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A SERIES IN THE BOOK OF ACTS

PREACHING-TEACHING CONVENTION – 2020


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TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 - Welcome 5 - Schedule 6 - Convention Information 7 - Convention Main Sessions 8 - Children’s Sessions 9 - Special Events 10 - Workshops 14 - Workshop Leaders 20 - Notes 24 - Campus Map 3


“ W E G O T N E X T. ” In college, I loved playing pick-up basketball. (I wasn’t good. When I tried to imitate Michael Jordan, I almost bit off my tongue.) In the gym bleachers, I’d put together a team with other guys waiting to play. When the game on the court finished, those were the words we used to announce we were the next team in line—the words to claim our spot as successors. “We got next.” That’s what Luke wants us to say when we read Acts. Luke tells amazing stories of those first believers: • passionately praying for God’s power and grace • loving one another deeply in Christian community • courageously suffering for the gospel • boldly preaching Christ through the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Europe In Acts, we see the church saving the lost, feeding the hungry, comforting the grieving, confronting the compromised, welcoming the outcast, raising next generation leaders, transforming lives by the thousands and ten thousands. Luke wants to light a fire in our hearts to do the same today. William Booth felt that fire. In the mid-1800s, Booth longed to reach the poor of East London. His revival ministry converted thousands and sparked compassion ministries to relieve their suffering—eventually becoming the Salvation Army. When he died, 150,000 people filed by his casket, and today the Salvation Army shares the love of Christ with 30 million people in 130 countries each year. Where did this remarkable work start? The book of Acts. Stanley Mooneyham writes, “It is said that as William Booth would read the book of Acts—reliving the victories of the early church, sensing the power that transformed the apostles from timid men into bold witnesses, feeling the impact of the gospel upon pagan cultures—he would drop his head onto the pages of his Bible as he sobbed out this prayer, ‘Do it again, Lord, do it again!’” That’s our prayer at this week’s Preaching-Teaching Convention. Thanks for joining us, and as we study Acts together, let’s ask God to change the world in our generation—to “do it again” through us. “We got next.”

MATT PROCTOR President

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SCHEDULE MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17 7:00 PM

Main Session: RICK RUSAW (MPB)

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18 8:30 AM

Bible and Coffee: ED STETZER (Chapel)

9:30 AM

Main Session: ED STETZER (MPB)

1:00 PM

Main Session: AMANI MUSTAFA (MPB)

2:30 PM

Seminar: ED STETZER (MPB)

4:00 PM

Workshops*

6:00 PM

Class Reunion Reception (MPB East Mezzanine)

1970 (50 years) & 1995 (25 years)

7:00 PM

Main Session: DR. JERRY TAYLOR (MPB)

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19

*

See workshops and locations on page 10 or at OCC.EDU/PTWORKSHOPS

8:30 AM

Bible and Coffee: MICHAEL DEFAZIO (Chapel)

9:30 AM

Main Session: ERIC EPPERSON (Chapel)

11:30 AM

Networking Lunch (Student Center)

1:00 PM

Main Session: DAN HAMEL (Chapel)

2:30 PM

Workshops*

4:00 PM

President’s Banquet (MPB)

5:00 PM

Collide: PT Youth Experience (Chapel)

7:00 PM

Main Session: DAVE STONE (MPB)

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CONVENTION INFORMATION REGISTRATION OFFERING

Register for the convention in the lobby of the MPB. Parents, please register your children at the main P-T Convention registration areas, and then proceed to the check-in areas in the upper level of the OCC Dining Hall.

Offerings at each of our main sessions will go toward the ministry of OCC. You can also give online at occ.edu/donate.

MEAL PRICES

Meals may be purchased in the OCC Dining Hall. Breakfast is $6 and lunch and dinner are $10.

PRESIDENT’S BANQUET

OCC’s annual President’s Banquet will take place on Wednesday at 4:00 pm in the MPB.

WI-FI

Log in to our free Wi-Fi network “OCC_Student” with the password, “wireless.”

HEARING ASSISTANCE

During main sessions, hearing assistance devices are available at the sound booth.

SESSION RECORDINGS

Recordings of this year’s main sessions and workshops may be purchased at the Christian Audio Tapes booth in the east lobby of the MPB or at catapes.com.

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Videos and photos are taken at OCC events. Your attendance constitutes permission for OCC to use your likeness in future publications. The OCC Bookstore (south end of the Mabee Student Center) welcomes you to our campus. Present your convention badge for a 10% discount on regularly-priced items. The bookstore is open from 7:30 am to 7:00 pm.


CONVENTION MAIN SESSIONS

MonDAY 7:O0 PM

Acts 1: Expand RICK RUSAW

TuesDAY 9:30 AM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM

Acts 1: Pray ED STETZER Acts 4: Suffer AMANI MUSTAFA Acts 2: Preach DR. JERRY TAYLOR

WednesDAY 9:30 AM 1:00 PM 7:00 PM

Acts 17: Engage ERIC EPPERSON Acts 20: Lead DAN HAMEL Acts 16: Entrust DAVE STONE

GET TO KNOW YOUR SPEAKERS RICK RUSAW: After serving as lead pastor at LifeBridge Christian Church in Longmont, CO, for over 28 years, Rick continues to blend his talents and heart for service to influence faith-based and corporate leaders around the world. Rick currently leads the Spire Network, a national digital engagement platform, conference, and innovation community focused on equipping and inspiring Christian leaders. ED STETZER: Ed is an author, speaker, researcher, pastor, church planter, and Christian missiologist. Stetzer serves as the Billy Graham Distinguished Chair of Church, Mission, and Evangelism at Wheaton College and as executive director of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College. AMANI MUSTAFA: In 2007, Amani joined Al Hayat Christian Channel, a collaboration between Muslim-background believers and Christian-background believers that uncovered the truth about Islam and preached the gospel to the Muslim world. Al Hayat Ministry produced programs that were widely watched in the Muslim world at that time, including The Muslim Woman, a show that was watched by millions.

DR. JERRY TAYLOR: Dr. Taylor serves as associate professor of Bible, Missions and Ministry and as the founding director of the Carl Spain Center on Race Studies and Spiritual Action at Abilene Christian University in Abilene, TX. Author of Courageous Compassion. ERIC EPPERSON: Eric serves at Christ in Youth as the Vice President of Story, where he leads CIY’s marketing, church relations, and development teams. Eric has worked at CIY for 15 years. DAN HAMEL: Dan serves as the lead pastor at The Creek in Indianapolis, IN. Dan is passionate about discipleship, prayer, expository preaching, and leadership. DAVE STONE: For 30 years, Dave Stone preached at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY. During his 13 years as senior pastor, the weekend average attendance grew from 17,000 at one campus to 27,000 at six campuses. Currently Dave is serving at the Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago as their interim teaching pastor.

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CHILDREN’S SESSIONS AGE GROUPS

NURSERY & PRESCHOOL: BIRTH - 5 YEARS

ELEMENTARY SESSIONS: KINDERGARTEN - 5TH GRADE

CHILDREN’S SESSIONS AVA I L A B L E

MonDAY 7:00 PM

Main Session

TuESDAY 9:30 AM 7:00 PM

Main Session Main Session

WEDNESDAY 9:30 AM 4:00 PM 7:00 PM

R E G I S T R AT I O N

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Main Session President’s Banquet Main Session

Parents must register with children at the main P-T Convention registration areas in the MPB, and then proceed to the check-in areas in the upper level of the OCC Dining Hall.


SPECIAL EVENTS CLASS REUNIONS 1970 — 50 YEARS 1995 — 25 YEARS TUESDAY | 6:00 PM | MPB MEZZANINE

NETWORKING LUNCH Join us for a free lunch and meet OCC students looking for full-time or part-time ministry positions or internships.

WEDNESDAY | 11:30 AM | STUDENT CENTER

PRESIDENT’S BANQUET Dinner, Seth Wilson Outstanding Alumnus awards, and an Ozark update from President Matt Proctor.

WEDNESDAY | 4:00 PM | MPB

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W O R K S H O P S : T U E S D AY 4 : 0 0 P M 10 ESTATE PLANNING TIPS (M24) Doug Miller, Attorney at Law

HEARING TO LISTENING (M26) Taylor Brown

An attorney will give ten estate-planning tips to help ensure your final wishes are accomplished. Take action now to minimize the time, cost, and effort for your loved ones and to maximize your kingdom impact!

Studies show that audiences retain only 50% of a 10-minute presentation and remember less of that presentation with each passing day. We must creatively develop messages that cause people to lean in and listen. Learn key principles to sermon preparation and delivery to move people from hearing to listening.

10 STEPS FOR EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONS IN YOUR CHURCH (L23) Austin Savage Poor communication can cripple the effectiveness of our ministries. As culture has changed, how we need to communicate has shifted. In this comprehensive workshop, we’ll walk through ten steps for effective internal and external communications, including leveraging your digital presence and ensuring your signage is clear.

HOW TO USE YOUR RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS FOR KINGDOM IMPACT (IMC1) David Duncan New tax laws have changed some of the rules for IRAs—but these (and other retirement assets) can be excellent tools for helping you accomplish your desire to fund kingdom work. Come learn strategies that can bless you, your family, and the ministries you love.

CHARACTERISTICS OF A HEALTHY CHURCH (IMC2) Charlie Allcott, Rowlie Hutton

IS IT TIME FOR YOUR CHURCH TO CONSIDER A REBRAND? (M25) Joe Williams

Through their years in ministry and church leadership, as well as their time at Solomon Foundation, Charlie and Rowlie have identified significant characteristics of a healthy church.

Is your church stuck? Month after month, year after year, it’s the same old patterns that leave an uninspiring mark on your community. If you would like to infuse a new sense of mission in the life of your congregation—something they can rally behind that will also grab the attention of your community—it’s time to consider a rebrand. Hear about one church’s rebranding journey and gain helpful insights for your own.

COMPELLING COMMUNICATION (L11) Dick Alexander People don’t need “good sermons”—they need to be moved! What are the factors in transformational preaching?

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WORKSHOP LOCATION KEY: (Building/Room) Chapel Auditorium (CHAPEL) Idleman Ministry Center (IMC)

LOOKING BENEATH THE SURFACE (CHAPEL) Panel Facilitator: Maggie Schade Panelists: Ayrn Crawford, Detective Chip Root, Karolyn Schrage, Robin Blair A multidisciplinary response to abuse and exploitation of children in our faith circles. MADE FROM SCRATCH: HOW TO CREATE YOUR OWN CURRICULUM FOR CHILDREN’S MINISTRY (M35/37) Ann Wolfe

Library (L)

Missions Building (M) Student Center (STU)

PREACH WITH PURPOSE TO REACH THE LOST (L14) Robin Sigars Since Pentecost, preaching has been central to the life of the church. Today, the church is being challenged on its preaching. We must return to preaching the truth of Jesus and the truth of eternal life. TELLING STORIES THAT STICK (M36/38) Jared Ellis

Tired of cookie-cutter curriculum? Looking for specific methods to communicate what you want to teach and what fits your children’s ministry? Learn how to create your own curriculum and discover what resources already exist to help you.

Good storytelling has the ability to create change in other’s lives. When we engage our audiences with stories, metaphors, and narratives preaching, they are more likely to remember the message, apply its lessons, and even retell the story themselves.

NEXT WORSHIP: WHAT’S NEXT FOR CORPORATE WORSHIP? (M39) Isaac Schade, Jarrell Jackson

THE TOP 10 INSIGHTS BY NATIONAL DISCIPLE-MAKING LEADERS (L15) Bobby Harrington, Daniel McCoy

A discussion on the current and upcoming trends of corporate worship, including biblically based worship, congregational engagement, expanding the scope of corporate worship beyond music, using multitracks, production growth points and setbacks, and finances.

Hear the best disciple-making practices around the nation and the top insights revealed in a recent national survey of disciple-making in Protestant churches.

PIPELINES AND PATHWAYS: HOW DEVELOPING LEADERS FUELS CHURCH REVITALIZATION (L13) Don Sanders The majority of churches in America are in a state of plateau or decline. This workshop reveals why developing leaders is so important, how it can be done, and how it can breathe new life into your church.

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W O R K S H O P S : W E D N E S D AY 2 : 3 0 P M THE BEST DISCIPLE-MAKING PLAN FOR BUSY PEOPLE (L14) Bobby Harrington, Daniel McCoy For good-hearted pastors and ministers, the biggest barrier to making disciples is busyness. Bobby Harrington and Daniel McCoy will share a theologically sound, practical disciple-making plan that you can start tomorrow.

DEVELOPING A TRAUMA INFORMED APPROACH TO CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION AND RESPONSE WITHIN OUR FAITH COMMUNITIES (CHAPEL) Ayrn Crawford, Robin Blair Dynamics of sexual abuse with a focus on institutional grooming and how to build P&P to promote safety in ministry-based entities.

CHARACTERISTICS OF A HEALTHY CHURCH? (IMC2) Charlie Allcott, Rowlie Hutton

HOW THE HOLY SPIRIT HELPS US TAKE EVERY THOUGHT CAPTIVE (STU) Michael DeFazio, Chad Ragsdale, Doug Welch

Through their years in ministry and church leadership, as well as their time at Solomon Foundation, Charlie and Rowlie have identified significant characteristics of a healthy church.

We’re grateful for the gift of the Spirit, and we know the importance of taking our thoughts captive, but do we know how the Spirit helps us do this? Join the discussion on this important question.

COMMUNICATING YOUR PURPOSE: DEVELOPING A MISSION-MINDED CONGREGATION (L23) Dale Sellers Why are you “having church” this Sunday? Do you know? Does your congregation know? Knowing who you are and where you’re headed is the foundation of everything you do. Hear how to identify your church’s unique calling, why many churches struggle to cast vision, and how to grow a congregation that views every opportunity through a missional lens. COMPELLING COMMUNICATION (L11) Dick Alexander People don’t need “good sermons”—they need to be moved! What are the factors in transformational preaching?

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THE HOMILIST PODCAST: ENCOURAGE, EDUCATE, AND ENTERTAIN (M36/38) Jared Ellis “The Homilist” is a long-form conversation podcast designed to encourage, educate, and entertain those in the preaching ministry. We will explore the most inspiring and eye-opening moments from the podcast’s first year. For more on the podcast, visit thehomilist.com.

HOW TO USE YOUR RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS FOR KINGDOM IMPACT (IMC1) David Duncan New tax laws have changed some of the rules for IRAs—but these (and other retirement assets) can be excellent tools for helping you accomplish your desire to fund kingdom work.


WORKSHOP LOCATION KEY: (Building/Room) Chapel Auditorium (CHAPEL) Idleman Ministry Center (IMC)

IS IT TIME FOR YOUR CHURCH TO CONSIDER A REBRAND? (M25) Joe Williams Is your church stuck? Month after month, year after year, it’s the same old patterns that leave an uninspiring mark on your community. If you would like to infuse a new sense of mission in the life of your congregation—something they can rally behind that will also grab the attention of your community—it’s time to consider a rebrand. Hear about one church’s rebranding journey and gain helpful insights for your own. MADE FROM SCRATCH VBS EDITION: HOW TO CREATE AN ENGAGING, CREATIVE, AND UNIQUE VBS EXPERIENCE (M35/37) Ann Wolfe Boxed-up-and-ready-to-go packages might appeal to your time schedule, but an individualized curriculum can transform your VBS into something truly unique. Learn how to teach what will stick in the hearts and minds of kids in a memorable, creative environment!

Library (L)

Missions Building (M) Student Center (STU)

PREACHING IS STORYTELLING (M26) Taylor Brown The purpose of a sermon is not to communicate information, but many of us spend our weeks educating ourselves in order to educate others. Preaching is not teaching. In this workshop, we will discover practical ways to ensure every sermon tells a story—the story of the Gospel, the story of Scripture, and the story of God in our world. PREVENTING THE “B” WORD: KEEPING YOURSELF SPIRITUALLY HEALTHY IN MINISTRY (L13) Don Sanders Learn the causes that contribute to pastoral burnout and ministry turnover. This workshop will provide practical suggestions for spiritual self-care for those in ministry.

NEXT WORSHIP: THE CHURCH AS THE EPICENTER OF ART (M39) Isaac Schade, Jarrell Jackson Historically, the church has been the epicenter of the world’s best art. Come discuss how and why this has changed, the direction of art through the years, art’s purpose in the church, and how we can navigate the terrain to continually point to Jesus.

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WORKSHOP LEADERS DICK ALEXANDER

BOBBY HARRINGTON

Dick is an international consultant at Christian

Bobby is the point-leader of Renew.org and

Missionary Fellowship International (CMFI), and

Discipleship.org, founding and lead pastor

a leadership consultant at CDF Capital. Prior

of Harpeth Christian Church (Nashville, TN),

to serving at CMFI and CDF Capital, he was

author of more than ten books on discipleship,

lead pastor of LifeSpring Christian Church in

including Discipleshift, The Disciple Maker’s

Cincinnati, Ohio, for 29 years.

Handbook, and Becoming a Disciple Maker: The Pursuit of Level 5 Disciple Making.

CHARLIE ALLCOTT Charlie has nearly 40 years of banking and

ROWLIE HUTTON

finance experience as president/CEO or market

Rowlie was born and raised near the Canadian

president in private and regional banks. He has

border, on a farm in northern Montana. He

served on several boards, including his current

served in both large churches and “turnaround”

role as chairman of the elders at Generations

churches in Montana, North and South Dakota,

Christian Church in Trinity, Florida, and as a

and Nebraska. While preaching in Montana,

board member at Milligan College in Johnson

Rowlie served one session in the Montana State

City, Tennessee.

Senate.

TAYLOR BROWN

JARRELL JACKSON

Taylor is a speaker and writer specializing

After playing football at Missouri Southern

in creatively communicating the Gospel to

State University in Joplin, Jarrell heard a call

audiences of all ages. He did this as a youth

to ministry and now serves as the associate

pastor and preacher in Tennessee before serving

worship pastor at Hope City Church in Joplin.

for eight years as the director of programming for Christ in Youth’s junior high MIX conference.

DANIEL MCCOY

He is currently a contributing writer for CIY’s

Daniel, editorial director for Renew.org, is the

WRKR films, and also does corporate trainings

author of The Atheist’s Fatal Flaw with Norman

through Siblings Improv.

Geisler, and the editor of the forthcoming Harvest Handbook of World Religions.

MICHAEL DEFAZIO Michael serves as professor of New Testament

DOUG MILLER, Attorney at Law

and hermeneutics at OCC and as part of the

Doug is a licensed attorney in Missouri, Kansas,

teaching team at Christ’s Church of Oronogo.

Oklahoma, and Arkansas. As OCC’s General Counsel, Doug helps individuals understand

DAVID DUNCAN

wills, trusts, and estate planning.

Executive director and COO of CDF Capital Foundation, with nearly 30 years experience working

CHAD RAGSDALE

with churches and ministries. Former vice presi-

Chad serves as assistant academic dean at

dent of development at Ozark Christian College

OCC, and professor of apologetics and biblical

and principal owner of Duncan Consulting.

interpretation.

JARED ELLIS

DON SANDERS

Jared is the preaching minister at Fellowship

Don serves as the director of the Merold Insti-

Regional Church in Iola, Kansas, with a satellite

tute of Ministry in St. Charles, Missouri, as well

campus in Caney, Kansas. He is also the host of

as pastor of staff development at Harvester

a long-form interview podcast show called “The

Christian Church.

Homilist,” which explores the various aspects of preaching.

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AUSTIN SAVAGE From Normal, Illinois, Austin knows that ministry can sometimes feel anything but “normal.” He grew up leading in the small church his dad pastored, and has since served on the launch teams for two church plants. He is passionate about seeing churches grow healthier and make a difference in their communities.

PA N E L PA R T I C I PA N T S ROBIN BLAIR Aftercare director, Rapha International

ISAAC SCHADE Isaac serves at OCC as a Worship and Creative Arts professor, chapel minister, and the director of

AYRN CRAWFORD

Frontline.

Community outreach and development coordinator,

DALE SELLERS

Children’s Center of

Dale has been in ministry for almost 40 years

SWMO

and is dedicated to helping small and mid-size churches get healthy. In 2014, he launched Dale Sellers Leadership, Inc. to assist organizations in the areas of leadership, inspiration, and evangelism. He has had a wide variety of coaching and consulting experience.

DETECTIVE CHIP ROOT FBI child exploitation task force/ICAC

ROBIN SIGARS Robin serves as senior pastor of Carterville Chris-

MAGGIE SCHADE

tian Church in Carterville, Missouri. For 13 years, C3

RISE anti-trafficking

has been reaching its community with a strong

coalition coordinator

calling to Love God, Love Others, and Serve the World. C3 seeks to truthfully communicate the message of Jesus with strong preaching, spirit-filled worship, and service to its community. DOUG WELCH

KAROLYN SCHRAGE Executive director, LifeChoices

Doug serves as professor of New Testament and doctrine at OCC. Doug also serves on the worship team at College Heights Christian Church in Joplin. JOE WILLIAMS Joe is the lead pastor at New Life Christian Church in Bella Vista, Arkansas. ANN WOLFE Ann is the children’s minister at College Heights Christian Church in Joplin. Teaching kids about Jesus is one of her greatest joys, and she is grateful for the opportunity to do so in creative environments with fantastic team members.

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JOIN THE CDF Ad MOVEMENT As one body we serve Christ. Some on the mission field, others pastoring a flock, and still others in prayer and generosity. Without your prayers and generosity, many missionaries and pastors like Don and Vikki Hunt and so many others would be without support in great times of need.

trans·for·ma·tion

We thank you for your generosity and petition you to join us again in the new year. noun: transformation

transformation

a thorough or dramatic change in form or appearance The purpose of the Church for over 2000 years has been to spread the gospel: peace, love, hope, salvation and transformation. It is our belief that every church needs to be properly resourced with the financial, leadership, and spiritual capital necessary to fulfill God’s purpose in their community.

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For 65 years, our story is built upon your story—the transformation God is working in your church and in the lives of those you serve.

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Join us!

PREACHING-TEACHING FEBRUARY 22-24, 2021

Join us next year as we explore what is Still TRUE.

Bob Russell

Julie Gariss

Randy Gariss

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Shane J. Wood

Jason Poznich

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UPCOMING EVENTS: April 3-4

May 26-29

June 14-19

June-July

WOMEN’S EVENT

BRANSON CONFERENCE

CREATIVE ARTS ACADEMY

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2020 Preaching-Teaching Convention  

The full schedule and details of the 2020 Preaching-Teaching Convention at Ozark Christian College. occ.edu/pt

2020 Preaching-Teaching Convention  

The full schedule and details of the 2020 Preaching-Teaching Convention at Ozark Christian College. occ.edu/pt