Workshop on Biblical Exposition
OAK PARK BAPTIST CHURCH IN LITLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
SEPTEMBER 26-28, 2018
Tom Buck is Senior Pastor at the First Baptist Church of Lindale, Texas. He holds a BA in Pastoral Ministries and New Testament Greek from the Moody Bible Institute and a ThM in Bible Exposition from Dallas Theological Seminary. Tom previously served for 12 years as the Senior Pastor of Riverside Baptist Fellowship in Florida. He has been at First Baptist Church since 2006.

Tom Buck

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LOCATION
Oak Park Baptist Church
8200 Flintridge Road
Little Rock, Arkansas 72210
(501) 455-3995
www.insideoakpark.com

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REGISTRATION 
Registration must be completed by September 21, 2018. For more information, please contact the Charles Simeon Trust.

SCHEDULE
8.30am-4:30pm, Wednesday
8.30am-4:30pm, Thursday
8.30am-12:30pm, Friday

LOCAL HOTELS
Holiday Inn Express (3.1 miles)
La Quinta Inn (5.1 miles)

COST
$139 before September 14
$159 after September 14
Cost includes lunch and
refreshment breaks each day.
($25 nonrefundable deposit)
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Romell Williams, Jr. is the Pastor of Lilydale Progressive Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago, Illinois. He was educated at the historical Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois, and is a graduate of Trinity International University. He is a speaker affiliated with Cutting It Straight, the Barnabas Brotherhood Conference, the Issachar Conference, the Bible Exposition Conference, and the Moody Bible Institute.

Romell Williams, Jr 
Gary O'Neal serves as the Senior Pastor at Oak Park Baptist Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. For over thirty years Gary has served churches in New Hampshire, Texas, Mississippi, and Arkansas. Gary earned his MDiv from the Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary and his PhD in New Testament from Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, Tennessee. In addition to his pastoral ministry, Gary is a professor of the New Testament for the BMA Theological Seminary in Jacksonville, Texas, and Southeastern Baptist College in Laurel, Mississippi.

Gary O'Neal