Friday and Saturday
April 27-28, 2007

R. C. Ryan Center for Biblical Studies
Union University
Jackson, Tennessee

Brian Denker
R. C. Ryan Center for Biblical Studies
Union University
1050 Union University Drive
Jackson, TN 38305

“As a bi-vocational pastor it is especially important to keep the saw sharpened. The Ryan Center for Biblical Studies Conference gave me exposure to methods of bible study and material from leading theological scholars. The insights were fresh and the fellowship was special. Attending last year's conference led me to enroll in Union University’s Master of Christian Studies Program which has benefited my ministry work tremendously. So whether you are looking for something to help develop your knowledge base or if you need a time of spiritual renewal I am sure you will find something that will appeal to you at the Ryan Center for Biblical Studies Conference.”

Pastor Kim Ratliff
Saint Mark Baptist Church
Corinth, Mississippi

Do you or those in your church struggle with seeing how the Old Testament applies to life today? Commonly Christians find themselves frustrated in the effort to see how the Old Testament connects to the New Testament, to understand how it points to Christ, and even to know what it means for everyday living. What does salvation by grace look like in the Old Testament? How do we apply the Old Testament as Christians today? How do the Old and New Testaments fit together? How does the Old Testament point to Christ? These questions and more will be addressed at the Ryan Center’s third bi-annual conference “One Bible, One Gospel: Exploring the Unity of Scripture.”

We are blessed to have an amazing group of Bible teachers with us this year. It will be an excellent opportunity for training pastors, Sunday school teachers, Bible study leaders and anyone who wants to read the Bible well. Our desire is to provide tools that might enhance the reading and studying of the Bible in the churches that we might know more of its life-giving power and see a renewal among us.

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Registration Deadline:
April 19, 2007 (extended)

$45 (includes all sessions and 3 meals); groups of 10 or more qualify for group rate of $35.
Early Registration Discount: Register by March 29 (by mail or online) and the rate is $40.

The conference, in Jackson, Tennessee, is located approximately one hour from Memphis and two hours from Nashville. A block of rooms has been reserved at Double Tree Hotel, 1770 Hwy 45 By-Pass, at a special conference rate of $65/night. Please call the Garden Plaza at 731.664.6900 to make your particular arrangements by March 29. Mention your participation in the Ryan Center meeting to receive your special conference rate.