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Equipping University Archive

Equipping University Archive

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Category: 2014

Hope for the Hopeless: A Look Inside the Mind of Depression

Room 157 Teachers: Ellen Fox, Jen Armstrong, Jim Pemberton For many the simple choice of choosing to seek the light, to soak in Scripture, to let your guard down and let others in, is all you need to move on day to day. And sometimes, it’s simply not enough. Sometimes just the thought of light is blinding.  Sometimes you may feel so unworthy of God, His love and mercy that you run from Him.  There may be a fear of letting others know your pain is so deep, a worry of... Read More

Isaiah: The Fifth Gospel

Room 151 Teacher: Jeff Spry The book of Isaiah is considered the deepest, richest, and most theologically significant book in the Old Testament. It’s sheer size and strange scenes scare off many from digging into its beautiful picture of the Holy One of Israel. Once we open its pages, we find a profound statement by God about his sovereignty and majesty and his great plan to save a people in the midst of intense political upheaval in which all the traditional and spiritual and moral... Read More

The Healthy Christian Life

Room 156 Teacher: Ellen Fox Learn how to apply Scripture’s timeless principles into the three major areas of life- physical, emotion, and spiritual, using The Healthy Christian Life.  Written by Christian psychiatrists Frank Minirth and Paul Meier, this text is a Bible study which provides a comprehensive and healthy approach to Christian living.  Topics range from basic Christian lifestyles such as “Building a Christian Support System,” “The Dangers of... Read More

You're Already Amazing

Room 155 Teacher: Jenny Armstrong Women feel enormous pressure to be perfect.  To have the perfect body, to be a perfect woman, to have the perfect career, and to have the perfect attitude.  All the time.  Under all that pressure and all those expectations, women are carrying burdens they were never meant to carry and suppressing the dreams they were always meant to live.  Through the book You're Already Amazing by Holley Gerth, women are encouraged to forget the... Read More

Evangelism - It's Not a Four-Letter Word

Room 157 Teacher: Anthony Crum Evangelism is one of the scariest words in Christendom. Yet before Jesus ascended into heaven he gave his disciples a command to “go into all world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation” (Mark 16:15). God, as a part of his sovereign plan, has made us his “ambassadors for Christ” (2 Cor 5:20) and charged us with the responsibility of spreading the gospel. Out of his great love, He has sent us his Holy Spirit to embolden us for... Read More

God’s Redemptive Program: A Course in Biblical Literacy

Room 154 Teacher: Tyler Brooks This course is designed to equip believers with the knowledge and training to confidently share and defend God’s Word in a culture that rejects its truth, is confused by its language and style, and is often hostile toward its message.  In this course we will explore the Bible’s grammatical and literary design, the organization of the rubric, the connectedness of its grand narrative, and most importantly the truthfulness of its content. ... Read More

The Big Picture of the New Testament

Room 151 Teacher: Andy Lackey The New Testament is a collection of twenty-seven books, written by various authors, with each book having its own theological emphasis and nuances.  However, is there a relationship between the various New Testament books?  If so, then how do elicit a coherent message from such a diversity of books and authors?  That is what will be the goal of this course, to understand the basic theological message of the New Testament both in its diversity... Read More

Christ in the Pentateuch

Room 146 Teacher: Jeff Durham At times we as Christians get bogged down by the way we read the Old Testament.  We read the O.T. as individual stories and can miss both the big picture and the purpose:  preparing the way for our redemption through the coming Messiah.  This can make the Old Testament seem out-dated or irrelevant compared to the New Testament.  NOT TRUE!!!  In this 10 week study, come look at the Pentateuch from a birds-eye view, focusing on how the... Read More