One of the distinctive elements of the New Testament is its focus on marriage and celibacy as callings by which believers may live out a Christian existence. The full course will introduce key NT texts and themes that speak to matters of embodiment, sexuality, gender, and chastity that Christians face today. This opening lecture lays the groundwork by examining sexuality and marriage in the Genesis and the Old Testament. REGISTER HERE This is the first lecture of the intensive course,…Find out more »
Public Lecture: The Missing Piece – Can You Be An Effective Christian Leader Without Being Entrepreneurial?
There are many sources of information on leadership. Yet, there is a missing piece: the role of entrepreneurial thinking. Dr. Goossen will argue that a leader will only maximize his or her effectiveness by being entrepreneurial and understanding that innovation and creativity are part of a divinely-ordained process and a reflection of our creation in Gods image. These entrepreneurial leaders will have an exponential impact in their spheres of influence. REGISTER HERE This is the first lecture of the intensive…Find out more »
Travelling from Berlin to Geneva, the tour will introduce Christians to the last 500 years of Christian History.Topics to be covered include the Reformations in Continental Europe,Anglican Church and Scotland and their legacies; insights from the Catholic Counter Reformation, the Impact of the Enlightenment on Christian life, the Spiritual Wisdom of German Pietism & English Puritanism, the Great Awakening (including Jonathan Edwards, George Whitefield and the Wesleys/ Methodism) and evangelicalism, Christianity against the Nazis during the 2nd World War and…Find out more »