A great opportunity awaits you May 11-13, 2023 at Restoration Acres. “The Preacher’s Workshop” will be hosted by Person to Person Ministries for it’s 21st year. The late Ed Bousman, after participating in this event said, “This is the greatest thing Person to Person has ever done.” “The Preacher’s Workshop” is about preaching but there is so much more. During this event, there will be classes focusing on the New Testament book of Luke, as well as a class on the Old Testament book of Joshua. There will also be classes on Practical Ministries. Each day of this event will end with either a sermon of encouragement and challenge, group discussion or closing devotion. “The Preacher’s Workshop” is excellent for those who preach or would like to preach, AND it is equally as relevant for those who serve as teachers or leaders in the local church.
This event was formerly called Preaching Camp. This workshop is for any men interested in preaching or teaching. The need for preachers has never been greater. Statistics reveal more men are leaving the preaching ministry than are entering it. It is now a time in which some congregations will only survive as men who are not professionally educated serve as the preacher. To help equip these men and others who want to be refreshed in ministry education, P2P began The Preacher's Workshop in 2004. Every workshop includes classes in Old Testament, New Testament, Preaching, and other Practical Ministries.
President of Summit Theological Seminary in Peru, IN will teach on the book of Joshua.
Minister of the Lakemount Church of Christ in Salem, OH, will be teaching on the book of Luke.
Preaching Minister of the Erlanger (KY) Church of Christ and past professor at Cincinnati Bible Seminary and Johnson University will be teaching on Practical Ministries.
The Registration Fee is $30.
Registration must be submitted by May 5th.
This event is hosted at Restoration Acres in the Resource Center.
Where Do I stay?
We have wonderful facilities with over 400 campsites, including electric hook-ups, water spigots, and shower/toilet buildings throughout the campgrounds. If camping is not your cup of tea, there are multiple hotels and even a state park nearby for lodging.
There is no charge for camping during “The Preacher’s Workshop.”