July 18, 2015 Reformed Baptist Fellowship of Indiana meeting feat. James Brown Jr. & Dennis Clark in Indianapolis, IN

Reformed Baptist Fellowship of IndianaWho:  Reformed Baptist Fellowship of Indiana

What:  Pastoral training and 1689LBC teaching on Chapter 13 – Sanctification

When: JULY 18

Reformation Baptist Church would like to invite you to the Reformed Baptist Fellowship of Indiana meeting coming up on July 18, 2016.

Please visit this website for more details: www.rbfi.org

Pastor Dennis Clark will continue his teaching lectures on “Preaching the Gospel – A Theological Perspective and A Personal Method” based on book by Richard P. Belcher.

In addition Pastor James Brown Jr. will give sermon with regard to Chapter 13 of the 1689LBC – Sanctification.

40 min. Reformation Preaching Conf. 2015 promo video explains the Doctrines of Grace feat. Waldron, Brown Jr., Hernandez, Zachariades + more

James Brown Jr.:

Pastor James Brown Jr.
Pastor James Brown Jr.

We are pleased to announce the release of RP15’s promotional video for the conference this October 9-10. RP15 is a free conference on the Doctrines of Grace with many of the leader pastors and scholars of our day. Registration is required so we can be better prepared to serve you this October. Please register today!

Here is the 40 minute video:

It covers the following:

  • 00:00 Short RP15 Promotional Video
  • 05:37 The Sovereignty of God / Doctrines of Grace
  • 07:40 The Fall of Man / Total Depravity
  • 11:53 The Value of the Doctrines of Grace
  • 17:50 What is Calvinism?
  • 21:58 The Theology of Calvinism
  • 28:08 Practical Calvinism / Perseverance of the Saints
  • 32:14 Calvinism and Worship
  • 33:05 Calvinism and Evangelism
  • 35:42 Calvinism and the Consummation

Speakers | Schedule | Location | Registration

reformation preaching conf 2015
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UPDATED: Oct. 9-10, 2015 Reformation Preaching Conf. ‘Doctrines of Grace’ feat. Waldron, Brown Jr., Hernandez, Zachariades + more in Elizabethtown, KY

When we let you know about this conference back in February, we weren’t aware more speakers would be added. Here is our post from February:

Reformation Preaching 2015 ConferenceJames Brown Jr.:

We are excited to announce a Reformed Midwest Conference for 2015. On October 9-10, we will be gathering in Elizabethtown, Kentucky for Reformation Preaching Conference 2015 (RP15). This is a free event. So that we may better prepare and serve you, registration is required.

Make plans today to hear many great speakers declare the doctrines of grace both theologically and practically. You will get to hear Dr. RC Sproul [Jr.], Dr. Sam Waldron, Dr. Sonny Hernandez, Dr. Theodore Zachariades, Dr. Benjamin Shaw, Evangelist Tony Miano, Pastor Anthony Mathenia and yours truly, James Brown Jr.

Two great days of powerful preaching and encouraging fellowship right in the heart of the Midwest. More details coming soon! Until then, sign up for our email list to stay up to date with all the latest information. God bless!

Speakers | Schedule | Location | Registration

reformation preaching conf 2015
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Here is an update from Dr. Sonny L. Hernandez:

Reformation Preaching Conference
Date: October 9-10, 2015

Theme: Doctrines of Grace

Reformation Preaching Conf 2015

We are officially complete with the schedule for the upcoming conference, and also with the selection of all the speakers.

Dr. Derek Thomas, Dr. David Murray, & Dr. John Snyder will be joining us.

What makes this conference unique, is that it has speakers from all the major conferences throughout the year such as the Ligonier, Shepherds, and the G3. In addition, this conference is free. This is why registration is a must.

Registration is required, and is free. Please visit www.reformedconference.com for more information.

Oct. 9-10, 2015 Reformation Preaching Conf. ‘Doctrines of Grace’ feat. Waldron, Brown Jr., Hernandez, Zachariades + more in Elizabethtown, KY

Conference updated, see here. Below is old info:

Reformation Preaching 2015 Conference

James Brown Jr.:

We are excited to announce a Reformed Midwest Conference for 2015. On October 9-10, we will be gathering in Elizabethtown, Kentucky for Reformation Preaching Conference 2015 (RP15). This is a free event. So that we may better prepare and serve you, registration is required.

Make plans today to hear many great speakers declare the doctrines of grace both theologically and practically. You will get to hear Dr. RC Sproul [Jr.], Dr. Sam Waldron, Dr. Sonny Hernandez, Dr. Theodore Zachariades, Dr. Benjamin Shaw, Evangelist Tony Miano, Pastor Anthony Mathenia and yours truly, James Brown Jr.

Two great days of powerful preaching and encouraging fellowship right in the heart of the Midwest. More details coming soon! Until then, sign up for our email list to stay up to date with all the latest information. God bless!

Speakers | Schedule | Location | Registration

reformation preaching conf 2015
www.reformedconference.com

2014 ‘1689 Conference’ AUDIO & VIDEO now online

1689 Conference Spurgeon

1689 Conf1689 Conference Planner:

This year we gathered to commemorate the 325th anniversary of the historic 1689 Baptist Confession.

 

Our hearts were lifted and our commitment to Scripture renewed as we reflected upon the kind providence of our covenant God toward His people.

 

The LORD was pleased to bless the conference with a precious unity of hearts and a single focus on orthodox confessional truths, that we pray will fortify and equip our gospel churches to proclaim the Lordship of Christ to all the nations.

 

In addition, the LORD through the working of His Spirit begun a confessing, reformed Baptist pastoral fellowship that will begin to meet bi-monthly in the central Indianapolis area.  If you would like to be notified of the date and location of the meetings do so by sending your request to: info@1689conference.org

 

We pray that the Lord will bless and keep you all, hope to see you again next year – LORD willing!

Baptist Confessionalism Providence 1689 Conference WIlliam Kiffin

AUDIO | VIDEO [Playlist]:

DAY 1:

Jim Savastio – 1689 Baptist Confession, 325 yrs. of faithfulness to the gospel [mp3]:

Video Part 1:

Please note that there are two videos in this list that were cut off short, however the MP3 audio of all the sessions are complete in length.

Video 2:


 

DAY 2:

Dr. Sam Waldron – 1689 Baptist Confession, outline, theology and distinctives [mp3]:

Video:


 

Bob Bolles – 1689 Baptist Confession and the Gospel [mp3]:

Video:


 

Doug Barger – Baptists, creeds/confessions and Silver Creek Baptist Church (Indiana’s first Baptist Church) [mp3]:

Video Part 1:

Video Part 2:


 

Steve Weaver – 1689 Baptist Confession and missions [mp3]:

Video:


 

Jim Savastio – How NOT to reform a church [mp3]:

Video:


 

Sonny Hernandez – 1689 Baptist Confession, the regulative principle of worship [mp3]:

Video:


 

David Williams – 1689 Baptist Confession and personal sanctification [mp3]:

Video:


 

Dennis Clark – Contemporary concerns for the church [mp3]:

Video:


 

Doug Barger – 1689 Baptist Confession, Family Worship and Cathechisms [mp3]:

Video:


 

Pascal Denualt – Covenant theology and the church. 1689 Federalism [mp3]:

Video:


Day 3:

Dr. Sam Waldron – 1689 Baptist Confession the Law and Gospel [mp3]:

Video:


 

Question and answer session – Topics include: law, future vision for confessing reformed baptists, hyper calvinism… [mp3]:

Video:


 

James Brown – Sermon of encouragement and exhortation [mp3]:

Video:

7 more short video previews of the ‘Baptists, Confessionalism & the Providence of God’ Conference

Baptist Confessionalism Providence 1689 Conference WIlliam Kiffin

Previous we featured previews from Sam WaldronSteve Weaver, Sonny Hernandez and Jim Savastio.

Today we feature some previews from Dennis Clark, David Williams, James Brown Jr., Bob Bolles, Doug Barger, and Pascal Denault regarding their topic(s) at the upcoming “Baptists, Confessionalism & the Providence of God” Conference (Nov. 13-15, 2014 in Indianapolis, IN.) that we previously mentioned.

[Dennis Clark: 1689 Confession & Current Concerns – 2 min. vid.]

Dennis will address some concerns facing our churches using the biblical truths as presented in the 1689 Baptist Confession and his 44yrs. in ministry.

[David Williams: 1689 Confession & Sanctification – 2 min. vid.]

David Williams shares some thoughts on his talk relating to the 1689 Baptist Confession Chapter 13 Of Sanctification

http://vimeo.com/107951540

[James Brown Jr.: 1689 & its relevancy for today – 2 min. vid.]

[Bob Bolles: 1689 Confession & the Gospel – 2 min. vid.]

http://vimeo.com/108916585

[Pascal Denault: 1689 Confession & Covenant Theology – 1 min. vid.]

Pascal Denault shares a few thoughts related to his talk on 17th Century Particular Baptist Covenant Theology as it is revealed in the 1689 Baptist Confession. Scheduled for Nov. 13-15 in Indianapolis, IN – learn more at 1689conference.org

[Doug Barger: The use of confessions and church history – 3 min. vid]

[Doug Barger: The 1689 & Family Worship – 3 min. vid]

The Purpose of the 1689 London Confession of Faith [James Brown Jr.’s 3-part Audio Podcast]

Here is another podcast from a 1689’r that just hit our hard-working Bapti-Bot’s radar, though it has been around since 2010!

James Brown Jr.Standing Firm James Brown Jr:

This year marks the 325th anniversary of the 1689 Second London Confession of Faith. In recognition of the impact this confession has played in our history and its significance for our future, we restarted our podcasts [RSS | iTunes] to highlight this standard of confessional Reformed Baptists.

 

We began with three podcasts focusing upon the purpose of the 1689…

 

In these three podcasts we attempt to set forth the purpose for the publication of the 1689 London Confession of Faith. The spirit of this document cannot be separated from its content. It was the purpose of these English Baptists to show our unity with the catholic Church and our distinctions as Baptists within the universal visible Church.

Here are the podcast:

1689 confessionThe Purpose of the 1689 London Confession of Faith

In this episode, we will begin examining the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith. Instead of beginning with its historical background or content, we will begin by looking at the reasons it was drafted to be used as the basis of the London association of Credobaptist churches. Their intent, purpose and the nature of the document is revealed in its Preface to the Reader. If we are going to recover true confessionalism, it must include the purpose and not just the content. In other words, we must recover the spirit of the confession along with the letter of the confession.

 

[Purpose 1: To set forth the Reformed Baptist principles.]

[mp3]:

The Purpose of the 1689 London Confession of Faith – Part 2

In this episode, we will continue our examination of the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith…

 

[Purpose 2: To set forth the Reformed Baptist unity among all orthodox Reformed churches... podcast even getting into some Covenant Theology]

[mp3]:

The Purpose of the 1689 London Confession of Faith – Part 3

In this episode, we will continue our examination of the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith…

 

[Purpose 3: To set forth Reformed Baptist distinctives.

 

Purpose 4: To set forth our liberty within the church universal.

 

Purpose 5: To set forth their mission of reformation.]

[mp3]:


James Brown Jr.
James Brown Jr.

James Brown Jr. is a pastor at Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity, a 1689 London Baptist church plant in Mooresville, Indiana. He is an ordained Baptist minister who has served Independent and Southern Baptist Churches in Indiana and Georgia since 1998.

James is a Gulf War veteran having served in the United States Marine Corps. He and his wife, Sonya, have 8 children and 1 grandchild.

He is also one of the speakers at the upcoming “Baptists, Confessionalism & the Providence of God” Conference“.