Northern Ireland Ministry Assembly

Equipping and Encouraging Preachers

NIMA Preaching Day 2017 : Malachi

Preaching Day 2017 Flyer (Malachi)

Speaker

Photograph of Graham Beynon

Graham Beynon is Senior Pastor of Grace Church, Cambridge. He is also the Director of Free Church Training at Oakhill Theological College in north London. Graham has written a number of books, including: Emotions: Living Life in Colour (2012, IVP), Mirror, Mirror: discover your true identity in Christ (2008, IVP), and Planting for the gospel: a hands on guide to church planting (2011, Christian Focus). He is married to Charis and they have three children.

What?

At our Preaching Days we seek to focus on how to preach and teach a particular book of the Bible in a faithful manner and relevant way. We seek to encourage one another and hone our skills in portraying the message of a particular book to our listeners.

This year we are delighted to welcome Graham Beynon as he takes us through Malachi, it's purpose in the Bible and it's message for us today.

We are excited to offer 4 workshops this year. As part of 3 of our workshops (Esther, Mark 1-5 & 1 Thessalonians) you will be asked to prepare and give a short sermon/talk/outline on a passage given. You will then receive feedback and encouragement on your talk. Graham Beynon's workshop will include no advance preparation and will be looking at the challenges we face when preaching Malachi.

Why?

A preaching conference models faithful and effective handling of the Bible and an opportunity in the workshops to help one another in this task.

Who for?

Preachers, church leaders, student ministers, apprentices.

When?

Monday 9 May 2017 from 9.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.

Tea & Coffee will be provided at break times. Please do note there is no lunch included however there are many local eateries, of which you are welcome to avail of during the lunch break.

Where?

Holywood Baptist Church

Booking

Book online through Eventbrite.

Booking inquiries to niministryassembly@gmail.com.


Recordings

Recordings of the main sessions are available for free listening or download.