#23: On the Aftermath of the G3 Conference

I’ve attended a few Christian Conferences in the recent years and I’ve enjoyed seeing how each is different — yet each one has sought to make much of Jesus. For which, I’m grateful. This year, I was fortunate enough to attend the G3 Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. This was my first time attending G3, so everywhere I went, it felt both new and familiar. The newness of the conference venue and logistics gave quickly gave way to the familiarity of the connections made. The solidarity of the people and the sincerity of the song services made this a conference I won’t soon forget. In this episode of the Ministry Minded Podcast, I talk about my experience at G3 and think out loud about what’s transpired, what’s been said, and where I look to go from here.

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Notes

I’m Brad Gray and I currently live in South Florida with my wife (Natalie) and daughter (Lydia). I work as the Assistant Pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Southwest Ranches, Florida. I spend most of my time writing, reading, and ministering in the church. My sole aim is to proclaim the timeless message of God’s gospel of grace in everything I do and say. Whether through the written or spoken word, my priority remains sharing and upholding the good news Christ’s life, death, and resurrection for sinners. You can follow me on Twitter, @pastorbradgray.

Resources

Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family, Paul Tripp
G3 Conference
Dangerous Calling, Paul Tripp
Awe: Why It Matters for Everything We Think, Say, and Do, Paul Tripp
Challies.com
Steven Lawson, OnePassion Ministries
The King James Only Controversy: Can You Trust Modern Translations?, Dr. James White
Dr. James White, Alpha & Omega Ministries
How the Gospel Brings Us All the Way Home, Derek W. H. Thomas
Grace: So Much More Than You Know & So Much Better Than You Think, Brad J. Gray

Credits

Intro music: “West Coast” by Ryan Little, licensed under CC BY 4.0.

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