One of our most effective and popular ministries has been
speaking on the local church or association level. The following are three types of speaking engagements to suit your specific
1. Pulpit Supply
Invite one of our speakers (see
staff) to come to your church
for a one time speaking engagement. This might be on a Sunday
morning, Sunday night, or Wednesday night.
This plan works great if you are a pastor and know you will
be absent on a certain date. You can call our office and
request one of our apologists to fill in for you. The sermon
will have an apologetics edge to it (supports for the Resurrection,
Reasons to trust the Bible, etc.) and this is a great way
to introduce your people to the resources we offer.
2. Multiple Services
Perhaps you want to engage and equip your people more. Have
one of our speakers come on Sunday morning and Sunday night
or perhaps several consecutive Wednesday nights (or any other multiple
session schedule). In this format, we are able to get into
more detail on certain topics of interest to your people.
This option takes planning and advertising on your part.
Our entire staff will participate in several sessions (plenary
and break-out) to enable your people to have a broad and
detailed overview of many apologetics themes. The schedule
might be Sunday-Tuesday or Friday-Sunday or whatever is most
helpful for your church.
Topics for break-out sessions might include Understanding
Islam, If God is so good then why is there evil in the world?,
Developing a Christian Worldview, What do Mormons believe?,
Oprah Winfrey and New Age Spirituality, and Benny Hinn and
the Word-Faith Movement. These are only a few of the many
topics we could cover. We would also enjoy including a question
and answer session with your people. We will work with you
to personalize and customize your conference!
Click here for
a menu of possible topics for conferences.
In all three formats, we are glad to bring our book table
offering our resources to your group. Call our office today,
(205) 552-5597, to set your date.