EP Wahl Lectures have been a significant continuing education event for church leaders, students and academics for almost 30 years. It was established by Dr. E.P.Wahl, the founder and first president of Christian Training Institute, now Taylor Seminary.
The Purpose of the E.P. Wahl Lecture Series is:
- to encourage those who are serving in local ministry;
- to address topics of interest and need;
- to supplement the seminary education of our students;
- to strengthen the ministry of the seminary to the wider community;
- to provide a forum for evangelical scholarship.
Under the auspices of this lectureship, a distinguished scholar and ministry practitioner is brought to the campus each year to bring a series of lectures on issues related to the challenges of contemporary ministry.
Taylor Seminary has been honored by numerous accomplished and fascinating presenters including:
2015: to be announced
Dr. Howard Hendricks
Dr. Leith Anderson
Dr. Calvin Miller
Dr. Stuart Briscoe
Dr. William Willimon
Dr. Marva Dawn
Dr. Archibald Hunt
Dr. Alan Roxburgh
Dr. Os Guinness
Dr. John Stakehouse
Dr. Douglas J. Moo
Dr. Glen Stassen
Dr. Reginald Bibby
Dr. James K.A. Smith<
The onWord Conference features a plenary speaker with a Bible topic. The conference includes a number of workshops and breakout sessions where scholars and Bible teachers will help us journey through scripture, exploring, discovering, tasting and understanding. Join us for onWORD: the conference, a journey through scripture - an exploration of Biblical proportions!
Serving those in ministry is at the heart of the Healthy Pastors Initiative. Creating a community of care for fellow pastors, for discussion, prayer and peer support is another vital purpose for this initiative.Through workshops and retreats like THRiVE, pastors and leaders will explore the practical issues that need to be considered as well as topics such as: the common pitfalls of ministry, such as isolation and stress, and focus on some best practices to foster long-term ministry health. Among the key areas to be discussed are:
- Spiritual Formation
- Emotional and Cultural Intelligence
- Leadership and Management
- Marriage and Family
This one day Church Administrative Professionals' Symposium is a time of inspiration and professional devleopment for those on the front line of ministry. Join office staff from churches, camps, agencies and non-profits as they take time to re-invest in their life's ministry.
New this year was the "Lunch & Learn" event for Church Administrative Professionals -- Sold out! Two new dates for the Lunch & Learn events are planned:
February 25, 2015 Good Churches Don't have Conflict, Do They?
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