Online Teaching Conference (Passover) - Apr 2019


Recorded Streams

You can visit the Streaming Center page to view the Recorded Streams for the conference


Speakers / Schedule

Currently we don't have a hard set schedule, and we are still working out the specifics. The conference will be Saturday and Sunday (April 20-21, 2019). We are planning on starting around 1pm Central time, and ending around 5pm Central time, although it could go later than this, and we are planning on keeping it very free-form.

Please check back to this page over the next few days, as we will have more updated information in that time. The current schedule is below:

-- Saturday (April 20th) --
• 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM -- Carl Armstrong
• 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM -- Mark Eaton
• 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM -- Mark Eaton
• 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM -- Dinner Break
• 7:00 PM - ?? -- Full Panel Discussion

-- Sunday (April 21st) --
• 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM -- Chris Reed
• 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM -- Robbie Yeats
• 4:30 -- Closing words from Stephen


Ron Oja was unable to attend our on line livestream conference this past weekend. However, he would like us to share a link with all of you on a recent blog post he did which was posted on James Bruggeman's site at Stone Kingdom Ministries. Here is the link to that blog. He has penned a few writings over the years and if you do a search on James' site you will find the other blog posts there. Here is the link for that search:

About The Conference

This past week we have been arranging speakers for an online Passover conference that will be livestreamed from my home office. The speakers will link up to us from their own locations.

Speakers who have agreed to join us: Mark Eaton, Chris Reed, Robbie Yeats, Ron Oja (canceled). We may have one other speaker as well: Carl Armstrong, a chemical engineer, retired, who worked for many years at NASA in Houston. Some of you know him and have seen his interesting Bible studies. I have known him since about 1982.

Of course, I will do the moderating, interviewing, or whatever is appropriate. None of this is heavily scripted, so one never knows what will happen. But the advantage of the livestream is that you can write in your questions or comments as we go and interact with us in real time. We will moderate the chatroom as we have done in past conferences.

Our current plan is to do this next Saturday and Sunday afternoons (approximately 1 pm to about 5 pm with breaks between sessions, and possibly beyond 5pm). We may also do a final panel discussion Sunday evening.

This will give us our first experience in doing a full-blown online conference. There are always "bugs" to be worked out, and we may find that we need other equipment to enhance it. I don't think there will ever be a shortage of speakers, as we know a lot of people who have interesting and important things to share. I am hoping eventually to do livestream interviews about once a month--not conferences per se, but perhaps an hour or two one afternoon a month.

I wanted to let you know this much ahead of time so that you can schedule us in for the week end.


If you would like to make a contribution to help with the conference costs, you can make a donation using the donate button to the right. Using this button will let us know that you would like your donation to specifically go to the conference costs as opposed to the normal GKM donation channel.

All donations made through this link will be evenly divided up between all speakers in order that they may be a blessed for sharing their time and gift with us all. Doing it this way allows us to make sure your desire to bless the speakers is fullfilled.

All donations go to God's Kingdom Ministries, and are tax deductible as always. As always we thank you for your support and always want to remind you that your donations make you very much a part of this work.

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