Feed My Sheep 2019
Ministry is lonelier than it’s ever been. In the twenty-first century, we’re more likely to see each other’s work through tweets than face-to-face conversations. Feed My Sheep is a humble attempt to change this trend. We want to restore the camaraderie of pastoral ministry. We aim to bring pastors and church leaders together.
Feed My Sheep is for those who love the local church. If the Word is the foundation of your ministry, the gospel its content, and God’s glory the goal, please meet with us on February 25, 2019. Join in praying the “hearts of the saints” would be “refreshed through” our time together (Philemon 1:7).
Early Bird Registration – $25/ea.
Regular Rate – $35/ea.
Student Rate – $25/ea.
All tickets include breakfast, lunch, snacks, and a book.
A Detroit native, Brian moved to Philadelphia in 2006 and has since considered it home. Since his conversion, he has desired to help establish a healthy church in an inner-city context which eventually led to his being a part of Risen Christ Fellowship. He has completed a church planting internship at Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, NC which he began at the conclusion of completing the pastoral internship at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in 2013. Brian is joyfully married to Sonia, and the Lord has given them two delightful sons; Spurgeon & Sibbes, and a lovely girl, Noelle.
Clint grew up in Atlanta and Woodstock, GA. He met and married Peggy while attending and playing football at the University of West Georgia. He worked for Campus Outreach for 25 years, starting the Campus Outreach Atlanta region. He grew the ministry from the ground up into a thriving college ministry at many campuses in and around Atlanta. Clint has pastored First Baptist Chattahoochee in Atlanta since July 2017. Clint and Peggy have three kids and a golden retriever named Avery.
Aaron has served as the Senior Pastor at Mount Vernon Baptist Church in Sandy Springs, GA since 2008. Prior to pastoral ministry, Aaron worked as a legislative assistant to the late U.S. Senator Mark O. Hatfield. After leaving his career in politics, he went on staff and served as an elder at Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. While in seminary, Aaron served as an elder and interim pastor at Third Avenue Baptist Church. He has his Masters of Divinity in Biblical and Theological Studies and his Ph.D. in American Church History from Southern Seminary. Aaron serves on the administrative team of the Greater Atlanta Baptist Network where he leads a monthly pastors fellowship. In addition to pastoral ministry, Aaron is a visiting lecturer at Reformed Theological Seminary (Atlanta), and the author of Politics and Piety: Baptist Social Reform in America, 1770-1860 (Pickwick, 2014) and a number of articles.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Use the contact information provided below.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes. Please contact us directly so we may update the registration information.
Can I update my registration information?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
It will be helpful in expediting the check-in process, but it is not mandatory.
What is the refund policy?
You may receive a full refund for the registration cost up to 7 days before the conference. No refunds will be issued after February 18.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Please try to have accurate information when you register. You are welcome to transfer your ticket and we will update the registration information at check-in.