- Session One (Mark Dever)
- Session Two (Ligon Duncan)
- Session Three (Albert Mohler)
- Session Four (R.C. Sproul)
- Session Five (John Piper)
- Session Six (C.J. Mahaney)
- Session Seven (John MacArthur)
One of my favorite things about the conference was the opportunity to see old friends and meet new ones! This was not incidental to the conference, it was actually encouraged by the organizers of the conference. One of the goals of the conference was to unite people together for fellowship around the gospel. I firmly believe and fervently pray that this goal will be realized!
Mark, Ligon, C.J. and Al were not content to speak about the gospel in general, they issued a statement clarifying exactly what they both affirmed and denied about the gospel. It is a great document and I would have no problem signing my name at the end of this document as these men have done. To read the document, click here.
It was great to fellowship with my companions on the trip: Pastor Mike Beach and Garry Weaver (my dad). It was also great to see some old friends like Zachary Smith, Barak Tjader, Ken Taggart, Ray Rosenbarg (sp?), Jeremy Floyd, Ed Stucky and many more. It was also great to make some new friends (I hope) like: Scott Lamb, Marc Heinrich, Jason Robertson, Timmy Brister, Dwayne Ewers, Tim Challies, and Mick Porter (one who travelled all the way from Australia for this conference who has a tremendous testimony of God’s grace in his life and church). It was also great to have the opportunity to meet with Dr. Michael Haykin and discuss my plans for my work on the ThM through Toronto Baptist Seminary. I’m excited about this great opportunity.
Some however, were LEFT BEHIND! My advice for all of you is that when the next Together for the Gospel Conference convenes in April of 2008, DON’T BE LEFT BEHIND!!! In the meantime, you can read the Together for the Gospel blog to get the benefit of “listening in” on the interactions between these four friends whose friendship has inspired us all.