A key part of the Center’s mission is the edification of local churches through the resources of the theological academy. To actualize this goal, the Center has on certain occasions partnered with a number of churches and organizations from across the country, a number of which are listed below.
December 6, 2008 | Dr. D. A. Carson Research Professor of New Testament, TEDS “A Day with Dr. Don” Mars Hill Church, Seattle, WA
In these incisive and moving addresses, Dr. Carson studied the cross from different angles and genres of Scripture. The Henry Center, in conjunction with our friends in the Resurgence network, is pleased to offer all five sessions. We encourage you to look for the Crossway RE:Lit book, tentatively titled Scandalous, that will feature them in written and edited form.
October 21-23, 2008 | Dr. Richard Averbeck Professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages, TEDS
“The Spiritual Formation of Pastors and Churches” EFCA’s Great Lakes District Annual Conference, The Chapel, St. Joseph, MI
Dr. Averbeck spoke in several highly-attended breakout tracks on the important topic of spiritual formation. He also gave a major conference address on “The Prayers of Jesus”.
October 17, 2007 | Dr. Kevin J. Vanhoozer Research Professor of Systematic Theology, TEDS
“Multiplying Doctrine in the Church” EFCA’s Great Lakes District Annual Conference, Evangelical Free Church of Naperville, IL
This series focused on the concern that doctrine is fast becoming an endangered species in many churches. Dr. Vanhoozer explored ways to revitalize the theological imagination to the glory of God, and offered practical suggestions for pastors aimed at preserving this important part of the congregational ecosystem.
February 23, 2007 | Dr. Stephen Roy Professor of Practical Theology, TEDS
“How Much Does God Foreknow? The Debate and the Difference It Makes” EFCA’s Southeast District Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina
December 5, 2006 | Dr. Stephen Roy Professor of Practical Theology, TEDS “What Open Theism Opens the Door To: Open Theism and the Foreknowledge of God” Trinity’s South Florida Regional Center, Ft. Myers, Florida