The New England Center's Continuing Ministry to Pastors and Students
The New England Center for Expository Preaching - Fall Seminar

Pastor Greg Gilbert
Preaching the Gospel of Matthew

An Exposition of Key Passages

Date - September 22-23, 2014
Cost $50 - Includes lunch and supper
Register to attend

Most pastors already know the Gospel of Matthew.  They may have proclaimed it several times.  However, those who think they cannot learn from another prove their need for further study. For some preaching a synoptic Gospels comes easily. For others, thinking outside of the 21st century is a challenge.  For example, imagining a news report that is months old or indoor plumbing that is over 2000 years old may cause mental gymnastics.

For some this seminar may be a crash course in preaching the the Synoptics. And for some it will be a two day retreat with other pastors who desire to hear the Gospel of Jesus proclaimed once again in New England.

Location: Island Pond Baptist Church
26 N Salem Rd. Hampstead, NH 03841
(An hour north of Boston)

Note: NECEP targets conservative, evangelical, expository preaching pastors, planters, seminary students, and those men who are considering further study. The desire is to provide a space where pastors and church leaders can hear the Word of God proclaimed in a manner that challenges them. A few pastors bring their wives, but they are in the minority and need to register separately.

  1. 2014 - Pastor Greg Gilbert - "Preaching the Synoptic Gospels - Selected Passages from the Gospel of Matthew"
  2. 2014 - Dr. Derek Thomas - "Preaching Old Testament Narrative"
  3. 2014 - Dr. Stephen Davey - "Loyalty"
  4. 2014 - Bobby Jamieson - "Loyalty"
  5. 2013 - Steve Lawson, RC Sproul & John MacArthur - "OnePassion"
  6. 2012 - Al Mohler & Lig Duncan - An Exposition of Second Timothy
  7. 2011 - Thabiti Anyabwile & Greg Gilbert - An Exposition of Philippians
  8. 2010 - Mark Dever, Derek Thomas, & Matt Schmucker - There is a solution - The Exposition of the Word of God
  9. 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.