This coming April/May I am especially looking forward to speaking at the Bible by the Beach conference. The theme this year is: Firm Foundations–Reformation for Today. Other speakers include Lee Gatiss, Mark Greene, Steve Midgley, Andrew Atherstone, Wallace Benn, Clare Heath-Whyte, and Rico Tice. For more information on booking, accommodation, etc., do go to the website and see all they have to offer.
About the conference:
Lively and contemporary in style, Bible by the Beach is a high quality, Bible-centred conference for all God’s people. It attracts church groups, couples, families and individuals at all stages on their Christian journey.
Gathering together in Eastbourne over the first May bank holiday weekend each year, 100s of Christians of all ages are encouraged, strengthened and equipped through clear, faithful and applied teaching of the Bible.
Our theme for 2017 is Firm Foundations as we celebrate and explore the great and glorious truths of the Christian gospel which were rediscovered in the Bible 500 years ago during the Reformation.
We will dig deep into God’s word in the main Bible readings, work through the practical applications in a choice of seminar streams, and rejoice in the gospel together in our evening celebrations.
As usual, high quality music for our sung worship, a full children and youth programme, an extensive bookstall and exhibition area, and After Hours evening events are all part of the Bible by the Beach programme for 2017.
And here is a video about the conference in general:
Matthew Barrett is Tutor of Systematic Theology and Church History at Oak Hill Theological College in London, as well as the founder and executive editor of Credo Magazine. He is the author of several books, including Salvation by Grace, Owen on the Christian Life, God’s Word Alone: The Authority of Scripture, and Reformation Theology. Currently he is the series editor of The 5 Solas Series with Zondervan. You can read more about Barrett at matthewmbarrett.com.