Acts 29 Regional Church Conference Audio Sessions

The audio for the sessions for the Acts 29 Regional Church Conference are up.  The sessions include: 

For the Sake of the World: A Missional Ecclesiology (Newbigin’s Missional Logic)

Speaker: Michael W. Goheen

The people of God have always been chosen for the sake of the world. When they forget that they forget their God-given missional identity. This will be explored both narratively and systematically. Narratively, we will look at the role of God’s people in the Bible. Systematically, we will ask what a missional ecclesiology looks like.

Audio: For the Sake of the World: A Missional Ecclesiology

Gospel, Story, Worldview, and the Church’s Mission

Speaker: Michael W. Goheen

This session will explore the relationship between the four terms in this title–gospel, story, worldview, and the church’s mission. What will be examined is the following: The gospel is the climax and lens of the biblical story which claims to be the true story of the world. The church’s place in that story is bearing witness in life, word, and deed to the end of the story. Worldview has helped to recover the comprehensive scope of the gospel to equip the church for its all-embracing mission in the world.

Audio: Gospel, Story, Worldview, and the Church’s Mission

Preparing & Preaching a Gospel Centered Message

Speaker: Richard Kaufmann

How do you prepare and deliver a gospel-centered message? Dr. Kaufmann shares from his years of preaching, his time with Dr. Tim Keller and experience leading a church planting movement 4 pieces of wisdom to help ensure your sermons are well prepared and geared at heart-transformation.

Audio: Preparing & Preaching a Gospel Centered Message

Acts 29 Values & Mission

Speaker: David Fairchild

A session for churches, church planters and others who are interested in learning more about Acts 29 as a movement. Are you seeking to plant a church or to help plant other churches? Come learn about Acts 29’s values and mission.

Audio: Acts 29 Values & Mission

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