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Fire up preaching with help from Eagles

Jul 2018    

Be the best preacher you can be for the Lord and your congregation! Be further equipped, enabled, empowered, and encouraged at Eagles Communications’ 3rd Preaching Conference – Fire in Your Bones: The Dynamics of Preaching – on 20 and 21 July 2018 at Faith Methodist Church.

Hear the Rev Canon J. John (known as “the UK’s Billy Graham”), the Rev Dr Bryan Wilkerson (Senior Pastor of Grace Chapel Lexington), the Rev Dr James Choung (Vice President of InterVarsity USA), the Rev Dr Chris Chia (Senior Pastor of Adam Road Presbyterian Church), and other adept preachers at inspiring plenaries and insightful workshops on issues and challenges in preaching today.

Intensive workshops cover practical topics. These include: preaching to millennials and beyond, preaching Christ in a secular culture, preaching the gospel, captivating attention, engaging the mind and moving the heart, crafting application-based sermons, and preaching apologetics.

This conference will motivate preachers to excel in the ministry of the Word and enhance the skills of emerging preachers. Eagles Conference alumni will enjoy a special discount – email eppi@eagles.org.sg for the Alumni Code.

Register today at www.eagles.org.sg/eppi.

Jondave Ong is Executive, Leadership Programs at Eagles Communications.

EPPI Conference 2018 – Fire in Your Bones: The Dynamics of Preaching

20-21 July 2018 (Friday-Saturday), 8 a.m. – 5.30 p.m.

Faith Methodist Church, 400 Commonwealth Drive, S(149604)
Register at www.eagles.org.sg/eppi

Event visuals courtesy of Eagles Communications

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