Pine Belt E4 Preacher School
August 11, 2017 to August 12, 2017
5:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: 1508 Hardy Street, Hattiesburg, MS 39401Category: Association Wide | Coordinator: Scott Hanberry
The 1st Annual Pine Belt Preacher School will be Friday and Saturday, August 11-12, 2017 at Hardy Street Baptist Church.
This interactive workshop is designed to help you get a better handle on how to study the Bible and how to prepare and preach sermons.
$10 registration fee covers meals & materials! Registration will open up in June.
About Preacher School
Biblical preaching announces good news about Jesus Christ, and what he has done for the good of all humanity. Gospel preachers have a positive message to meet all the sorrows of a sin-filled world. The E4 Pine Belt Preacher School will help you develop a sharper focus on ways to communicate the only message that can truly change a person's life.
The preacher handles the Word of God. How can a man be dull when he is handling such themes? I would say that a ʻdull preacherʼ is a contradiction in terms; if he is dull he is not a preacher. He may stand in a pulpit and talk, but he is certainly not a preacher. With the grand theme and message of the Bible dullness is impossible!” ~ Martyn Lloyd- Jones
The preacherʼs task is more important than that of any other. The physician heals, but his healing of the physical body has only temporal importance whereas preaching has spiritual and eternal significance. ~ David Jeremiah
Name any other profession, such as being a school teacher, a counselor, a politician, a business man or woman, or whatever other profession you wish, and preaching is more significant because preaching turns sinners into saints, and gives guidance to life not only for time, but also for eternity. Preaching is the work of bringing humanity and all human endeavors into alignment with God and his word. What other work can be more important than that? ~ Adrian Rogers
No Christ in your sermon, sir? Then go home, and never preach again until you have something worth preaching. Leave Christ out? O my brethren, better leave the pulpit out altogether. If a man can preach one sermon without mentioning Christʼs name in it, it ought to be his last, certainly the last that any Christian ought to go to hear him preach. If Sinners be damned... At least let them leap to hell over our bodies. ~ Charles H. Spurgeon
I preached as never sure to preach again, and as a dying man to dying men. ~ Richard Baxter
"If words are to enter people's hearts and bear fruit, they must be the right words, shaped to pass defenses and explode silently and effectually within their minds." ~ J.B. Phillips