Throughout history people of faith have struggled to hold together the Old Testament with the New Testament. This course will consider important themes in the Old Testament and how they point to Jesus.
Participants will learn to see the big picture of the Bible and discover how their lives are part of God’s great story of redemption.
Friday, January 10 & Saturday, January 11. This two-part course will help to increase the Church’s understanding and compassion towards those experiencing same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria, so all may be cared for in love and truth.
In this course, The Rev’d Dr. Chris Hancock, will consider some of the most difficult questions asked of believers today and offer ways to answer them.
Through the Psalms we learn to bring our whole selves into God’s presence: not only to rejoice, but to pray our tears, fears, and anger.
The Rev’d Dr. Peter Walker will help you understand the original setting and purpose of all 27 books of the New Testament.
The Lord’s Prayer is at the heart of Christian spirituality and Christian theology.This course will be a refresher for all on what we mean when we pray the Lord’s Prayer, and what we learn from the Lord’s Prayer about Christian faith and a life of prayer.
Participants will learn to trust and engage the Bible as the primary way to know God and hear him speak.
Led by New Testament scholar, The Rev’d Dr. Peter Walker, will take you through Jesus’ life-Galilee to Jerusalem – highlighting the relevance of his ministry for today.
Led by Old Testament scholar, Dr. Erika Moore, this course will look at how the story lines and themes of the Old Testament are the foundations for the Christian faith.