“I Will Build My Church”

Where is your Theology taking you?

In the wake of COVID-19 lockdowns, travel restrictions, global economic & cultural turmoil, and increasing hostility toward Christianity, it might be easy for the average Christian to take a defensive posture and forget that the church of Jesus Christ has been given a great commission to go into all the world and make disciples of all nations. We must ask ourselves, where is our theology taking us?

Our Savior, now ruling in the midst of his enemies, said: “I will build my church, and the gates of hell will not prevail against it” and “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.” Therefore, true churches of Jesus Christ should at all times devote themselves to the cause of advancing his kingdom through missions and church planting.

But how should these things be done? We stand amidst the wreckage of a century full of the spread of evangelical pragmatism and false doctrines which were often championed by armies of churchless pioneer missionaries and parachurch organizations. As Reformed Baptists, we desire to return to simple obedience to Jesus Christ in the Word of God. Christians must seek to accomplish the great commission in the way that he commanded. Local churches must lead the way. This primarily involves preparing and sending out elder-qualified men possessing a solid grasp of sound doctrine to plant and strengthen churches at home and abroad. Churches must ensure that any men sent possess a faith and practice worthy of exporting.

Join us in Louisville, KY as we hear from trusted teachers seeking to encourage us both to think biblically about the practice of missions and church planting and to commit ourselves afresh to these vital responsibilities given to us by our Lord Jesus Christ.


Paul Washer

Founder, HeartCry Missionary Society
Tom Nettles
Retired Professor, Historical Theology
John Miller
Pastor, Grace Baptist Church Carlisle, PA
Sam Waldron
President, Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary


Adult Registration

Early Registration (ends 12/25/21) ……………………. $75

General Registration (ends 1/31/22) ………………….. $90

Late Registration (2/1/22 and after) …………………. $105

 *CBTS Students and Church Partners receive a 10% discount


Youth Registration

Ages 11-17 ………………………………… $25

Ages 10 and under …………………… Free


Immanuel Baptist Church
850 S. 4th St.
Louisville, Kentucky

Immanuel Baptist Church

850 S. 4th St.
Louisville, Kentucky


*Conference times are EST

March 17

2:00 – Registration/Vendor Hall Opens
3:30 – Welcome & Session 1
4:30 – Session 2
5:45 – Dinner Break
7:45 – Session 3

March 18

9:00 – Session 4
10:00 – Session 5
11:00 – Break
11:30 – Session 6
12:30 – Lunch Break
2:30 – Panel Discussion
4:00 – Session 7
5:30 – Dinner Break
8:00 – Session 8

March 19

9:00 – Session 9
10:00 – Break
10:30 – Session 10
12:00 – Depart

Meal Plan

Lunch and Dinner plans for Friday 3/18 are available for purchase with your ticket

Friday 3/18 Lunch – Chic-Fil-A Sandwich w/ chips and cookie ($10)
Friday 3/18 Dinner – CBTS Ministry Update Dinner TBD ($20)

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Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Downtown

Conference Rate: $159/night

350 West Chestnut Street
Louisville, Kentucky 40202


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