Restore Conference 2016 Media


Below you will find the video recordings of the 2016 Restore Conference general sessions and panel discussions (coming soon). It is our prayer that these videos serve you well as you receive biblical teaching on the topic of "Race and the Image of God." 

Restore conference 2016

Friday, February 26 - Saturday, February 27

Located at Clemson Presbyterian Church


Racial Reconciliation is at the Heart of the Gospel.

With race-based conflicts abounding, Christians must choose to take initiative in confronting culture's status quo by exemplifying the reconciliation made possible by the gospel.

conference speakers


  • jarvis williams

    Dr. Jarvis J. Williams is associate professor of New Testament Interpretation at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is a member of the American Academy of Religion, The Evangelical Theological Society, the Institute for Biblical Research, and the Society of Biblical Literature. In addition to his books and numerous articles, Dr. Williams has written Sunday School material for the Gospel Project. H has also served as an interim pastor of churches in Kentucky, and he preaches often in churches and at conferences throughout the country. 

  • howard brown

    Pastor Howard Brown, a native of Charleston, SC is pastor of Christ Central PCA, in Charlotte, NC. He and his wife Kellie moved to Charlotte in the spring of 2003 to plant Christ Central- a multiethnic work in the arts district of Charlotte. Howard and Kellie have two boys, Harrison, 12 and Clark, 11. Howard holds a Master of Divinity degree from Covenant Theological Seminary and an English degree from Clemson University.

  • matt hall

    Dr. Matt Hall serves as Vice President for Academic Services at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. He regularly teaches courses in church history, American history, and American government at the graduate and undergraduate level. Dr. Hall is active in denominational life, having served on the SBC Committee on Resolutions (2014, 2015) and as a Research Fellow for the SBC’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. An ordained minister, he serves as an elder at Clifton Baptist Church.