NEW ADULT CLASS, MEETS ON WEDNESDAYS in the Oak room at 7 p.m. beginning September 26, led by Pastor Ernie Hess. Each week we will view and discuss a short 15 minute video by Dr. Christopher Hall. . Pastor Hess will provide supplementary materials and activities. This video series of 22 short lessons lays a thorough but accessible foundation for Christian Spirituality. The videos are available online so if you miss a class, you can easily catch up on what you missed https://renovare.org/messages/foundations-lesson-1-the-call-to-discipleship
Foundations 1: The Call to Discipleship
Foundations 2: What God is Like
Foundations 3: The Jewish Eschatological Hope
Foundations 4: Living Between the Ages
Foundations 5: Flesh as Fallen Human Nature
Foundations 6: Corporate Flesh
Foundations 7: Personality, Place, and Provision
Foundations 8: The Disciple as Both Steward and Sinner
Foundations 9: Provision and Self-Deception
Foundations 10: Why is It so Hard to Face the Truth?
Foundations 11: Embodied Selves
Foundations 12: In the Field of the Spirit
Foundations 13: The Spiritually-Disciplined Person
Foundations 14: Meditation, Learning to Listen
Foundations 15: How Do We Meditate?
Foundations 16: Introduction to Prayer
Foundations 17: The Perplexity of Unanswered Prayer
Foundations 18: More on Unanswered Prayer
Foundations 19: Prayer, in Conclusion
Foundations 20: The Discipline of Silence and Solitude
Foundations 21: The Discipline of Simplicity
Foundations 22: The Discipline of Confession
Chris Hall currently serves as President of Renovaré. Previously Chris was Director of Academic Spiritual Formation and Distinguished Professor of Theology at Eastern University. Chris is the author of a number of books, including The Mystery of God (with Steven D. Boyer; Baker Academic), Reading Scripture with the Church Fathers, Learning Theology with the Church Fathers, Worshiping with the Church Fathers (InterVarsity Press), and The Trinity (with Roger Olson; Eerdmans). His most recent book is Living Wisely with the Church Fathers (Intervarsity Press). Chris and his wife Debbie reside in Philadelphia. They have three grown children.