PreachUp | June 25-27, 2014
Register for PreachUp
Are you called and have the desire to preach the Word of God and would like to sharpen your communicating skills?
In the spirit of C.H. Spurgeon's effective school for training preachers, the Center for Preaching’s is pleased to offer the Advanced Preachers' College.
PreachUp is designed to give advanced training in homiletic principles in an intensive two and half day seminar. The purpose is to provide men and women who already have a basic grasp of preaching and make their communications more effective and relevant. Note: you do not have to have already attended the Preachers' College to attend PreachUp.
About the College:
This year's focus: The Wisdom of Preaching
This seminar is for experienced preachers and will examine the preaching of Wisdom literature and the intersection of purpose, intent, exegesis and homiletics.
Who Should Attend
The conference will teach the advanced skills of sermon preparation and delivery. It is intended for those who already have a Master of Divinity (or its equivalent). If you preach regularly or have a good grasp on the basic homiletic skills and would like to make your preaching even better, this conference is for you. We want to equip men and women who are serving as pastors and preachers with the ability to preach biblical, clear, relevant, and effective sermons. Each year we will center it around a different theme.
12:00 p.m. Registration
Wisdom Literature: The Role of Wisdom in Shaping Listeners
4:45 p.m. Break for Dinner
Wisdom Literature: Biblical Considerations
8:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast
8:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast
$195- Early Registration; $225-Regular Rate (After May 19, 2014)
You may consider your cancelled check or credit card statement to be confirmation of your registration. Event tickets will not be mailed. Online registrations will receive an email confirmation. Phone and mailed registrations will only receive receipts upon request. Due to planning involved with the conference, please note the following dates involving registration cancellations.
The meals included in the price of tuition are Wednesday dinner and Thursday breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
There are several nearby hotels that you consider staying at. You can also find great deals through online travel or hotel sites.
All participants are expected to provide their own transportation. Gordon-Conwell is located thirty miles from Boston's Logan airport and sixty miles from the Manchester, NH airport. The train station closest to the seminary is approximately one and a half miles.
About the Teachers
SCOTT M. GIBSON, D.Phil.
The Haddon W. Robinson Professor of Preaching; Director of the Haddon W. Robinson Center for Preaching; Director of Th.M. Program in Preaching; Director of the A.J. Gordon Guild
Scott Gibson has served as a pastor and has taught preaching at Gordon-Conwell for over two decades. He is the founder of The Center for Preaching and The Evangelical Homiletics Society. He has written Should We Preach Someone Else's Sermon? and Preaching for Special Services, as well as editing Preaching the Old Testament, The Big Idea of Biblical Preaching, and Preaching to a Shifting Culture, among other books.Through conferences and consultation, he is actively involved in training pastors to preach.
JEFFREY D. ARTHURS, Ph.D.
Professor of Preaching and Communication; Chair, Division of Practical Theology
Jeff Arthurs has a wide range of ministry and communication experience as teacher, pastor, missionary, actor, director, radio announcer and consultant. He has taught communications and homiletics for more than a decade. In addition, he also carries on an active ministry of pulpit supply, conference speaking, and writing. He has written Preaching with Variety. His passion is preaching and teaching others to preach.
Assistant Professor of Preaching and Ministry
Dr. Kim brings over 10 years of preaching and teaching experience to his role at Gordon-Conwell. Most recently, he served as senior pastor of Logos Central Chapel in Denver, CO. He was also previously an adjunct professor at Denver Seminary and the youth pastor at Korean Church of Boston in Brookline, MA. Dr. Kim is the author of 7 Lessons for New Pastors: Your First Year in Ministry, and Preaching to Second Generation Korean Americans: Towards a Possible Selves Contextual Homiletic.
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