KERYGMA: A conference for preachers about proclaiming the Christian message effectively.
For the Greeks, kerygma was the word used for the content of a proclamation. For disciples of Jesus, kerygma is the core message of God's salvation history being fulfilled in Jesus Christ as our Lord and Savior. Rooted in 1 Corinthians 2:2-5, this conference explores various aspects of the preaching life in proclaiming the content and life of faith in Jesus Christ.
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April 1-2, 2019 • Memorial Church of Christ
This will be the third year for KERYGMA. The past two years 55-60 preachers have participated in a time of renewal and practical encouragement.The $100 cost includes meals, snacks, and resources. More details about this years program coming soon.
Recordings from 2018 available here--KERYGMA 2018
Here's what others are saying about KERYGMA--
Just a short note to say thank you for Kerygma! Well done! May the Lord bless the seed that was sown in the hearts of all those who came to hear, think, question, seek, pray, encourage and be encouraged.Randy Todd, Woodland West, ArlingtonJust wanted to say thanks for a great program at Kergyma this week. Keep up the good work!Brian Lewis, Southwest, AdaGreat two days. Thanks for stretching us.Dewayne Case, NE, OKCGreat job friend! Loved the diverse topics and focus on relationships and even the more intimate venue. Top notch and well worth the time.Brad Cox, High Point, McKinney, TXJob well done. Really appreciated the men you lined up. From my perspective, it went really well. Thanks for all the work to make Kerygma happen.Travis Akins, Memorial, OKC
Preachers need other preachers in authentic relationships and helpful conversations about preaching.
Being a preacher is more than a job; it is a calling – a vocation of faithfully proclaiming God’s message in good times and bad. It is a rewarding and, often, lonely calling. This is why we need each other.
Kerygma is a time and space for preachers to consider the discipline of proclaiming the Christian message in a post-Christian culture.
For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ, and him crucified. And I came to you in weakness and in fear and in much trembling. My speech and my proclamation were not with plausible words of wisdom, but with a demonstration of the Spirit and of power, so that your faith might rest not on human wisdom but on the power of God. - 1 Corinthians 2:2-5