Category Archives: Recordings 2018

The Person and Work of the Holy Spirit

C&C Workshop — David Herling

The Holy Spirit is one of the most important people in the New Testament, and the key to understanding the New Testament church, so why do we talk about him so rarely? Have you ever wondered why Jesus would say that we are better off with the Holy Spirit than we would be with him physically here among us (John 16:7)? This workshop is an introduction not to a topic but to a Person, one who lives in the heart of every believer! What are spiritual gifts? How do I use my spiritual gifts responsibly? Includes both practical theology and application.

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An Introduction to Interpreting Dreams

C&C Workshop — Liz Lezon

Have you ever experienced a dream so vivid, you thought it was real? Or had one years ago you could never forget? Did you know that God communicates to us through dreams? Join us to learn what the Bible says about dreams and how these keys can unlock your understanding on He longs to speak to us today!

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A good Offense is a good Defense

C&C Workshop — Miguel Rodriguez

This workshop will cover how we can use biblical evidence to defend our beliefs in the face of secular arguments. We will explore what you believe and how to use the Bible to answer difficult questions. The workshop will cover a form of Christian theology that aims to present historical, reasoned, and evidential bases for Christianity, defending it against common objections.

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Who is the Holy Spirit?

Youth Workshop — David Herling

The New Testament church experienced healing, prophecy, miracles, and more, all tied to the mysterious and wonderful Person of the Holy Spirit. Today, the Holy Spirit still lives inside the hearts of believers, and this workshop is an introduction to him! Come to learn about what the Holy Spirit is doing today, come to learn about spiritual gifts and the power of God, but most of all come to meet the Person whom Jesus sent to live in your heart!

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Who Am I?

Youth Workshop — Josh Kim

Our identity is the foundation of our lives. What we think about ourselves and what God thinks about us ultimately shape who we become and what we do. As second-generational (or even third-generational) Asian-Americans, identity can be somewhat challenging growing up bi-culturally. On top of that, we also face the challenge of living out our Kingdom identity and culture in the world. This seminar will practically help out how we can discover our identity from a cultural perspective, kingdom perspective, and calling/destiny perspective.

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God, is that you? Learning to Hear the Voice of God

Youth Workshop — Ellen Hwang

Ever wonder if when you’re trying to hear what God saying is really from God or just in your head? If you’re looking for a formula, you can forget it because there isn’t one. God speaks to each person in different ways because He has created each one of us to be unique. We’ll learn how you can figure out what your ways are so as you grow in your relationship with Him, you’ll be able to discern what’s from Him and what’s not.

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Creativity Isn’t a Talent

Youth Workshop — Sam Won

Creativity is more than just art or the performing arts. It’s the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like, and to create meaningful new ideas, forms, methods, interpretations, etc.; originality, progressiveness, or imagination. Too often creativity is considered to be a talent or an ability, but as children of God, it’s a birthright. Having been created in the image of the Creator, it is only natural for us to create. This means that creativity isn’t a skill set, but a mindset. Dive deeper into your identity and learn more about the value of creating. It isn’t limited to just some of God’s children, but all.

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Battling Anxiety & Depression

Youth Workshop — Elissa Lin Rathe

It’s not unusual for us to experience feeling down at times or discouraged, especially with all the pressures and expectations surrounding us. However, for many, this is something more serious than just an occasional sadness. Are you or know someone who is overly worried about things that others around you don’t seem to be? Before you go diagnosing or self-diagnosing, let’s learn what the real signs are and what we can do about helping someone or ourselves who may be struggling these ways. In this workshop, we will tackle anxiety and depression from Biblical and psychological perspectives. We’ll also gain a better understanding of the nature and causes of anxiety and depression, and what the Bible says how we can battle against them. Practical and scriptural steps will be delineated to help us fight against these common issues.

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