‘Called to be Faithful’ conference

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14/11/2013 by Chris Green

WGUK2014If you’ve enjoyed the impact of Sovereign Grace music in the UK, you won’t want to miss this conference with Bob Kauflin in March.

Nathan Smith, pastor of Grace Church, Bath, who’s the organiser, writes this:-

The conference will be held on 5th-8th March 2014, at The Forum, in Bath and hosted by Bob Kauflin and Sovereign Grace Music.  It’s a 3-day event on the theme of “Called to be Faithful” with the idea being that as pastors, leaders, worshippers, musicians and singers, we are not called to be famous or successful, or to put a primary emphasis on being creative, cool or impressive, but faithful.  We will explore what it means to be faithful to receive God’s grace, be faithful to proclaim his Word and gospel, be faithful to serve our local church with the gifts God has given us, be faithful to grow in musical skill, be faithful to prepare people for suffering and death.
We’ve got a great line up of main sessions and seminars that are packed with both theological truth and practical instruction.  Our speakers include Bob Kauflin and some Sovereign Grace guys (Craig Cabaniss and Jeff Purswell), as well as Mike Reeves, Tim Chester, and Donald Whitney.  Worship leaders and musicians will include folks from Sovereign Grace Churches in the UK and USA, as well as guests including Stuart Townend and Nathan & Lou Fellingham, and others.
All the details for the conference are on our website (worshipgod.org.uk).  There’s a full list of speakers, seminars, schedule, lodging info and costs.  You can follow us on twitter (@WorshipGODUK) or on facebook (facebook.com/worshipgoduk).
I’m going.  Fancy coming too?
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