Northern Ireland Ministry Assembly

Equipping and Encouraging Preachers

Suffering & Glory: Preaching Revelation

The Eighth Northern Ireland Ministry Assembly

The aim of our annual assembly is to encourage preachers. We firmly believe that when the Bible is opened and taught faithfully and relevantly the voice of God is heard in a living and powerful way. We therefore seek to encourage those engaged in preaching to see the exacting work of expounding Scripture as the pressing need in today's church. While the assembly, therefore, is mainly for those in current full-time preaching ministries, others are very welcome, especially students, apprentices and spouses of Christian workers.

Speakers

Photograph of John Stevens

John Stevens was appointed to serve as FIECís (Fellowship of Independent Evangelical Churches) first ever National Director in September 2010. Educated at Cambridge University, where he became a Christian in his final year, John worked as a law lecturer for 16 years. In 2007 he combined his lecturing with his responsibilities as one of the three pastors of City Church in Birmingham, which he helped to found in 1999.

John is co-chairman of the A Passion for Life steering group and sits on the Steering Committee for New Word Alive. He is also one of the elders of Christchurch Market Harborough. John blogs regularly, and at length, at www.john-stevens.com.

Photograph of Douglas Kelly

Douglas F. Kelly is the author of many written works including, If God Already Knows, Why Pray?, Preachers with Power: Four Stalwarts of the South, New Life in the Wasteland, Creation and Change, and The Emergence of Liberty in the Modern World. He has recently written a commentary on Revelation in the Mentor Expository Series.

Before joining the faculty at RTS (Reformed Theological Seminary), Dr. Kelly travelled extensively throughout the world preaching and teaching.

When

Mon 11 November –Tue 12 November 2013


Audio Recordings

Audio recordings of the sessions are now available for free download.