Jesus-Centred Preaching in a Complex World
February 10 & 17, 1:00 – 5:15 PM ET

# February 172021

  • 1:00 pm — Welcome
  • 1:10 pm — Plenary Session 3: Preaching to Post-Christian Cultures
  • 2:27 pm — Break
  • 2:37 pm — Plenary Session 4: Forming Radical Disciples through Jesus-centred Preaching
  • 3:55 pm — Break
  • 4:05 pm — Workshops
  • 4:50 pm — Closing Session
  • 5:15 pm — Day Ends

# Workshops

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Workshop A: Preaching that Facilitates Racial and Cultural Diversity
with Shannon Polk

Learn how preaching has the power to move a church toward greater inclusion of racial, economic, and cultural diversity to better reflect diverse communities and the Kingdom of God.


Workshop B: Preaching Prep: 6 Steps for Turning Scripture into a Transformational Sermon
with Annette Brownlee

New to preaching or just looking for a brush up? This workshop will equip you with practical ways to prepare a transformational, Jesus-centred sermon.


Workshop C: Preaching to Gen z and Young Millennials
with Jeremy Duncan

The most unchurched generation in modern history is Gen Z. What do you need to know about preaching that can help you better connect these younger generations to Jesus?


Workshop D: Preaching to Secular-Minded People
with Brian Ross

Many cultures in North America and Europe are now 2 – 3 generations removed from any Christian witness. What should we be doing in our preaching to ensure we’re connecting with educated, secular-minded people who need us to translate the Gospel into their language and value systems?


Workshop E: Preaching that Transforms Churchianity into Jesus Centricity
with Bruxy Cavey

The message of Jesus is scandalous and powerful, but it often gets watered down by religiosity. Learn how preaching can help move a bounded-set congregation beyond mere beliefs about Jesus to practices of following Jesus at the centre of their lives.

# Thought Leaders