As Christian disciples, we are not passive spectators but energetic participants in God’s activity in the world. While each person may engage in discipleship differently, learning with and from others fosters spiritual growth. Join us for insight from various speakers during Lent—a time to re-focus and re-commit to the on-going process of discipleship.
Dr. Osvaldo Vena—professor of New Testament at Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary, an author, and a musician—will begin this series on March 5 and 12 with “Ethics of Interpretation.”
Dr. Gene Green, a Gary church member and professor of New Testament at Wheaton College, will discuss "Discipleship According to Peter, Paul, and Mary" on March 19, 26, and April 9.
On April 2, Lora Church and her daughter Shandiin will discuss "Faith and Ceremony: Life Cycle Stories that Enrich our Walk With Christ," highlighting Native American culture and ceremonies woven in their faith walk. Attendees will hear, taste, touch and smell elements of the first laugh and coming-of-age ceremonies.