Chris Rosebrough, CEO of Pirate Christian Radio will be the Featured Speaker at the First Annual BJS National Conference, February 13-14

Chris Rosebrough is not only the courageous and generous man who spearheaded the effort to get Issues, Etc. back on the air, he also has a great “testimony” about how he converted to Lutheranism out of American Evangelicalism, in which, to quote Chris, he was on his way to hell. Confessional Lutheranism means salvation in Christ for Chris and we invite you to hear that story at the first annual Brothers of John the Steadfast national conference, Friday and Saturday, February 13-14, 2009 at Bethany Lutheran Church in Naperville, Illinois.

 

The theme of the conference is one of BJS’s major emphases – “Establishing and Promoting New Lutheran Media in Support of the Gospel.” We will also be having speakers and sessions devoted to our other major themes: the liturgy, male headship in the church and at home, and  confessional growth.

 

Chris is a great choice to spearhead our list of speakers since he started his own internet Christian radio station, Pirate Christian Radio. Chris has also been intimately connected to the other two heroes of new Lutheran media, our friends Issues Etc. host Pastor Todd Wilken and show producer and the “hardest working man in radio” Jeff Schwarz. We also encourage you to check out Chris’s website  Extreme Theology.

 

We will be announcing our other speakers and giving more details on the conference later this month. Our thanks to Pastor Jacob Earhard (Dwight, Illinois) and Cantor Phillip Magness (Bethany, Naperville, Illinois) for serving on our conference committee. We are very blessed to have the Day School Principal from Bethany, Naperville, an excellent coordinator and administrator, Pam Mueller, heading up the conference committee. Pam’s service is a reminder that even though BJS is a men’s group, we have numerous women who have joined the group and who are a great help in getting the work of the Brothers accomplished, and are certainly welcome at the conference.

 

SAVE THE DATES: FEBRUARY 13-14, 2009

 

Pastor Rossow

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