West Africa Theological Seminary to Host Expository Preaching Conference in Lagos

The West Africa Theological Seminary (WATS), Lagos is gearing up to host an enlightening expository preaching conference under the theme “Church Growth Through Sound Biblical Teaching.”

The conference will feature distinguished speakers, including renowned theologians and educators from both Nigeria and the United States.

Scheduled to take place from April 24th to 26th at the chapel of WATS, located at 36 Olukunle Akinola Street, Akinyẹle, Ipaja, Lagos State, the conference promises a rich program of sessions led by seasoned teachers of the Word of God.

Among the esteemed facilitators are Professor Gary S. Maxey, the founder of WATS; Professor Dauda Gava, the Provost of the institution; and two esteemed lecturers from the United States, Dr. David Olford and Dr. Bartholomew Orr.

Morning sessions will commence at 9 am, while evening sessions are scheduled for 5 pm each day, all at the chapel of the seminary.

Organisers have announced that complimentary lunch will be provided for participants, and accommodation will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Additionally, attendees can expect to receive conference materials and books distributed during the event.

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Upon completion of the sessions, participants will be awarded certificates of participation.

WATS, affiliated with the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, remains committed to fostering theological education and nurturing future leaders in the church.

To register for the conference, interested individuals are encouraged to follow the link provided: [Link to Registration Form](https://forms.gle/V8swQpa2vp5a9xys6)

Report by Dayo Emmanuel 

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