider coming to our national conference next year titled, “The Fear of God.” We will be developing the doctrine of the fear of God, as well as discussing the applications of this doctrine for our own hearts, homes, churches, and government. There are astonishing promises spoken in Scripture to those who fear the Lord. One of those promises is found in the book of Proverbs: “By humility and the fear of the LORD / Are riches and honor and life” (Prov. 22:4).

Please accept our invitation to a time of fellowship and encouragement on Thursday, October 27 at noon, just prior to the Fear of God conference. At this luncheon, some of our speakers will share what is burning in their souls. All men and boys are welcome. We will have three hours together, beginning with a very nicely appointed lunch. The cost is $35.00 per person.

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One of my great desires is that pastors in a region who embrace the sufficiency of Scripture will begin to know each other better and in turn work together to advance the kingdom of heaven in their communities. To that end, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a luncheon for prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation.

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You are invited to join us for a time of prayer and encouragement from the Word on August 5th from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm. Scott Brown will be teaching on shepherding from Ezekiel 34. Come and connect with other local church leaders in your area.

Registration: Free
Lunch: $5

Southeast Family Conference

Southeast Family Conference

Jul. 15 - 16, 2016
Please join us for the Family Conference (hosted by Grace Baptist Church) in Montgomery, Alabama on Friday evening, July 15th, and Saturday, July 16th. Defending marriage in our churches is a critical matter at this historical moment in America. Marriage has become a battleground. How do we as church leaders fight for a biblical view of marriage in our churches? How do we equip the saints? This will be the focus of Scott Brown’s presentation and the topic of discussion at the Alabama Leadership Luncheon.

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Defending marriage in our churches is a critical matter at this historical moment in America. Marriage has become a battleground. How do we as church leaders fight for a biblical view of marriage in our churches? How do we equip the saints? This will be the focus of Scott Brown’s presentation and the topic of discussion at the Georgia Leadership Luncheon.

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Defending marriage in our churches is a critical matter at this historical moment in America. Marriage has become a battleground. How do we as church leaders fight for a biblical view of marriage in our churches? How do we equip the saints? This will be the focus of Scott Brown’s presentation and the topic of discussion at the Pennsylvania Leadership Luncheon.

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Please join us in Plant City as Grace & Truth Family Baptist Church and the NCFIC team up to furnish a regional conference for churches and families in the area. The focus of the conference will be on the doctrine of the church and how we can adorn the doctrine in our love and devotion for local churches.

Please accept our invitation to, "Our Marriages and the Marriages of Our Son's and Daughters." This is one of my favorite gatherings. It is small and intimate and it takes place in our home - my favorite place on the planet. We limit the group size to 22 couples and we spend the whole time in our living room. 

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Defending marriage in our churches is a critical matter at this historical moment in America. Marriage has become a battleground. How do we as church leaders fight for a biblical view of marriage in our churches? How do we equip the saints? This will be the focus of Scott Brown’s presentation and the topic of discussion at the Nebraska Leadership Luncheon.

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For all of you who would love to go to North Carolina in order to participate in Scott and Deborah Brown’s “Our Marriages and the Marriages of Our Sons and Daughters” but can’t drive that far for a weekend, we have great news for you.  Scott and Deborah are coming to Lincoln Nebraska on January 29 – 30 to share this wonderful seminar, groomed from their 32 years of marriage.  They have received great grace from God, experiencing His faithful superintendence of their commitment to a multi-gerational vision.

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Defending marriage in our churches is a critical matter at this historical moment in America. Marriage has become a battleground. How do we as church leaders fight for a biblical view of marriage in our churches? How do we equip the saints? This will be the focus of Scott Brown’s presentation and the topic of discussion at the Texas Leadership Luncheon.

You and your fellow elders, pastors and deacons, along with your sons and aspiring future church leaders are invited to an NCFIC Church Leadership Luncheon with Scott Brown, January 4th, 2016 in Liberty Hill, Texas.

The location of the 2016 NCFIC Church Leadership Luncheon will be Jardin Corona Mexican Restaurant, 15395 W. State Hwy. 29, Liberty Hill, Texas 78642. The time will be 11:00-3:00.

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We are excited to announce this marriage retreat for young couples who have been married seven years or less.

Generally, most of the people who have come to our annual marriage retreat have children getting older - nearing the age of marriage. Without fail, many of them say two things to us, first: “We sure wish we had known these things 20 years ago.” Second, they say: “Why don’t you do a marriage retreat for younger married couples in order to help them lay foundations? Then they won't say, 'I wish we had known these things 20 years ago.'”

Because of this, we have decided to hold a marriage retreat for young couples January 1-2, 2016 at the Moody home in Georgetown.

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We are excited about announcing this for young couples who have been married seven years or less.

Generally, most of the people who come have children getting older - nearing the age of marriage. Without fail, many of them say two things to us, first: “We sure wish we had known these things 20 years ago.” Second, they say: “Why don’t you do a marriage retreat for younger married couples in order to help them lay foundations? Then they won't say, 'I wish we had known these things 20 years ago.'”

Because of this, we have decided to hold a marriage retreat for young couples December 4-5, 2015 at our home in Wake Forest.

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Please accept our invitation to a time of fellowship and encouragement on Thursday, October 29 at noon, just prior to the Highway of Holiness conference. At this luncheon, some of our speakers will share what is burning in their souls. All men and boys are welcome. We will have three hours together, beginning with a very nicely appointed lunch. The cost is $35.00 per person.

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One of my hopes for 2015 is that pastors in a region who embrace the sufficiency of Scripture will begin to know each other better and in turn work together to advance the kingdom of heaven in their communities.

To that end, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a luncheon for prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Friday September 11, 2015 in Kerrville, TX.

The NCFIC would like to invite you to a day of prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Wednesday, September 2nd. Deacons and aspiring church officers are also more than welcome.

We greatly desire to see like-minded pastors and congregations within a small geographical area begin to (1) know each other, (2) actively encourage each other, and (3) join together in Great Commission labors. As the Lord would give us grace, the NCFIC wants to facilitate this by bringing pastors together and giving them an opportunity to interact and pray for each other.

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A Day for Pastors from Tennessee or Southern/Western Kentucky: If you are a pastor of a church from either Tennessee or southern/western Kentucky, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a day of prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Monday, July 20. Deacons and aspiring church officers are also more than welcome.

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One of my hopes for 2015 is that pastors in a region who embrace the sufficiency of Scripture will begin to know each other better and in turn work together to advance the kingdom of heaven in their communities.

To that end, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a luncheon for prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Saturday, May 30th.

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The NCFIC would like to invite you to a day of prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Monday, May 29. Deacons and aspiring church officers are also more than welcome.

We greatly desire to see like-minded pastors and congregations within a small geographical area begin to (1) know each other, (2) actively encourage each other, and (3) join together in Great Commission labors. As the Lord would give us grace, the NCFIC wants to facilitate this by bringing pastors together and giving them an opportunity to interact and pray for each other.

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The NCFIC would like to invite you to a day of prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Thursday, May 28. Deacons and aspiring church officers are also more than welcome.

We greatly desire to see like-minded pastors and congregations within a small geographical area begin to (1) know each other, (2) actively encourage each other, and (3) join together in Great Commission labors. As the Lord would give us grace, the NCFIC wants to facilitate this by bringing pastors together and giving them an opportunity to interact and pray for each other.

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If you are a pastor of a church from either North Carolina or southern Virginia, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a day of prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on Monday, May 4. Deacons and aspiring church officers are also more than welcome.

We greatly desire to see like-minded pastors and congregations within a small geographical area begin to (1) know each other, (2) actively encourage each other, and (3) join together in Great Commission labors. As the Lord would give us grace, the NCFIC wants to facilitate this by bringing pastors together and giving them an opportunity to interact and pray for each other.

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For all of you who would love to go to North Carolina in order to participate in Scott and Deborah Brown’s “Our Marriages and the Marriages of Our Sons and Daughters” but can’t drive that far for a weekend, we have great news for you.  Scott and Deborah are coming to Southern Illinois on April 24 – 25 to share this wonderful seminar, groomed from their 32 years of marriage.  They have received great grace from God, experiencing His faithful superintendence of their commitment to a multi-gerational vision.  The retreat will be held outside the small town of Bone Gap, IL.

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One of my hopes for 2015 is that pastors in a region who embrace the sufficiency of Scripture will begin to know each other better and in turn work together to advance the kingdom of heaven in their communities.

To that end, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a luncheon for prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on April 24th.

One of my hopes for 2015 is that pastors in a region who embrace the sufficiency of Scripture will begin to know each other better and in turn work together to advance the kingdom of heaven in their communities.

To that end, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a luncheon for prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on April 24th.

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One of my hopes for 2015 is that pastors in a region who embrace the sufficiency of Scripture will begin to know each other better and in turn work together to advance the kingdom of heaven in their communities.

To that end, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a luncheon for prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on February 28th.

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One of my hopes for 2015 is that pastors in a region who embrace the sufficiency of Scripture will begin to know each other better and in turn work together to advance the kingdom of heaven in their communities.

To that end, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a luncheon for prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on February 27th.

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One of my hopes for 2015 is that pastors in a region who embrace the sufficiency of Scripture will begin to know each other better and in turn work together to advance the kingdom of heaven in their communities.

To that end, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a luncheon for prayer, mutual encouragement, fellowship, and exhortation to be held on February 26th.

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Please accept our invitation to, "Our Marriages and the Marriages of Our Son's and Daughters." This is one of my favorite gatherings. It is small and intimate and it takes place in our home - my favorite place on the planet. We limit the group size to 22 couples and we spend the whole time in our living room. We will consider the true heartstrings of happiness in marriage as well as the little foxes that make marriage hard. Further, we will speak about how we might be a blessing to our children in helping them to choose and how they should look to the Bible to guide them as they enter into the process of getting married. 

Deborah and I have been married for 32 years. My parents, Bill and Mary Brown, who have been married for 66 years are a very special addition. We also will have some of our married children with us and that provides many opportunities for conversation about matters of getting married.

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If you are a pastor of a church from either Virginia or eastern North Carolina, the NCFIC would like to invite you to a day of prayermutual encouragementfellowshipand exhortation to be held on Monday, February 2.

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Thursday January 29, from noon to 4:00pm, the NCFIC will be meeting with local leaders for an NCFIC specific lunch gathering. Kirk Smith, the NCFIC Regional Facilitator for the Midwest and myself, will be hosting a lunch meeting with pastors. At that meeting we will eat lunch together, consider some important matters of church life, share with one another, and have some time to pray together. This meeting will take place at the Comfort Suites, 775 Petersburg Rd, Hebron, KY.

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Shepherding the flock of God is the focus of our gathering. The importance of something is often known by who loves it. In the case of the church, we see Christ’s love for her. He loves His church, so much in fact, that the apostle Paul would declare in Acts 20:28 the motivation that should drive elders who shepherd the church. He said, “Therefore take heed to yourselves and to all the flock, among which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to shepherd the church of God which He purchased with His own blood.”

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This year, as I am traveling to different geographies I will be meeting with small groups of local church leaders in order to be together for fellowship, discussion, and prayer. On May 3rd I will be traveling to Lake Geneva Wisconsin. This will be a lunch meeting sponsored by Geneva Lakes Church.  I will be giving a message on shepherding, Steve Gruitzius and Gary Powers will also be bringing us messages on the same subject. Come join the NCFIC and other church leaders in your area for a gathering of fellowship, encouragement, prayer and instruction. I will be having church leaders meetings like this in different parts of the country as well. Please feel free to bring your sons or other men you might be discipling for leadership.

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Have you ever needed some detailed, practical counsel for your marriage? Have you ever wished someone would speak to the everyday matters that pop up in your marriage and family life? Have you ever heard sound teaching, but wished for more than broad theological principles? You needed someone to speak frankly. You wanted someone to show you exactly how the biblical principles applied in the real situations you are experiencing.

Come join Scott Brown, Joel Beeke, Sam Waldron, Jeff Pollard and Derek Thomas for a book discussion on husbands loving their wives.

This year, as I am traveling to different geographies I will be meeting with small groups of local church leaders in order to be together for fellowship, discussion, and prayer. On April 19th, we will be coming together for a lunch meeting in Round Rock, Texas where I will also be giving a message on shepherding. This meeting will be hosted by North Gabriel Christian Assembly. Come join the NCFIC and other church leaders in your area for a gathering of fellowship, encouragement, prayer and instruction. Please feel free to bring your sons or other men you might be discipling for leadership.

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I hope you are able to Join the NCFIC at the Teach Them Diligently conference in Spartanburg, SC on Friday April 4th. This is a gathering of church leaders for fellowship, prayer and instruction. Joseph Dooley and Ben Gardner will be bringing a messages on shepherding. They will gather at 11:30 for fellowship, with lunch beginning at noon. Then they will have a time for instruction, questions and answers, and prayer. The meeting will conclude at 2:30.

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St. Louis Church Leaders Meeting

St. Louis Church Leaders Meeting

Feb. 28 - Mar. 01, 2014

This year, as I am traveling to different geographies I will be meeting with small groups of local church leaders in order to be together for fellowship, discussion, and prayer. On February 28th we will be coming together for a lunch meeting in St. Louis, Missouri where I will also be giving a a message on shepherding. This meeting will be sponsored by Reformation Christian AssemblyCome join the NCFIC and other church leaders in your area for a gathering of fellowship, encouragement, prayer and instruction. Please feel free to bring your sons or other men you might be discipling for leadership.

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This is one of my favorite gatherings. It is small and intimate and it takes place in our home - my favorite place on the planet. We limit the group size to 24 couples and we spend the whole time in our living room. Deborah and I have been married for 29 years. My parents, Bill and Mary Brown, who have been married for 63 years are a very special addition. We also will have two of our married children with us and that provides many opportunities for conversation about matters of getting married. David and Monica have been married 3 years, and Taylor and Blair about 3 years.

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On this tour, we will focus our teaching on matters of church and family life. While families are in a state of frustration and even collapse all over the world, we bring a vision of hope. That vision is the biblical vision for family life. This conference series is designed to deliver that vision of hope by explaining from the Scriptures and how family life is designed to operate in the midst of church life and economic life.

The kind of father that the Bible describes is hardly seen anymore. We need a new kind of father. But, it turns out, the new kind of father we need, is the fatherhood of old that originated in God the Father. He has revealed in His word what His kind of father looks like.  On this weekend, we will be describing him directly from scripture.

At this gathering, we will focus our teaching on matters of fatherhood, church life and family life. While families are in a state of frustration and even collapse all over the world, we bring a vision of hope. That vision is the biblical vision for family life. This conference series is designed to deliver that vision of hope by explaining from the Scriptures and how family life is designed to operate in the midst of church life and economic life.  These issues of church and family begin with understanding that Scripture is sufficient for all things – including church, family and economic life. Our desire in fulfilling the great commission is to do what Jesus commanded His disciples, to "teach them to obey all things that I have commanded them" (Matt 28:20). Our Lord, in His Word has spoken on a multitude of practical church and family issues to instruct His people how they ought to live in harmony with His Word.

The kind of father that the Bible describes is hardly seen anymore. We need a new kind of father. But, it turns out, the new kind of father we need, is the fatherhood of old that originated in God the Father. He has revealed in His word what His kind of father looks like.  On this weekend, we will be describing him directly from scripture. 

The kind of father that the Bible describes is hardly seen anymore. We need a new kind of father. But, it turns out, the new kind of father we need, is the fatherhood of old that originated in God the Father. He has revealed in His word what His kind of father looks like.  On this weekend, we will be describing him directly from Scripture. 

The kind of father that the Bible describes is hardly seen anymore. We need a new kind of father. But, it turns out, the new kind of father we need, is the fatherhood of old that originated in God the Father. He has revealed in His word what His kind of father looks like.  On this weekend, we will be describing him directly from scripture.

On this tour, we will focus our teaching on matters of church and family life. While families are in a state of frustration and even collapse all over the world, we bring a vision of hope. That vision is the biblical vision for family life. This conference series is designed to deliver that vision of hope by explaining from the Scriptures and how family life is designed to operate in the midst of church life and economic life.

On this tour, we will focus our teaching on matters of church and family life. While families are in a state of frustration and even collapse all over the world, we bring a vision of hope. That vision is the biblical vision for family life. This conference series is designed to deliver that vision of hope by explaining from the scriptures and how family life is designed to operate in the midst of church life and economic life.

On this tour, we will focus our teaching on matters of church and family life. While families are in a state of frustration and even collapse all over the world, we bring a vision of hope. That vision is the biblical vision for family life. This conference series is designed to deliver that vision of hope by explaining from the scriptures and how family life is designed to operate in the midst of church life and economic life.

On this tour, we will focus our teaching on matters of church and family life. While families are in a state of frustration and even collapse all over the world, we bring a vision of hope. That vision is the biblical vision for family life. This conference series is designed to deliver that vision of hope by explaining from the scriptures and how family life is designed to operate in the midst of church life and economic life.

On this tour, we will focus our teaching on matters of church and family life. While families are in a state of frustration and even collapse all over the world, we bring a vision of hope. That vision is the biblical vision for family life. This conference series is designed to deliver that vision of hope by explaining from the scriptures and how family life is designed to operate in the midst of church life and economic life.

 
On this tour, we will focus our teaching on matters of church and family life. While families are in a state of frustration and even collapse all over the world, we bring a vision of hope. That vision is the biblical vision for family life. This conference series is designed to deliver that vision of hope by explaining from the scriptures and how family life is designed to operate in the midst of church life and economic life.

The kind of father that the Bible describes is hardly seen anymore. We need a new kind of father. But, it turns out, the new kind of father we need, is the fatherhood of old that originated in God the Father. He has revealed in His word what His kind of father looks like.  On this weekend, we will be describing him directly from scripture. 

The kind of father that the Bible describes is hardly seen anymore. We need a new kind of father. But, it turns out, the new kind of father we need, is the fatherhood of old that originated in God the Father. He has revealed in His word what His kind of father looks like.  On this weekend, we will be describing him directly from scripture. 

A Day for Delight

A Day for Delight

Feb. 16, 2013

This eight-part series on the Sabbath features expositions of five critical texts of Scripture which address God's appointment of a day to spend meditating and finding joy in Christ alone. With Matthew 12 it is a message of mercy - "I desire mercy not sacrifice." With Nehemiah 13 it is a message of rescue from the judgment of God for despising Him. With Exodus 20 it is a message of duty and easing from monetary gain. With Isaiah 58 we hear a message of delight and pleasure and honor. With Hebrews 4 we come to what is perhaps the crescendo of the magnificent meaning on the Sabbath - rest, rest, eternal rest. the "rest" of the Sabbath day is symbolic of rest in Christ today and in heaven tomorrow. The day is a shadow and the earthly reminder of something greater. As Jesus said in Matthew, "something greater than the temple is here." The day reminds us of the gospel and all of its blessings and responsibilities. The message of this series is that there is only one place of rest for weary souls abused by the devil - Christ.

We will consider God’s beautiful design for marriage and define what makes for godly intimacy in marriage. We will illustrate from scripture how headship and submission work in marriage, and how husbands and wives lovingly work for one another’s sanctification, and how to troubleshoot problems in marriage.

This five day lecture series held in Wake Forest, NC will seek to fortify doctrinal foundations by doing exposition of one of the premier confessions of faith. After setting the historical context of the various confessions of faith, the conference will proceed to examine the Baptist Confession of 1689.

Gospel-Centered Marriages

Gospel-Centered Marriages

Oct. 01 - 31, 2011

Designed to bring parents and their marriage age children together to consider the biblical doctrine of marriage with the aim of God-centered marriages, this conference will seek to reset our thoughts about marriage and prepare the rising generation for marriages that glorify God.

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We will consider God’s beautiful design for marriage and define what makes for godly intimacy in marriage. We will illustrate from scripture how headship and submission work in marriage, and how husbands and wives lovingly work for one another’s sanctification, and how to troubleshoot problems in marriage.

 

This live, interactive video broadcast series, running each Tuesday evening from February 8th through March 29th and October 4th through November 22nd, will cover every section of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689.
Love the Church

Love the Church

Dec. 09 - 11, 2010

At this conference we will cast a vision for church life that is presented in scripture. Our prayer is for a rising number of churches dedicated to the glory of God alone. We will communicate the biblical doctrine of the church, explain her importance, her calling and her destiny.

NCFIC Elder Discipleship

NCFIC Elder Discipleship

Dec. 01, 2009

The purpose of the National Center for Family Integrated Churches is to promote healthy, Christ centered, biblically ordered, family integrated churches. One of the critical components of this is equipping elders because a student becomes like his teacher (Luke 6:40) and the church will become like the elders who lead it.

Sufficiency of Scripture

Sufficiency of Scripture

Nov. 13 - 16, 2009

As uncertainty about the future mounts and change looms on the horizon, do you desire to find truth for how to live your life? Are you concerned about the future of the Church in America? Are you troubled about the state of the family? Join us December 10-12 at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center in Covington, Kentucky for a groundbreaking conference declaring "The Sufficiency of Scripture."

Join us in Wake Forest, NC for a Regional NCFIC Conference on uniting church and family! The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches seeks to encourage unity between church and home through family-integrated worship and promoting the role of fathers in the life of the church and family. Special emphasis is placed on the sufficiency of Scripture for faith and practice. 

Join us in North Dighton, Massachusetts for two meetings.

Join us in Steilacoom, Washington for a regional NCFIC conference on uniting church and family! The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches seeks to encourage unity between church and home through family-integrated worship and promoting the role of fathers in the life of the church and family. Special emphasis is placed on the sufficiency of Scripture for faith and practice.

Join us in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin for a Regional NCFIC Conference on uniting church and family! The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches seeks to encourage unity between church and home through family-integrated worship and promoting the role of fathers in the life of the church and family. Special emphasis is placed on the sufficiency of Scripture for faith and practice.

The Church Planter’s Symposium, to be held on September 5-6, 2008 in Wake Forest, North Carolina, is designed to help men think through the critical considerations necessary for church planting. During this two-day symposium, we will identify the elements of biblical church life, discuss the issues and challenges and pitfalls that men face when planting churches, and discuss the things necessary to determine if or when one should plant a church.

Join us in Anderson, Indiana for a Uniting Church and Family Regional Conference! The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches seeks to encourage unity between church and home through family-integrated worship and promoting the role of fathers in the life of the church and family. Special emphasis is placed on the sufficiency of Scripture for faith and practice.

Join us in Wake Forest, North Carolina for a Regional NCFIC Conference on uniting church and family! The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches seeks to encourage unity between church and home through family-integrated worship and promoting the role of fathers in the life of the church and family. Special emphasis is placed on the sufficiency of Scripture for faith and practice.

J.I. Packer has said that the Puritans were the godliest generation since the first century church, for something amazing happened in the Puritan era. But when that generation passed from the scene, something of great importance was quickly lost. Now, we believe it is time to recover it, expand upon it and move forward for the glory of God.

Join us in Watkinsville, Georgia for a Regional NCFIC Conference on uniting church and family! The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches seeks to encourage unity between church and home through family-integrated worship and promoting the role of fathers in the life of the church and family. Special emphasis is placed on the sufficiency of Scripture for faith and practice.

The Masters Plan for Fatherhood is a two-day workshop designed to give men a clear biblical roadmap for their role as dads. As part of this two-day event, to be held April 4-5 in Wake Forest, North Carolina, we will encourage men to actively train up their children in the ways of the Lord through biblical exposition and training in the practical matters of fatherhood. Everything in the conference schedule will work to provide fathers a practical daily roadmap for leading their families in life through the Word of God. Each man will leave with a theological base and a written plan to guide him in his everyday life. This workshop will uniquely focus its exposition on important fatherhood passages found in the Old Testament.

The doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture is the hallmark doctrine of the National Center for Family Integrated Churches. It is the pivotal principle around which all matters of faith and practice must revolve. Given this fact, our great desire at the NCFIC is that the people of God would be satisfied with Scripture alone and that we would foster a love for God’s Word by giving it the prominent place in the meeting of the church through expository preaching. To help encourage this, the NCFIC is pleased to present a Workshop on Expository Preaching to be held March 7-8, 2008 in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

Join us in St. Louis, Missouri for a Regional NCFIC Conference on uniting church and family! The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches seeks to encourage unity between church and home through family-integrated worship and promoting the role of fathers in the life of the church and family. Special emphasis is placed on the sufficiency of Scripture for faith and practice.

Join us in Smyrna, Delaware for a Regional NCFIC Conference on uniting church and family! The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches seeks to encourage unity between church and home through family-integrated worship and promoting the role of fathers in the life of the church and family. Special emphasis is placed on the sufficiency of Scripture for faith and practice.

Join us in Denver, Colorado for a Regional NCFIC Conference on uniting church and family! The National Center for Family-Integrated Churches seeks to encourage unity between church and home through family-integrated worship and promoting the role of fathers in the life of the church and family. Special emphasis is placed on the sufficiency of Scripture for faith and practice.

The doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture is the hallmark doctrine of the National Center for Family Integrated Churches. It is the pivotal principle around which all matters of faith and practice must revolve. Given this fact, our great desire at the NCFIC is that the people of God would be satisfied with Scripture alone and that we would foster a love for God’s Word by giving it the prominent place in the meeting of the church through expository preaching. To help encourage this, the NCFIC is pleased to present a Workshop on Expository Preaching to be held April 27-28, 200 in Wake Forest, North Carolina.

The Church of Jesus Christ is the true centerpiece of history. She is the object of God’s love. To know the true state of a nation, look at the state of the Church. To know the state of the Church, look at the families who populate her pews. To know the state of her families, look to the fathers who lead them. Destroy the vision of the father, and you render impotent the family, thus creating a chain reaction that spreads throughout civilization.