Thursday, February 21, 2008

2nd VP of SBC, Eric Redmond, to speak at Founders Breakfast


Eric Redmond, pastor of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Temple Hills, Maryland, was elected 2nd VP last year at the Southern Baptist Convention in San Antonio, Texas. Eric is a former professor of Bible and theology at Washington Bible College and currently is a member of the Council of Reforming Churches and the board of trustees at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is also author of the forthcoming book from Crossway entitled, Where Are All the Brothers? He also writes a very informative blog called, A Man from Issachar.

Eric will be speaking on Tuesday morning before the opening session of the SBC in Indianapolis, Indiana on June 10, 2008. His theme will be, "The Reformation that Must Come!" We will have registration information available very soon on the Founders website and I will update this blog when that happens. EDIT: Here is the registration link.

Pray for Eric and for his ministry among us in Indianapolis.

6 comments:

Wyman Richardson said...

Tom,

I look forward to hearing Eric Redmond! That breakfast is always a highlight of the Convention for me.

(My wife says it's too early in the morning for her, though! Ha!)

Wyman

pastorleap said...

Tom, when will tickets be available? Last year I missed the breakfast (I had been to the previous 3) because tickets sold out so quickly. I wanna get in for sure this year.

Terry

donsands said...

I have a good friend at Washington Bible College; Dave Shive. Good school.

I will pray for Eric to be an encouragement to the Body of Christ, and to magnify the Word of God, even above His name.

Tom, I just finished reading an article you wrote for Tabletalk, and posted a portion of it on my blog. I thought I'd better check with you, and see if don't mind. If you do, then I'll be glad to remove it.
Have a blessed Lord's Day this weekend.

Tom said...

Terry:

We hope to have registration up and running by early next week.

Don:

I am glad for you to use anything I write in ways that can be helpful. Since the article appears in Tabletalk, just be sure you credit their magazine as the source.

donsands said...

I shall. Thank you.

Hebrews 13:20-21

GUNNY said...

Great choice, but I haven't seen any sub-par options yet.

Thanks and keep up the good work!