In this seminar, Dr. Daniel Akin addresses the basics of biblical hermeneutics, such as, but not limited to:
-authorial intent in biblical interpretation
-the difference that understanding the genre of a text makes on interpretation
-allowing the biblical author to structure your teaching outline
-free online Bible study resources
President of the Southern Baptist Convention, Fred Luter, presenting message at the Annual Meeting 2013 of the Baptist Resource Network of the Baptist Convention of Pennsylvania/South Jersey. November 7, 2013.
This workshop was presented at the Michigan Church Equipping Conference. Dr. Iorg analyses the Discipleship process in the New Testament church at Antioch and makes application to contemporary churches.
Introduction to Human Trafficking Part I: Definition and Scope
This session - part 1 of 4 - provides a basic introduction to human trafficking with a particular emphasis on trafficking as it occurs domestically. Maryland is used as an example of one state with high probability factors for human trafficking.
Special Needs: Adaptive Teaching and Accommodations
Children, regardless of their abilities, have a specific ways that they learn best. Learn to use multi-sensory and adaptive teaching techniques to accommodate the needs of every child. These accommodations will also help with overall classroom management.
This workshop builds on the basic principles introduced in Coaching to Equip and Empower and is designed for men and women who have been serving in a ministerial leadership role and seek to serve as a coach. Participants will be taught how to use coaching techniques , resources, methods and ministry guidance plans in a coaching relationship.
Introduction to Human Trafficking Part III: The Church's Response
This session - part 3 of 4- is a call for the Church to engage on this issue of Human Trafficking. The session provides a brief Biblical mandate and then focuses on specific ways that the Faithful can make an impact in awareness, advocacy, prevention and ministry.