Calvary University will be hosting the twelfth annual Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics on September 18–19, 2019. The Council on Dispensational Hermeneutics is a forum where traditional dispensationalists discuss issues involving hermeneutics and theological method. This year, the topic of discussion will be “Dispensationalism, Social Justice, and Race.” The schedule for this year’s conference proves to be exciting as leaders and scholars from all over the country explore different aspects of the Biblical view of social justice and racism.
The Burnham Center for Global Engagement presents our annual missions conference: The Conference on Global Engagement. Formerly “Missions Emphasis Week”, the conference has undergone several changes this year to better fit our new course schedules. This January 22-25 Calvary University will host 45 Mission representatives and practitioners from 23 different local and international mission agencies.
Our main speaker for the conference will be Dr. David Brown. “A former Philadelphia lawyer, David and his wife, Karin, have served as church-planters with Biblical Ministries Worldwide, focusing primarily on educating and mentoring national leaders. They worked for twelve years in Johannesburg, South Africa. David has also served as BMW’s Area Director for Africa and Europe. The Browns are returning to South Africa in 2018 to head up the 7 Rivers Outreach, involving a new seminary and biblical counseling center, church-planting, community development, and orphan care among the Zulu in South Africa.”
Dr. Brown will be speaking on the following topics:
Tuesday 1/23 8:00 a.m. Marketplace Ministry Tuesday 1/23 3:30 p.m. Gospel Wildfires
Wednesday 1/24 8:00 a.m. Dialogue with Doubt Wednesday 1/24 3:30 p.m. The Threefold Cord
Other missions representatives will be presenting in seminars throughout those days as well. Representatives will be here from: Biblical Ministries Worldwide, Avant, Crossworld, Ethnos 360, Village Missions, Rural Home Missionary Association, Adelphos-USA, Pioneers, Brazil Gospel Fellowship Mission, Reach Beyond, SIM, FIM, and many more…
We will also be taking special times to pray for our alumni missionaries located around the world and right here at home.
The conference is open to the public. Beginning Monday 1/22 Brochures will be available at the receptionist desk in the Administration Building, for any who would like to attend a Main Session or seminar.
|Tuesday 1/23||Wednesday 1/24|
|8:00||Main Session 1||Main Session 3|
|3:30||Main Session 2||Main Session 4|
Calvary University and the Free Grace Alliance present the 2018 Engaging Grace Conference: “Competing Views of God’s Grace and Why Getting It Right Is So Important!” The Engaging Grace Conference will be held on Wednesday, January 31, 2018 from 8:00-5:00 at Calvary University’s Liberty Chapel, and will address how a Biblical understanding of God’s grace impacts who you are, how you think, how you talk, how you engage with others around you, and how you prioritize.
The Engaging Grace Conference also considers whether or not there is a distinctively Biblical understanding of grace, and what grace really means, and how grace impacts our lives.
The Engaging Grace Conference addresses competing views, focuses on resolving the differences with a Biblical approach, and encourages us to engage grace in our everyday lives, interactions, and ministries.
Like grace itself, this conference is free to the public, but seating is limited. Please register before January 24th HERE.