Vessels of Honor Sessions

This year we are please to have Keith Keyser, Steve Price, and Jonathan Peck as our primary speaker with June Peck, Hannah Kelderman and Caleb Trent as elective speaker.

Caleb Trent

Modern Idolatry
Gleaning lessons from the Old Testament as we look at areas which pose a challenge for those who seek to follow Jesus with an undivided heart.
How to Love People Like Jesus
A brief examination of the habits of our Lord and how He models the perfect friend in seven areas.

Hannah Kelderman

The Rebellion of Rest
Rediscovering the Lord's rest in the midst of a restless church and world

June Peck

Life Lessons for the Christian Woman
Examples and advice drawn from personal experiences in the USA and overseas

Jonathan Peck

False Doctrines Gaining Traction in the Contemporary Church
Examining some of the heresies and false doctrines creeping into present‐day churches
Marriage Perspectives for a Skittish Unmarried Generation
Reorienting our hearts and minds to God’s view of marriage and commitment so we are not afraid of marriage.

Keith Keyser

Private and Public Worship
A practical look at what goes into our personal worship of the Lord and its public outflow in the assembly of His people.
The Problem of Pain
Answering the common criticism of God ‐ if there is a loving God and He is all‐powerful, then why is there so much pain and suffering in the world? We'll look at this from the perspective of skeptics, seekers, and believers.

Steve Price

Biblical starting point to the area of mental health
Today’s mental health perspectives are looming large over Biblical authority and in some cases dictating Biblical interpretation or truth. How does mental health interface with the Word of God? Are they compatible? How does the field of science compliment or contradict the Ancient of Days? This seminar will set the initial foundation for just such questions and lay the groundwork for the myriads of topics that incorporate the discussion of mental health.
Cultural influences upon Biblical thinking
"Culture" is a common term that we use either as an excuse or as a reason to support our conclusions and actions. Is this right? Just how does our culture affect our Biblical perspective? How should it affect us? What are the cultural trends that are impacting our Biblical mindset? What should be our responses to such areas as: (1) Social issues competing for first place; (2) sinful behavior masquerading as human rights violations; (3) consumerism and its impact on the idea of "doing church." These and other more specific topics will be addressed during this seminar.