New site up for Reformed Baptist Network Constituting Conf., Nov. 15-17, 2016 in Taylors, SC

Reformed Baptist Network:

We are pleased to announce that the new Conference Website is now live. You can now register online for our Founding Conference in November, download a conference brochure and more.

Visit the new site @ www.reformedbaptistnetwork.com:

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Conference brochure [PDF]:

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What is the Reformed Baptist Network?

reformed-baptist-networkThe Reformed Baptist Network is a new effort among Reformed Baptists seeking to organize together for the cause of Christ, church planting and missions.  The Network is being formed from a number of long-standing 1689 Confessional churches, but seeking an association with a fresh vision and focus, desiring to express a broad Reformed and Gospel-centered communion.  RBNet wants to affirm fellowship and relationship with other associations and fellowships, and pursue fraternal connections as much as possible.  Yet RBNetwork also has a distinct missionary vision,organizational structure, and Confessional commitment.

Sep. 19-21, 2016 “The Diversity of Dissent” Andrew Fuller Center 10th Annual Conf. in Louisville, KY.

Baptist origins lie within the matrix of the renewal movement known to history as Puritanism. They were not the only community to emerge from this renewal, however: English Presbyterians and Congregationalists also trace their beginnings back to Puritanism. But despite this common ancestry, these communities had their differences.

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In this tenth annual conference of The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies, co-sponsored this year by The Davenant Trust, we trace this diversity through the lives and thought of three leading Puritans of the late Stuart era (1660–1714)—the Presbyterian Richard Baxter, the Congregationalist John Owen, and the Baptist William Kiffen—all of whom were born within a year or so of each other, in 1615 and 1616. Do join us as we think about the thought and ongoing legacy of these three extremely important Christian authors.

Schedule, Speakers, & Topics:

Monday, September 19

7:30 a.m. Check-In
8:30 a.m. General Session 1: Timothy Beougher
“As a dying man to dying men: The life and ministry of Richard Baxter”

10:00 a.m. General Session 2: Crawford Gribben
“Becoming John Owen: A Puritan among Evangelicals”

11:30 a.m. General Session 3: Michael Haykin
” ‘By the compass of the Word’: The life and piety of William Kiffen (1616-1701)”

1:00 p.m. Lunch
3:00 p.m. Parallel Sessions
6:00 p.m. Dinner*
8:00 p.m. General Session 4: Herman Selderhuis
“‘…and yet be loth to die?’ Death and dying in the theologies of John Owen and Richard Baxter”

Tuesday, September 20

8:30 a.m. General Session 5: Seth Osborne
“A double-edged sword: Marriage as a hindrance and helper to the pastor’s piety in Richard Baxter”

10:00 a.m. Chapel
11:30 General Session 6: Tim Cooper
“John Owen, Richard Baxter and the battle for Calvin in later-seventeenth-century England”

1:00 p.m. Lunch
2:30 p.m. General Session 7: Russell Fuller
“John Owen and the traditional Protestant view of the Hebrew Old Testament”

4:00 p.m. General Session 12: Nathan Finn
“Renewal through retrieval: The rediscovery of John Owen by 20th-century Reformed & Evangelical Christians”
6:00 p.m. Dinner
8:00 p.m. General Session 9: Steve Weaver
“William Kiffen, John Bunyan, and the open communion controversy”

9:15 p.m. Lifeway Dessert Reception
Wednesday, September 21

8:30 a.m. General Session 10: Jonathan Arnold
“Keach’s foil: Benjamin Keach and the fight against Baxterianism”

10:00 a.m. General Session 11: David Sytsma
“Richard Baxter conformed to Nonconformity: The modern reception of Baxter as a practical theologian”

11:30 a.m.
General Session 8: Shawn Wright
“Justification by faith alone: The perspectives of John Owen and William Kiffen”

*All attendees are invited to this dinner

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Nov. 3-4, 2016 ARBCA “School of World Missions” feat. Jerry Slate Jr., Steve Martin, & John Miller in Jackson, GA

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DATE:  November 3 – 4, 2016

HOSTED BY:  Trinity Reformed Baptist Church of Jackson, GA with the RBMS Committee

COST: $35.00 per person | $50.00 per couple

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: October 7, 2016 | Any registration submitted after October 7th must pay an additional $10.00 late fee (per person).

Invitation & Explanation of the 2016 ARBCA “School of World Missions”:

SCHEDULE

Thursday, November 3

1:30 PM  Theological Foundations of World Missions 1, Jerry Slate
2:30 PM  Break
3:00 PM  Theological Foundations of World Missions 2, Jerry Slate
4:30 PM  The Calling of the Missionary, John Miller
6:00 PM  Dinner
7:00 PM  The Sending Church and the Missionary, Steve Martin

Friday, November 4

**Morning Outing Sponsored by TRBC Jackson

2:00 PM The Work of the Missionary, John Miller
3:30 PM Break
4:00 PM RBMS and the Missionary, Steve Martin
5:00 PM  Panel Discussion
6:00 PM Dinner
7:00 PM Samuel Pearce: Faithfully Holding the Ropes, Jerry Slate

Brochure [PDF]:

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Registration & more!

Nov. 5, 2016 Fellowship of Ohio Reformed Baptists “Baptist History & Thought” in Newark, OH. feat. Mike Waters & Tinkham [Event]

In addition to the insightful lectures and fellowship there will be a large book table featuring deeply discounted materials.

Covenant of Works…Covenant of Grace…Doctrines of immense importance in our overall understanding and interpretation of Holy Scripture.

Please come and explore these doctrines with us.  The Q&A time will truly be an inspiring time of iron sharpening iron!

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Covenant Community Church of Newark, OH.

Sep. 22-23, 2016 SB Founders Conf SW: “Baptist History” in Mansfield TX feat. Robert Oliver, J. Renihan, Hendrickx, Montgomery + more [Event]

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2016

SOUTHWEST FOUNDERS CONFERENCE

HOSTED BY: HERITAGE BAPTIST CHURCH, Mansfield, Texas

Baptist History

September 22-23, 2016

Speakers:

Dr. Robert Oliver,

Pastor David Hendrickx, and Pastor Jason Montgomery + more

2016 SWFC Information: Click Here

Online Registration: Click Here

The conference brochure may be download here:

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Oct. 1, 2016 Keach Conf. “Of Effectual Calling” [1689] in Harrisonburg, VA feat. D. Charles, McKinnon & Rice [Events]

Reformed Baptist Fellowship:

What?  The Keach Conference is an annual theology and ministry conference presented by the Reformed Baptist Fellowship of Virginia (RBF-VA).  It is open to anyone to attend.  There is no cost to attend, but participants are encouraged to pre-register.

When?  Saturday, October 1, 2016.

Where?  The 2016 Keach Conference will meet at the Providence Baptist Church 1441 Erickson Avenue, Harrisonburg, VA 22801

What is the 2016 theme?  We are continuing our ongoing series through the Second London Baptist Confession.  This year we are on Chapter Ten  “Of Effectual Calling.”

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Who are the speakers? The speakers will be David Charles, Pastor of Providence Reformed Baptist Church, Toledo, OH; Lee McKinnon, Pastor of Covenant Reformed Baptist Church, Bluefield, WV; Andy Rice, Pastor of Providence Baptist Church, Harrisonburg, VA.

How do I register? Cost: FREE, Web: Register Now!

What is the schedule?  The schedule will be as follows:

Coffee and Fellowship, 8:30 am

October 1, Saturday Morning, 9:30 am (Session I):

  • Message: Effectual Calling and Regeneration (paragraph 1): David Charles
  • Message: Effectual Calling and Spiritual Ability (paragraph 2):  Lee McKinnon

Lunch

Fellowship and Literature Tables

Saturday Afternoon, 12:30am (Session II):

  • Message: Effectual Calling and Elect Infants (paragraph 3):  David Charles
  • Message:  Effectual Calling and the Reprobate (paragraph 4):  Andy Rice

Question and Answer Session with the Speakers

REGISTER FREE

Sep. 29 – Oct. 1, 2015 Trinity Baptist Church Charlesworth Conf. “Puritan way of Preaching” Conf. feat. J. Renihan, Oliver, John Hall in Derbyshire, UK

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Dr James Renihan will be the main speaker on Tuesday 29th September to Thursday 1st October at Trinity Baptist Church in Charlesworth, and the theme is “Learning the Puritan way of Preaching”.

Our aim is to apply the teaching and experience of our forefathers to the 21st Century Church. We believe they have invaluable understanding and insight to impart to us today. We also seek to show how the lives and ministries of these men are accessible to all Christians.

Programme [PDF]:

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Nov. 17-19, 2015 Rocky Mountain Conf. “Reformed Baptist Missions” feat. G. Taylor, M. Chanski, Elliot, Selph, T. Johnson + more in Boulder, CO [Reformed Baptist Network]

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The Reformed Baptist Church of Northern Colorado would like to welcome you to come to the first Rocky Mountain Conference on Reformed Baptist Missions in Boulder, Colorado. The purpose of our gathering is to generate excitement over what the Lord is doing in missions, both at home and abroad, as well as to spend significant time discussing the future of mutual cooperation in some to yet-to-be-determined capacity.

Tuesday Nov. 17th and Wednesday Nov. 18th will be filled with speakers including Mark Chanski, Gordon Taylor, Jon Hueni, Sam Masters, Trevor Johnson, and Robert Elliot. The topics will include church planting (home missions), foreign missionaries, and sermons to encourage us in these endeavors. Thursday morning Nov. 19th will be a guided but open-ended discussion, devoted to exploring the future prospects of a network of Reformed Baptist Churches for mutual edification and cooperation in home and foreign missions and perhaps other things as well.

Brochure:

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Registration | Reformed Baptist Network

Reformed Baptist Network is a new effort for encouraging cooperation and communication among Reformed Baptists in North America.

Oct. 15-16, 2015 ARBCA “School of World Missions” feat. Jerry Slate Jr., Steve Martin, & John Miller in Clinton, LA

ARBCA World Mission 2015bAssociation of Reformed Baptist Churches of America:

DATE:  October 15 – 16, 2015

HOSTED BY:  First Baptist Church of Clinton, LA with the RBMS Committee

COST

$35.00 per person
$50.00 per couple

REGISTRATION DEADLINE

October 2, 2015

Any registration submitted after October 2nd must pay an additional $10.00 late fee (per person).

SCHEDULE

Thursday, October 15

2:00 PM  Theological Foundations of World Missions, Jerry Slate
3:30 PM  Break
4:00 PM  The Calling of the Missionary, John Miller
6:00 PM  Dinner
7:00 PM  The Sending Church and the Missionary, Steve Martin

Friday, October 16

**Morning Outing Sponsored by FBC Clinton

2:00 PM The Work of the Missionary, John Miller
3:30 PM Break
4:00 PM RBMS and the Missionary, Steve Martin
5:00 PM  Panel Discussion
6:00 PM Dinner
7:00 PM William Carey & the Greatest Generation, Jerry Slate

Brochure [PDF]:

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Registration & more!

Nov. 2-3, 2015 SoCal RB Pastors Conf. “The Doctrine of God” feat. Dr. James Dolezal & Dr. James Renihan in La Mirada, CA

Southern California Reformed Baptist Pastors’ Conference:

This year, we are privileged to have Drs. Renihan and Dolezal address the doctrine of God…

We are planning on having a panel discussion with Drs. Renihan and Dolezal and Sam Renihan (author of two books on the subject) on the doctrine of divine impassibility.

Each night closes with a Q&A.

Besides the lectures and Q&A, we also provide two complimentary meals (lots of meat!). We hope you can join us!

Here is the registration page [now open through Oct. 19].

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The purpose of the SCRBPC is for the edification of confessional Reformed Baptist pastors and other interested men who are in the ministry or training for the ministry. The SCRBPC will function within the theological framework of the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith (2nd LCF) and The Baptist Catechism (BC).

CONFERENCE DATES:

Monday, November 2 – Tuesday, November 3, 2015

CONFERENCE THEME:

The Doctrine of God

CONFERENCE SPEAKERS:

Key-note speaker:

James DolezalDr. James E. Dolezal

James E. Dolezal, Ph.D., teaches theology, philosophy, and church history at Cairn University in Langhorne, PA. He is a graduate of The Master’s Seminary and Westminster Theological Seminary. He is the author of God without Parts: Divine Simplicity and the Metaphysics of God’s Absoluteness as well numerous journal articles and reviews. Prior to moving to the east coast he served as a Reformed Baptist pastor in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. James is married to Courtney and they have three children: Judah, Havah, and Eden. James is active in supplying pulpits in the Philadelphia area.

Guest speakers:

Dr. James RenihanDr. James M. Renihan

Dean and Professor of Historical Theology

Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies

Escondido, CA

 

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE:

  • Monday, November 2, 2015
    • Registration/check-in: 1:30-2:45pm
    • 3:00-4:00pm  Session 1 (lecture, Dr. Renihan)
    • 4:00-4:15pm  Break
    • 4:15-5:15pm  Session 2 (Lecture #1, Present State of the Doctrine of God in Evangelicalism, Dr. Dolezal)
    • 5:15-6:30pm  Dinner: complimentary Tacos (full-conference attendees only)
    • 6:30-7:30pm  Session 3 (Lecture #2, Divine Simplicity: 1. The Theological Grammar of Orthodoxy, Dr. Dolezal)
    • 7:30-7:50pm  Break
    • 7:50-8:30pm  Session 4 (Q&A, Drs. Dolezal and Renihan)
  • Tuesday, November 3, 2015
    • 8:30-9:30am  Session 5 (Lecture #3, Divine Simplicity: 2. On the Inadequacy of Harmonism and Actualism, Dr. Dolezal)
    • 9:30-9:50am  Break
    • 9:50-10:50am  Session 6 (Lecture #4, Divine Eternity: The Challenge of Creation, Dr. Dolezal)
    • 10:50-11:10am  Break
    • 11:10am-12:10pm  Session 7 (Panel Discussion on Divine Impassibility: Dr. Dolezal, Dr. Renihan, and Sam Renihan)
    • 12:10-1:30pm  Lunch: complimentary Argentine BBQ (full-conference attendees only)
    • 1:30-6:30pm  Break
    • 6:30-7:30pm  Session 8: (Lecture #5, Trinity: Rehabilitating the Unity of Being, Dr. Dolezal)
    • 7:30-7:50pm  Break
    • 7:50-8:30pm  Session 9 (Q&A, conference speakers)
    • Closing prayer and doxology

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Oct. 29 – Nov. 1, 2015 “The Highway of Holiness” NCFIC Nat. Conf. feat. Brown, Simmons, Pollard, Dohm, Horn + more in Asheville, NC

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NCFIC:

Please accept our invitation to our 2015 National Conference – “The Highway of Holiness.” Using Isaiah 35:8-10 as our touchstone, we will unfold the doctrines of the holiness of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. After laying this foundation, we will then explain how the holiness of God relates to various aspects of our lives here on earth, for these great doctrines have wonderful practical applications. You will learn about progressive sanctification, wrong views of holiness and sanctification, the means of sanctification, and how holiness relates to family relationships, work, stewardship and the church of our Lord Jesus Christ. We will examine what it means to be a holy church as Peter described, “But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light” (1 Pet. 2:9).

The subject of holiness addresses both the opportunities and the dangers of living in the midst of fallen cultures, and it provides guidance for the rising generation who are being assaulted with the worldliness that could deprive them of their happiness.

Join us on Oct. 29 – Nov. 1, 2015 as we examine, “holiness, without which no one will see the Lord” (Hebrews 12:14).

Speakers | Schedule | Register

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Audit Baptist Covenant Theology course FREE w/ Dr. J. Renihan & Dr. Malone + more [Founders Study Center]

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The Founders Study Center:

Join Us this Fall

Spiritual Depression:
Its Causes and Cure

With lectures by Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Learn about the causes and cure for spiritual depression from a master physician and minister. Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899 – 1981) served as minister of Westminster Chapel in London for almost 30 years. This 16-week course begins September 8, 2015.

Also study Baptist Covenant Theology with lectures by Dr. Fred Malone and Dr. Jim Renihan…

The study of the Covenants has often been called the “marrow” of divinity. How we understand the covenants is how we understand the whole of God’s redemptive plan in history. This course provides an introduction to a Reformed Baptist view of the covenants, comparing and contrasting it with other prominent view including: Presbyterian Covenant Theology, Theonomy, Dispensationalism and New Covenant Theology. Dr. Fred Malone serves as pastor of First Baptist Church, Clinton, LA. Dr. Jim Renihan is Professor of Historical Theology and Academic Dean of the Institute of Reformed Baptist Studies on the campus of Westminster Seminary, Escondido, CA.

This course meets for 10 sessions. The course begins October 19, 2015. Students will have access to course material online until January 31, 2016.

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Learn how you can audit the Baptist Covenant Theology course free this fall.

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