BIBLICAL MANHOOD CONFERENCE 2019
Men on Mission!
At the 3rd Annual Biblical Manhood Conference, men and young men will come together for worship, instruction, and fellowship. We will strive by God's grace to be faithful to the high calling of God in our lives.
Pastors and men's ministry leaders, we encourage you to bring a group of men from your church. The cost is $20 per person and lunch is included with your registration. This conference is open to men and young men (12+).
BIBLICAL MANHOOD 2019 CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
Subject to change
Come early for coffee and fellowship!
WELCOME AND WORSHIP
Worship led by Brian Richardson
PLENARY SESSION 1
Micah Fries-Cultivate the City: Living on Mission Where God Has Placed You
Led by Brian Richardson
Mission The Bible Us
The Art of Neighboring
Leading Your Family On Mission
The Mission of Transformation
The Culture of Multiplication
The Idols Men Make
Your purchased ticket includes your lunch. Please preregister in order to guarantee a lunch.
GAME & FELLOWSHIP
In the Sanctuary
Led by Brian Richardson
PLENARY SESSION 2
Micah Fries-The Mission of God: Understanding God’s Mission & Your Place in It
Closing Dialogue with Pastor Jeremiah Bradford and Micah Fries
Closing Prayer, Song, and Benediction
Micah has served the Lord in multiple positions throughout his ministry: international church planter, Lifeway, author of Christ-Centered Commentaries on Haggai and Zephaniah, and local church pastor.
Brian Richardson has been the Youth Pastor at Lenexa Baptist Church since 2003. Prior to coming to Lenexa Baptist he served in three other churches as Youth Minister. Brian has two bachelor degrees from Southwest Missouri State; one in Music and one in Religious Studies. He also has a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. God blessed him when he met his wife, Sharla, at his first church. They have three boys, Jordan, Jarrett, and Jace.
MISSION. THE BIBLE. US.
Pastor Scott Gilbert, Frederick Blvd Baptist Church
We know that mission is important, but what does the Bible say about how the average Christian is supposed to be involved in mission? In this breakout session, we’ll look at what God tells us in His Word about how we can live out mission in our day-to-day lives.
THE ART OF NEIGHBORING
Pastor Calvin Haynes, Journey Baptist Church
Once upon a time, people knew their neighbors. They talked to them, had cook-outs with them, and went to church with them. In our time of unprecedented mobility and increasing isolationism, it's hard to make lasting connections with those who live right outside our front door. We have hundreds of "friends" through online social networking, but we often don't even know the full name of the person who lives right next door. This breakout will ask the questions: What is the most loving thing I can do for the people who live on my street or in my apartment building? The breakout will share compelling true stories of lives impacted, share how to create genuine friendships with the people who live in closest proximity to them.
LEADING YOUR FAMILY ON MISSION
Pastor Jeremiah Bradford, McCarthy Baptist Church
Husbands and fathers, is it your heart's desire for your wife and children to follow Jesus and help others to do the same? Do you long for your family to join God's saving mission in the world? Do you yearn for your family to live with a passion for the glory of God in the redemption of the nations? In this breakout, men will be instructed, encouraged, and exhorted to faithfully lead their families in the Great Commission.
THE CULTURE OF MULTIPLICATION
Why You and Your Church Should be Committed to Giving Leaders Away
THE MISSION OF TRANSFORMATION
Pastor David Mason, Green Valley Baptist Church
The Mission of Transforming into a godly man with life producing (helpful) habits. We all have the same "Bad" habits but how do we change those lifestyle habits to "Good" habits? How do I change the habits that hurt my relationship with God and Family?
THE IDOLS MEN MAKE
Dr. Jared Bumpers, Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
The Old Testament contains many warnings against idolatry. In spite of the warnings, the Israelites were often pulled into worshipping idols and statues. Today, Christians in America are tempted to think idolatry is a thing of the past, since they rarely see idols and statues receiving worship. Yet idolatry has not disappeared; it has simply taken new forms. This breakout will define idolatry, identify common idols in the lives of men, and provide practical solutions to help men fight against idolatry.