This week-long conference at Wales Evangelical School of Theology (WEST) in Bridgend is planned for 4–11 July 2015. It promotes preaching which is biblical, warm and expository.
Rev. Wyn Hughes (Cardiff) will preach on the opening night, on ‘The known and felt presence of the Lord’ (Romans 5:5); Rev. Andrew Davies (Cwmbran) each evening on ‘God glorified and man humbled in the message of the gospel’ (1 Corinthians 1-4); Rev. Phil Hill (WEST) through the book of Habakkuk during the morning sessions.
The week aims to explode the myth that revival is only a Welsh or Celtic phenomenon of the past. The preachers intend to show how ‘something known and felt’ is part of authentic biblical Christianity.
Andrew Davies will broaden our horizons through two lectures entitled ‘International Calvinistic Methodism’. Dr Gwyn Davies (Aberystwyth) will speak from a historical perspective, while other speakers will give a geographical focus, looking at what God is doing today to build his church worldwide.
These other speakers include Dr Judy Luhumbo (MERF) on ‘God at work in the Muslim world’ and Rev. John Orchard (Bridgend) on ‘Snapshot of God’s work in Nepal’. Further lectures will focus on China, the Holy Land and Iran.
The conference offers fellowship, prayer, quiet reflection and good food in an attractive setting. Full board study bedrooms are available, as is a well-stocked Christian bookshop. The main meetings will take place in the Sarang Thomas Conference Centre. Evening meetings are free.