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What Others Are Saying . . .
“We want and need to be encouraged in ministry by those who understand our situations, have experienced our challenges, and share our joys. RHMA offers just such encouragement and training for small town and rural church leaders. The conference serves as a great opportunity to develop regular relationships with pastoral leaders in similar settings, and to receive training targeted for the special needs, concerns, and opportunities of churches that are the backbone of North American Christianity.”
Bryan Chapell Stated Clerk, Presbyterian Church in America (PCA); former small-town pastor; longtime president of Covenant Theological Seminary; author, including “Christ-Centered Preaching” and “Christ-Centered Worship”
“My experience is that there is nothing like RHMA’s Small-Town Pastors’ Conference. It’s rare indeed to have such focus, purpose, fellowship, and encouragement.”
Kent Hughes Senior Pastor Emeritus, College Church, Wheaton, Illinois; conference speaker; member, RHMA’s Board of Reference; author, including “Liberating Ministry from the Success Syndrome”
Looking ahead . . .
Lord willing (and coronavirus abating), we are on schedule for our Lancaster, Pennsylvania, conference September 30 — October 2!
Click here for the list of seminars and leaders.
Click here to view the full brochure.
Click here to register online.
We regret to announce that we’ve had to cancel the September 11 (Taylor University) seminar.
However, the October 16 date is still on . . . we encourage you to spread the word to your ministry friends within driving distance of Cedarville!
Click here to register for the Cedarville Seminar
Looking back . . .
In lieu of the canceled April conference, we put together (with the help of past conference speakers) eight weeks of encouragement for small-town pastoral couples. They can be accessed by clicking on the pictures below.
“If you’re a pastor in a small town or pastor in a small church and feel like no one really understands what’s going on in your life, this conference is for you. The atmosphere is warm and contagious. The teaching is quality! The people are authentic and God greatly strengthened my heart when I was there. I highly recommend the RHMA conference.”
Chip Ingram President and radio teacher, Living on the Edge; member, RHMA’s Board of Reference
⇒ Click here for information and recordings of other past conferences.
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Warren Wiersbe was the keynote speaker for our 1998 Small-Town Pastors’ Conference. Here are his five plenary messages on Rediscovering the Church . . .