6/9/13 What is Quakerism?
6/16/13 What is the ground for belief and behavior?
6/23/13 What is the path to peace?
6/30/13 What is meant by "all people are created equal"?
Panel: Jonathan Switzer, Senior Pastor at Crossroads Valley Chapel; Annette Breiling, Founder of Friends Meeting School in Ijamesville and Trustee of Sandy Spring Friends School.
7/7/13 What are the major views on the Lord's Supper?
7/14/13 Does one's view on the Lord's Supper matter?
7/21/13 What are the major views on church liturgy?
7/28/13 Does the church's liturgical practice matter?
Panel: Jonathan Switzer, Senior Pastor at Crossroads Valley Chapel; John Bromhal, Senior Pastor at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Damascus.
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Abraham George and his wife Romila are with India Campus Crusade for Christ. He recently helped lead a training designed to build powerful ministry teams and help strengthen the system of coaching. They also held a Christmas outreach among students, a program with skits called "Hope - Jesus Is", on December 15. The team is also hoping to take the program to "closed" college campuses that would allow a quality Christmas program.
Mark Green retired from Exxon Mobil and in August was named the new president and COO of the White Horse Inn, a multimedia catalyst for reformation. White Horse Inn is home to the White Horse Inn radio broadcast and Modern Reformation magazine. The name White Horse Inn is based on a a tavern of the same name in Cambridge, England on the campus of King's College, where in 1520, a small band of English scholars began to meet regularly to discuss the German Reformer's writings, along with Erasmus' recently completed Greek New Testament. See the announcement and picture of Mark here.
Greg Joines tells us that Solomon Kim has decided to partner with them in establishing a church and RUF in Corvallis, Oregon, home to Oregon State University. Learn more on their Web site here. Greg has participated in several events on campus and continues a dialogue with students. He has been preaching at several churches in the area.
Michael Lee and his wife Tricia are serving with Mission to the World in Mexico. They recently moved the location of their office near the Metrorrey (Monterrey's mass-transit light rail system) to be closer to downtown. A reporter for the L.A. Times wrote an article about the work they are doing in Monterrey here.
Also Michael and others have discussed theological training for the Northern Mexico Church Planting and Multiplication Movement and have made significant changes in order to prepare new church planters. At first they offered classes on nights and Saturdays due to the financial hardship of working and attending seminary, and now they offer week-long, all-day intensive classes that they call the "incubator". The first one was held in August, and it was the first of four scheduled over the course of the next two years.