The Scottish Reformed Conference (SRC) is a unique event in the Scottish Christian calendar at which over 500 believers of all ages and denominations gather to know the benefit and blessing of faithful ministry of the highest calibre as well as the delight of warm, Christian fellowship. It is our prayer that God will continue to use the SRC to bless, encourage and inspire His people and to enable them to enjoy fellowship and friendship across denominational boundaries.
This years conference will take place on Saturday 12th May 2018, at Hamilton College, Hamilton, ML3 0AY.
Our speakers this year will be Dr Steven J. Lawson and Rev Kenneth Stewart:
Dr Lawson makes a very welcome return visit to our conference next year. Dr. Lawson is President and founder of OnePassion Ministries, a ministry designed to equip biblical expositors to bring about a new reformation in the church and hosts The Institute for Expository Preaching in cities around the world. He is also a Teaching Fellow for Ligonier Ministries, where he serves on its board and is Executive Editor for Expositor Magazine published by OnePassion Ministries.
Dr. Lawson served as a pastor for thirty-four years in Arkansas and Alabama. Most recently, he was senior pastor of Christ Fellowship Baptist Church in Mobile, Alabama.
Dr. Lawson and his wife, Anne, have three sons, Andrew, James, and John, and a daughter, Grace Anne.
Kenneth Stewart is a minister in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland. From North Uist, in the Outer Hebrides, he drifted away from church in his teenage years but came to faith in Christ, through the witness of a scripture reader with the British army, at the age of 18.
Persuaded that God was calling him to preach the gospel, he was ordained in 1991 and, since then, has pastored several congregations in Scotland and Canada and has been minister of the Glasgow Reformed Presbyterian Church since it was planted in 2011.
He is married to Anna – previously an industrial chemist and now supply teacher – who comes from the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. They have a family of five and two grandchildren.