Prophecy and politics. How can Christians faithfully prophesy in a day when the church struggles with what is Kingdom, and what is country? With the frequent conflation of the Gospel and nationalism, those called to prophesy must go back to the sacred text to avoid misleading or false prophecies. At the 2021 Holy Spirit Seminar learn what constitutes “the Spirit of Prophecy,” faithful methodologies for interpreting Scripture, and discerning the Spirit in a challenging time.


United Theological Seminary Presents: Holy Spirit Seminar

Date: Friday, December 3, 2021

Time: 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Location:
Dayton Vineyard Church
4051 Indian Ripple Road
Beavercreek, OH 45440

Cost:
Early Bird Rates through November 9

General Registration: $69 $59
United Students and Alumni/ae: $39 $29
Livestream: $49
Add on CEU Certificate: $20
Continuing Education Units: 0.5 CEUs

Sponsors:
Aldersgate Renewal Ministries
Dayton Vineyard Church

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Schedule

8:30-9:00 a.m.        Registration / Continental Breakfast

9:00-10:00 a.m.     Welcome and Worship

10:00-11:50 a.m.    Session 1

Noon-1:25 p.m.       Lunch on Your Own

1:30-3:00 p.m.        Session 2

3:00-4:00 p.m.       Dr. Mark Chironna and the Prayer Team – Time of Ministering


Featured Presenter

Bishop Mark J. Chironna is a theo-semiotician, with an earned doctorate from George Fox University in Applied Semiotics and Future Leadership Studies. In addition, he holds a master’s degree in psychology from Saybrook University, and a bachelor’s degree from Wagner College. He is the founding pastor of Church On The Living Edge in Longwood Florida, and oversees The Edge Alliance, a network of churches that relates to his oversight. In addition, he is the founder of The Issachar Initiative, a trans-generational network of thought leaders committed to understanding the times and knowing what to do. He is a proven, prophetically discerning voice globally, and is committed to wrestling with the question: “What is Jesus up to, where is He going, and are we going with Him?”


FAQ

What is the Holy Spirit Seminar?
The Holy Spirit Seminar is a conference on the person and work of the Holy Spirit with different themes each year. The seminar is a one-day event that features the best in pneumatological theory and practice from top Renewalist scholars and practitioners.

What is pneumatology?
The study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit.

What is the mission or goal of the Holy Spirit Seminar?
Our goals are 3-fold: Inspiration, Instruction and Impartation.

The mission of the Holy Spirit Seminar is to allow the person and work of the Holy Spirit to inspire, to instruct and to impart the life of God to United Methodists and to the larger Body of Christ.

When does the Holy Spirit Seminar meet?
It meets annually on the first Friday in December in Dayton, Ohio.

Why do we need an event such as the Holy Spirit Seminar?
“Renewalist Christianity” is the umbrella term for the Global Christian movement that puts an emphasis on the person and work of the Holy Spirit. Renewalist Christianity is a broad, global tradition that comprises Pentecostal, Charismatic, Third Wave, Non-denominational, and other types of “Spirit-filled” Christians. It is the fastest growing and one of the largest expressions of Christianity in the Majority world and in the Global South. Due to its source, growth, size, influence and impact, it is a movement that deserves to be examined and experienced.

What sort of themes does the Holy Spirit Seminar cover?
In the past the seminar has covered topics such as the gifts of the Spirit, prayer, signs and wonders, deliverance, and spiritual warfare.

Who is the Seminar for?
It is for everyone and anyone with a hunger to know more of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. It is not merely for United Methodists or Renewalist Christians, but for all who desire to learn more.

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