Come join James Whitman and your friends at JC Studies in a unique exploration of the patterns and principles of discipleship found in the Spring feasts.
Imagine if we could ask Joseph and Mary, the parents of Jesus, why the Lord their God gave regular, annual festivals to them, His covenant people? Using the tools of language and culture we have exciting insights into how they would have responded. If you have a desire to enrich your knowledge of the Bible and deepen your commitment to Jesus as King, you won't want to miss this discipleship weekend.
The purpose of this special weekend seminar is to help followers of Jesus better understand what they read in sacred Scripture. How? By studying the great salvation themes associated with the Spring Feasts, how the early church found them fulfilled in Jesus Christ and what they still have to teach us today!
If you have a desire to enrich your knowledge of the Bible and deepen your commitment to Jesus as King, you won't want to miss this discipleship weekend. There is no financial cost to you for this priceless class. But you do have to come as a student, ready and willing to do some serious study and application.
Family Night, Friday, April 4th (7 to 8:30pm)
Session 1 - Map Reading 101: Where Are We? and, Where Are We Going?
Session 2 - A Special Message for the Whole Family: Living His-Story
Main Seminar, Saturday, April 5th (9:30am to 12:30pm)
Session 3 - The Spring Festivals in the Time of Jesus
Session 4 - What the Early Church Knew
Session 5 - Patterns and Principles of Discipleship in the Spring Feasts
Please Note: Tickets are free and every participant must register, even if you are only able to attend one of the two days. Children ten and under do not need a ticket.
James fuses a passion for people (over twenty years of pastoral ministry) with an emphasis on education (over fourteen years with the Center for Judaic-Christian Studies). He graduated, with honors, from Northwest University (1989) with degrees in Biblical Literature and Pastoral Ministry. Since that time James has devoted himself to training individuals, families and faith communities in the practical dimensions of discipleship from a Hebraic Perspective. James lives in Dayton, Ohio with his wife Tamóra and their four children, where he serves as President of JC Studies.
To help you prepare for this special teaching event, check out the articles at jcstudies.com/celebrate.
The Center for Judaic-Christian Studies
Founded over thirty years ago by Dwight A. Pryor, JC Studies is an evangelical, non-profit teaching ministry with a passion for acclimating Christians to the life and times of Jesus and the early church. Through our educational events leading scholars share their expertise in the language, literature, culture and traditions of Israel during the Second Temple Period, providing important insights into sacred scripture, both old and new.