Conferences and Other Events

Regional Conferences and Other Events

Founders Fellowship Breakfast @ the SBC
Founders Ministries will not host a breakfast at the SBC this year. However, Founders will be exhibiting in the convention hall. Please stop by the Founders booth to say hello and to pick up information that will be available.
National Founders Conference
October 16-18, 2014, Charleston, SC, at the historic First Baptist Church — “Confessional Power and Gospel Advance: The Second London Confession at Home and Abroad”

Past Events: (No info yet on next year’s event)
Building Bridges: Southern Baptists and Calvinism
November 26-28, 2007, Ridgecrest Conference Center, NC.
A conference hosted by Lifeway and jointly sponsored by Founders Minstries and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Audio available here.
Founders Fellowship Breakfast @ the SBC
June 11, 2013, Houston, TX — Voddie Baucham
Saved By Faith YOUTH Challenge
July 29 – August 2, 2013, Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, MO — “The Gospel Imperative” with Zane Pratt
Founders Conference Southwest
September 26-28, 2013, Mansfield (Dallas area), TX, “Being a Disciple of Jesus Christ”; Featured Speakers: Tom Ascol and Fred Malone
Deep South Founders Conference
January 16-18, 2014, Clinton, MS — “Christ the Mediator”
Southern Baptist Founders Conference Midwest
February 25-26, 2014, St. Louis, MO — “Necessary, Sufficient, Effective, & Irresistible…”

Past National Founders Conference

Due to the proliferation of other excellent conferences with similar goals, including regional Founders conferences, the national conference is no longer being held as a regularly scheduled event.

June 24-27, 2008, Bethel Baptist Church, Owasso, OK — “Lengthening the Cords and Strengthening the Stakes: Renewing and Planting Local Churches”

Audio Archive

My experience at the Southern Baptist Founders’ Conference exceeded all my expectations. As a speaker myself, I decided to attend every one of the messages offered at the conference. I can say that every one of them was rich with substance and full of good, humble Christian spirit. In none of them did I say, “I could have been using my time better.” This was one of the most content-rich conferences I have ever been to. I thank God for the Founders’ Conference and what God is doing in this movement to bring refreshment and reformation to the Church.  — John Piper

Baptist Press articles about the 2007 Founders Conference: