2015 Conference Schedule

Wednesday, September 9th

·      1:30 PM: Registration & Check-In

·      3:15 PM: General Session 1 - Tony Sanelli: The Sufficiency of Christ for the New Birth

·      4:30 PM: The Cornerstone Bible College and Seminary Fellowship - Light snacks in the multi-purpose room

·      5:30 PM: Dinner - on your own

·      7:00 PM: General Session 2 - Scott Ardavanis: The Doctrine of Justification

Thursday, September 10th

·      8:00 AM: Continental Breakfast

·      9:00 AM: General Session 3 - Scott Ardavanis: The Relationship between Justification and Sanctification

·      10:15 AM: Break

·      10:45 AM: Seminar Session: See titles descriptions below

·      Noon: Complimentary Lunch

·      1:30 PM: General Session 4  

·      2:45 PM: Break

·      3:15 PM: General Session 5 - Phil Foley: The Power of Christ for Holy Living

·      4:30 PM: Break

·      5:00 PM: Dinner - on your own

·      7:00 PM: General Session 6 - Doug Thompson: The Spirit Helps Our Weakness

Friday, September 11th

·      8:00 AM: Continental Breakfast

·      9:00 AM: General Session 7 - Cliff McManis: Christ's Power over Depression

·      10:15 AM: Break

·      10:45 AM: General Session 8 - Tony Arnds: The Great Physician


Seminars

  • Mike Canham

There is an inseparable link between Christ as the living Word of God (John 1:1; 1 John 1:1) and the Scripture as the written Word of God (Hebrews 4:12). If it’s not possible to properly handle the Word of God unless we see Christ proclaimed and exalted in it (e.g., Luke 24:24, 44-46), it’s equally true that it’s not possible to exalt Christ the Living Word unless we also exalt the word of God — especially when we read in the Psalms that God Himself has exalted His Word above His own name (Psalm 138:2).

Both Jesus (John 14:6) and the Scriptures (Psa 19:7-9; John 17:17) are explicitly said to embody truth. Accordingly, the only way to be truly Christ-centered in our preaching is to affirm the absolute inerrancy of Scripture. This year’s seminar is intended to serve as a sequel to last years in developing a biblical theology of inerrancy, by examining the scriptural texts that specifically affirm inerrancy and developing their implications for Christ-centered preaching. 

DOWNLOAD: Biblical Inerrancy and Christ-centeredness

  • Vincent Bradshaw

The New Covenant is an Old Testament promise God gave to Israel and Judah (Jeremiah 31:31).  Then how does the Church get into the Covenant?  If the Church is in, is the nation Israel out?  If both are in, how does that play out chronologically during the End Times?  What does Christ and the New Testament have to say about these issues?  These are some of the fascinating questions that this seminar will explore.

DOWNLOAD: The New Covenant, Israel & the Church

  • Patty Ardavanis (Ladies)

Along with the many joys and privileges of being married to a Shepherd in the household of God, there is also the certain reality of suffering. In this session for women we will see how The Promise of God given to us in 1 Peter 5:10 is an encouragement and comfort to our hearts in ministry today.