Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Missed the GPTS Spring Conference?

Video and Audio Recordings Available


The 2014 Spring Theology Conference on "God's Works of Providence" held March 10-13 is over, many rating it one of the best ever. If you were not able to attend this outstanding conference, you may still be edified and blessed its messages.

DVD Set $69.95
Audio recordings of all conference sessions are now available for free listening at the seminary's SermonAudio channel. Listen to the sessions by clicking here. You can also access these audio files — and all former GPTS conferences — from the seminary's web site by clicking here.

If you would like to own audio CDs of the conference for your personal or church library, they may be ordered from the GPTS web site Gift Shop. Go here. Price, including shipping, is $60 for full audio CDs or $30 for MP3 CDs.

If you wish to order DVD video recordings of the entire conference for personal use or for a study group or church, the full conference is available for order from the seminary's web site Gift Shop. Go here. The entire set of DVD's is $69.95, including shipping.

Mobile App
You can also listen to the sessions from your mobile device if you have the GPTS Mobile App. Get the APP here if you do not have this service installed on your Apple or Android device. If you do, click on the Media menu option at the bottom of the screen, then on the Special Lectures tab. Also available on GPTS Mobile are video recordings of the Tuesday and Wednesday evening lectures, "The Definition and Beauty of Providence," by Dr. Joel Beeke, and "Providence or Fatalism?" by Dr. Joseph A. Pipa, Jr.

Conference related interviews with some of our speakers are available at the GPTS podcast "Confessing our Hope" web site.

Finally, if you missed being at the conference, you missed some outstanding congregational singing. Here's a sample. No, that's not a trained choir; it's just God's people joining in joyful chorus. Here's another.

Join the throng next year when our Spring Conference Theme will be "The Law God in a Lawless Age." Save the dates: March 10-12, 2015.