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Preaching Roundtable

Preaching Roundtable

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“Stop the world, I want to get off!” From Broadway musicals and country songs to Facebook memes and Tik Tok videos, the world, in general, seems to resonate with one central feeling – the world is not as it should be. This has never been more clear than in the recent time of COVID-19, where social distancing is a must and everything has been online.

How has and how will the Church respond? People are asking questions: “What sense does any of this make?” and “Where can I turn for hope and guidance?” The Church has a word for this time. The problem is getting people to listen. How do we preach this word? Five years ago, Arron Chambers spoke at our Preaching Roundtable about how to engage non-Christians with the gospel in a culture that was apathetic to religion. Now we find ourselves in a time when people are searching for something – anything – to help them make sense of what is happening in our world today. Will we have a word of hope and guidance to offer them?

Join us this October as Arron revisits the idea of preaching to non-churched people and encourages us to continue in the calling God has given to each of us. We invite you to join us on Thursday, October 15, for an innovative take on our annual one-day workshop.

That’s right—this event is not a video conference. No registration. No link or password. No extra thing in your schedule. This will be a free “playlist” of new presentations that you can watch at your own leisure…as often as you want…and share with your friends and ministry associates. Our goal has always been to minister to preachers and their congregations in real time, and what better way to do that during this time than to offer it for free and without needing to register.

From KCU President Terry Allcorn:
“Jacqui and I believe strongly in the value of the preaching of the Word and in supporting our preaching ministers through the work of KCU’s Preaching Roundtable. Since we are not able to gather the preachers on our campus his year, we wanted to personally underwrite the cost of providing access to this training to all our Restoration Movement preachers.

We were blessed with the solid preaching of Arron Chambers when we were members of Southside Christian Church in Orlando and know that his insights will be helpful to preaching ministers everywhere.”

Questions or additional information, please contact:

Dr. Rob O’Lynn
Preaching Roundtable Host
rolynn@kcu.edu
606-474-3230

 

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