Northern Ireland Ministry Assembly

Equipping and Encouraging Preachers

Majoring on the Minors:
Preaching the Minor Prophets

Majoring on the Minors: Preaching the Minor Prophets

The Ninth Northern Ireland Ministry Assembly

Mike Bullmore Introduction - NIMA from CrossWay Church - Bristol, WI on Vimeo.

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 Mike Bullmore)

Mike Bullmore and Bev, married since 1988, live in Kenosha with their 3 children, Abigail, Madeline and Graham. As a boy, Mike was led by his father to put his trust in Christ. Prior to launching CrossWay Community Church in 1998, Mike served for 15 years as an Associate Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, as well as chairman of the Practical Theology Department at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Ill. As Senior Pastor, Mike gives direction to the leadership team and pastoral staff, is the primary preaching pastor and helps cast vision for the overall direction of the church.

Photograph of Wallace Benn

Wallace Benn, spent 25 years in parish ministry before becoming Suffragan Bishop of Lewes in 1997. He retired as the bishop in 2012. He is a well-known speaker and writer. He is particularly keen to see the Word of God upheld in every aspect. He is an enthusiastic rugby watcher and supporter and also enjoys motor racing. He stepped in at short notice to replace Andy Gemmill who was taken ill shortly before the conference.

When

Mon 10 November 2014–Tue 11 November 2014


Where

Trinity Methodist Church, Lisburn, Co Antrim, approximately 1.5 miles from Lisburn city centre
Map showing location of Trinity Methodist Church
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Audio Recordings

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