Reconciliation is an increasingly significant topic for pastors. In our country, racial tensions are high and ethnic diversity is increasing. How can preaching be a means of reconciliation? How can pastors lead their churches in gospel-centered obedience? How are we to think about race and racial problems in a biblically, theologically informed way? This event will help bring these questions to bear.


Jarvis Williams

Jarvis Williams

Dr. Jarvis Williams is associate professor of New Testament Interpretation at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Jarvis is the author of One New Man: The Cross and Racial Reconciliation in Pauline Theology (Broadman and Holman Academic Press, 2010). He is also currently writing a book on ethno-racial identity in the Bible (Crossway Books).

Juan Sanchez

Juan Sanchez

Juan Sanchez is the preaching pastor of High Pointe Baptist Church, a multi-ethnic congregation in Austin, Texas. Juan is also a council member for The Gospel Coalition and trains pastors in Latin America and Eastern Europe.

Dan Hyun

Dan Hyun

Dan Hyun is the lead and founding pastor of The Village Church in Baltimore. Dan is passionate for God’s work in the city serving with urban churches in Philadelphia and Baltimore. In 2008 he led a team to start The Village Church with the hopes of expressing a multi-cultural expression of the Kingdom of God.

Curtis Woods

Curtis Woods

Curtis Woods serves with the Kentucky Baptist Convention as the Associate Executive Director for Convention Relations. Curtis has been an active leader among Kentucky Baptists in raising up pastors to guide churches toward reconciliation. He is also a Ph.D. candidate in Biblical Spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.


Monday, October 26

1 p.m. General Session I: Jarvis Williams
2 p.m. General Session II: Curtis Woods
3 p.m. General Session III: Dan Hyun
4 p.m. General Session IV: Juan Sanchez
6 p.m. Dinner
7 p.m. General Session V: Panel Discussion


Pre-Conference Rates

Attending the pre-conference and main conference $40
Attending the pre-conference without the main conference $50

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These rates only include the Expositors Summit Pre-Conference. Information about the main conference is available here.

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Dinner is included in the fee for the conference. Special dietary needs will be accommodated upon arrival.


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There are no discounted rates available for the conference. Registration cannot be processed without payment.

Refunds for cancellations will be available for credit card transactions only. Refunds, less a $15.00 processing fee per registrant, will be granted for cancellations received in writing by October 1, 2015. Refunds cannot be granted for any reason after October 1.

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The Kentucky Baptist Convention


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