Jesus’ Journey Is Mirrored By Our Own As We Proceed Toward Redemption
During the season of Lent we remember Jesus’ long journey to the cross. It wasn’t an easy path. Mixed with the friendships and miracles, Jesus encountered great need, stubborn disbelief, internal conflict among his followers, physical attack and betrayal, and finally a shameful death. During Lent we recognize that this was a necessary path – Jesus’ journey is mirrored by our own as we press on toward redemption.
About Our Speakers
Dr. Victor Copan is a professor of ministry, leadership and biblical studies.
He currently teaches at Palm Beach Atlantic University and is also chair of the ministry department. Under his leadership, the B.A. in Ministry degree has expanded significantly through the addition of six concentrations. His areas of teaching range from spiritual formation, New Testament, ministry, to missions courses. His research interests lie in the areas of spiritual formation and Pauline studies. He received a Th.D. from the University of Vienna in Austria. His dissertation was titled, “Pauline Imitation and the Contemporary Practice of Spiritual Direction” and explored the Apostle Paul as a spiritual director.
Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
(Simple Soup Supper at 6:00 p.m.)
March 13, 20, 27, April 3 and 10
NIGHT OF HEALING
Janet Helms, the Founder and Director of Orphaned Heart Ministries.
She is a recent graduate of Trinity School for Ministry and longtime member of Church of the Ascension in Pittsburgh, PA, has been helping orphans in Uganda since 2001 through a kinship model. Janet is Married to Worth Helms and they live together in Pittsburgh.
In 2006, she started working with students from Uganda Christian University (UCU) to bring psychological and spiritual healing to those who have been orphaned by AIDS, polygamy, violence, and abandonment. She helped students to form a spiritual family through sharing their stories, praying for each other, studying Scripture, and doing ministry together.
Tuesday, March 19 at 6:00 PM
Dr. Chris Hall, Theologian, writer and teacher.
Not only is Dr. Hall an accomplished leader and teacher, but the president of Renovaré, a speaker and writer as well. He is the author of numerous books including Living Wisely with the Church Fathers, The Mystery of God, which he co-wrote with Eastern University professor Dr. Steven D. Boyer, Worshipping with the Church Fathers, Reading Scripture with the Church Fathers, and The Trinity, written with Roger Olsen. He has been honored twice by Christianity Today with their annual book award, and has written and published a multitude of book reviews and academic articles. He has also taken part in many papers, presentations and dialogues, regarding topics of theology, tradition, ethics, wealth and poverty, the trinity, early church fathers and their relevancy and more.
Friday, March 22nd 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Dinner, Worship, and Evening Session
Saturday, March 23rd 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Continental Breakfast, Worship, Session, and Lunch