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Heritage Preaching Lectures 2019 Story

How does a pastor craft and deliver sermons in a way that moves people? This is the topic that pastors and church leaders will be learning about at this year’s Heritage Preaching Lectures hosted by Heritage Theological Seminary on October 3rd.

This year, Heritage will be welcoming Dr. Winfred Neely to be the guest lecturer at the popular annual event to speak on the topic of preaching that moves people.

Dr. Neely currently teaches at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois as a Professor of Biblical Preaching. Neely also serves as Senior Pastor of Judson Baptist Church in Oak Park, Illinois, and is the author of a number of publications including his latest book, How to Overcome Worry: Experiencing the Peace of God in Every Situation.

For over 20 years, Heritage Theological Seminary has hosted the annual Heritage Preaching Lectures, bringing renowned pastors and scholars to the school to teach on various topics related to preaching. The goal of the event each year is to help equip pastors and other ministry leaders with the tools needed to sharpen their skills in order to serve their churches and congregations well.

The event will also include a special day for pastor’s wives and women serving in ministry to also be encouraged and equipped. Participants in this free women’s event will have the opportunity to learn from Dr. Terri Stovall from Southwestern Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas and hosted by Dr. Linda Reed of Heritage Theological Seminary.

To register for Heritage Preaching Lectures or for more information visit the HPL 2019 schedule page.

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