NECEP Annual Pastors' Conference
NECEP 2014 Pastors Conference

The Perseverence of God and His Servants
As recorded in the Bible and Needed in the 21st Century

April 28-29, 2014

Dr. Stephen Davey
Senior Pastor Colonial Baptist Church - Cary, NC
President - Shepherd's Theological Seminary
Keynote Speaker - "Wisdom for the Heart" radio broadcast
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NECEP 2014 will be held at: Island Pond Baptist Church
26 No Salem Rd. Hampstead NH 03841
(IPBC is about an hour north of Boston)

Note:  Though the NECEP conference targets conservative, evangelical, expository preaching pastors; church elders, deacons, planters, seminary students, and future leaders are also welcome.
Joining Pastor Davey will be Bobby Jamieson.
He comes recommended by Dr. Mark Dever and Dr. Al Mohler as
"The person who needs to speak to New England in 2014".

Coming later this year (God willing)
June 26-27, 2014 Plowing Granite Expositors' Seminar
Preaching / Teaching Old Testament Narrative
Dr. Derek Thomas
Open to Pastors and Church Leaders / Teachers

Sept. 22-23, 2014 Plowing Granite Expositors' Seminar
Preaching / Teaching the Synoptic Gospels
Pastor Greg Gilbert
Open to Pastors and Church Leaders / Teachers

The New England Center for Expository Preaching seeks to provide a space where the men who faithfully proclaim (or desire to proclaim) the Gospel of Jesus Christ in New England can gather to encourage each other as they are encouraged by the Word of God.  

2009-2013 audio is available on line, should you like to listen to any of the previous years' sessions:
  1. 2013 - Steve Lawson, RC Sproul & John MacArthur - "OnePassion"
  2. 2012 - Al Mohler & Lig Duncan - An Exposition of Second Timothy
  3. 2011 - Thabiti Anyabwile & Greg Gilbert - An Exposition of Philippians
  4. 2010 - Mark Dever, Derek Thomas, & Matt Schmucker - There is a solution - The Exposition of the Word of God
  5. 2009 - Steven J. Lawson - There is a problem - There is a famine in the land of New England 


Nothing speaks to a pastor's heart more than good quality books.  However, with the cost of everything going up and budgets being strained, many find it hard to justify purchasing "friends" to line their shelves.  Therefore each year the New England Center attempts to provide a bookstore where the pastors presenct can purchase a few high quality books.

As someone once said:  The pastor who has stopped reading should stay out of the pulpit.