Jerry Marcellino to Speak at World Missional Conference

RTS Jackson is pleased to announce that Rev. Jerry Marcellino will be the keynote speaker for the 2013 World Missional Conference on September 10-11.


Schedule:

Tuesday, September 10
12:10-12:55pm Free Pizza Christ’s Reception of All Nations (Psalm 2)

Wednesday, September 11
11:00-11:55am Chapel Christ’s Reign Over All Nations (Psalm 110)
12:10-12:55pm Free Lunch Christ’s Riches for All Nations (Psalm 67)

Visitors are welcome.  For more information contact the Admissions office at 601.923.1672 or admissions.jackson@rts.edu.  Come join us!

Jerry Marcellino has been a full-time pastor since 1988 and has been the pastor of Audubon Drive Bible Church in Laurel, Mississippi, since 1993 (www.audubonchurch.org). He and his wife of 30 years, Dawn, are the blessed parents of seven children. He is a graduate of the University of Hawaii - 1980 (B.A. in Communication) and Capital Bible Seminary in Lanham, Maryland - 1988 (M.Div.). Jerry is the author of Rediscovering Family Worship (Shepherd Press); and the “Heart for Israel” Booklet Trilogy: Should Christians Have a Heart for Israel? A Biblical Perspective; Should the Church Have a Heart for Israel? A Historical Perspective; and Should the Nations Have a Heart for Israel? An Eternal Perspective (Galilee of the Nations Music/Heart for Israel Ministries). And has contributed chapters to the following books: Reforming Pastoral Ministry: The Christian Ministry in Post Modern Times (Crossway Books) and A Foundation for Life: A Study of Key Doctrines and Their Application (Joshua Press).
 
He has contributed articles to the following publications: Reformation Today (UK), Reformation Africa South, Table Talk, Pulpit Helps, The Toronto Baptist Seminary - Gospel Witness and The Journal of Modern Ministry; and writes a weekly column for The Laurel Leader-Call (Laurel, MS). Jerry is a frequent speaker at Church Leadership, Family, Youth, and Christian School conferences throughout the United States and the World (Brazil, Canada, Chile, England, France, Israel, Italy, Mexico, The Philippines, South Africa, St. Lucia, and Trinidad & Tobago). He has served on the Board of Coram Deo Ministries of Montova, Italy since 2006. He is a co-founder of The Fellowship of Independent Reformed Evangelicals (www.firefellowship.org). And has served for the past seventeen years on the Laurel Christian School Board and is a part-time faculty member (teaching 11th grade “Biblical Worldview & Ethics)."

 
Stephanie Hathorn

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