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INMAN PREACHING SEMINAR

Inman Seminar

2016 Annual Inman Biblical Preaching and Teaching Seminar


The Inman Biblical Preaching and Teaching Seminar is a two-day seminar in May on the campus of Ohio Valley University. Dormitory rooms will be available for a nominal cost.

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May 9-10, 2016

We have again put together a wonderful series of lectures by some brothers who are great Bible scholars and ministers. Brother Clifton Inman's passion for preaching and teaching from the biblical text is still at the heart of what we are hoping to accomplish. This year's classes will appeal to elders and Bible school teachers, both men and women, as well as preachers. Come and join us for two intense days designed to provide you with the tools to enhance your ability to share the biblical message. This year we will spend two days studying David, New Testament narrative, and evangelistic preaching and teaching. If you would like, you can even stay in an OVU dorm room. We hope you will join us for this exciting opportunity!

Dr. Michael Moss,
Dean of the OVU College of Biblical Studies & Behavioral Sciences

SPEAKERS:

Dr. Scott Gleaves Faulkner University Teaching New Testament Narratives: Points, Principles, and Punchlines
Dr. Rodney Cloud Amridge University Teaching the Story of David
Dan Cooper Pitman Road Church of Christ Preaching and Teaching Evangelism
Dr. Harold Shank Ohio Valley University Report on Ohio Valley University

SCHEDULE:

Monday, May 9, 2016

1:00PM – 1:30PM

Registration

1:30PM – 1:40PM

Welcome
Dr. Michael Moss

1:40PM – 2:40PM

Teaching the Story of David
Dr. Rodney Cloud

2:40PM – 3:00PM

Break

3:00PM – 4:00PM     

Teaching New Testament Narratives: Points, Principles, and Punchlines
Dr. Scott Gleaves

4:00PM – 4:15PM

Break

4:15PM – 5:15PM

Preaching and Teaching Evangelism
Dan Cooper

5:30PM – 6:30PM

Inman Seminar Dinner*

6:45PM – 7:00PM

Devotional

7:00PM – 8:00PM

Teaching the Story of David
Dr. Rodney Cloud

8:00PM – 8:15PM

Break

8:15PM – 9:15PM

Preaching and Teaching Evangelism
Dan Cooper

Tuesday, May 10, 2016

8:00AM – 8:30AM

Continental Breakfast*

8:30AM – 8:45AM

Devotional

8:45AM – 9:45AM

Teaching New Testament Narratives: Points, Principles, and Punchlines
Dr. Scott Gleaves

9:45AM – 10:00AM

Break

10:00AM – 11:00AM

Preaching and Teaching Evangelism
Dan Cooper

11:00AM – 11:15AM

Break

11:15AM – 11:45AM

Harold Shank

11:45AM – 12:30PM

Lunch at OVU*

12:30PM – 1:30PM

Teaching the Story of David
Dr. Rodney Cloud

1:30PM – 1:45PM

Break

1:45PM – 2:45PM

Teaching New Testament Narratives: Points, Principles, and Punchlines
Dr. Scott Gleaves

*Cost included in Registration Fee

All sessions will be on the OVU Main Campus in Ramsey Board Room 139

Cost: $35 Preregistration Fee-May 8 deadline (includes continental breakfasts, Tuesday lunch, catered dinner)
$45 Late Registration Fee

Housing fee: $25 per night per person
(guests will need to provide linens and bedding)
Checks may be made out to OVU and earmarked Inman Biblical Preaching and Teaching Seminar.

Please register by May 8th by calling 304-865-6128 or email gk.pennington@ovu.edu, but walk-ins will be welcome. For more information contact Dr. G.K. Pennington, Inman Bible Forum coordinator, in the Ohio Valley University Bible Department.


FORUM HISTORY

Brother Clifton Inman had a passion for preaching and teaching from the biblical text. It is our goal to continue that tradition every year with the Inman Biblical Preaching Seminar. Although we have called our seminar "the Inman Biblical Preaching Seminar," we have prepared classes that will appeal to elders, Bible school teachers, and women who teach Bible classes, as well as preachers. The seminar is designed to provide those attending with the tools to enhance their ability to share the biblical message. This year we will spend three days studying the Messiah in the Psalms, John's Gospel, and expository preaching and teaching. If you would like, you can even stay in an OVU dorm room. We hope you will join us for this exciting opportunity!

Dr. Michael Moss
Dean, OVU College of Biblical Studies & Behavioral Sciences

FORUM INDEX

2013 | Brandon Fredenburg, Mark Mason, Michael Moss, Harold Shank

2012 | Paul Pollard, Mike Reese, Jeff Stevenson

2011 | Everett Ferguson, Bruce Terry, Mark Dailey, Josh Starr

2010 | Harold Shank, G.K. Pennington, Bruce Daugherty, Phil Sturm

2009 | Edward Robinson, Mark Mason, Bruce Terry

2008 | Kevin Youngblood, Charles Aebi, Michael Moss

For the 2007-2008 academic year, the Inman Forum moved from fall to spring and became the Inman Biblical Preaching Seminar, a two or three day seminar in May on the campus of Ohio Valley University.

2006 | Allen Black, "The Servant Messiah: Preaching Mark's Gospel"

2005 | Richard Oster, "Studies In Ephesians"

2004 | Wendell Broom, "The Volcano of God"

2003 | Edward Myers, "The Biblical Teaching of Angels"

2002 | Duane Warden, "Studies in the Book of I Peter"

2001 | Dave Bland, "Preaching for Character Formation: Studies in the Book of Proverbs"

2000 | F. LaGard Smith, "We Would See Jesus!"

1999 | Gary Holloway, "Preaching From Hebrews"

1998 | Everett Ferguson, "Contemporary Worship Issues"

1997 | Douglas Foster, "Churches of Christ: Heritage and Destiny"

1996 | Flavil Yeakley, "Church Growth or Church Decline?"

1995 | Paul Pollard, "Gospel of John and Contemporary Culture"

1994 | Philip Slate, "World Evangelism"

1992 | Bill Flatt, "Counseling"

1991 | Ed Myers, "Baptism"

1990 | Earl West, "Reformation in the Ohio Valley"

1989 | James Thompson, "Preaching"

1988 | William Woodson, "Scripture and Unity"

1987 | Paul Watson, "Expository Preaching"

1986 | John Waddey, "Contemporary Moral Issues"

1985 | Lynn McMillon, "Scottish Restoration"

1984 | Jack Lewis, "Minor Prophets"

1983 | Furman Kearley, "Prophecy and Mid-East Crisis"


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