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New England Center

For Expository Preaching

Dr. Tom Schreiner
Assoc. Dean of the School of Theology
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

will present


Hebrews
The New Testament Window to
Understanding the Old Testament

on May 7-8, 2018 at
Trinity Baptist Church - Concord, NH


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Dr. Hershael York
Senior Pastor
Buck Run Baptist Church - Frankfort, KY

Will join Dr. Tom Schreiner to present


Passages from Hebrews
Less Often Preached

Timing
May 7, 2018 - 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
May 8, 2018 - 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

The New England Center for Expository Preaching exists to Glorify God
by assisting the current & future expository preaching pastors of New England

Internship Program

Gain a burden for New England while learning valuable skills that will endure for the rest of your ministry. The internship program also meets a vital need for many churches hungering for faithful expositors of God's Word.

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Events

Past

  • 2017-09 - Dr. Hershael York - "Pastor Well 2"
  • 2016-03 - Bob Kauflin & Rick Holland - Worship Well
  • 2016-02 - Dr. John Snyder - Pray Well
  • 2015-10 - Dr. Hershael York - "Pastor Well" Part 1" - "The Call to Ministry to Church Ordinances"
  • 2015-04 - Dr. Rick Holland & Dr. Hershael York - "Nehemiah" - The Difficulties & Trials of Ministry"
  • 2015-02 - Dr. John Snyder - "Behold your God: Rethinking God Biblically"
  • 2014 - Dr. Stephen Davey & Bobby Jamieson - "Loyalty - As Described in the Bible & Needed Today"
  • 2013 - Dr. Steven J. Lawson, Dr. John MacArthur, & Dr. R.C. Sproul - One Passion - Preaching the Word of God
  • 2012 - Dr. Al Mohler & Dr. Ligon Duncan - Second Timothy - Expository Preaching Demonstrated
  • 2011 - Thabiti Anyabwile, Greg Gilbert, et. al -  Philippians - Expository Preaching Demonstrated
  • 2010 - Mark Dever, Derek Thomas, Matt Schumcker, et. al - There is a solution: Healthy Churches
  • 2009 - Dr. Steven J. Lawson - There is a Problem - The Famine in the Land of New England

"Expository Preaching is better felt than "telt."" - Dr. Derek Thomas

Pastor Well 2