Ralph West, HB Charles Jr, James Merritt and Others to Address “Preaching to the Broken” at 2014 National Conference on Preaching, May 13-15

The National Conference on Preaching 2014
The National Conference on Preaching 2014

About the Conference

The National Conference on Preaching began over two decades ago for the purpose of bringing preachers from every denomination together for encouragement, inspiration and the common passion of sharing God’s Word with His people. Founded by Dr. Michael Duduit, dean of the College of Christian Studies at Anderson University in Anderson, SC and founder and executive editor of Preaching Magazine, the conference has been held in more than eight states.

“Preaching to the Broken” is the theme of the 23rd annual National Conference on Preaching, scheduled for May 13-15, 2014, at Cross Pointe Church in Duluth, GA. The conference is sponsored by Preaching magazine and the College of Christian Studies at Anderson University.

NCP is a national – often international – gathering of pastors and church leaders with a focus on the preaching of God’s Word. You’ll hear outstanding addresses linked to the conference theme, challenging messages, and helpful workshops on a variety of preaching-related topics. One past participant said, “It’s as valuable as a year of seminary – all in three days!”

In addition to enhancing your own preaching tool kit, you’ll also enjoy inspiring worship times with other leaders. Complementing the preaching conference will be a simultaneous session for ministry wives.

The following preachers will speak at the conference: 

More information about the conference can be found online at ncp2014.com.

Those who wish to attend may register online at the early bird rate of $150 until April 12th.

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