Pre-Conferences

Male & Female He Created Them: The Glory and the Urgency of God’s Design for Men and Women


When
  • Monday, April 18*
    2:00 – 6:30 PM
    *Note: this pre-conference is the day before T4G22.

Where
  • The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Cost
  • $15 (add-on during T4G22 registration)

Schedule
  • 2:00 PM

    Session One: Complementarianism and the Christian Tradition
    – The Bible’s Vision of Male and Female
    – Complementarianism and the Christian Tradition
    – Embodiment, Identity, and Gender
    – Panel: Complementarianism: What Are the Real Alternatives?

  • 4:15 – 6:30 PM

    Session Two: Complementarianism and the Cultural Moment
    – Is Complementarianism Just Patriarchy?
    – Does Complementarianism Lead to Abuse?
    – Male and Female and the Crisis in Sexual Ethics
    – Panel: Christian Witness and the Glory of God’s Design

Speakers

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Under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, the mission of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is to be totally committed to the Bible as the Word of God, to the Great Commission as our mandate, and to be a servant of the churches of the Southern Baptist Convention by training, educating, and preparing ministers of the gospel for more faithful service. Learn more at sbts.edu


Finneyism 2.0?
Confronting Pragmatic Methodologies in Missions


Here and around the world, false conversions are one of our greatest challenges. As I interact with national partners and missionaries from various countries, I too often hear of evangelism methods that distort the definition of a church, and make future efforts to plant new churches all the more difficult.

I think it’s critical that American pastors understand the dangers so that we may faithfully steward our missions efforts and financial investment.

This pre-conference is led by faithful brothers who have now spent years diving deep into this topic. I commend what they’ll have to say to you.

Your brother,
Mark Dever

When
  • April 19, 2022
    9:00 – 11:30 AM

Where
  • Walking Distance of KFC Yum! Center

Cost
  • $15 (add-on during T4G22 registration)

Schedule
  • 9:00 AM

    Why Pastors Need to Be Aware of Movement Methodologies

  • 9:30 AM

    History of Movement Methodology

  • 9:45 AM

    Don’t Export What You Wouldn’t Use at Home

  • 10:00 AM

    How Biblical Ecclesiology Should Inform Our Missiology

  • 10:15 AM

    Planting Churches Among Unreached Language Groups

  • 10:30 AM

    Planting Churches in Strategic Cities

  • 10:45 AM

    Where Do We Go From Here?

  • 11:30 AM

    End

Speakers

Sponsored by

CROSS is a conference for 18-25 year olds that focuses on three things: 1) the gospel as the only means of salvation, 2) the church as central to the life of discipleship, and 3) the Great Commission as part of every believer’s call. CROSS wants to partner with local churches and is driven with them in mind. If you’d like to learn more, visit crosscon.com


The Gospel and abuse


Many people associate the church as a place where people have been hurt and abused. However, Christ intends for his church to be a place of safety for the vulnerable, hope for the hurting, and healing for the wounded. The gospel brings hope and the church brings life to all victims of abuse. Join us for this timely pre-conference as we consider how the church and the gospel provide hope and healing to victims of abuse so that we might care well for the vulnerable and the hurting. 

When
  • April 19, 2022
    9:00 – 11:30 AM

Where
  • Walking Distance of KFC Yum! Center

Cost
  • $15 (add-on during T4G22 registration)

Schedule
  • 9:00 AM

    How the Cross Brings Hope to Abuse Survivors

  • 9:40 AM

    How the Church Provides Healing for Abuse Survivors

  • 10:20 AM

    Break

  • 10:30 AM

    Panel

  • 10:50 AM

    How the Bible offers Comfort to Abuse Survivors

  • 11:30 AM

    End

Speakers

Sponsored by

MILLIONS of Scotland’s poorest are perishing without the good news of Jesus. Less than 3% of people in Scotland are followers of Jesus. Our least reached places are our poorest places – communities known in Scotland as housing schemes. They are strong and vibrant places with a rich history, but are often hit hard by complex social problems. 20schemes exists to bring the light of the gospel to Scotland’s poorest through church planting and revitalization.