Heritage Preaching Lectures 2021

The Heritage Preaching Lectures is an event that seeks to equip and encourage pastors and other ministry leaders with the tools need to sharpen their skills to serve their churches and congregations.

Join us online for this year’s Heritage Preaching Lectures as we are excited to welcome Darrell Johnson. The theme of this year’s event will be Bring Them Into the Room Where It Happens.

Scroll below for information on the Pastors’ Wives & Women in Ministry Post-Conference Event. 

REGISTER TODAY FOR HPL 2021 WITH DARRELL JOHNSON

Details and Registration

Date and Time

Thursday, October 14th from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

Registration Cost

General Admission – $30.00

Heritage Partner Churches – $30.00

Sessions – Bring Them Into the Room Where It Happens

First Session – Lecture – “A Vision for Expository Preaching”

Second Session – Sermon – John 2:1-11 “Beholding Glory”

Third Session – Lecture – “Helping People Enter and Make Their Way in the Room: The Mechanics of Expository Preaching”

About Darrell Johnson

Darrell Johnson has been preaching Jesus Christ and His Gospel for over 50 years. He has served a number of Presbyterian congregations in California, Union Church of Manila in the Philippines, and the historic First Baptist Church in the heart of Vancouver, Canada. He has taught preaching for Fuller Theological Seminary, Carey Theological College in Vancouver, and Regent College in Vancouver. He has authored eight books, including The Glory of Preaching and Discipleship on the Edge: An Expository Journey Through Revelation.

He is currently serving as Scholar-in-Residence for The Way Church and Canadian Church Leaders Network, and still serves Regent College part-time as Teaching Fellow.

He and his wife Sharon have been married 49 years. Together they have raised four children adopted from four different countries of the world, and now enjoy loving 11 active grandchildren!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR HPL 2021 WITH DARRELL JOHNSON

Pastors’ Wives & Women in Ministry Post-Conference Event

Over the years, Heritage has sponsored days away for those who serve in ministry, both as wives of pastors or women serving in ministry. This year, we’d like to share new resources for pastors’ wives and new options for women serving in ministry.

All women in ministry & pastors’ wives are invited to a Zoom Chat on October 14, at 7:00 p.m.  Two breakout sessions will be offered:

  • Wendy McCready, author and blogger at smalltownpastorswives will share with the pastors’ wives.
  • Linda Seabrook, who serves in Women’s Ministry at Redemption (formerly Harvest London) will lead a breakout session for women serving in ministry.

This event is free for pastors’ wives and women serving in ministry to attend.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE PASTORS’ WIVES & WOMEN IN MINISTRY EVENT

Join us in Praying for Dr. Stan Fowler

As you may have heard by now, Dr. Stan Fowler suffered a stroke while on he and his wife, Donna, were vacationing in Virginia. He was rushed to the ICU unit of the University of Virginia Health Centre. The Fowler’s four children traveled to be with their parents to provide support and care.

The stroke was severe and complicated by bleeding that occurred after the stroke. Stan has been receiving excellent care but remains in serious condition.

Stan and Donna are deeply loved and respected by all of us at Heritage.  Our hearts are heavy for them at this difficult time. Stan has been such a vital part of the seminary for decades. I love the phrase Stan uses to describe the faculty at Heritage: “Scholars in service of the Church.” It’s a phrase that fits him perfectly. For decades, Stan has faithfully and effectively served the Church as a pastor and as a professor of theology. I regularly hear from his former students who express gratitude for his shaping influence on their lives.

We would invite you to join all of us in praying for Stan, Donna, and their family. We remain hopeful and confident that the Lord is overseeing all that Stan is going through.

If you would like the most current information on Dr. Fowler’s condition, please visit their family’s Facebook page. We will also post occasional updates on the Heritage Facebook page.

Warmly,

Rick Reed

President, Heritage College & Seminary