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9Marks 2015

9Marks at Southeastern

9Marks at Southeastern 2014

Last year's theme was Evangelism. Below are links to videos from each of the plenary sessions.

Session 1 – Jonathan Leeman
Session 1 Panel
Session 2 – Mark Dever
Session 2 Panel
Session 3 – Alistair Begg
Session 4 – Ligon Duncan
Session 4 Panel
Session 5 – Thabiti Anyabwile
Session 5 Panel
Session 6 – Danny Akin

Visit the 9Marks at Southeastern website for more information.

The more the culture turns against Christianity, the more crucial it becomes for churches to figure out where they stand. Church discipline clarifies who the church is, brightens the line between life and death, grows the church in health, and protects the name of Christ. Without discipline, a church will wither. With discipline, it will bear the peaceful fruit of righteousness. How then do we discipline with wisdom and love? 

What is it?

  • In the broadest sense, church discipline is everything the church does to help its members pursue holiness and fight sin. Preaching, teaching, prayer, corporate worship, accountability relationships, and godly oversight by pastors and elders are all forms of discipline.
  • In a narrower sense, church discipline is the act of correcting sin in the life of the body, including the possible final step of excluding a professing Christian from membership in the church and participation in the Lord’s Supper because of serious unrepentant sin (see Matt. 18:15-20, 1 Cor. 5:1-13).

Where is it in the Bible?

  • The New Testament commands corrective discipline (excluding unrepentant sinners from the fellowship of the church) in passages like Matthew 18:15-17, 1 Corinthians 5:1-13, 2 Corinthians 2:6, and 2 Thessalonians 3:6-15.
  • The New Testament speaks about formative discipline (our efforts to grow in holiness together) in countless passages about pursuing holiness and building one another up in the faith, such as Ephesians 4:11-32 and Philippians 2:1-18.


Why is it important?

  • Think of discipline as the stake that helps the tree grow upright, the extra set of wheels on the bicycle, or the musician’s endless hours of practice. Without discipline, we won’t grow as God wants us to. With discipline, we will, by God’s grace, bear peaceful fruit of righteousness (Heb. 12:5-11).

Join us at 9Marks @ Southeastern on September 25-26, 2015. #9MarksSE

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Eventbrite - 9Marks at Southeastern: Church Discipline

Schedule

Friday
8:00-10:00 AM Registration
10:00-11:30 AM Session 1
11:30- 12:00 PM   Panel Discussion
12:00-2:00 PM Lunch Break- Food Trucks
2:00-3:30 PM Session 2
3:30-4:00 PM Break
4:00-5:30 PM Session 3
5:30-7:30 PM Dinner Break
7:30-8:45 PM Session 4
8:45-9:30 PM Panel Discussion
Saturday 
7:30-8:30 PM EQUIP Breakfast (register separate)
9:00-10:00 AM Session 5
10:15- 11:15 AM Panel Discussion
11:15-12:30 PM Session 6

























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Pricing

Group Registration: $35/person

Student (now – May 31): $35
General (now – May 31): $45

Student (June 1 – Aug 31): $45
General (June 1 – Aug 31): $55

Student (Sept 1 –At the door): $50
General (Sept 1 – At the door): $65

9Marks Class @ SEBTS: $35

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