From debt to prosperity Send a link to a friend
[MARCH 4, 2006] EMDEN -- Tired of struggling with money issues? Have you ever...
Or, would you just like to learn how to manage your money better?
Gary Edwards, vice president of stewardship at Lincoln Christian College, has helped thousands to get their financial lives in order. He will lead a free seminar that is entertaining, motivating and life-changing and can bring an end to worrying about money. He will provide seven basic principles that lead to financial success and a practical five-step plan that can have most people debt-free within 10 years -- including their mortgage. You will learn to escape the bondage of debt, which will result in happier family relationships. This seminar can change your life and give you the confidence to face the future.
The seminar will be presented at Emden Christian Church on April 8 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch will be provided.
Call (217) 376-3387 to register, or register online at www.emdenchristianchurch.org.
Lenten services begin at Good Shepherd Send a link to a friend
[FEB. 25, 2006] Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 1140 North State, will have Wednesday evening services in observance of Lent. Ash Wednesday is the beginning of Lent, a time used for reflection in preparation for Easter. Services will be each Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., and fellowship will follow the service, with coffee and snacks served.
Good Shepherd invites anyone interested in examining the meaning of baptism and God's grace to join them on Wednesdays beginning March 1 through April 5.
'Emerging, Irrelevant or Transformational?' Send a link to a friend
[FEB. 25, 2006] Robert Douglas will present a lectureship at Lincoln Christian College and Seminary on March 22. The theme is "Emerging, Irrelevant or Transformational? The Church in the 21st Century." The sessions are free and open to the public.
March 22 lectureship schedule:
All sessions will be in Restoration Hall, R-49.
Dr. Douglas has been professor of intercultural studies at Lincoln Christian Seminary since 1994. He has a background of more than 10 years of missions experience in Libya, Egypt and Lebanon. While in Beirut, he founded and directed the Middle East Bible Training College. He served for eight years as the executive director of the Zwemer Institute of Muslim Studies, an organization that trained church planters for work among Muslims.
Douglas has served as preaching minister for churches in Oklahoma, Texas and California. He has had extensive teaching experience at both secular and Christian universities, including Fuller Theological Seminary and Pepperdine University.
He holds a doctorate in religion from the University of Southern California, a master's in missiology from the School of World Mission at Fuller Theological Seminary and a master's in New Testament from Abilene Christian University.
Lincoln Christian Seminary provides several lectureships each year for the enrichment of the academic and spiritual lives of students as well as guests from the community and surrounding area. Guest lecturers for past annual lectureships have featured such outstanding individuals as Eugene Peterson, Walter Kaiser, Thomas Oden, Ted Ward, Robert Clinton, Kenneth Gangel, Raymond Bakke, Paul L. Maier and Robert Webber.
The noon session on March 22 will be a brown-bag lunch; please call the seminary office for reservations. More information can be obtained by calling the seminary office at (217) 732-3168, ext. 2354.
[Lincoln Christian College and Seminary news release]
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