Fall Preaching Convocation & Workshop

Fall Preaching Convocation & Workshop

Profiles in Preaching Tuesday, September 20th, 2016
$30 per person (includes lunch). Students may register for free.
Featuring guest Dr. Eugene Lowry
Professor of Preaching Emeritus, St. Paul School of Theology

Dr. Eugene L. Lowry served as Professor of Preaching for over 30 years at Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, MO. Now he continues to travel as a preacher, teacher and pianist. Ordained a United Methodist minister, Dr. Lowry’s academic preparation included four degrees, culminating with a doctorate in the philosophy of education from the University of Kansas.

Lowry has been Senior Scholar in Residence at Drew University Theological School and a guest professor at Princeton Theological Seminary. He delivered the Lyman Beecher Lectures on Preaching at Yale Divinity School and has been featured in the Great Preachers series on the Odyssey Channel. Through the years he has preached in hundreds of churches, conferences and regional events in over 20 denominations as well as lecturing in over 50 graduate theological seminaries.

His writings include seven books on narrative preaching and dozens of articles and book chapters on preaching, worship, Biblical study, educational philosophy and creativity. His latest book on preaching is The Homiletical Beat: Why All Sermons Are Narrative.

Schedule of Events
11am Truett's Community Gathering for Worship
12pm Q&A Dialog Luncheon
1:30pm Session 1
3pm Session 2
About The Fall Preaching Convocation and Workshop is presented by the Kyle Lake Center for Effective Preaching at Truett Seminary. The event is dedicated to expanding the preaching skills of pastors by featuring some of the leading voices in homiletical theory and practice.
Previous lecture presenters include:
  • Craig Barnes (2012)
  • Joel Gregory (2011)
  • William Willimon (2010)
  • Haddon Robinson (2009)
  • Thomas G. Long (2008)
Media Library Watch or listen to past Preaching Convocations.