Listed below are several webinars scheduled for the months ahead.
Participants must register for each webinar you wish to attend.
Instructions will be sent to your email.
Free-will donation: online credit card (secure payment)
or mail check to: Heartland Center for Spirituality. 3600 Broadway. Great Bend, KS 67530.
– format will include presentation, short break, then time for questions and comment.
Critical Thinking Skills and the Media. Philip St. Romain, D. Min.
June 11, 2020. 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. CDT
So many types of media these days, often with conflicting messages. Who to believe, and why? This presentation will provide a few simple guidelines for filtering out what’s genuine and what’s bogus. Consumers of media need, especially, to be careful about what messages we promote on social media.
Covid-19 Conspiracy Theories and the “Mark of the Beast.” Philip St. Romain, D. Min. and Jerry Truex, Ph.D.
July 9, 2020. 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. CDT
Is the global pandemic all a ruse by governments to enslave people through vaccines? Is radiation from 5G towers causing Covid-19 symptoms? These and other theories are often linked with the “mark of the beast” mentioned in Rev. 13:16-17. Come and find out what the fuss is all about, and what the “mark of the best” really means.
Can a Christian Believe in Evolution? Philip St. Romain, D. Min.
August 13, 2020. 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. CDT
What is the status of evolutionary biology in Christianity today? What are some of the tensions? How might we understand God’s workings through history if we accept evolution? These and other questions will be explored.
What Does it Mean to be Pro-Life? Philip St. Romain, D. Min.
September 10, 2020. 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. CDT
An election is coming up in the U.S. and in other countries, and many evaluate the candidates in terms of which one is more “pro-life.” But what do we really mean by this term? What do different religions and churches have to say about it? This presentation will stimulate your thinking about these questions.
Dr. Jerry Truex (MDiv Mennonite Brethren Biblical Seminary, PhD University of Durham), retired professor of biblical studies and former pastor of the Mennonite Church of the Servant in Wichita Kansas.
Philip St. Romain, D. Min. is the author of 25 books on Christian prayer, theology and spirituality. He is currently on the staff of Heartland Center for Spirituality, in Great Bend, KS, and resides in Wichita, KS.