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Equipping University Archive

Equipping University Archive

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How to Study and Teach the Bible

Room 149 Teachers: Skip Cartin & Jeff Spry God’s Word is to be trusted and obeyed. If you do not trust the Bible and are not prepared to obey what it says, you cannot fully understand what God is saying. However, having the right attitude about the Bible is not all that is necessary for understanding its meaning any more than having the right attitude about woodworking enables a person to build beautiful furniture because there is a right and wrong way to build. It is not enough... Read More

Respectable Sins

Room 156 Teacher: Andy Lackey We all know what sin is. We recognize sin all around us. However, have Christians become so preoccupied with the major sins of our society that we have lost sight of our need to deal with the more subtle sins in our own lives? There appear to be a number of specific “acceptable” sins that we tend to tolerate in ourselves – such as jealousy, anger, pride, irritability, and judgmentalism. In a book by Jerry Bridges, we will discuss these... Read More

Made To Crave

Room 154 Teacher: Claire Consalvo Has food become more about frustration than fulfillment? Craving is not a bad thing. God created us and our desires and God created us to crave so that we would ultimately desire more of Him in our lives. Many of us have misplaced that particular craving with other that do not satisfy in any lasting and fulfilling way. We too often overindulge in food instead of a lasting spiritual relationship with our Creator. In this DVD course, we will uncover the... Read More

True For You But Not For Me?

Room 151 Teacher: David Moss Recent surveys show that there is one thing a college professor can be absolutely sure of: almost every student entering the university believes (or says he believes) that truth is relative. A fact or value or moral can be “true for you” and at the same time “not true for me.” This type of thinking leads many to say, “Christianity is true for you but not for me” and “Who are you to judge me?” and “You can... Read More

Sense and Nonsense

Room 155 Teacher: Chuck Edwards Have you ever heard or read something that didn’t sound correct but you weren’t quite sure what it was? If so, then this class may assist you in discerning sense from nonsense. We’ll be covering issues like these: Do you know how to respond to someone who says, “Oh, that’s just your truth but it’s not true for me”? Can you explain to your children what’s wrong with the way “evolution” is taught in... Read More


Room 157 Teacher: Jeff Durham Leviticus suffers from a poor reputation with most Christians, many of whom still see it as an impenetrable book that has not been relevant for two thousand years. However, our problem is not that the message of Leviticus is unclear or irrelevant but that it is too clear and too hard-hitting. In a culture that loves the color grey, Leviticus is unashamedly black and white. It is not difficult to understand but it is very uncomfortable once we do understand... Read More