2 years ago, Doug Greenwold of Preserving Bible Times and I teamed up to create the Institute of Biblical Context, which is a 3-day national conference that exposes participants to the facets of biblical context and how to read and engage the biblical story more fully. We’ve hosted two such conferences, and they were a hit.

So we’re thrilled to announce that we’re doing another one! It’s called “The Last Days of Jesus: Discovering More of the Story” and registration just opened. For three days, we’re going to dig into the final days of Jesus’ ministry, focusing on his last week in Jerusalem, the crucifixion, and the resurrection, in order to gain wisdom and application for how to live well today.

We’re hosting it at the same location as the last two years – Community Reformed in Zeeland, Michigan. And the dates are June 10-12.

As with the last two conferences, we have a phenomenal faculty on hand. And for those of you who’ve attended, you’re going to see several new faces as our intention all along has been to cycle faculty in and out, keeping things fresh, and also allowing the strength of the gathered faculty to dictate the direction of the conference material.

I highly encourage you to take a look at the conference website HERE, check out the faculty and specifics of what will be covered, and see if this is something you’d like to attend. Personally, if there was only one conference I could attend in 2019, this is the one I’d be attending (even if I wasn’t teaching at it). It’s going to be spectacular.

Everything you need to know, including registration and prices (there is a student rate as well), you can find at instituteofbiblicalcontext.com. The conference is limited to 400 participants.

Oh, and don’t miss out on the early bird rate!