Thursday, April 28
8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
What is Feed My Sheep?
Feed My Sheep is a one-day conference on Thursday, April 28th from 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM to equip and encourage church leaders in truth, leadership, and fellowship. The first-ever Greenville area Feed My Sheep event will focus on the topic of pastoral perseverance in an effort to encourage pastors, who are weary from two years of difficult ministry during a pandemic, so that they would not lose heart in the good work God has for them (Gal 6:9).
Since 2008, Aaron has served as pastor of Mount Vernon Baptist Church in Atlanta. He’s the author of Character Matters (Moody, 2020) and Politics and Piety (Pickwick, 2014). Aaron is Adjunct Professor of Church History at Reformed Theological Seminary. He and his wife, Deana, have four children: Rachel, Jonah, Natalie, and Tori.
Dr. Akin is married to Charlotte Akin.
They have been married since May 27, 1978.They have four sons who all currently serve in the ministry. He has 4 daughters-in-law and 14 grandchildren!
Dr. Akin currently serves as the President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and is a Professor of Preaching and Theology.
Dr. Akin and his wife Charlotte have traveled to Sudan, Turkey, Middle East, Kenya, Asia, Central Asia, Thailand, India and Paraguay serving our students and missionaries and helping share the gospel.
Nathan Finn serves as the Provost and Dean of the University Faculty at North Greenville University. He also teaches courses in leadership, theology, and church history. Previously, he served on the faculty of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and was Dean of the School of Theology and Missions at Union University. Nathan has written widely on Baptist history and thought, historical theology, and Christian higher education. He is married to Leah and is the father of four children. The Finns are members of Mountain Creek Baptist Church in Greenville.
Nathan Akin is the Associate Director of the Pillar Network. He also serves as Director of Baptist21 and in a part time pastoral role at Open Door in Raleigh. He has a Masters of Divinity from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Bachelors Degree in Political Science from Murray State University, where he twice played in the NCAA Tournament. In the past, he has served as the Discipleship Pastor of Imago Dei Church in Raleigh, NC.
Check-in Opens Breakfast available
Welcome & Worship
Session 1 - Nate Akin “The Right Man is on Our Side”
Session 2 - Aaron Menikoff “Patience: Let us Not Grow Weary”
Session 3 - Danny Akin “How to Finish the Ministry with No Regrets”
Session 4 - Nathan Finn “Charles Spurgeon: Suffering Saint, Prince of Preachers”