This year’s theme is from the book of Daniel, a great way to follow up our study of dispensationalism at last year’s conference,” says Ken Spink, chair of the GARBC Conference program committee.

This year’s conference committee (Ken Spink, Chuck Pausley, David Little, Jerry Webber, Tom Alexander, and Brad Quick) deliberately programmed the event as a week long exposition of a single book of the Bible, with each speaker taking a different passage from Daniel.

“A correct understanding of Daniel is foundational for us to understand our theology, both for pastors and lay persons,” Ken says, adding that the study will also encourage spiritual disciplines such as prayer, fasting, courage, and faithful ministry.

“For years we have said the GARBC is a Bible-loving association devoted to good preaching,” Ken says. “Why not highlight what we love the most: expository preaching!”


The Hyatt Regency in Schaumburg, Ill., is host hotel for the 2010 GARBC Conference, located near many Chicago attractions and just across the street from the renowned Woodfield Mall, Illinois’ number one tourist destination. Families who attend the conference will enjoy many area attractions and events. Plan now for an extra day or two of vacation!

Conference planners made a quick change of venue over the Christmas break, when a sudden and unexpected closing of the conference’s original intended site, the Sheraton Hotel in Arlington Heights, Ill., had them scrambling to locate another host hotel.

“The new site for the Conference is better than we could have imagined,” says Andrea Gower, conference coordinator for the GARBC. “Moving only four miles away from the original facility, our new location is just two blocks from the GARBC Resource Center!”

Conference guests will be invited to special tours of Regular Baptist Press and the GARBC Resource Center in the afternoons.

Register by May 19 with the Conference hotel for special rates.

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Register by May 14 for the early bird registration rates.


Bernie Augsburger, ILMO State Representative, Washington, Ill.

Joe Earle, Pastor of Grace Baptist Church, Harlan, Iowa

William Gasser, GARBC Chaplain, Hillsboro, Ore.

John Greening, GARBC National Representative, Schaumburg, Illinois

Ken Spink, Pastor of Berea Baptist Church, Berea, Ohio

Mike Stallard, Baptist Bible Seminary, Clarks Summit, Pa.


How to Push Your Ministry on the Web David Bosket, Schaumburg, Ill.

Using Multimedia to Do Ministry Training Locally and Globally Chris Brown, Horseheads, N. Y.

Preparation and Delivery of a Message Doug Brown, Ankeny, Iowa

Laying the Foundation for Sharing the Gospel Chuck De Cleene, Des Moines, Iowa

Q & A Chaplains Hour GARBC Chaplains

The Questions and Answers: Relevant Dialogue for Young Leaders Scott Greening, Schaumburg, Ill.

Current Issues—What Happens Out There? John Hartog III, Cambridge, Iowa

U.S. Support of Nationals Chris Hindal, Schaumburg, Ill.

Understanding, Challenging, and Engaging the College Student to Church Ministry Jim Jeffery, Clarks Summit, Pa.

Becoming a Woman of God Carolyn Lawson, Oxon Hill, Md.

The Sportsmen’s Banquet with the Goal of Reaching Men in the Community David Little and Gary Anderson, Elyria, Ohio

Daniel 11 Steve Lovelady, Silvis, Ill.

Innovative Ways to Reach Women in the Community Linda Nemmers, Grundy Center, Iowa

Targeting Specific People Groups in Your Community Mike Nemmers, Grundy Center, Iowa

Dealing with Difficult Issues and People in the Church and Home Bob Sauser, Creston, Iowa

Developing Bible Study Habits That Will Enhance Your Teaching and Speaking Debbie Spink, Berea, Ohio

Strengthening Marriage and Families through the Local Church Jim Vogel, Schaumburg, Ill.

Daniel K. Davey is pastor of Colonial Baptist Church, Virginia Beach, Va.

He is a graduate of Liberty Baptist College and Detroit Baptist Theological Seminary, and has earned a ThD from Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Minneapolis, Minn.

In 1996 Central Baptist Theological Seminary of Virginia Beach began classes, a seminary that was begun after Dr. Davey consulted with Ernest Pickering, then president of Central Baptist Theological Seminary, Minneapolis, Minn. The discussions between Drs. Davey and Pickering were encouraged and approved by Colonial Baptist Church in Virginia Beach, which became the host church for the new seminary. Dr. Davey continues to serve as the seminary’s president and as professor of Bible exposition.

Daniel and his wife, Martha, have four children.

Timothy R. Jordan is senior pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Lansdale, Pa., also serving as president and professor of pastoral theology at Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, positions he has held since 1986.

Having graduated from Pillsbury Baptist Bible College and earned an MDiv from Calvary Baptist Theological Seminary, Tim also holds a DMin from Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pa.

Dr. Jordan’s father, E. R. “Chief” Jordan, passed away on Nov. 18, 2009. A noted leader in Baptist fundamentalism, he was the founding pastor of Calvary Baptist Church and founding president of Calvary Baptist Seminary.

Dr. Jordan has served in a variety of areas including youth ministry, camp ministry, ministry with the aging, high school teaching, Calvary Bible Institute, and ministry training on foreign fields.

He and his wife, Marilyn, have been married for more than 35 years and have five adult children.