2017 Speakers

Keynote Speaker

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check this Alongside his preaching and teaching ministry, Conrad is the editor of Reformation Zambia magazine, as well as a columnist for several Zambian newspapers. His most recent book is Foundations for the Flock: Truths About the Church for All the Saints (2011, Granted Ministries). He also contributed a chapter to Dear Timothy: Letters on Pastoral Ministry (2004, Founders Press). He has been married for over 20 years to Felistas. They have three children, two sons and a daughter, and raise a number of other nephews and nieces in their household.

More Bonuses Learn more about Conrad in this video interview from August 2011:

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http://gamginc.com/?viopwas=je-de-rencontre-en-ligne&1c9=63 From Stand Conference:

Source Theme: Exploring the Mission of Christ and His Church in the World (2012)

  1. Conrad Mbewe – The Need for Saving Faith (Rom. 10:10-14)
  2. Conrad Mbewe – The Need for Gospel Information (Rom. 10:14)
  3. Conrad Mbewe – The Need for Evangelistic Preachers (Rom. 10:14)
  4. Conrad Mbewe – The Need for Mission-Minded Churches (Rom. 10:15)
  5. Conrad Mbewe – The Need for Realistic Expectations (Rom. 10:16-21)

Theme: Standing Firm (2010)

  1. Conrad Mbewe – Standing Firm in the Sufficiency of Scripture
  2. Conrad Mbewe – Standing Firm in the Centrality of the Gospel
  3. Conrad Mbewe – Standing Firm: A High View of God in Evangelism
  4. Conrad Mbewe – Standing Firm: A High View of God in Worship
  5. Conrad Mbewe – Standing Firm: Leading a Disciplined Life

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Seminar Speakers

Note: We’ve introduced a change to our usual format for the Saturday seminars just for this year. This is intended to be a “one-off” as we seek to further utilise this year’s conference to give focus to the monumental, world changing event that was The Protestant Reformation.

Both of the normal seminar slots on Saturday will address “The Road to the Reformation”, exploring the circumstances that led to it, and why was it necessary. This will help us to think about the issues facing the church in our day and the continual need for reformation.

quel type d'homme cherche les femmes Stuart Coulton is the Principal of Sydney Missionary Bible College, Australia, and a member of Abbotsford Presbyterian Church in Sydney. At SMBC, he lectures in pastoral theology and church history, with a particular interest in the pastoral theology of Martin Luther. Prior to ministry, Stuart practised law in the NSW Supreme Court and in private practice. From 1987 to 2002 he served as an ordained Presbyterian minister, before joining the faculty of SMBC full-time in July 2002. He has been the Principal since 2012.

Stuart and is married to Pauline, a social worker in Sydney’s western suburbs. They have three married children and two grandsons. He enjoys walking, reading novels, spending time with family and having his heart broken by the Waratahs, St George and West Bromwich Albion.

Stuart will present two seminars on “The Road to the Reformation” (in the North Island) to help us reflect on lessons learned over 500 years of the Protestant Reformation.

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For the 2017 conference, Rob will present two seminars on “The Road to the Reformation” to help us reflect on lessons learned over 500 years of the Protestant Reformation.