Houston Reformed 2013 Fall Theological Conference
Friday, September 27, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Christian Devotional Life
HoustonReformed.org invites you to join us on September 27 as Dr. David Murray encourages us from the Lord's Word regarding the Christian devotional life. The schedule for the conference will be:
6 - 6:45 PM
7 - 7:45 PM
1st Lecture: Devotional Life in a Digital Age
Dr. Murray will discuss how the digital revolution has impacted our society and our souls. He will then offer numerous practical tips to help us maintain and grow spiritual lives both as individuals and as families.
8 - 8:45 PM
2nd Lecture: Devotional Life in a Negative Culture
Dr. Murray will discuss the current state of the church and nation as it seems to be getting sucked into an increasingly pessimistic mindset and worldview. He will then propose a number of biblical ways for Christians to rise above it all and to live positively in a negative culture.
Dr. David Murray
Dr. David Murray is Professor of Old Testament and Practical Theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland and worked for five years in financial services before being converted to Christ. He studied for the ministry at Glasgow University and the Free Church of Scotland College (Edinburgh). He was a pastor for 12 years, first at Lochcarron Free Church of Scotland and then at Stornoway Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). From 2002 to 2007, he was Lecturer in Hebrew and Old Testament at the Free Church Seminary in Inverness. He has a Doctor of Ministry degree from Reformation International Theological Seminary for his work relating Old Testament Introduction studies to the pastoral ministry. Dr. Murray joined the faculty of Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in 2007. He and his wife, Shona, have four children: Allan, Angus, Joni, and Amy.
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