B21 is honored to once again have Dr. David Platt on our panel at the SBC 2011. Platt is husband to Heather, father to Caleb and Joshua, and Pastor of the Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, AL. He is a gifted expositor and devoted student of the Scriptures. His passion for the Word and commitment to reaching the lost and making disciples is evident in both his sermons and his life. He is leading his church to surrender their lives to God to accomplish the Great Commission and impact the world. In addition to being a pastor and preaching at numerous conferences, Platt spends a significant amount of time each year oversees taking the Gospel to unreached peoples, with an emphasis on training and equipping students, missionaries and pastors all over the world.
Platt is the author of the bestselling book Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream, and recently released Radical Together: Unleashing the People of God for the Purpose of God. He also has provided Christians with a tremendous resource in Disciple Making International (http://www.disciplemakingintl.org). DMI provides sermons, study guides, and materials from Secret Church (a stout six-hour theology course) as well as many other resources to equip and encourage churches all over the world. We encourage you to utilize the resources of DMI, as well as attend the panel this summer in Phoenix to hear what Platt and the other men on the panel have to teach us about living on mission.
About the B21 Panel SBC2011:
When: June 14th, during the SBC lunch break (roughly 12pm-1pm)
Where: Phoenix Convention Center (PCC), West Building in Room 301A
What: A lunch panel discussion on Mission, the SBC, and more…
Who: Danny Akin, Kevin Ezell, Albert Mohler, John Piper, and David Platt
– General Registration (April 26th – June 10th) – $15
Note: This $15 will include a lunch. We understand that $15 may seem high, but it is an average price at convention centers. We are not doing this to make money. In fact, we are attempting to raise money with sponsors to keep the cost at $15. Lunch in Phoenix downtown area will be costly, why not spend the time at a lunch listening to men like John Piper and David Platt talk about critical issues for the church. Thanks for considering this and we hope to see you there!!
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