Dr. Michael Duduit, Dean of the College of Christian Studies at Anderson University, is scheduled to speak at a national Baptist Forum later this month.
Duduit will serve as the Institute Lecturer during the National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA, during its annual winter board of director’s meeting and 40th F.L. Livingston Institute at Zion Hope Primitive Baptist Church in Pensacola, Fla., from Feb. 18-21. Duduit will speak on Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Duduit’s topic is “Keys to Preaching That Engages People.”
The National Primitive Baptist Convention, USA, represents Primitive Baptist Churches of African heritage in 18 states, and its roots go back to its formal organizing in 1907 under Dr. Clarence Frances Sams and Elder George S. Crawford.
“It is a privilege to share with this important gathering of fellow Baptists,” Duduit said. “This convention represents hundreds of churches that are making a gospel impact in their towns and cities, and I look forward to sharing with them.”
Duduit is founding Dean of the College of Christian Studies and the Clamp Divinity School at Anderson University. He also serves as Professor of Christian Ministry, and is the founder and executive editor of Preaching magazine. Duduit has served as a pastor and associate pastor, and is a sought-after speaker at churches, colleges and conferences. He’s the author and editor of several books, including the Handbook of Contemporary Preaching; Joy in Ministry: Messages from Second Corinthians; Preaching with Power: Dynamic Insights from Twenty Top Communicators; and Communicate with Power, among others.