This past week at ACU was Summit, the event formally known as Lectureship. It was an exciting time where scholars from around the nation (and world) gathered for a forum on issues that are pressing hard against the Christian church (as a whole) in today’s world. Topics covered were in a wide range from worship, to biblical study, to social work, to recycling, and more. The following is a write-up on one particular Summit class that I went to, called “Jesus and Muhammad”.
This weekend I will be heading out on a road trip to Gull Lake, Michigan where I will spend Friday evening through Monday afternoon sitting at the feet of Ray VanderLaan. According to the schedule there are 18 hours of class time! I am pumped up and ready to meet the man that set me on fire for God like never before. It was Ray’s teachings that turned my heart back to God in late 2005 when I heard a recording of him from the now widely circulated Focus on the Family all-day teaching event he did.
One thing I am greatly excited about is finally seeing his pictures. It’s so hard to listen to an audio recording and imagine what he’s pointing at when he says “look at this”. I’ve been told by others that go to these conferences that the pictures are truly amazing.
I am ready to soak it all up and come back to Dallas reinvigorated and loaded with new teaching material. Please pray for our safe travels. Dallas to Gull Lake is a 17 hour drive.
Peace to you,