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Preaching Roundtable

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9:00 am – 4:00 pm in CNI Boardroom/Young Library 

Ministry is about much more than preaching sermons; it is about sharing life together with those God sends us. As a result, we often get worn down by the daily tragedies and celebrations. And, yet, we are called to be present with God’s people every step of the way. The question is whether we are simply a short-timer or in for the long haul?

You are invited to a unique, one-day Preaching Roundtable. In this one-of-a-kind experience, our speaker will not deliver canned lectures but facilitate encouraging conversations about how to maintain a long and healthy ministry.

Highlights include: Interacting with our keynote speaker through: hearing him speak in chapel, sharing lunch, and being interviewed through a Q&A time with him. You will also be among our ministry faculty and will enjoy an encouraging time with fellow ministers.

Bob Russell has been in ministry for over 50 years, having spent almost his entire career with the Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY. The author of several books, including When God Builds a Church, Transition Plan and After 50 Years in Ministry, Bob is well known for his love for God and the church. Guided by a practical wisdom, Bob seeks to connect each person he meets in a practical and engaging way.

“This workshop has become a regular part of my year! The skills that I have learned are things that I can apply immediately to my ministry. Looking forward to next year!” -2016 Participant

Registration: $35 (advance)/$50 (at door) and includes lunch
For more information, contact our host Dr. Rob O’Lynn at or 606-474-3230.


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