Faithful Stewards

FAITHFUL STEWARDS CONFERENCE

June 23–24, 2023

Registration will open in January 2023.

A conference series

to encourage pastors and

leaders of local churches

as they pursue

faithful, biblical ministry.

2022 media

In 2022 we addressed the foundational issues of preaching and teaching God’s Word, including all aspects of sermon preparation. We considered the biblical foundation of expository preaching, the practical process of exegesis, the construction of an expository sermon, and the five keys to crossing the contextual bridge.

Conference Trailer

Full Livestream – Day 1

Full Livestream – Day 2

general sessions

In 2022 we addressed the foundational issues of preaching and teaching God’s Word, including all aspects of sermon preparation. We considered the biblical foundation of expository preaching, the practical process of exegesis, the construction of an expository sermon, and the five keys to crossing the contextual bridge.

Session 1 – A Case For Expository Preaching & Exegesis and Block Diagramming Pt. 1

Session 2 – Exegesis and Block Diagramming Pt. 2

Session 3 – Exposition & Delivery

Session 4 – Crossing the Contextual Bridge

Session 5 – Q & A w/ Tom Pennington

tom’s power point notes

Power point presentations and documents from Faithful Stewards are available for your private use. Any public use of this material without the express permission of Tom Pennington is prohibited.

A Case For Expository Preaching

Exegesis & Block Diagramming

Exposition & Delivery

Exposition Appendices

podcasts

book series

In 1 Corinthians 4, the apostle Paul reminds us that God will not measure our ministries by their results—whether outward success or failure. We contribute nothing to the spiritual results of our efforts. Only God can give life to dead hearts through the gospel—regeneration (Jas. 1:18). And only His Spirit can transform the hearts of His people through His Word—sanctification (John 17:17; 2 Cor. 3:18). All that God requires of us is to be faithful stewards.

“This is how one should regard us,

as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God.

Moreover, it is required of stewards

that they be found faithful.” 

1 CORINTHIANS 4:1–2

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