Thu, Feb 22|
Hearing God: Developing a Theology of Spiritual Discernment
Time & Location
Feb 22, 2024, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Greensburg, 449 Frye Farm Rd, Greensburg, PA 15601, USA
About The Event
The following book will be used as part of the seminar discussion. You are encouraged to read the book prior to attending. When registering, you will have the option to include the book as part of the seminar fee. Hearing God: Developing a Conversational Relationship with God By: Dallas Willard, 2021, Intervarsity Press
Registration Only - for seminar only, does not include the accompanying book.
Registration with Book - this includes the accompanying book and seminar. A limited number of books have been pre-purchased. This registration option will close once these books are depleted. To retrieve your book – please visit the Frye Farm campus office during business hours Mon-Thur, on Sundays visit the Welcome Desk. If you designate which campus you are with during registration, your campus pastor can bring your book to your campus to retrieve on a Sunday.
Learning to hear God is one of the marks of Christian growth. What are the theological foundations for identifying and responding to the voice of God? Are there preconditions to being able to recognize when God is speaking to us? How might other theological beliefs we hold affect the way we communicate with God? This seminar will explore these and other questions to help us develop a theology of discerning God’s voice which we can then apply in our everyday life with God.
Instructor: Ben Phipps, Campus Pastor, Charter Oak Church Jeannette
Click here to register for the seminar.