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Faulkner Lectures

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Join us for the 2018 Faulkner Lectures on the theme “God Is.” As we examine the first person of the Godhead, we will see how the Father relates to us personally as individuals and corporately as the church. God’s attributes will be presented in ways that will challenge all of us to dedicate our lives in service to him.

Choose Your Topics

We will also explore a wide range of topics relating to family, evangelism, and leadership.

Honoring Excellence

The Friends of the Restoration will host a special series of three lectures and a dinner on Monday, March 5. At the Silver Circle, Alumni, and Friends Dinner on Tuesday evening Billy Lambert will be honored for outstanding service to Faulkner, the church, and the community.

Student Forum

Wednesday afternoon will feature a student forum led by Wissam al-Aethawi, a convert from Islam who was a former member of the Republican Guard in Iraq but is now a gospel preacher who ministers to Muslims. Those who hear his amazing story will be inspired by his courage.

Christianity and Law

A special church and law workshop will be hosted on Thursday, March 8. Dr. Melvin Otey, associate professor at the Jones School of Law, has coordinated a dynamic program addressing the challenges of the legal system to Christianity.

Keynote Speakers

Keynote speakers for chapel and evening sessions—Lonnie Jones, Bill Davis, Andrew Itson, Billy Lambert, and Wissam al-Aethawi—will convict and inspire. The Youth and Family Ministry Summit will provide resources and information to equip and to encourage those who work with families and young people.

Need More Information?

The full program for other special lectures and opportunities for entertainment and fellowship will be available soon.  The Drury Inn in Montgomery (334-273-1101) offers special discounted rates for those who attend Faulkner events.

I look forward to your arrival.

 

Dr. David Hester, Director

334-386-7614 / dhester@faulkner.edu