The Mile High Preaching Conference is Just Over Two Months Away—You In?

Preaching and teaching the Word is an exciting venture to which our Savior has called us.  So many are hungry for the Word (some without knowing it), and we must put some tools in our toolbox to be engaging with our preaching, all the while helping others to engage the Word—without losing the substance and the Spirit’s intention in inspiring His Word. 

On October 25-26, we will be holding the 1st Annual Mile High Preaching Conference here in South Denver (more specifically, Arapahoe Road Baptist Church in Centennial, CO).  The theme of this conference is: “Preaching That Engages, Preaching that Endures.” 

Our first annual Mile High Preaching Conference in beautiful Denver, Colorado–held on October 25-26, 2013 at Arapahoe Road Baptist Church in Centennial, CO–promises to be a great time for pastors and ministers who wish to be fed and to learn how to best feed their sheep with the pure nourishment from the Word of God in an engaging and enduring way.

Our speaker will be Dr. Hershael York, Preaching Professor at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY as well as Senior Pastor of Buck Run Baptist Church, Frankfort, KY. He is a gifted preacher and communicator, and has authored an incredibly helpful book, “Preaching with Bold Assurance: A Solid and Enduring Approach to Engaging Exposition.”

We will have three sessions:  one of Friday night at 7:00, and two on Saturday morning at 9:00 and 10:15.  The cost is $10.

I hope to see you there!

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