Keynote Speaker: Dr. Steve Lawson
Bio: Dr. Lawson is the Senior Pastor of Christ Fellowship Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama, having served as a pastor in Arkansas and Alabama. He is also a teaching fellow at the Ligonier Academy and He is also president of New Reformation, a ministry committed to biblical reformation in the church today. Dr. Lawson's ministry finds him speaking in church, seminary, and conference settings in the United States and through the world. He is a graduate of Texas Tech University (B.B.A.), Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M.), and Reformed Theological Seminary (D. Min.).
Dr. Lawson has authored several books, including Famine in the Land: A Passionate Call to Expository Preaching, Faith Under Fire, The Unwavering Resolve of Jonathan Edwards, The Expository Genius of John Calvin, Foundations of Grace 1400 BC-AD 100 (volume one of a five-volume series), among others.
We are privileged to have Dr. Lawson with us for the Preaching for a Change Expositors Conference 2011 at Mission Peak Baptist Church. We are confident that you will be strengthened in your teaching and preaching ministry as a result of Dr. Lawson’s biblical instruction.
Special Music: Thomas Pryde
Tom Pryde has a great way to make Scripture more memorable, he has set it to music. Tom, accompanied by his wife Martha and five children, travels across the country to local churches teaching, preaching, and singing in his ministry called Sermons in Song. Tom is a graduate of International Baptist College, with additional graduate work at International Baptist College and Cornerstone Theological Seminary. He has worked in ministry as a missionary, a pastor, a youth leader, a worship leader, and song writer. He served as the vice president at Veritas School of Theology and has recently been instrumental in founding The Log College Network which is a ministry designed to equip pastors and then to help pastors equip their people in their understanding of God and in their Christian service. We will be blessed by Tom leading us in worship and singing some of his sermons in song during this conference.