The guys are back, and this time they’re talking about “assimilation.” We know some of our Reformed friends push back on the concept of assimilation, or at least think it’s an overstated need. But Joe and Jimmy think it matters for church health. Joe defines assimilation as “the process of becoming a healthy part of a local church.” How is assimilation related to the mission of the church? What does it mean for assimilation to be a structural aspect of disciple-making in the church? And what are the principles and practices that come together to create the assimilation process of Redeemer Fellowship?
THE 2019 DOCTRINE AND DEVOTION CONFERENCE ON BIBLICAL THEOLOGY
The third annual Doctrine and Devotion Conference is going down on May, 3 and 4th in Geneva, IL west of the city of Chicago. The theme for this year's conference is Biblical Theology: The Revelation of God’s Person, Plan, and Purpose. Dr. James Hamilton, Doug Logan, Joe Thorn, and Jimmy Fowler will preach on Biblical Theology and its place in the life of the Christian and the local church. Breakout sessions led by Phil and Jasmine Holmes, Steve McCoy, Nick Batzig, and Jen Thorn, will unpack issues of marriage, parenting, preaching, and suffering.
For more information and to register visit www.doctrineanddevotion.com/conference