Tuesday, October 15, 2019

2:30 – 3:30 pm

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

2:30 – 3:30

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Friday, October 18, 2019

2:30 – 3:30

4:00 – 5:00 pm


Theistic Evolution: Roger Norman

Many believers today are confused: did Yahweh create the heavens and earth in only 6 literal 24 hour days approximately 6,000 years ago, or did He do it using evolution over millions of years. Why is this issue important? If Satan can knock out the first few chapters of Genesis, he can knock out the gospel message of Yeshua, His redemption and new life.

Noah, the Ark, and the Flood: Roger Norman

We will examine scientific evidence related to the Biblical account of Noah, his Ark, and the worldwide Flood. Topics covered include geological evidence of fossils, rock layers and best of all, dinosaurs. Questions answered include: Could all the animals fit on the ark? Could enough food be on board, and what about waste disposal? Could human, plant and animal life repopulate to the extent we now see in only 4,300 years since the worldwide flood?

Faith & Family Journaling for Women: Naomi O’Donovan

Topics covered: Explore ways to write your family’s ‘Book of Remembrance,’ the importance of creating prayer & gratitude journals, adapting journaling to fit a homeschool curriculum, expanding journals to include art and visuals and using daily writing to prepare for and write a memoir.

Basic Apologetic s – Atonement, New Birth and Baptism: Michael Peebles

This is a look at Scripture regarding Atonement, the New Birth and Baptism, and their relationship to one another. Among other things, this teaching looks at similarities and differences abetween the mikveh that is contemplated for cleansing and baptism for followers of the Way.

Fatherhood – constructing to fit the family: Michael Peebles

This is a look at Scripture and practice with a view toward constructing a household that purposefully makes customized spaces for the members of the family in which they can excel in personal development as well as in their relationships with YHWH, other family members, and the world around them.

Children’s Activity – Torah Art Party: Anne Olwin
Make a plaque of your own design with Hebrew lettering for your sukkah
or your bedroom. For ages 5 – 12

Make a Shema Plaque: Anne Olwin
Create a Shema of your own design. Leave class with a Shema on a
plaque for your house, sukkah or gate. For adults and teens (ages 13 & up)

Wholesome Family Dynamics – Raising positive kids in a negative world:

Matthew Crockett

Good to Great in God’s Eyes: Sid Hughes

Thoughts For Young Men