Traditional Reformed Baptist- 1689 Confessional Church

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REFORMATION SOLI DEO GLORIA CONFERENCE

November 4-5

Augusta,Ga

Augusta Marriott at the Convention Center

2 Tenth Street,Augusta, USA, Georgia 30901


Two day conference with regional speakers discussing the Reformation and the importance of it to the church and to God’s people.


Key Note Speakers

Regional Speakers

Paul Tripp, Andrew Collinsworth, James Lynch, BJ Newman, William Johnson, Bernard Harper, Camryn Gillian, Matt Brock, Steven Smith

Reformed preaching and hearing of God’s word and worshiping as the body of Christ.

November 4-5, 2022


Places to eat while in town

Hotels to stay

This one sentence, “The just shall live by his faith,” produced the Reformation. Out of this one line, as from the opening of one of the Apocalyptic seals, came forth all that sounding of gospel trumpets, and all that singing of gospel songs, which made in the world a sound like the noise of many waters. This one seed, forgotten and hidden away in the dark medieval times, was brought forth, dropped into the human heart, made by the Spirit of God to grow, and in the end to produce great results.

Charles H. Spurgeon

“In short, I will preach it, teach it, write it, but I will constrain no one by force, for faith must come freely without compulsion. Take myself as an example. I opposed indulgences and all the papists, but never with force. I simply taught, preached and wrote God’s Word; otherwise I did nothing. And while I slept, or drank Wittenberg beer with my friends Philipp and Amsdorf, the Word … did everything.”

Martin Luther (1483-1546)

“The Reformation is a much broader event than that singular day. To be sure, the Reformation began on that day. The Reformation, however, spanned two centuries and encompassed a cast of characters from a variety of nations. Luther may very well be at the center of the Reformation, but he does not stand alone.”

—Stephen J. Nichols, author, The Reformation

“It is impossible to understand modern history apart from the Reformation. We cannot understand the history of Europe, England or America without studying the Reformation. For example, in America there would never have been Pilgrim Fathers if there had not first been a Protestant Reformation.”

—Jack Arnold, church history professor, IIIM Magazine

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