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2011 Deep South Regional Founders Conference

God in Three Persons – Blessed Trinity

2011 Deep South Regional Founders Conference
January 13 – 15
Reformed Theological Seminary & Grace Baptist Church

Special Guest: (more info)
Dr. James R. White
Dr. Tom Ascol
Dr. Steve Cowan
Rev. Sammy Burns
Dr. Steve Blakemore
Dr. Matt Friedeman

Thursday: 6pm
Pre-Conference Debate: Freedom of the Will vs. Bondage of the Will
(more info)
with special guest: Dr. James R. White, Dr. Steve Blakemore and Dr. Matt Friedeman

Friday – Saturday
Doctrine of the Holy Trinity (more info)

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2010 DSRFC Sermons on iTunes

The 2010 Deep South Regional Founders Conference is now available on iTunes! http://bit.ly/6TBAni

Be sure to listen to all of our sermons including our special guest, Dr. Steve Lawson.

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2010 DSR Founders Conf. Wrap-Up

Wow, what more can I say about the 2010 DSR Founders Conf.?  The preaching seems to be getting better each year.  Dr. Steve Lawson and the other men who preached this year did so with clarity and vigor.

Dealing with the theological topics of God’s Decrees, Creation and Providence all men did a wonderful job of bringing us the Word of God and unpacking these great truths.  We will have the sermons available on Sermon Audio very soon and will update you to when they are available.  Be sure to follow us on Twitter at Deep_South_Founders & our Fan Page at Facebook for more details.

The singing this year was top notch.  Dr. Joe Nesom led most of the services and we culminated the conference with an a capela version of “Rock of Ages” that will forever be printed in our memories.

Reformed Theological Seminary and Grace Baptist Church were great hostess as always.  The food was excellent and the fellowship was genuine and warm.  We had many new faces and greeted many old friends.  It was always a pleasure to see everyone and we hope to see you there next year.

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Conference Rate at Comfort Inn in Clinton

Discounted rate at Comfort Inn in Clinton for $79. Must call (601) 925-8250 to receive rate. Be sure to tell them that you are attending the Deep South Regional Founders Conference

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$25 Pre-Registration about to End!

Before you enjoy the turkey, dressing and family fellowship this weekend be sure to pre-register for the 2010 Deep South Regional Founders Conference!  The $25 Pre-Registration discount will end this Friday.

Be sure to go to click on 2010 Conference Registration to partake in the early deals and join us at Reformed Theological Seminary and Grace Baptist Church in Jackson, MS on January 14-16, 2010 for biblical edification and fellowship that you will not soon forget.

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Registration Is Open for 2010!

If you would like a registration form emailed to you, please email us at deep.south.founders@gmail.com,  or you may register online at here.

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2010 Deep South Regional Founders Conference

 

mountain view

God’s Glory Displayed: The Works of God

Decrees • Creation • Providence

In the first chapter of the Book of Romans the Apostle Paul points out to us that all men know that there is a God even if they do not acknowledge him because, “For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them. For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world.” (Romans 1:19-20) Paul tells us that God does this so that we are without an excuse. John Calvin states that when we are filled with the knowledge of God that our lives will change so dramatically that our sole aim in life will be to “to acknowledge, laud, and celebrate the magnificence of His works.” (Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2.8.16)

It is this goal in mind that we will join together again for the 2010 Deep South Regional Founders Conference. We seek to know and worship our God more fully and celebrate his works that are displayed in his decrees, creation and providence.

January 14-16, 2010

Reformed Theological Seminary

Grace Baptist Church, Jackson

Special Guest:

Dr. Steve Lawson

Dr. Steve Lawson

Dr. Steven J. Lawson

“True religion will direct our minds to the living God. When duly imbued with the knowledge of Him, the whole aim of our lives will be to revere, fear, and worship His majesty, to enjoy a share in His blessings, to have recourse to Him in every difficulty, to acknowledge, laud, and celebrate the magnificence of His works, to make Him, as it were, the sole aim of all our actions.” -John Calvin (Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2.8.16)

1. The Perfect Nature of God’s Decree:
His Character & Nature – Rev. Yogi Taylor

 

2. The Redemptive Nature of God’s Decree:
Predestination & Election in Christ – Rev. Rodney Sanders

 

3. God’s Decrees & the Free Agency of Man
God’s Sovereignty & Man’s Responsibility – Rev. James Clardy

 

4. The Effectual Nature of God’s Decree:
Evangelism & Worship – Bro. Bryan Whittington

 

5. God’s Creation:
The Goodness of What God Made – Dr. Steve Cowan

 

6. God’s Providence Worked Out for His Glory Alone
The Purpose of God’s Glory – Dr. Steve Lawson

 

7. God’s Providence Worked Out in His World
God’s Glory Displayed – Dr. Steve Lawson

 

8. God’s Providence Worked Out in His Church
A Means of God’s Glory – Dr. Steve Lawson

 

Registration Opening Soon!

 

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Grace Pastor’s Fellowship set for Thursday, June 18, 2009

Dear Pastor and Friends,

This is a special invitation to you to attend the Grace Pastor’s Fellowship set for Thursday, June 18, 2009 at Southside Baptist Church in Fulton, MS. It is our privilege to host the Grace Pastor’s Fellowship this month. We sincerely trust that you will be with us. We are looking forward and trusting GOD for a good day of fellowship together around the Preaching of the Gospel of GOD’s Grace.

8:00 AM Fellowship over coffee and donuts
(for those who arrive early)

10:00 AM Pastor Jim Gables, Trussville, AL

11:00 AM Evangelist Miles McKee, Kingston Springs,TN
http://www.milesmckee.com/index.html

Lunch will be provided by Southside

2:00 PM Pastor Larry Dean, Nesbit, MS

By His Grace,
Bobby Crenshaw, Pastor
Southside Baptist Church
807 Cummings St.
Fulton, MS 38843
Home phone: (662) 862-5669
Cell phone: (662) 891-8290
e-mail: bobbycrenshaw08@yahoo.com

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Update 5 on Hannah Taylor

The following was written by our brother Yogi Taylor who is the father of Hannah.  Please go to Yogi’s blog Consuming Christianity for all the details and remember the Hannah Taylor Fund.  Sorry for the late post.
Dear friends,
A brief update…I wanted to let you know that Hannah is doing much better!  It looks like we are still “cancer free!”  We had our latest check up (in May) and all appears to be going well.  During the check up they ran many tests and evaluations.  One test was a CT Scan over the area where the tumor was previously removed, and it all looked clear.  We truly are blessed to see our little girl come through this with such great success!  Lately, there has been some issues of fever.  She has had a high fever for over a week, but yesterday & today she didn’t run fever at all.  So needless to say we are thankful!  We are hoping that whatever was causing the fever is passed.
A note of thanks…  We have been tremendously supported by family members, friends, churches, and folks we’ve never met.  Our family can not adequately express the gratitude we have for your many prayers, notes, calls, and visits!  I have tried my best to express this but fear that I fall terribly short.  Please know that we are very, very thankful for all of your encouragement!  God Bless you all!


Loving the Logos,
Yogi Taylor

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