Conference Overview and Registration

People have various views about Jesus based on their experiences, bias, and beliefs.  So the question to ask is not "Do you believe in Jesus?" but rather, "In which Jesus do you believe?"  


Quite simply, some only view Him as a son of a carpenter, a political troublemaker, a religious teacher, or a nice person.  He is so much more!


In Hebrews 13:8, Paul boldly proclaims how we should view Jesus based on His eternality, sovereignty, and holiness. 

This year’s theme, Jesus the Same Yesterday, Today, and Forever:  Faith in the Midst of It All" encourages us to embrace the perfect interaction of Jesus as Messiah and Jesus as Object of our faith.  Conference speakers and panelists will encourage and empower participants to answer tough questions about the deity of Christ and the eternal truths of the Bible, despite competing cultural worldviews that reject Him.  


Conference cost is $30 per person which includes a lunch buffet.  Download the registration form for more details.

Conference Speakers

All attendees will hear from our two morning speakers, enjoy a lunch buffets, and hear from our panelists. 

  • Adam hill

    "When Admiration Isn’t Enough:  Embracing the Humanity and Eternality of Jesus Christ"

    • Topic Description:  Various worldviews recognize Jesus as a good man, religious figure, and humanitarian along the lines of Gandhi, Buddha, and Muhammad.  In what ways is Jesus different and how does this help shape our conversations about Christianity and salvation?

    • Speaker Bio:  Adam is Pastor of Rochester Church of Christ in Rochester Hills, Michigan where he has served for more than five years. In addition, he is an adjunct professor of religion at Rochester College where he teaches theology and ministry. Over the last twenty years Adam has ministered professionally at churches in Tennessee, Georgia, New Jersey, Indiana, and Michigan. Adam and his wife Kelly have been married for more than 18 years, and are blessed to be the parents of Cooper, their nine year-old son. In addition to spending time with his family and friends, Adam loves reading, music, good barbecue, board games, and Alabama Crimson Tide football. 
  • Emery Moss, jr.

    "challenging the Fallacies of Post-Truth:  Is the Bible Really True?"

    • Topic Description:  The Oxford Dictionary’s 2016 international word of the year was post-truth, an adjective “Relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief” (oxforddictionaries.com).  How do Christians refute the arguments for post-truth in order to provide a clear and convincing counter argument for the veracity of the Bible?

    • Speaker Bio:  Emery Moss is Pastor of Strictly Biblical Teaching Ministries in Detroit, Michigan and host of the daily radio program, Bible Talk on Radio 1500 AM.  He currently serves as Chaplain of the Dearborn Police Department and Instructor of Human Relations classes for the Dearborn Police Department. He has served as a pastor for over 40 years and was ordained and licensed as a Baptist Minister at the age of 19, while serving on Active Duty at Reese Air Force Base in Lubbock, TX in 1971.  Pastor Moss has authored several books including: Twisted Teaching of the Word Faith Movement,Twisted Teaching of the Homosexual Church and The Twisted Teaching of the Secret.

Conference Panelists

Pastor Adam Hill of Rochester Church of Christ


Pastor Jerry Seawright of New Life Community Church


Laity Pastor Kenneth Keene of Rival Tabernacle Church.

Conference Social Media

The success of the conference largely depends on engaging and compelling questions that you can ask even before the conference begins!


There's no such thing as an unimportant or "bad" question. If it's important to you, it's important for our speakers and panelists to answer.  After the all the Bible (God's Word) has all the answers to life's questions:  we want to help you see what God has to say!  


You can post questions on twitter with the trending topic:  #nlccwhoisjesus.  If you don't have a twitter account, you can also type your question here.