2 March, 2024

National Preaching Summit to Convene March 11-12 in Indy

by | 8 December, 2023 | 0 comments

The National Preaching Summit will gather at The Creek in Indianapolis on March 11-12, 2024, to explore the theme, “Undivided: Preaching Unity in Turbulent Times.”  

The Summit focuses on helping preachers become better biblical communicators. College Press Publishing Co. organizes the event each year.  

The emphasis for the 2024 edition is on overcoming the things that divide us so we can live in unity under the name of Christ (John 17:20-21). 

Speakers and workshop leaders will offer insights on preaching the message of unity effectively “so that your church can become a living example of the unity that Jesus desires for his followers.” 

Speakers will include Jaron Scott, Sean Palmer, Ben Cachiaras, Daniel McCoy, and Jason Ishmael. Ten workshops also will be offered during four worship hours. 

Early bird registration of $149 runs through Dec. 31, when the price increases to $169. College student/college-age registration is $75. 

Learn more and register at preachingsummit.com


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