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Every year there is a big Pastor’s conference where pastors and church leaders who believe in faithful expository preaching and the Biblical Gospel meet in Southern California call the Shepherd’s Conference.  It will be on March 5–8.

I have been blessed by the fellowship, preaching and good food in this conference.

This year theme will center around the theme, “Faithful.”

Anyone on here that is going?

Here is the schedule:

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I’ve been having a hard time taking notes from the Shepherd’s Conference.  Here’s my rough notes from Al Mohler’s sermon.

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Every year there is a big Pastor’s conference where pastors and church leaders who believe in faithful expository preaching and the Biblical Gospel meet in Southern California call the Shepherd’s Conference.

This would be my tenth year attending.  I plan to blog some of my notes from the various sessions in the Conference.  Anyone on here that is going?

The Conference starts tomorrow on Wednesday.  Here is the schedule:

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Al Mohler

This was my notes on Al Mohler’s message during Shepherd’s Conference.  Shepherd’s Conference is a conference for Pastors and church leader at John MacArthur’s church.

John 15

We are seeing an increasing hostility to Christianity in the culture.  The danger is that Evangelicals think if we are clever enough we as Christians can be at peace with the world.

We are going to see in this passage multiple temptations.

There’s a big assumption among people today that there can be neutrality.

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Shepherds Conference

The audio MP3s of the 2016 Shepherd’s Conference is now available online at Grace Community Church’s website!  It seems like they just have loaded it up and there isn’t a one central link for the series for the 2016 Conference just yet.

Here are the links!

General Session 1 with JOHN MACARTHUR

General Session 2 with PHIL JOHNSON

General Session 3 with STEVE LAWSON

General Session 4 with LIGON DUNCAN

General Session 5 with NATHAN BUSENITZ

General Session 6 with AL MOHLER

General Session 7 with TOM PENNINGTON

General Session 8 – Q&A with JOHN MACARTHUR & LIGON DUNCAN & AL MOHLER

General Session 9 with PAUL WASHER

General Session 10 with JOHN MACARTHUR

Enjoy!

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Shepherds Conference

The Shepherd’s Conference is officially over.  This was one of the most encouraging conference I’ve been to in the last 8 years.  As people are waiting for the audios and videos to be uploaded online for now we’ll make do with the notes from The Master’s Seminary Liveblog of the Conference.

Here’s the list:

Conference Liveblog: Wed. Morning (MacArthur)

Conference Liveblog: Wed. Evening (Duncan)

Conference Liveblog: Thurs. Evening (Mohler)

Conference Liveblog: Fri. Morning (Pennington)

Conference Liveblog: Fri. Afternoon (Washer)

Conference Liveblog: Fri. Evening (MacArthur)

 

If you watch the conference, which sermons did you enjoyed?

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Shepherds conference assembly

I normally don’t like attending conferences as a Pastor (there’s too many out there).  But the one conference I look forward to as a Pastor is the Shepherd’s Conference.  It is a refreshing time for me as a Pastor to hear biblical preaching (rare in our day today in pulpits of many churches), browse through lots of books, get free books from the Conference, enjoy good food and awesome fellowship.  This year’s conference is on March 9-13.

As I’m looking forward to the conference where thousands of biblical preachers and pastors all over the US and the world head towards Los Angeles, I was also looking back at the last eight years attending Shepherd’s and asking myself, “Of all the sermons at the Shepherd’s Conference what were the most memorable messages?”  

I know there’s a segment of “silent” readers of this blog who attend the conference every year who never comment, so here’s a good time to make your first comment and share your thoughts.

 

Here are the two messages that stood out to me:

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