HOME > NEWSROOM > ARTICLES > Dr. John MacArthur to Present 'Strange Fire' Conference, Book

Dr. John MacArthur to Present 'Strange Fire' Conference, Book

Strange Fire ConferenceDr. John MacArthur's Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, CA, will host a conference next week that will set forth what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit.

It is Dr. MacArthur's hope that participants of the Grace to You-sponsored Strange Fire conference will be "uplifted and encouraged," and that they'll grow in understanding of the Spirit of God through His written Word.

Speakers at the October 16-18 conference include, among others, Dr. R.C. Sproul, Founder and Chairman of Ligonier Ministries in Orlando, FL; Conrad Mbewe, Pastor of Kabwata Baptist Church in Lusaka, Zambia; Dr. Steven J. Lawson, Senior Pastor of Christ Fellowship Baptist Church in Mobile, AL; Tom Pennington, Pastor-Teacher of Countryside Bible Church in Southlake, TX; and Joni Eareckson Tada, Founder and CEO of Joni and Friends.

While seats to the conference have been sold out, interested individuals are invited to participate in the conference via a free, live Internet video stream. The stream will be available at tmstrangefire.org and at gty.org/LiveStream, Wednesday through Friday, October 16–18.

The conference will begin with the first session at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 16. The last session begins at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 18.

Following the Strange Fire conference, Dr. MacArthur will release a book bearing the same name. Strange Fire: The Danger of Offending the Holy Spirit with Counterfeit Worship is scheduled to hit book shelves on November 12. The 352-page book is being published by Thomas Nelson.

 

Published: October 10, 2013

Latest News

NRB President to Speak on Free Speech, Marriage at Values Voter Summit 2014

Dr. Jerry A. Johnson, President & CEO of NRB, will lead a powerful dialogue about recent attacks to our freedoms of religion and speech during this weekend’s Values Voter Summit in Washington, DC.

Worldwide Prayer Vigil for Imprisoned Pastor Saeed Abedini on Friday, Sept. 26

Naghmeh Abedini, whose husband has been imprisoned for his faith in Iran for nearly two years, is inviting Christians around the world to band together on Friday September 26 - the two-year anniversary of Pastor Saeed Abedini’s sentencing to an Iranian prison.

NRB Chairman Bill Blount Speaks at BJU Media Forum

NRB Chairman of the Board Bill Blount was the distinguished speaker last week for the Media Forum of Bob Jones University's Department of Journalism and Mass Communication.

In Memoriam: R. B. ‘Jack’ Turney, Founder and Chairman of Spoken Word of God Ministries

R. B. "Jack" Turney, Founder of Spoken Word of God Ministries, went home to be with the Lord on September 15 at the age of 91.

NRB Cautions Against House ENDA Petition

Many House Democrats this week made a procedural move that, if successful, would threaten religious liberty.

Samaritan’s Purse Doctor Testifies on Ebola

President Barack Obama and Members of the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee heard directly from a Samaritan’s Purse doctor who had...

NRB Hosts Roundtable on ‘The Internet Highway and the Rules of the Road’

Last week, NRB’s John Milton Project for Free Speech and The Heritage Foundation co-hosted a roundtable discussion on the future of Internet regulation, the FCC’s “net neutrality” proposal, and the dynamics of innovation/free market and citizen free speech on the Web.

FCC Chairman Testifies Before House Panel

Activities at the FCC, including the net neutrality proceeding and FCC process reform, were topics of interest at committee hearings across Capitol Hill this week.

NRB President’s Council Members Gather for Capitol Hill Media Summit

Members of the NRB President’s Council gathered in Washington, DC, last week for the 2014 Capitol Hill Media Summit.

Franklin Graham Festivals in North America Draw More than 65,000

The Franklin Graham Festival of Hope in Toronto, Canada, drew a highly diverse crowd last week, and counselors ministered to inquirers in six various languages.

More News