Country Preachers Workshop
7th - 10th June 2024
Training for preachers in country and remote places
God is building his church, not just in numbers, but in maturity. This happens primarily through regular, prayerful, systematic, and expositional preaching of his Word by teachers who are faithful to its text, clear in their presentation and relevant in their application.
At Presbyterian Inland Mission, we seek to continually bring God’s Word to believers and unbelievers in the remote areas of our country. With the help of this workshop, we hope to see more country preachers equipped with the skills and experience to help us achieve this vision.
This course is very practical in its presentation, catering to both the first-time preacher and those who are seeking to develop their preaching abilities further.
PIM is partnering with Langham Partnership to offer this workshop, to help preachers in remote and rural places develop their preaching skills.
Registrations for the 2024 Country Preachers Workshop open in early November. Further details, including a full event program, will also be released shortly.
To register your interest and to be notified when registrations open, email [email protected] or call 0438 868 964.
Langham Partnership grew out of the work of John Stott, an English minister located at All Souls church in Langham Place, London.
The worldwide church is growing quickly, but in many places, pastors don’t have the proper training to teach God’s Word. In our own country, many of us feel inadequate as preachers and would like to be better equipped to correctly handle the Word of truth.
Langham Partnership workers partner with local leaders to train pastors and lay-preachers in how to preach the Bible through up to four levels of training.
For more information visit au.langham.org
This level 3 workshop for 2024 builds on what was learnt in the level 1 and 2 courses held in previous years*. The workshop is made up of seminars and small groups, known as preaching fellowships, where participants learn how to study a Bible passage, and build a sermon that is faithful, clear and relevant.
*Attendance at previous workshops is not a requirement to participate in 2024.
The cost to attend this workshop includes:
- Camping at New Dunesk (BYO tent, swag, caravan or camper trailer)*
- Access to all facilities, including toilets, camp kitchen and piggery conference centre
- All meals
*Hotel accomodation is also available in Ardlethan at participant’s cost. Contact us for more information on accommodation options.