Sometimes friends email to ask, “Where will you be preaching? Maybe it will be in my area so I can come.”
Being a director of missions means I work for and with all the Baptist churches in our association, which in this case includes the 5 parishes that make up Greater New Orleans. Many Sundays I’m not preaching at all, and at those times I enjoy dropping in on a church and worshiping with them.
This Sunday, January 20, I’ll be teaching “Paul’s Epistle to the Romans” at Rocky Creek Baptist Church near Lucedale, Mississippi, where Greg Harper is pastor. The schedule calls for four sessions on Sunday–10 am, 11 am, 5 pm, and 6 pm. Then we’ll continue Monday night at 6:30 and Wednesday night at 6:30.
In between, on Tuesday night, I’ll be speaking at the annual men’s banquet for the Baptist churches of George and Greene Counties, which will also be held at Rocky Creek Church.
Saturday morning, January 26, I’ll do another two-hour preview of Romans for our local pastors. We’ll meet in the conference room of FBC-Kenner from 8 am to 10 am. Anyone is invited of course, particularly pastors from anywhere.
Friday night, February 1, and Saturday morning, February 2, I’ll be one of the conference leaders at a prayer conference for the Gulf Coast Baptist Association in Gulfport, Mississippi. This will be held at Michael Memorial Baptist Church.
Sunday, February 3, I’ll be teaching Romans all day at Riverside Baptist Church in Mobile.
Friday night, February 8, and Saturday morning, February 9, I’ll teach Romans at Oak Park Baptist Church here in New Orleans.
Then, the week of March 24-26, I’ll be doing a senior adult revival at Carrollton Baptist Church in Carrollton, Alabama. We’ll meet in the mornings only, the kind of schedule senior adults prefer. Sunday night, the 23rd, I’ll preach in a church in Gordo, Alabama.
If you need more information as to location or schedule, the easiest thing is to contact the appropriate church. You can also email me here (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call me (504-615-0149).