Gospel Centered Teaching Conference: Stone Mountain, GA

October 13, 2014 at 7:05 am Leave a comment

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On January 24th, several members of The Gospel Project team will be teaching at the Gospel Centered Teaching Conference at Mountain Park First Baptist Church in Stone Mountain, GA.

Register for the Gospel Centered Teaching Conference

  • Trevin Wax, the managing editor of The Gospel Project, will teach on “Why We Need to Get Back to the Basics” and “Telling the Story of God’s Mission with an Overflowing Passion”.
  • Karen Jones, a content editor for Kids Ministry at LifeWay, will teach on “Giving the Gospel to Kids”. Children need the Gospel! Learn how to point your kids to Christ in every session while keeping the Gospel at the center of your teaching.
  • Andy Mclean, the editor for The Gospel Project for Students, will teach a session on “Giving the Gospel to Students”. Andy will provide a brief exploration to the student ministry landscape of our culture, and how a refocusing on the Gospel is the key that leads to the lasting heart change we desperately desire to see within the lives of our students.
  • And I will lead a session on “Giving the Gospel to Adults”. I will explore the importance of applying the Bible through a Gospel-centered lens in teaching, and show how the Gospel is not just for our conversion, but is for the ongoing transformation of our heads, hearts, and hands.

For more information on this one day conference, see the registration site.

Entry filed under: Biblical Theology, Christian Theology, Christianity, Faith, Gospel, LifeWay Church Resources, Pastoral Ministry, The Gospel Project, The Southern Baptist Convention, Theology.

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