National Resurgence Conference: Text & Context

The National Resurgence Conference is being held out in Seattle next Monday through Wednesday (Feb 25-27).  This year’s focus is on Text and Context and features speakers like Mark Driscoll, John Piper, and C.J. Mahaney, among others.  They’re planning to stream live video feeds this year on the the Resurgence website.

I probably won’t catch any of the sessions live, but will check them out once they’ve posted the content out there after the conference.  Below is a listing of the sessions, their speakers, and the time slots (PST):

Monday, February 25, 2008
2:00 pm Session 1 – Mark Driscoll – Text & Context: Humble Incarnational Ministry
4:00 pm Session 2 – CJ Mahaney – Text & Context: Pastoral Character & Loving People
7:00 pm Session 3 – John Piper – Text: Why I Trust the Scriptures

Tuesday, February 26, 2008
9:00 am Session 4 – Jim Gilmore – Context: Fear and Trembling in the Experience Economy
10:45 am Session 5 – Matt Chandler – Text & Context: Preaching the Gospel in the Center of the Evangelical World

1:00 pm Session 6 – John Piper – Text & Context: How My Pastoral Ministry Shapes my Pulpit Ministry

7:00 pm Session 9 – John Piper – Text: How Do I Distinguish Between Gospel and False Gospel?
9:00 pm Q & A with John Piper

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

10:00 am Session 10 – Jim Gilmore – Context: Decoding the Future, the Phoniness, and the Shifting Sands
11:20 am Q& A with Jim Gilmore
1:00 pm Session 11 – Mark Driscoll – Text & Context: Preaching Jesus Christ To Pagan Culture
2:15 pm Q & A with Mark Driscoll

~ by toddbumgarner on February 22, 2008 3:21 pm.

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