• National Preaching Summit

    Helping Preachers Become
    Better Biblical Communicators
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    March 12-13, 2018
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ABOUT THIS YEAR’S THEME

Every preacher juggles several relationships. These relationships are absolutely crucial to the effectiveness of one’s ministry and leadership. This year at the NPS, we want to maximize our Relational Preaching by examining the preacher’s relationship with the Holy Spirit, the Word, self, family, team, congregation, and community. What could happen if every preacher strengthened these relationships?

 

POWERFUL SESSIONS

The NPS features 7 main stage sessions that unpack the theme every year. We bring in a diverse line up of speakers who share the same passion for improving preaching.


PRACTICAL WORKSHOPS

We feature 2 specific workshop tracks: The Skill of Preaching (which educates attendees on specific preaching techniques and tactics) and Leadership & Preaching (which equips attendees with proven strategies for leveraging the pulpit). We will also feature a bonus track specifically designed for empowering your Elders/Support Staff to teach and preach at a higher level.


PURPOSEFUL COMMUNITY

The heart of the NPS is the dynamic and down-to-earth network of leaders who attend. Not only do they come to learn, but they come to share as well. Make new friends or meet up with old ones in the Connection Hub, exchange ideas and resources in the MasterMind Room, enrich your soul with free & private mini-counseling at our Preacher Support.

2018 Speakers

We have an incredible line up of communicators this year.

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Mark presently serves as Professor of Preaching and New Testament and Director of the Preaching Department at Ozark Christian College (Joplin, MO). Previously he has served in various preaching roles throughout the decades including serving as the Academic Dean for Ozark Christian College. In 2006, Mark earned his Doctorate of Ministry degree from Denver Seminary specializing in preaching and self-disclosure. He has written several articles for various magazines and institutions as well as co-authored two books including his most recent title Letting the Text Win (2014). Mark is married to Carla, has four children, and twelve grandchildren. Mark is a veteran of the NPS and we’re thrilled to welcome him back to the stage!