Text and Context, Live!

February 25, 2008

If, like me, you can’t make the “Text and Context” conference (its on the wrong continent, I’m afraid!) then you might want to watch the live video stream that kicks off this evening (1pm, Seattle; 10pm – UK time). Though it may be more difficult to stay up if you’re on European time, there are some sessions that are definitely watchable. How about John Piper, Tuesday at 1pm (9pm UK) speaking on “How My Pastoral Ministry Shapes My Pulpit Ministry.”


Complete Schedule

Monday, February 25, 2008
2:00 pm Session 1 – Mark Driscoll – Text & Context: Humble Incarnational Ministry
4:00 pm Session 2 – CJ Mahaney – Text & Context: Pastoral Character & Loving People
7:00 pm Session 3 – John Piper – Text: Why I Trust the Scriptures

Tuesday, February 26, 2008
9:00 am Session 4 – Jim Gilmore – Context: Fear and Trembling in the Experience Economy
10:45 am Session 5 – Matt Chandler – Text & Context: Preaching the Gospel in the Center of the Evangelical World
1:00 pm Session 6 – John Piper – Text & Context: How My Pastoral Ministry Shapes my Pulpit Ministry
7:00 pm Session 9 – John Piper – Text: How Do I Distinguish Between Gospel and False Gospel?
9:00 pm Q & A with John Piper

Wednesday, February 27, 2008
10:00 am Session 10 – Jim Gilmore – Context: Decoding the Future, the Phoniness, and the Shifting Sands
11:20 am Q& A with Jim Gilmore
1:00 pm Session 11 – Mark Driscoll – Text & Context: Preaching Jesus Christ To Pagan Culture
2:15 pm Q & A with Mark Driscoll



  1. Oh wow! Thanks very much, I shall look forward to 9pm tomorrow all day! You really are a most helpful blogger, sir!

  2. Even those of us closer will have to watch online. I am only 3 hours to the south (in Portland, OR), but it sold out before I could get my registration in. =-(

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