A conference for preachers about proclaiming the Christian message effectively.
For the Greeks, kerygma was the word used for the content of a proclamation. For disciples of Jesus, kerygma is the core message of God’s salvation history being fulfilled in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. Rooted in 1 Corinthians 2:2-5, this conference explores various aspects of the preaching life in proclaiming the content and life of faith in Jesus Christ.
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April 1-2, 2019 • Memorial Road Church of Christ, Edmond, OK
From Monday, 1.30 PM – Tuesday, 3.30 PM
$100 person includes meals, snacks, and resources.
$25 for ministry students or those in grad school
At KERYGMA, you will be encouraged, challenged and equipped in thinking biblically, theologically and practically as a preacher. Sessions will focus on both the content and the craft of preaching in sharing the gospel and life.
Tim Anderson, Jr.–Southside, Birmingham, AL
Alden Bass–Edmond, OK (OC)
Brad Cox–McKinney, TX
Mark Frost–Grosse Ile, MI
Mark Hadley–Baton Rouge, LA
Wade Hodges–Dallas, TX
Benjamin Neely–Mineral Springs, AR
Charles Rix–Oklahoma City, OK (OC)
Chris Smith–Nashville, TN
Preaching as a Theological Task
What I Learned about Preaching the Hard Way
Staying Fresh: Four Decades of Preaching in the Same Congregation
The Preacher, Imagination, and Scripture
Preaching as Facilitating the Right Questions from God
What Comedians Teach Us about Preaching and Using Humor
A Journey from Youth Ministry to Preaching
Preaching is not Lecturing: Communication is Hard Work
Wrestling with God’s Message and Mystery