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It’s not too late to sign up for Sola 13. We are expecting 2,500 people this Friday and Saturday at the Lansing Convention Center. Many people have worked many hours to put this event together (thanks Jason, thanks Sam, thanks everyone else). It should be a terrific two days.

I am very excited about this conference:

1. Because it is cool to see an event of this caliber in little ole Lansing.

2. And because the conference is geared for lay people as much as for pastors and ministry leaders. I was thrilled to hear a number of our people at church on Sunday say, “I can’t wait for this weekend. I’ve never been a Christian conference like this in my whole life.” While there are certainly a plethora of good conferences, we can forget that most people in most churches are nowhere near “over-conferenced.” Most have never been.

Join us this weekend as we hear:

Noel Heikkinen on Sola
Kevin DeYoung on Ad Fontes
Matt Chandler on Sola Fide
Leonce Crump on Sola Gratia
Stephen Um on Solus Christus
Albert Mohler on Sola Scriptura
John Piper on Soli Deo Gloria

If you can’t be with us, the messages will be recorded and a free simulcast is available.

Also, John Piper will be preaching at University Reformed Church this Sunday morning (9:00/11:00). The church is located at 841 Timberlane St. in East Lansing (off of Burcham, a half mile east of Hagadorn and a mile north of Grand River).

No word yet on whether Piper will be watching the Big Ten Championship game with the rest of East Lansing on Saturday night.

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Kevin DeYoung is the senior pastor at Christ Covenant Church in Matthews, North Carolina. He is chairman of the board of The Gospel Coalition, assistant professor of systematic theology at Reformed Theological Seminary (Charlotte), and a PhD candidate at the University of Leicester. Kevin and his wife, Trisha, have seven children. You can follow him on Twitter.

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