God Exposed: Awkward Preaching in a Comfortable Age

God Exposed HeaderI want to recommend what looks to be an excellent conference on preaching jointly sponsored by SEBTS and IX Marks called God Exposed: Awkward Preaching in a Comfortable Age.  The dates are September 25-26, 2009 and will be held on the campus of Southeastern Seminary.  Conference speakers include Danny Akin, Thabiti Anyabwile, Mark Dever, C.J. Mahaney, and Michael McKinley.  Here is a blurb from the conference website:

God Exposed will call pastors and church leader to embrace and defend expositional preaching as a means to strengthen and grow the church. Expositional preaching – that which has as its aim to explain and apply a particular portion of God’s Word – is especially important in a day when many are abandoning faithfulness to the Scripture in their pulpit ministries. This conference will encourage and train pastors whose primary calling is ministering the Word of God to their people.

Registration for the conference is an affordable $45, and the deadline is September 21, 2009. Below is the conference schedule.  To register for the conference, click here.

Friday

8:00a-10:00a | Registration
10:00a-11:30a | Session 1 – Dever
11:30a-12:00p | Sermon Review – Dever, Lawrence, Gilbert, Schmucker
12:00p-2:00p | Lunch
2:00p-3:30p | Session 2 – Akin
3:30p-4:00p | Break
4:00p-5:30p | Session 3 – McKinley
5:30p-7:30p | Dinner
7:30p-8:45p | Session 4 – Mahaney
8:45p-9:30p | Panel Discussion – all speakers

Saturday

9:00a-10:00a | Session 5 – Anyabwile
10:15a-11:15a | Panel Discussion – all speakers
11:15a-12:30p | Session 6 – Dever
12:30p | Conference ends

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One Comment on “God Exposed: Awkward Preaching in a Comfortable Age”


  1. Same weekend as the DG national conference on Calvin. So many good conferences, so precious little time.


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