Preston & Kelly Condra
"Not that we are sufficient of ourselves to think any thing as of ourselves; but our sufficiency is of God;" (2 Cor 3:5)
Sufficient Word is the full-time ministry of Preston Condra and his wife, Kelly. Its purpose is to edify, increase, and equip the church using the grace-through-faith power of the Holy Spirit found in God's sufficient written word (2 Timothy 3:17; 2 Peter 1:3).
Preston Condra, an ordained Southern Baptist minister, is a graduate of Oklahoma Baptist University and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He was a youth and adult singles minister for nearly 10 years before joining the staff of Watchman Fellowship in 2001. He has preached in churches across the United States, and served as an adjunct professor and guest lecturer at Christian colleges and seminaries. Preston was the author of "Universalism" in the Popular Encyclopedia of Apologetics (2008, Harvest House), Contending For The Faith: A Sourcebook on Apologetics (2001, Watchman Fellowship) and numerous articles before founding Sufficient Word Ministries. His passion for the Gospel and earnest desire to encourage and help equip the body of Christ are the hallmarks of his lifelong ministry.
Kelly, M.S.Ed. is a lifelong educator. She is an engaging public speaker and a knowledgeable Bible teacher, exalting the grace of God and the sufficiency of faith in God's word.
Preston and Kelly have devoted their talents to the body of Christ in its evangelistic and other ministry efforts. They share a passion for a clear and thorough Gospel message, and are committed to serving the church through preaching, teaching, writing, and prayer. They believe that church growth comes from obeying the call to share the Gospel of Christ, individual maturity through the knowledge of God's word, and service to the members of the body of Christ (1 Corinthians 15:1-4, Ephesians 1:16-19 & 4:12-13; 2 Peter 1:8 & 3:18).
You may invite Preston to preach at your church service or revival. Both Preston and Kelly are available to do conference speaking, Bible teaching, seminars, and classes.