The Outlaw Preachers (Re)Union

Posted on October 8, 2010


The Outlaw Preachers are having a Re-Union.  And you should come.

The Outlaw Preachers are a diverse group of friends who love to passionately share the love and grace of the Gospel.  I’ve gotten to know most of the organizing group and consider them good friends.  It’s in Memphis in December, and its incredibly cheap.  What more could you ask for.  If you want to have fun at a gathering, I can guarantee this is the one to come to.

Where: Memphis, Tennessee

When: December 3 – December 6

Who: Y’all or you’uns (preacher title not required)

How much: (re)Union is $49/person. Lodging is $59/person. So $108 TOTAL. That includes dinner on Friday night, breakfast every day, and drinks and snacks through the daytime and evening sessions. There is also a full kitchen for those with certain dietary restrictions.

Lodging and Conference: We have booked up the Pilgrim House Hostel & Retreat Center. The first 70 people to register will be there. Once we reach capacity, we have overflow accommodations made at an adjacent hotel. “This will either be a small family reunion or Outlaw Preachers Woodstock.” –Connie Jo

The keynote speakers include:

Adele Sakler of Queermergent
Brian McLaren; Author, Speaker, Pastor
Jay Bakker of Revolution NYC
Jeremy Ritch of Hold Fast Ministries
Phil Shepherd of the Eucatastrophe

Breakout session speakers include:

Brandon Mouser of Ink Church
Chris Rosebrough of Fighting for the Faith & Pirate Christian Radio
Derek White; UMC Pastor
Drew Tatusko
Jonathan Brink; Author: Discovering the God Imagination
John Harrison; Pastor
Marcus Gibbs of Ink Church
Pastor Nar; Losing My Religion Podcast


Reposted from Jonathan Brink’s blog!

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