|TREC Special Teachers||
Getting the most out of the Bible
Do you struggle with how to read your Bible and get the most out of it? Are you unsure as to how you can have a meaningful devotion time every day? During this two week study Pastor John will share the method he uses in his personal devotions and will outline principles we must follow when we read, interpret and apply the Bible so that it can have a living and central place in our everyday lives.
|May 27 2018||John Mahaffey||Getting the most out of the Bible - Week 1|
|June 3 2018||John Mahaffey||Getting the most out of the Bible - Week 2|
Echoes of the Reformation: Five Truths That Shape the Christian Life
Echoes of the Reformation led by Pastor John is an exploration into the five core truths that came out of the Protestant Reformation 500 years ago. These truths, also known as the five solas, are intensely practical for believers today. In our post Christian culture it’s important to hold the convictions of the great Reformers like Martin Luther and John Calvin, closer than ever. These beliefs were the DNA of the Reformation, and they are still the DNA of the church today. We stand on the shoulders of Christians in the past, and knowing where we came from will help us keep moving forward in the mission to which God has called us.
|October 15 2017||John Mahaffey||Week 1 - Sola Scriptura|
|October 22 2017||John Mahaffey||Week 2 - Sola Gracia|
|October 29 2017||John Mahaffey||Week 3 - Sola Fide|
|November 5 2017||John Mahaffey||Week 4 - Sola Christus|
|November 12 2017||John Mahaffey||Week 5 - Sola Christus Part 2 & Soli Deo Gloria|
No Other Gospel: Reformation 500 and Beyond
The most important event in the last millennium of church history was the Reformation. It entailed a rediscovery of the gospel, the way of true worship, and even the biblical understanding of marriage as a school of sanctification. In the seven weeks of this course, we shall look at the need for the Reformation, its beginnings in Germany with Martin Luther, and the way it spread to France, Holland, and England. Along the way we shall look at the remarkable witness of such believers as John Calvin and Thomas Cranmer, Guido de Bres, Lady Jane Grey, and Zacharias Ursinus, and its relevance for us today. JOIN US to have your mind informed about some of the most crucial events in the history of the Church and to have your heart inspired to serve God with all of your being as these men and women did.
|January 8 2017||Dr. Michael Haykin||Week 1 - The Reformation: Its Causes|
|January 15 2017||Dr. Barry Howson||Week 2 - Martin Luther and justification by faith: life to conversion and discovery of justification|
|January 22 2017||Dr. Barry Howson||Week 3 - Luther as a Reformer, 1517-1525|
|January 29 2017||Dr. Michael Haykin||Week 4 - John Calvin and the French Reformation|
|February 5 2017||Dr. Michael Haykin||Week 5 - William Tyndale and the English Bible|
|February 19 2017||Dr. Michael Haykin||Week 6 - Thomas Cranmer and the Recovery of Worship (The Book of Common Prayer)|
|February 26 2017||Dr. Michael Haykin||Week 7 - Two women of the Reformation: Katherine Parr and Jane Grey|
You Are A Priest Forever: Studies in Hebrews
Hebrews is one of the most challenging portions of Holy Scripture to study, but it is also one of the most essential for our understanding of Jesus' person and ministry. Join us in this study of the first major section of Hebrews, namely, chapters 1-4.
|January 10 2016||Dr. Michael Haykin||You Are A Priest Forever: Studies in Hebrews Part 1 - Week 1|
|January 24 2016||Dr. Michael Haykin||You Are A Priest Forever: Studies in Hebrews Part 1 - Week 3|
|February 14 2016||Dr. Michael Haykin||You Are A Priest Forever: Studies in Hebrews Part 1 - Week 6|
|February 21 2016||Dr. Michael Haykin||You Are A Priest Forever: Studies in Hebrews Part 1 - Week 7|
|February 28 2016||Dr. Michael Haykin||You Are A Priest Forever: Studies in Hebrews Part 1 - Week 8|
Learning To Pray With Jesus: A Study of the Pslams
How did Jesus pray? How did Paul pray? How did the 1st Century church pray? Paul told both the Colossian and Ephesian churches to “speak to one another in psalms...” This gives us a hint as to what some of their praying looked like. The Old Testament Psalter was the prayer-book and worship hymnal of the synagogue and the 1st Century church. As such, it breathes fresh notions of prayer and praise into the church of all times, including our own. Our study will explore the depth and breadth of the wide ranging voices of the psalms preserved for us in God-breathed Scripture, and given to us for our public and private expressions of worship and piety.
|April 6 2014||Dr. David Barker||Week 1 - A Study of the Psalms|
|April 13 2014||Dr. David Barker||Week 2 - A Study of the Psalms: Let's All Use Them|
|April 27 2014||Dr. David Barker||Week 3 - David - "How Long? How Long?"|
|May 4 2014||Dr. David Barker||Week 4 - Yes - Praise and Thanksgiving|
George Whitefield and the Great Awakening
Evangelicalism in early 18th-century Britain was at its lowest spiritual state since the recovery of the Gospel at the time of the 16th-century Reformation. Its recovery came through revival, in which the preaching of one man was especially prominent, George Whitefield. In these two sessions, we look at this revival of Evangelicalism through the ministry of this great evangelist and consider what it has to teach us in our day, a day also of great challenges for Western Evangelicalism.
|March 23 2014||Dr. Michael Haykin||Week 1 - Lessons for Today|
|March 30 2014||Dr. Michael Haykin||Week 2 - Lessons for Today
We apologize, music was also recorded as Dr. Haykin speaks.
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