Christ in the Psalms Conference

The Book of Psalms is one of the best loved books of the Bible, and yet it is also one of the most difficult to understand, interpret, and apply to our own lives. The key to interpreting the Psalms of David aright is to be found in the person and work and ministry of Christ on behalf of His people. It is hoped that through the lectures presented at this conference, we will be enabled to better understand and appreciate the Christological nature of the Psalter and thus “sing them with understanding.”

2019 Conference on Christ in the Psalms

On Friday evening, Ryan Bever will be speaking on “Psalms 1 & 2 as an Introduction to the Psalter,” on Saturday morning Paul Martin will be speaking on “The Person and Work of Christ in Book 1 of the Psalter,” on Saturday evening Jeff Borden will be speaking on “The Relationship of the Epistle to the Hebrews to the Psalter,” and on Sabbath morning Fred Sloan will be preaching on “Ephesians 5, the Holy Spirit, and the Psalms in your Sanctification.”

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Adults 18+ :: $75
Under 18 :: $25

Speakers

Ryan Bever

Pastor Ryan Bever and his wife Betsy have four children: Matthias, Madeline, Maelie, and Mason. Ryan graduated from Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in May of 2017 and shortly thereafter accepted a pastoral call to Grace & Truth RP Mission Church in Harrisonburg, VA. Ryan has a passion for preaching, teaching, evangelism, church planting, and psalm singing, and is hopeful that Grace & Truth will continue to grow and flourish.

 

 

 

 

 


Paul Martin

Pastor Paul Martin was born into a home where he sang at least a portion of the Psalms five times a day. He received his degree from Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary. Paul served as a pastor twenty-five years in Phoenix, Arizona. One of Paul’s great desires is for people to hear the voice of their Shepherd in the Psalms.

 

 

 

 

 


Jeff Borden

Jeff and Patty have 3 grown children (Daniel, 34, married to Melissa; Matthew, 29, and Lydia, 21) and 2 grandchildren (Charis, 3; Micah, 4 months). They both graduated from Columbia Graduate School of Bible and Missions in 1988 (now Columbia International University). Jeff also graduated from the seminary of Stellenbosch University in South Africa, during their 18 years of training national church leadership in Zimbabwe and South Africa. Jeff favorite topic is the the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ as our Great Prophet, Priest and King, particularly as seen in the Psalter, Hebrews and Revelation!

 

 

 

 

 


Fred Sloan

Fred and his wife, Grace, live in Powhatan, VA. He is an ordained minister in the Blue Ridge Presbytery of the PCA. Fred serves as the Executive Director of Prison Discipleship Ministry, a ministry of the James River Presbytery. Fred and the volunteers in his ministry work in prisons and jails in Central Virginia. He is also currently serving as the Director of Africans Teaching Africans (ATA), an indigenously led and taught Bible training ministry in 15 countries. Fred and Grace have four grown children and fifteen grandchildren.”