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The Mission and Majesty of the Church

The For The Church National Conference is a vital part of Midwestern Seminary and College’s aim to train ministry leaders for the magnification of God through the building up of the local church. This is the reason For The Church exists. We pray this two-day conference will be a time of refreshing and rejoicing. Our heart is for you and for your church.

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Sep 24

FTC National Conference

September 24 - September 25

Ready Conference

A youth conference
from Midwestern.

Ready Conference exists to equip the youth of the church to defend their faith. Amidst a culture shifting like the tide, it is imperative that students are ready to defend "the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints" (Jude 1:3).

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SPURGEON
LECTURE SERIES

The Charles Spurgeon Lectures on Biblical Preaching equip preachers and gospel ministers and fulfill our mission to exist for the church. The goal of the lectures is to equip attendees and serve the church by speaking on and modeling expositional preaching.
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Scudder
LECTURE SERIES

The C. W. Scudder lectureship brings a guest speaker to the campus to explore the biblical basis for dealing with contemporary social challenges and ethical issues.
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Sizemore
LECTURE SERIES

This lecture series was established in 1978 in memory of Dr. Burlan A. Sizemore, Jr., professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Midwestern Seminary from 1968 to 1976.

Drummond
LECTURE SERIES

The Drummond Lectures were established by Mrs. Betty Drummond in 2005 as an annual evangelism lecture series dedicated in memory of her husband, Dr. Lewis A. Drummond.

9Marks Conference

A conference on
Expository Preaching.

9Marks Conference on Expository Preaching is a 2-day academic conference focused on the topic of expository preaching. Speakers include Jason Allen, Mark Dever, Zach Schlegel, David Helm, John Onwuchekwa, and Brian Davis.

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