FENTON – The First Baptist Church here will host the Southern Baptist Founders Midwest Conference, Feb. 28 – March 1, 2017, under the theme of “The Wittenberg Door.”
Keynote speakers for the conference include Michael Haykin, professor of church history and biblical spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Pastor John Greever of First Baptist, Fenton; Curtis McClain, professor of Bible and director of Christian Studies at Missouri Baptist University; Pastor Josh Wilson of Park Hills Baptist Church; and Terry Coker, associate pastor of FBC Fenton.
Lecture and sermon titles include “Faithful Ministry in Dark Times and Places,” “Why Do We Need to Remember the Reformation?”, “Teaching Youth to Put Christ First in their Daily Lives,” “Thomas Cranmer and Solus Christus,” “When God Gives Them Over,” “William Tyndale and Sola Scriptura,” “Understanding Biblical Assurance in Pastoral Ministry,” and “Sealing the Reformation in Blood: The Witness of Jane Grey.”
The conference will include a bookstore for guests to browse, and lunch and dinner will be provided at the cost of $10 per person.
Registration for the conference is open, and the cost will remain at $50 until Dec. 31, 2016. From Jan. 1-Feb. 15, 2017, cost will be $55, and afterward it will go up to $60.
To learn more or to register for the conference, visit sbfcmw.wordpress.com.