More on the Keach Conference

I have more informatiion on the 2011 Keach Conference. The Reformed Baptist Fellowship Blog released more information just the other day so I thought I’d share it 🙂 

Please mark your calendars now for the 2011 Keach Conference, the annual theology and ministry conference hosted by the Reformed Baptist Fellowship of Virginia. This will be our 10th annual meeting.

When will the conference meet? Friday-Saturday,September 30-October 1, 2011. Session I will be held on Friday evening at 6:30 pm. Session II will be held on Saturday morning at 9:30 am. Following the morning session there will be a dialogue (question and answer time) with the speakers and then lunch. And of course anyone that wants to stay over is invited to worship with us that Sunday! 🙂

Where will the conference be held? This year’s meeting will be hosted by the Covenant Reformed Baptist Church in Warrenton, Virginia. The church is located at 7336 Riley Road, Warrenton, VA 20187. You can reach them on the web at covenantrbc.org. Host Pastor will be Steve Clevenger.

What will be this year’s theme? We are continuing our series through the Second London Baptist Confession of Faith (1689). This year’s theme is chapter five, “Of Divine Providence.” We are also celebrating the 400th anniversary of the Authorized (King James) Version of the Bible (1611-2011).

Who will be speaking? We have been blessed over the years to have excellent speakers for our conferences. This year is no exception. Our speakers will be Dr. Joel Beeke, President of Puritan Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan and Pastor Malcolm Watts of Emmanuel Reformed Church in Salisbury, England.
What are the topics? Here is our preliminary schedule:

Friday (September 30, 6:30 pm):

  • Dr. Beeke:  How to Respond Christianly to Providential Afflictions
  • Pastor Watts:  The Providential Preservation of the Scriptures:  Part 1

Saturday (October 1, 9:30 am):

  • Pastor Watts:  The Providential Preservation of the Scriptures:  Part 2
  • Dr. Beeke: Job’s Submission to Providence

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7 thoughts on “More on the Keach Conference

  1. It would be so neat to meet both of you! Persis – As far as I am aware there is no costs for the conference. I will email my (soon-to-be) pastor and make sure though 🙂

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