How Shall They Hear?
Equipping Pastors for Effective Exposition Central Seminary Fall Conference Tuesday, Oct 6, 2015
Expository preaching might be more popular today than it ever has been! Many evangelical pastors claim that they are committed exclusively to it and believe that their sermons reflect the best attributes of true exposition. Rather than take this assertion at face value, we must critically analyze the current state of preaching if these sermons are truly expository, if they are tracing the contours of the biblical text, and if they are reflecting the best practices of expository preaching. These issues encourage us to focus again on preaching. Central Seminary’s Fall Conference will renew that focus. Sam Horn, vice president for ministerial advancement at BJU, will describe the best methods to use in various genres of the biblical text, specifically narratives, epistles, and psalms. Mark Minnick, senior pastor of Mount Calvary Baptist Church, will speak on preaching and the Puritans with particular emphasis on the pulpit ministry of Matthew Henry. In light of the preacher’s mandate to “preach the Word” and to preach it well, plan to join us for this one-day conference.
Note: Walk-in’s OK but because lunch will be served, it is preferred that one register so appropriate planning will be in place.