While not one of the twelve apostles, Paul’s ministry shaped the first
Christians through his writings and laid the foundation of the church, which endures to this day. But the life of the apostle Paul is more complex than merely that of a New Testament writer and church planter—it is comprised of murder, healings, visions, and martyrdom. This session will unveil the life of Paul from his birth to his death according to the New Testament evidence and early church tradition about the man who was accused of upsetting the entire Roman Empire.
More than just a collection of storybook moments, the book of Exodus tells of the unrivaled glory of the one true God. This seminar will explore how Exodus increases our understanding of God, His relationship with His people, and His plans for eternity.
Parenting in a culture that is hostile to both our children and biblical truth is a challenge. This session will encourage parents and equip them to address the difficult parenting issues that often arise in the midst of an antagonistic culture.
For many of us, the definition and doctrine of "love" has been severely
degraded by the influence of the world. In a series of lectures entitled Charity and Its Fruits, Jonathan Edwards explores what the Bible has to say about love from 1 Corinthians 13. This seminar will look at Edwards' life and theology, and in so doing help us recover a biblical definition of love.
What is a woman? How does the creation of men and women in God’s image relate to equality? What does it mean to be a suitable helper, a worker at home, and to live contently in submission to God? Today’s culture has lost the ability to answer these questions, but God’s Word is clear. This session will encourage us to understand our Creator’s design and the joy that is found in living confidently and purposefully according to His plan.
Are you curious about spiritual gifts—what they are, how they operate, and why some of them passed away? In this seminar, we will look to the New Testament to address the practical and sometimes controversial issue of spiritual gifts in the Christian life.
It is essential for today’s church leaders to recover a biblical (rather than cultural) definition of hospitality in order to fulfill God’s purpose for the church. Scripture presents hospitality as a vital ministry for both men and women to practice in order to advance the gospel and model God’s welcoming heart.