Gospel Advocate Open House Starts Today
Gospel Advocate Company is pleased to announce our 160th Anniversary Open House Schedule. Look for some of your favorite authors and speakers who will be reading from their books and signing autographs, as well as leading devotionals.
The schedule for our open house, July 10-18, is listed here:
Schedule of Events
• Hourly drawings for door prizes.
• Historic displays on loan from the families of David Lipscomb, Tolbert Fanning,
J.W. Shepherd, James A. Harding and more.
• Free back issues of Gospel Advocate magazine (2004-2014, while supplies last)
Saturday, July 11
• 10 a.m.—”Reflections on Marshall Keeble” presented by Amanzo Jones, minister at the Hart Street Church of Christ in Nashville.
Monday, July 13
• 10 a.m.—Greg Tidwell reads from his book The Effective Edge.
• Noon—Middle Tennessee area-wide Preacher’s Luncheon, Speaker: Greg Tidwell
• 2 p.m.—Duane Warden, Harding University professor emeritus and author of Gospel Advocate’s annual commentary Companion discusses writing.
Tuesday, July 14
• 10 a.m.—Phil Sanders reads from his book A Faith Built on Sand
• Noon—Brown Bag Devotional. Bring your lunch. Speaker: Phil Sanders
• 2 p.m.—Christian Woman Editor Janie Craun reads from A Recipe for Peace.
Wednesday, July 15
• 10 a.m.—TBA
• Noon—GA Alumni Luncheon. Speaker: Neil Anderson
• 2 p.m.—Wanda Robinson reads from her book Unsung Heroes (and a Few Villains)
Thursday, July 16
• 10 a.m.—Gospel Advocate editor Greg Tidwell and Christian Woman editor Janie Craun host a panel discussion on writing for Christian publications.
• Noon—Brown Bag Devotional. Bring your lunch. Speaker: Matthew Morine
• 2 p.m.— Matthew Morine reads from his book Mountain Moving Faith
Friday, July 17
• 10 a.m.—Aubrey Johnson reads from his book God’s Game Plan.
• Noon—Brown Bag Devotional. Bring your lunch. Speaker: Aubrey Johnson
• 2 p.m.— Joanne Howe reads from her book A Change of Habit.
Saturday, July 18
• 10 a.m.—Elizabeth Jimenez reads from her book Sweet Speak.
• Noon—Justin Rogers/Greg Tidwell
• 2 p.m.—Justin Rogers reads from his book In the Beginning.