Latest Preaching Schedule

In all probability, any Sunday not listed here is available. My cell phone is 504/615-2190. My email is

(NOTE: Unless the Lord leads otherwise, I prefer not to do two revivals back to back and not more than two revivals in a single month.)

THE YEAR 2012 —

July 16-20, 2012 — Children’s Camp for the Muskogee, Oklahoma, Baptist Assn. Bill Sherrill, DOM. Speaking at the camp, drawing hundreds of children that week. Being grandpa to hundreds of children! (I do that so well.)


July 28 (Saturday) — drawing at a block party for Old Zion Hill Baptist Church, near Hammond, LA. Joe Wiggins,Pastor. (officially 2 – 4 pm)

July 29 (Sunday) Preaching for First Baptist Belle Chasse, LA

August 5-8 (Sunday thru Wednesday) — revival, East Fork Baptist Church, Kentwood, LA. Mike Shumock, pastor.

August 10 (Friday) 9 am NOBTS adjunct faculty orientation.

August 12 (Sunday morning) 11 am preach at First Baptist Church, Springfield, LA. (the church is pastorless)

August 26-29 (Sunday thru Wednesday) — revival — First Southern Baptist Church, Beardstown, Illinois. Brian Kenney, pastor.

September 1 (Saturday) teaching at NOBTS from 12:30 to 3:20 pm. “Interpersonal Relationship Skills for the Ministry.” CLASS NO. 1.

September 8-12, 2012 — Auburn, Kentucky. Pastor Rusty Thomaston. On Saturday, we’ll have a community event, and then Sunday-Wednesday be in revival.

September 16 (Sunday morning) 11 am preach at Springfield LA First Baptist Church. (The church is pastorless)

September 21-26, 2012 — Revival — First Baptist Church, Durant, MS. Bobby Hood, Pastor. Saturday night banquet, followed by revival Sunday-Wednesday, night and morning services.

September 28 — Friday night — the annual GLOBAL FEST fundraiser for Global Maritime Ministries here in New Orleans. At First Baptist Church-N.O. I’ll be drawing (for donations to GMM) all evening long.

September 29 (Saturday) Teaching at NOBTS from 12:30 to 3:20 pm. “Interpersonal Relationship Skills for the Ministry” CLASS NO. 2

September 30 (Sunday) Preach at Bedico Baptist Church for Pastor Mark Tolbert.

October 7-10 (Sunday through Wednesday) Revival at Oakridge Baptist Church,St Peters, Missouri. Steve Davenport, Pastor.

October 13 – Saturday night, Global Maritime Ministries is having a fundraiser in Shreveport (Calvary Baptist Church is hosting.). I will be drawing all evening for donations to GMM.

October 14 – Sunday, preaching for Barksdale Baptist Church, Bossier City, LA. Pastor Calvin Hubbard. (details later)

October 27 (Saturday) Teaching at NOBTS from 12:30 to 3:20 pm. “Interpersonal Relationship Skills for the Ministry.” CLASS NO. 3

November 4-7, 2012 (Sunday-Wednesday) Revival at Trenton (KY) Baptist Church. Dean Anderson, Pastor.

November 24-25, 2012 — Mt Olive Baptist Church, Knoxville, TN. Dr Deron Cobb, pastor. Speaking to churchleadership on Saturday night, preaching Sunday morning service, and then doing the Sunday night “Thanksgiving” service at The Foundry, a fascinating eatery in Knoxville. (second time with this church)

December 1 (Saturday) Teaching at NOBTS from 12:30 to 3:20 pm. “Interpersonal Relationship Skills for the Ministry.” CLASS NO. 4


March 9-13, 2013 — Faith Baptist Church of Lake Placid, Florida. Bill Cole, pastor. We’ll do a kickoff banquet on Saturday night, followed by revival Sunday through Wednesday.

April 24-28, 2013 — The NASBS (National Assn of Southern Baptist Secretaries) has its biennial meeting these days at Ridgecrest Conference Center outside Asheville, NC. I’ll be leading 3 workshops (on cartooning, prayer-walking, and benevolence) while trying to sketch as many of the several hundred “ministry assistants” as possible. One of my favorite groups in the whole world.

May 2, we think — a pastors/wives banquet for the North Shores Baptist Associations, in the Hammond, LA area. Dr Lonnie Wascom, DOM.

June 10-12, 2013 — The Southern Baptist Convention meets in Houston, TX.

And that’s where we are at the moment!

Thanks for your prayers! Click my name on the home page of the website in order to get contact and bio information.

11 thoughts on “Latest Preaching Schedule

  1. Dear pastor,

    I have been reading Broken Heart Ministries messages. I feel so blessed.

    How can you become a blessing to my church by coming over and sharing to the congregation this insiring messages.

    My church is in Africa, Kenya, in Nairobi City.

    My Tel. 254-733-349327

    Blessings and love.

    Pastor Eliud & Anne Soi

  2. Doctor…perhaps we need to start a little fund raising and send you over there for a few days. Why is this request so late in being posted?

  3. Doctor…perhaps we need to start a little fund raising and send you over there for a few days. Why is this request so late in being posted?

  4. Joe,

    I wanted to take a second to let you know how you touched my life. You saw me and my daughter Macie at the continental breakfast at the Holiday Inn Express in Fayetteville, Ga. We were staying there and are still staying there due to our home catching fire on New Year

  5. This does not at all look like a scheduled of a person who has retired. you just aren’t going into an office every day. Keep making disciples.

  6. Dear Dr. McKeever,

    May God in His infinite wisdom and understanding, bless you, your family and ministry with His untold generosity. May the wisdom that was granted to you by Him be imparted to all the readers of your blessed forum. I stumbled across your website with the idea of “Moderation” in mind. As of yet, I haven’t read your numerous articles related to this subject. I have every intention to fully immerse myself in your teachings. If you have any additional information for me and my quest for “Divine Moderation” I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. In the meanwhile, I ask Jesus to bless your ministry with His peace. Brother Paul Crass, Cumberland, Maryland

  7. Sir, I enjoyed your thoughts on eating too much. We should also be careful to consume the better choices of food and drink. I have heard hundreds of sermons, and I can’t remember even one time hearing one on over eating or poor eating. Since it involves the body, I think we shy toward the more spiritual areas; plus we are shy about dealing will being over-weight and having health problems. A few years ago, I found a great book on the subject: Maximum Energy, by Christian Doctor, Ted Broer. Since reading it, I have ordered 12 copies for friends, and urged many more to order it. Any person whether over-weight or not, would profit from the book if they would follow its advice. Would you please consider checking it out and passing the info along to others? I get no profit from its sale, except the joy of helping others. Our bodies are the temple of God, so I believe we should take care of them, and in doing so, we could live longer, more active lives. We all know people who lived 80 years or so, but the last 10 or 15 of those years, they were inactive because of poor health, many times caused or made worse by poor diet. Think what a difference it could make to the cause of Christ, if those people just changed half of their inactive years into active service. If you do a Google search on the book title: Maximum Energy, you will find it used at Amazon for as little as 1 cent plus $3.99 shipping. All the copies I have ordered were like-new. Ted Broer also had a website with much good reading on it. Thanks again.

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