“Open Air Preaching at the Jersey Shore” // Dates TBD
We are looking for men, primarily young men in high school, college, seminary, or in the workforce who are intrigued at the possibility of open air preaching. We know from personal experience this can seem daunting, but there is nothing like it. You will have the opportunity to come, see, and learn from experienced street preachers. And if you are ready to “break the sound barrier” we will welcome that too. Our vision is to see God raise up at least another 1,000 open air preachers in the United States. Perhaps you will be one of them. So, please come to Wildwood, New Jersey on Memorial Day weekend. The boardwalk will be jammed with thousands of people. Let’s see what God will do as we proclaim the excellencies of Him who called us out of darkness into His marvelous light.
The cost is TBD
If you have any questions, please email Anastasia at [email protected]
There is perhaps no better place in the U.S. to gain a vision for open air preaching that the Boardwalk at Wildwood, New Jersey.Rev. Al Baker, Conference Teacher
Meet the Trainers
Rev. Al Baker
Rev. Al Baker has spent 20 years in pastoral ministry in the PCA in Georgia and Connecticut. He has been active in foreign missions to countries all over the world, and is extensively involved in evangelistic preaching and training in the US. He leads revival prayer weekends and preaching conferences on revival and evangelistic themes in churches throughout the country. He has also authored a number of books including Evangelistic Preaching in the 21st Century and Under Obligation: Recapturing a Reformed Evangelistic Zeal.
Dr. Henry Krabbendam
Dr. Krabbendam is Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies at Covenant College, holds a TH.M. in Systematic Theology and a TH.D. in Apologetics. In addition to 13 years of pastoral ministry, he has extensive ministry experience in Uganda, Africa and has preached, taught, and led schools of evangelism all over the world. He has authored many articles and a number of books including Sovereignty and Responsibility and a commentary on the Epistle of James.