Rutland, Moore keynote speakers for Covenant Keepers 2019
O’FALLON -- Bishop Frank J. Beard has announced that Dr. Mark Rutland and Dr. Joy Moore will be the keynote speakers for Covenant Keepers 2019 which will be Jan. 28-29 at the Regency Convention Center in O'Fallon.
Online registration will begin on or around Nov. 1. Watch for further announcements as the date nears.
Rutland of Atlanta, Ga. is a pastor, speaker, and New York Times bestselling author and columnist for Ministry Today magazine. He is president of both the National Institute of Christian Leadership and Global Servants. Rutland also serves on the preaching team at Jentezen Franklin's Free Chapel Church. His radio program is the number one Christian teaching broadcast in Atlanta.
A native of Chicago, Moore is associate professor of homiletics and Christian ministry at Indiana Wesleyan University. Joining the IWU staff in 2017, Moore, previously was at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif. She is an ordained Elder in the Michigan Conference of The United Methodist Church. While at Fuller, she served as an assistant professor of preaching and was the founding associate dean of the William E. Pannell Center for African American Church Studies. Prior to that, Moore served as associate dean for Black Church Studies and Church Relations at Duke University, where she also was a visiting professor of preaching.