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Holiness to the Lord
  • Overview

    After God brought His people out of Egypt, He called Aaron to serve as high priest in the tabernacle. Day in and day out, Aaron was to have the words HOLINESS TO THE LORD displayed across his forehead, marking him as a man set apart. Although Christ fulfilled the pictures provided by ceremonies and special garments, the beauty of holiness continues in its integral role in a believer’s life. Our desire for this conference is to cast a compelling vision for what holiness means during your single years, starting with core doctrines and a big view of God that you will carry forward into any and all future seasons. 

    In addition to big picture sessions and stories about how God has used single people throughout history, we will also cover topics that regularly impact a single person’s life. How should you navigate church life? How should you interact with your family, particularly your parents? How do you apply those principles as the years pass, and most of your peers are married? When the time comes, how do you go about finding a spouse? 

    On Thursday, we will conclude with the Burnings of the Soul luncheon (cost included in admission), when speakers for this year’s national conference will exhort us in matters that are weighing on their hearts. 

    This is not a matchmaking conference, but we do want to provide a context for single people to get to know one another while learning and worshipping together. Although the content is geared at single people of all ages, parents and younger siblings are welcome to attend.  

    This conference will feature a Q&A time, and we would be delighted to hear your questions! Submit questions or topics you would like to see explored here

    Holiness to the Lord is a separate pre-conference event preceding our national conference, Knowing God which runs May 19-21. Both conferences require separate registration; register for Knowing God here.  

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  • Speakers

    Scott Brown

    Scott T. Brown is the president of Church and Family Life and pastor at Hope Baptist Church in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Scott graduated from California State University in Fullerton with a degree in History and received a Master of Divinity degree from Talbot School of Theology. He gives most of his time to local pastoral ministry, expository preaching, conferences on church and family reformation. Scott helps people think through the two greatest institutions God has provided — the church and the family.

    Deborah Brown

    Deborah Brown is the wife of Scott Brown. She is a happy mother of four children who have, so far given her 22 grandchildren. She is a Proverbs 31woman and dairy farmer. Deborah is known far and wide for her hospitality and her practical, God-centered, no-compromise counsel.

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