Wholeness at Hemlock Lounge

Steve and Sandy Delaney

Check back here for more information on this seminar.

Holiness in the Old and New Testament

Ken Hepner

In a sort of walk through the Bible seminar, on Monday we will look at snapshots of the theme dealing with sin, sin’s power rooted in self-interest and the flesh as seen in the Old Testament, as God lays groundwork for the work of Jesus Christ for us all on the Cross. The issue of sin in the human heart is addressed over and over by a Holy God in the Old Testament Scriptures. We will see how the Old Testament Scriptures point to the centrality of the finished work of Jesus Christ on the Cross for our deliverance from sin’s power in the human heart and soul!
On Tuesday, we will be focusing on the Scriptures found in Romans 4 through 8 regarding the theology of holiness in Paul’s writing, and specifically the issues of sin Paul addresses for the Roman Christians in those five chapters. It will be a walk through the New Testament but we will always be returning to the truths of Romans 6, 7, and 8 which Paul intends for the believer in Christ to be read as one moving thought process. We step into grave error when we divide certain aspects of what he says in any one of those chapters and focus only on what he is saying in that paragraph without setting it in the overall context of chapters 6, 7, and 8.
Chuck Naylor
Jesus’s statement, “Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect” (Matt. 5:48 NIV) can create a great deal of tension in our lives. We wonder, “How can such perfection be possible?” and “How can I, a mere human, be perfect?” In this class we will follow this theme through both the Old and New Testament to discover how this call is not merely a possibility, but is to be a reality in the lives of all Christians.
Theology of Holiness in the Tabernacle
Dr. Joy Moore
Check back here for more information on this seminar.