Gospel Hope

Ministering in the Light of the Second Coming

Bethlehem Conference for Pastors + Church Leaders

Monday, February 3 – Wednesday, February 5, 2020 | Minneapolis Convention Center

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Monday, Feb 3
Tuesday, Feb 4
Wednesday, Feb 5

Monday, Feb 3

  • 9:00 AM

    Check In / Registration

  • 10:00 AM

    Pre-Conference Event with The Gospel Coalition

  • 12:00 PM

    Seminar Group 1

  • 1:15 PM

    Seminar Group 2

  • 2:30 PM

    Seminar Group 3

  • 3:45 PM

    Seminar Group 4

  • 7:00 PM

    Plenary Session 1: John Piper - The Second Coming, the Judgment of God, and the Glory of Christ

Monday, Feb 3

Tuesday, Feb 4

  • 8:30 AM

    Plenary Session 2: Juan Sanchez - Making Disciples in the Light of the Second Coming

  • 10:30 AM

    Plenary Session 3: Crawford Loritts - Shepherding the Flock in the Light of the Second Coming

  • 1:45 PM

    Theology Refresh Q&A Panel: The Millennial Maze

  • 3:30 PM

    Plenary Session 4: Paul Tripp - The Call for Holiness in the Light of the Second Coming

  • 7:00 PM

    Plenary Session 5: J.D. Greear - Missions in the Light of the Second Coming

Tuesday, Feb 4

Wednesday, Feb 5

  • 8:30 AM

    Plenary Session 6: Jason Meyer - The Blessed Hope in the Life of Lemuel Haynes

  • 10:00 AM

    Plenary Session 7: John Piper - Pressing On in the Light of the Second Coming

  • 11:15 AM

    Plenary Speaker Q&A Panel

Wednesday, Feb 5

Monday, Feb 3
Tuesday, Feb 4
Wednesday, Feb 5

Seminars

Bethlehem College & Seminary Campus at the Convention Center

PRE-CONFERENCE

Paul Miller |  J-Curve

  • Do we have the wrong map for the Christian life? The apostle Paul traces out a pattern of dying and rising with Jesus—what Paul Miller calls the “J-curve”— as the normal Christian life. Life’s twists and turns can leave us confused, cynical, and eventually bitter. The J-curve plots these ups and downs on the map; it grounds our journeys not in some abstract idea of “the gospel” but in union with Christ. With the J-curve as our guide, hope finds its bearings, love becomes the path, and faith no longer floats but is tethered to Christ.

SEMINAR GROUP 1 – 12:00 PM – 12:45 PM

Prayer Ministry Seminar | Paul Miller | A Praying Church

  • What would it look like if prayer truly functioned as the engine of your church and ministry? It’s exhausting to be the “spiritual person” caring for the spiritual needs of others; even pastors struggle with prayerlessness. But when prayer takes its place at the center, the Spirit begins to work in new ways, and we find new life, energy, and hope. We learn to dream again. Catch a vision for a praying church and be equipped with the practical tools to cultivate it right where you are.

Women’s Ministry Seminar | Jen Wilkin | No Other Gods: Fearing Rightly in the Last Days

  • Political power struggles, natural disasters, economic uncertainties, church scandals and more can stir in us deep fear for the present and the future. But the children of God are called to rightly-placed fear. Consider the implications of living in light of the first commandment to fear no other gods before God.

Worship Leaders Seminar | Matthew Westerholm | Worship That Prepares for the Second Coming

  • The reign of Jesus Christ has already begun, but it has not yet been fulfilled (Hebrews 2:8). This workshop investigates how our weekly worship gatherings in this world can prepare believers for the world to come.

Elders Seminar | Michael Lawrence | Title

Church Planting Seminar | Dave Harvey | The Clay Pot Conspiracy for Pastors & Planters

  • Ministry makes an uncommon claim upon church planters, pastors, missionaries, or anyone called to proclaim the gospel. It’s a summons to join a conspiracy– God’s hidden plan to sabotage the enemy, reveal his power, create leaders who endure, and spread the glory of His name to all people.  It’s a secret that helps explain a leader’s confusion, depression, grief, disappointment, fatigue, and/or affliction. Let’s meet together and exalt over the thrilling plot behind God’s Clay Pot Conspiracy.

Family Ministry Seminar | Tony Souder | Gospel Hope and the Priority of Prayer in Parenting

  • Parenting is an awesome privilege and responsibility given by God. The priority of prayer in parenting is the natural overflow of our dependence on the supremacy of Christ in all things. Our children need to see and savor the Greatness of God in all of life and in prayer we can help our children learn to trust, treasure and hope in God for themselves. In this seminar we will explore various ways to create a culture of Gospel Hope through prayer for, with and around our children.

Disability Ministry Seminar | John Knight Gospel Hope for All Who Come: Your Church and Those Living with Disability

  • Your church members, all of them, were given to you by our sovereign God as a gift to proclaim his glory and to flourish under your pastoral leadership. Yet most churches struggle to serve and be served by those living with disabilities. In this seminar, we will discuss a biblical foundation for thinking about disability and practical help for how to welcome, embrace, disciple and prepare for service those God has called to live an atypical life in this present age.

SEMINAR GROUP 2 – 1:15 PM – 2:00 PM

Bi-Vocational Ministers Seminar | Tim Challies | Getting Things Done Like a Christian

  • Christian leaders are pulled in many different directions and forced to make difficult decisions about allocating time for work, for ministry, for family, and for self. In this seminar, Tim Challies will offer biblical wisdom on biblical priorities so Christian leaders can be confidently productive for the glory of God.

Women’s Ministry Seminar | Jen WilkinRedeeming the Time: Discerning and Doing God’s Will in the Last Days

  • We want to know God’s will for our lives so that we can be good stewards of the time he gives us. But often we limit our inquiries about His will to asking “What should I do?” Discerning God’s will involves asking a bigger question. Consider that question, and the plain answer the scriptures give for it, as we seek to live lives that reflect Christ.

Worship Leaders Seminar | Trip Lee | Title

  • Description

Elders Seminar | Isaac Adams | “Hi, I’m a Pastor-Elder, and I Struggle with Patience.” 

  • This seminar will focus on patience and its important for faithfully shepherding a congregation. Why is patience a virtue, and why are we tempted to not think it is? Why is impatience an ever-present threat to the unity of church leaders and congregations? How in the world can elders pastor with “complete patience” (2 Timothy 4:2), and what might that look like?

Church Planting Seminar | Jonathon Woodyard | The Last Days of Church Planting

  • The usage of the phrase “Last Days” connects to two realities. First, “The Last Days” connects to the conference theme of Jesus’ return and are marked by war-time realities, not peace. Given the evil days we live in, a church planter (as with every follower of Jesus) is engaged in spiritual battles unique to the task of church planting. My hope is to outline some particular battles the planter should prepare to fight by putting on the armor of God. Second, the “Last Days of Church Planting” points to the fact that the age we live in is truly the last age of church planting. When Christ returns and sets up his kingdom fully and finally, church planting will cease.

Family Ministry Seminar | David Helm | Raising Kids for Christ: Providing Help for the Home

  • It no secret anymore. The household of God rests upon the spiritual vitality of its individual homes and members. As our homes go, so His household. Is it any wonder then that strong churches invest in strengthening homes – especially as the primary place for raising kids for Christ? This seminar will explore some ways the church can better serve families of pre-school and elementary age children.

Youth Ministry Seminar | Tony Souder Infusing Gospel Hope Through Intergenerational Relationships in the Church

  • God has made the Church multi-generational so that His goodness and glory can be seen, savored, and shared from one generation to another. We need each other and yet, no church is immune to intergenerational disconnectedness. Creating life-giving intergenerational relationships in the church is essential for every generation to flourish in faith and life. This seminar will provide practical and proven ways to connect the generations in your church.

SEMINAR GROUP 3 – 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM

Preaching Seminar | Jason Cook | Preaching the Whole Counsel of God to the Whole Person

  • Believing the sufficiency of scripture propels Christians to lift high the word of God and believe in its power. And that belief is worked out in the context of culture and the world. This seminar will seek to connect the sufficiency of scripture and engaging culture with hopes of providing the attendee aids in thinking through complex cultural issues.

Discipleship Seminar | Dhati Lewis | Developing and Defending a Disciple-Making Culture

  • We confuse discipleship with mentorship by reducing life-on-life discipleship to a once a week meeting at Starbucks where we exchange information about life and work and relationships.  Discipleship has become a buzzword in evangelical circles, but for many of us we do not have a comprehensive plan to actually make disciples.  Come learn how to develop and defend a culture of discipleship in the local church that is gospel-centered and communally based.

Women’s Ministry Seminar | Nancy Guthrie | A Marriage That Will Last Forever: The Story of the Bridegroom

  • The Bible begins with God presenting Adam with his bride, Eve, and ends with God presenting Christ with his bride, the church. Everything in between is the story of God’s loving pursuit of his runaway bride. So what does this mean for us as women who long to be loved with a sacrificial, never-ending love?

Healthy Churches Seminar | Michael Lawrence | Title

Understanding Scripture Seminar | Stephen Nichols | Living God’s Word with Gospel Hope

  • When Peter commanded us to be ready to give an answer, he specifically commanded us to give an answer for the hope that is in us (1 Pet. 3:15). In the first century, Christians lived out their discipleship by radiating hope in a very pagan culture. As Christians in the twenty-first century, we too are called to live as disciples in dark and challenging days. We should not cower in fear or compromise our convictions. Instead, we should live in hope, for we know the gospel prevails and God reigns.

Counseling Seminar | Rob Green | Encouraging Counselees to Embrace the Priority of Gospel-Centered Living

  • Everyone has priorities. The Lord encourages his people to only conduct themselves worthy of the gospel. That is not how everyone lives. A wayward spouse, child, or close family member can make it difficult to live for Christ. Yet, such a commitment in our heart, mind, and body gives us confidence that any relational hardship we face is a fulfillment of the present suffering, but also a two-fold pointer to the future. At the return of Christ the gospel-centered person receives the promised salvation and those who reject see the sign of destruction fulfilled.

Missions Seminar | Andy Johnson The Local Church: God’s Surprising Missionary Plan

  • God’s missionary plan is hard, daring and glorious.  But it’s not complicated.  It’s called the local church.   Andy Johnson will discuss the central role of ordinary local churches in raising up and sending disciples, who faithfully proclaim the gospel, and gather and build up other local churches, until Christ returns.

SEMINAR GROUP 4 – 3:45 PM – 4:30 PM

Preaching Seminar | Tony Merida | Passionate Christ-Centered Preaching Producing Gospel Hope

  • In this seminar we will consider the what, why, and how of Christ-centered preaching and teaching. We will consider the marks of an effective Christ-centered expositor, as well as the practical nuts and bolts of sermon preparation. We will discuss the need to not only impart biblical information in sermons, but also the need to stir people’s affections for Christ.

Discipleship Seminar | David Mathis | God Does the Magic in Disciple-Making

  • The discipler scatters his seed, waters it, and attends to the weeds. He “sleeps and rises night and day, and the seed sprouts and grows; he knows not how” (Mark 4:27). Getting involved, at depth, in the lives of young believers will feel chaotic. Disciple-making will be difficult and messy. Until, suddenly, God opens our tired and discouraged eyes to what he’s been doing all along beneath the surface.

Women’s Ministry Seminar | Nancy Guthrie | A Home More Secure Than Eden: The Story of the Offspring

  • At the beginning of the Bible’s story we read about a promise God made—a promise made to the serpent that one day a child will be born who will crush his head. Throughout the rest of the Bible’s story we see the constant struggle between the offspring of the serpent and the offspring of the woman. But we also see in our own lives that we have an enemy who is against us. How and where do we find real security in a world of so much evil and conflict?

Healthy Churches Seminar | Isaac Adams | Justice & The Healthy Church

  • Voices on the Right and Left offer visions of a just world. Yet a healthy church is a unique institution, accounting for the yearning for justice and offering what nothing else can in a way nothing else can.  In this seminar, we’ll talk about how a healthy church, though often underestimated, is a powerful embassy for good in this world as it depicts the reality of the next.

Understanding Scripture Seminar | Chris Bruno | Faith, Works, and the Second Coming in James and Paul

  • This seminar will help us consider how James and Paul viewed the role of faith and works in light of the second coming. While some have argued that James and Paul had a different understanding of justification, works, and the judgment, their understanding of the law and the new covenant helps us see that they speak in a united voice on these issues.

Counseling Seminar | John Henderson | Counseling Sufferers Toward Joy In a Living Hope

  • Life on earth is filled with suffering. There is no escaping it. Without a growing faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ we cannot possibly understand the point of suffering, let alone rejoice in it. Suffering and joy make a strange pair. Rejoicing in the middle of affliction seems out of touch with reality and perhaps even bizarre. And yet, through the apostle Peter, God tells us to rejoice when grieved by various trials. How can this be? The answer: a salvation yet to be revealed. A living hope. An inheritance that is guarded for us while we are guarded by God for it. In this session we will consider how the living hope of the gospel can shape our conversation with suffering brothers and sisters, and how such conversation, by God’s grace, leads to joy.

Missions Seminar | Afshin Ziafat Engaging the Muslim World With the Gospel

  • The gospel compels us to take its message to all the world, including our Muslim neighbors, whether they live across the street or overseas. Afshin Ziafat will share truth from God’s Word and wisdom from personal experience in hopes of dispelling fear regarding Islam and equipping Christians to engage Muslim people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Hotels

Hilton

Hilton
1001 Marquette Ave South
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Direct: 612.376.1000
Toll-Free: 888.933.5363

Rate: $132 per night + tax + parking (1-4 adults per room)

Note:
The Hilton is where we have secured the greatest number of discounted rooms for our attendees. It has remarkable amenities, is conveniently located near many restaurants and shops, and is connected to the Convention Center via an indoor skyway system.

Hyatt Regency

Hyatt Regency 
1300 Nicollet Mall
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Direct: 402.592.6464
Toll-Free: 888.421.1442

$134 per night + tax + parking (1-2 adults per room)

$159 (3 adults per room)

$184 (4 adults per room)

Holiday Inn Express

Holiday Inn Express 
225 South 11th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Direct: 612.341.3300
Toll-Free: 888.465.4329

Rate: $127 per night + tax + parking

How Do I Register?

Visit our online Registration Page

You will receive a registration confirmation by email immediately after registering.  If you do not receive a receipt, it could indicate that your registration did not process correctly. In this case, please contact us at [email protected].

Please be sure to print this registration email and bring it to the event in order to check in.

Cancellation

Cancellation requests can be made by contacting [email protected]. All cancellations are subject to a $25 cancellation fee and will receive the following refund amounts according to the date the request is submitted. In order to help us minimize our costs, please cancel with as much advanced notice as possible.

Early Cancellation Jan 29 – Dec 18, 2019Refunded in Full – $25 Cancellation Fee
Cancellation Dec 18 – Dec 31, 201950% Refund – $25 Cancellation Fee
Late Cancellation After Jan 1, 2020No Refund
Weather Related*No Refund

*Due to the location and season in which this event is held, weather is often an unavoidable factor in travel. We are not able to provide weather-related refunds. By registering for this event you accept this risk.

Financial Assistance

If you are not able to pay the full registration rate, we want you to come anyway! Contact us by email ([email protected]), and it would be our joy to assist you in making it possible for you to attend through a discounted registration price.

Photo & Video Disclaimer

By attending this conference, you give Bethlehem College & Seminary permission to reproduce and use your image as recorded at this conference in Bethlehem College & Seminary resources and promotional materials.

Venue

The conference will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center located in downtown Minneapolis. All the plenary sessions will be held in the Main Auditorium—a theater-style room with comfortable seating and good visibility and acoustics throughout.

Transportation

The airport is 25 minutes by car from the Minneapolis Convention Center. For a cost-effective way to get to/from the airport and downtown Minneapolis, consider using Super Shuttle.

Rate: $15 one way (shared vehicle)
$24 round trip (shared vehicle)

Book online to receive the discounted rate for the Bethlehem Conference for Pastors + Church Leaders.

On Wednesday, January 17, there will be a free conference shuttle provided. These shuttles depart every 20 minutes from the Convention Center to the airport from 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM.

Weather

It’s true—January in Minnesota can be quite cold so please plan accordingly. The Convention Center is connected by a heated, indoor skyway to many hotels and restaurants in downtown Minneapolis.

WILL THERE BE A CONFERENCE APP?

Yes! A FREE conference app named “2020 Bethlehem Conference” will be published for the conference and available for download a few weeks beforehand.

WILL THIS EVENT BE LIVE-STREAMED?

Yes! We will live-stream all of the main plenary sessions online at tgc.org/live.

WILL YOU BE POSTING THE CONTENT FROM THIS EVENT?

Yes! We will post the conference audio and video on the video archive section of our website www.bcsmn.edu/video-archive to watch free of charge. Content from the 2019 conference will be online by February 17, 2020.

IS THERE A SOCIAL MEDIA HASHTAG?

Yes! #BCSPasCon

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR THE PRE-CONFERENCE?

There is no extra charge for the pre-conference, and no additional registration needed. When registering for the conference, simply indicate your desire to attend the pre-conference when you arrive at the question.

HOW DO I CANCEL MY REGISTRATION?

Please email [email protected] with your cancellation request. Your name is all we need in order to find your registration. After January 1, 2019, no refund will be provided. Please see the “Registration” tab for a full explanation of our refund policies.

CAN I TRANSFER MY REGISTRATION TO ANOTHER PERSON?

Yes! You are able to transfer your registration and switch seminar choices by using the edit link at the bottom of your confirmation email.

HOW DO I CHANGE MY SEMINAR CHOICES?

At the bottom of your confirmation email you will find this link: “See something incorrect? Click here to edit your answers.”
Clicking on this link will bring you to your order details where you can edit your answers and choices.

WILL THERE BE A BOOKSTORE?

Yes! Our LifeWay Conference Bookstore will sell many substantive titles at discounted prices. Don’t forget to leave room in your suitcases for books!

WHAT IF I DON'T SPEAK ENGLISH?

The main plenary sessions will be translated live into Spanish. Free headsets will be provided at the Information Desk. During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to indicate your need for this translation service.

WILL SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION BE PROVIDED?

No. American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation is not offered at this time.

ARE CHILDCARE OPTIONS AVAILABLE?

At this time, childcare will not be provided for the conference. However, nursing mothers who are unable to make childcare arrangements may attend. The Nursing Mothers’ rooms at the Minneapolis Convention Center do not include any audio or video of the conference sessions.

WHAT ARE THE MEAL OPTIONS?

There are several options for dining onsite at the Convention Center, including general concession stands, Dunn Bros. Coffee, and several specialty food lines. Eating onsite is a great way to save time and maximize opportunities to network and fellowship with other attendees.

DO YOU OFFER FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OR SCHOLARSHIPS?

If you are not able to pay the full registration rate, we want you to come anyway! Send us an email at [email protected] and it would be our joy to help you attend through a discounted registration.

However, we do not have the resources to offer financial help for travel and lodging expenses.

WHAT WEATHER CAN I EXPECT?

It’s true—January in Minnesota can be quite cold so please plan accordingly. The Convention Center is connected by a heated, indoor skyway to many hotels and restaurants in downtown Minneapolis.

WHAT IF MY QUESTION HASN’T BEEN ANSWERED?

Please send us an email at [email protected]

Registration

How Do I Register?

Visit our online Registration Page

You will receive a registration confirmation by email immediately after registering.  If you do not receive a receipt, it could indicate that your registration did not process correctly. In this case, please contact us at [email protected].

Please be sure to print this registration email and bring it to the event in order to check in.

Cancellation

Cancellation requests can be made by contacting [email protected]. All cancellations are subject to a $25 cancellation fee and will receive the following refund amounts according to the date the request is submitted. In order to help us minimize our costs, please cancel with as much advanced notice as possible.

Early Cancellation Jan 29 – Dec 18, 2019Refunded in Full – $25 Cancellation Fee
Cancellation Dec 18 – Dec 31, 201950% Refund – $25 Cancellation Fee
Late Cancellation After Jan 1, 2020No Refund
Weather Related*No Refund

*Due to the location and season in which this event is held, weather is often an unavoidable factor in travel. We are not able to provide weather-related refunds. By registering for this event you accept this risk.

Financial Assistance

If you are not able to pay the full registration rate, we want you to come anyway! Contact us by email ([email protected]), and it would be our joy to assist you in making it possible for you to attend through a discounted registration price.

Photo & Video Disclaimer

By attending this conference, you give Bethlehem College & Seminary permission to reproduce and use your image as recorded at this conference in Bethlehem College & Seminary resources and promotional materials.

Travel

Venue

The conference will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center located in downtown Minneapolis. All the plenary sessions will be held in the Main Auditorium—a theater-style room with comfortable seating and good visibility and acoustics throughout.

Transportation

The airport is 25 minutes by car from the Minneapolis Convention Center. For a cost-effective way to get to/from the airport and downtown Minneapolis, consider using Super Shuttle.

Rate: $15 one way (shared vehicle)
$24 round trip (shared vehicle)

Book online to receive the discounted rate for the Bethlehem Conference for Pastors + Church Leaders.

On Wednesday, January 17, there will be a free conference shuttle provided. These shuttles depart every 20 minutes from the Convention Center to the airport from 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM.

Weather

It’s true—January in Minnesota can be quite cold so please plan accordingly. The Convention Center is connected by a heated, indoor skyway to many hotels and restaurants in downtown Minneapolis.

FAQ

WILL THERE BE A CONFERENCE APP?

Yes! A FREE conference app named “2020 Bethlehem Conference” will be published for the conference and available for download a few weeks beforehand.

WILL THIS EVENT BE LIVE-STREAMED?

Yes! We will live-stream all of the main plenary sessions online at tgc.org/live.

WILL YOU BE POSTING THE CONTENT FROM THIS EVENT?

Yes! We will post the conference audio and video on the video archive section of our website www.bcsmn.edu/video-archive to watch free of charge. Content from the 2019 conference will be online by February 17, 2020.

IS THERE A SOCIAL MEDIA HASHTAG?

Yes! #BCSPasCon

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR THE PRE-CONFERENCE?

There is no extra charge for the pre-conference, and no additional registration needed. When registering for the conference, simply indicate your desire to attend the pre-conference when you arrive at the question.

HOW DO I CANCEL MY REGISTRATION?

Please email [email protected] with your cancellation request. Your name is all we need in order to find your registration. After January 1, 2019, no refund will be provided. Please see the “Registration” tab for a full explanation of our refund policies.

CAN I TRANSFER MY REGISTRATION TO ANOTHER PERSON?

Yes! You are able to transfer your registration and switch seminar choices by using the edit link at the bottom of your confirmation email.

HOW DO I CHANGE MY SEMINAR CHOICES?

At the bottom of your confirmation email you will find this link: “See something incorrect? Click here to edit your answers.”
Clicking on this link will bring you to your order details where you can edit your answers and choices.

WILL THERE BE A BOOKSTORE?

Yes! Our LifeWay Conference Bookstore will sell many substantive titles at discounted prices. Don’t forget to leave room in your suitcases for books!

WHAT IF I DON'T SPEAK ENGLISH?

The main plenary sessions will be translated live into Spanish. Free headsets will be provided at the Information Desk. During the registration process, you will have the opportunity to indicate your need for this translation service.

WILL SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETATION BE PROVIDED?

No. American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation is not offered at this time.

ARE CHILDCARE OPTIONS AVAILABLE?

At this time, childcare will not be provided for the conference. However, nursing mothers who are unable to make childcare arrangements may attend. The Nursing Mothers’ rooms at the Minneapolis Convention Center do not include any audio or video of the conference sessions.

WHAT ARE THE MEAL OPTIONS?

There are several options for dining onsite at the Convention Center, including general concession stands, Dunn Bros. Coffee, and several specialty food lines. Eating onsite is a great way to save time and maximize opportunities to network and fellowship with other attendees.

DO YOU OFFER FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE OR SCHOLARSHIPS?

If you are not able to pay the full registration rate, we want you to come anyway! Send us an email at [email protected] and it would be our joy to help you attend through a discounted registration.

However, we do not have the resources to offer financial help for travel and lodging expenses.

WHAT WEATHER CAN I EXPECT?

It’s true—January in Minnesota can be quite cold so please plan accordingly. The Convention Center is connected by a heated, indoor skyway to many hotels and restaurants in downtown Minneapolis.

WHAT IF MY QUESTION HASN’T BEEN ANSWERED?

Please send us an email at [email protected]

EXTRA EARLY
through May 31, 2019
Regular Tickets$130
Groups$125
International$99
Student$99
Monday Only$115
EARLY REGISTRATION
through Sept 30, 2019
Regular Tickets$160
Groups$125
International$99
Student$99
Monday Only$115
REGULAR REGISTRATION
through Dec 14, 2019
Regular Tickets$190
Groups$140
International$99
Student$99
Monday Only$115
FINAL REGISTRATION
through Jan 31, 2020
Regular Tickets$220
Groups$155
International$99
Student$99
Monday Only$115

After January 31, 2020: On-site registration only, while supplies last.

Individual sessions will be available for purchase onsite at $25 per session only if the conference does not sell out.

Groups of 10 or more qualify for an additional discount. Email [email protected] for more details.

International: Must reside outside of the United States.

Student: At least 9 credits spring 2019.

2019 Conference

Gospel Joy: The Bold Pursuit of Pleasures Forevermore in Ministry

Theology Refresh Panel: Live by the Spirit | PasCon2018

Theology Refresh Panel: Live by the Spirit | PasCon2018

February 3, 2018

Sam Storms – Preaching as Power: How Not to Quench the Spirit When You Preach | PasCon2018

Sam Storms – Preaching as Power: How Not to Quench the Spirit When You Preach | PasCon2018

February 2, 2018

Plenary Speaker Q&A Panel | PasCon2018

Plenary Speaker Q&A Panel | PasCon2018

February 2, 2018

Paul Tripp – Danger of Familiarity | PasCon2018

Paul Tripp – Danger of Familiarity | PasCon2018

February 2, 2018

Kevin DeYoung – That All May See Your Progress: How We Can Improve As Preachers | PasCon2018

Kevin DeYoung – That All May See Your Progress: How We Can Improve As Preachers | PasCon2018

February 2, 2018