Dr. van Voorhis will be the featured speaker at the Saturday am bible study at Redeemer Lutheran on January 12. Breakfast will be served at 8:30a, all are welcome to attend.
Please contact the church directly for additional information as needed.
Dr. Adam Francisco will be teaching on Apologetics and his work with the book Resurrection Fact. This is a men’s fellowship event hosted by Christ Lutheran Brea. There will be a breakfast served at 8a and Dr. Francisco will speak at 8:30a for about 90 minutes. Please contact the church directly for more details.
Dr. Keith will be teaching on Sunday, February 3, in the worship services at Lutheran Church of the Cross. There are three (3) services at the Laguna Woods campus, 7:45a, 9 & 11a and a 9:45a service at the Aliso Viejo campus. Please contact the church directly for additional information. (949) 837-4673
Dr. Keith will be speaking at St. John’s Lutheran in New Boston in February. This event will be a 2 hour seminar on Friday evening focusing on the Authority of Scripture with an Introduction to Apologetics. For more information about this event, please visit the church’s website or call St. John’s directly at (734) 654-6366.
Dr. Scott Keith will be the guest speaker at an Apologetics Seminar hosted by St. John's Lutheran in Fraser, MI. For more information on this event and registration, please call the church directly at 586.293.0333.
Sharing the faith we hold so dear is often a frightening idea. What if those with whom we share the faith have questions, concerns, or objections we cannot answer. Dr. Keith will help attendees to understand the faith we hold and will provide some answers to common questions and objections. There will be a Q/A session at the conclusion of this talk.
Several of our speakers will be presenting at this conference in Phoenix, AZ in February. Dr. Scott Keith, Cindy Koch and Dr. Jeff Mallinson will all be holding multiple workshops.
The annual BPM Conference, hosted by Christ Church-Lutheran, is a 3 day free event with helpful and encouraging sessions for church & lay leadership. This event is free to attend, but registration is necessary to attend. The conference schedule can be viewed here. Below are samples of some of the talks to be offered by our speakers.
How the Gospel Can Help Your Marriage Survive Drawing from his book Sexy: The Quest for Erotic Virtue in Perplexing Times, Mallinson will share three ways in which understanding and applying the Gospel within the home can transform and heal marriages. He will include some stories from his own marriage.
A Woman's Freedom Re-examined A closer look at the popular view of freedom in our culture and what this means for the women who sit in our pew on Sunday morning. We will explore how our culture understands a woman’s freedom and ways it may be damaging to our sisters in Christ.
Being Dad This session addresses the way fathers, and the subject of fatherhood, are treated in modern culture. Dr. Keith’s rich experience with family, students, great mentors, and friends motivate him to to speak into a subject that is crying out for attention. During this session, Dr. Keith draws upon his Christian faith, a scholarly eye for detail, and an ear for story along on the journey, as he works with his audience to navigate a path to a better country where the Father blesses His children and is honored.
CHF is a holding a City Event in Austin, Texas hosted by Austin Korean Presbyterian Church on Saturday, March 9th. The theme is The Christ, the Cross and the Christian. Come join us for this one day event full of singing, teaching and fellowship. This event is free, but please do register!
The line up of speakers:
Scott Keith, Chad Bird, Daniel Emery Price, Donavon Riley, Dan Van Voorhis, Valerie Locklair speakers
Music by Communion Arts Blake Flattley
Cindy will be speaking at the WatersEdge Frisco Annual Women’s Retreat in April. This yearly gathering has enfolded several other local churches and currently has about 80 women who gather for encouragement, spiritual instruction and fellowship.
Cindy will be speaking on the topic of prayer.
To find out more about this event, click here.
CHF is a holding a City Event in Des Moines, Iowa hosted by Grandview University on Saturday, April 13th. The theme is The Hard Sayings of Jesus. Come join us for this one day event full of singing, teaching and fellowship. This event is free, but please do register!
The line up of speakers:
Scott Keith, Chad Bird, Daniel Emery Price, Ken Jones, Cindy Koch, Russ Lackey speakers
Music by Communion Arts’ Blake Flattley
Dr. Montgomery will be presenting at the Evangelical Philosophical Society’s 2018 National Annual Meeting in Denver, CO. His paper is titled Four Pneumatological Issues for Philosophical and Theological Reflection. For more detail, click the link above.
Dr. Montgomery will be a featured speaker at the Issues, Etc - Making the Case Conference. His lecture is entitled Making a Legal Case for the Resurrection of Christ. For more information about this conference and registration, please visit the conference site.
Dr. Siemon-Netto will be speaking at Concordia University of Nebraska on Sunday evening Nov 4, in Weller Hall. Dr. Siemon-Netto will be addressing God’s Divine Call to the Polls with a Q/A at the end of his talk. With regard to the forthcoming midterm elections in the U.S., Dr. Uwe Siemon-Netto will present a two-part, non-partisan lecture explaining the voters’ significance from a Lutheran perspective.
All are invited to a reception immediately following in the lobby of Weller Hall.
This event is open to the public and there is no cost. For additional information please contact Professor Tobin Beck at 402-643-7343.
Dr. Siemon-Netto will be speaking on Reformation Sunday (Oct 28) at Lutheran Church of the Cross in Laguna Woods. This late afternoon gathering will also include a lovely catered German dinner feast.
God’s Call to the Polls will be the overall headline of two presentations by Dr. Siemon-Netto. The first of these nonpartisan sessions, titled One Lord, Two Kingdoms: The Lutheran Paradox, will cover the Christian’s dual citizenship in God’s two distinct realms. After dinner, Dr. Siemon-Netto will speak on Voting, a Divine Vocation.
For more information about the event, and to purchase tickets to attend, please call 949-837-4673, or visit the church website here.
Dr. Rosenbladt will present two sessions on Saturday. The first session at 10a followed by lunch at 11:30a. The second session will begin at 12:15p and run until 1p.
Dr. Rosenbladt will lead the study to “look under the hood” at those issues which gave birth to the Reformation and which continue to be defining for Lutheran Christians.
On Sunday, Oct 28, at 11:30a there will be a Q/A session on this subject following the regular morning worship service.
To inquire directly about this event, please contact the church office at 949-759-1031.
White Horse Inn is holding a forum on The Influence of Religion on Government in Early America at the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, CA. This event will feature speakers, Dr. Michael Horton, Dr. David Corbin & Dr. Adam Francisco. It will be moderated by Frank Gannon, special assistant to the White House during the Nixon years.
Registration and tickets are required - click here for more details and tickets.
Dr. Montgomery will be teaching a six-part course based on his recent book, Always Be Ready: A Primer on Defending the Christian Faith. The format will be two 45-minute lectures per night, over three (3) Wednesday nights (Oct 24, Oct 31, Nov 7) at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Each evening will run for approximately 2 hours, beginning at 7:00 pm.
Registration is open to the public. Please contact the church directly for more information at 714-774-0993, ext. 2431
Dr. Montgomery will teach a Bible class on Sunday morning at Prince of Peace Lutheran in Anaheim. His topic will be An Intro to Apologetics and will include a Q/A session.
Please contact the church directly at 714-774-0993, ext. 2431 for more information.
Join us for this 2nd annual conference, as we celebrate the legacy of the 1517 Reformation and focus on this year’s theme, The Theology of the Cross. This is a full 3-day event attended by hundreds of people. For details and registration information, click here.
Our featured speakers include Jeff Mallinson, Daniel Emery Price, Elyse Fitzpatrick, James Nestingen, Steven Paulson, John Pless, Matt Popovits, David Zahl, Rod Rosenbladt, and more. To view the full schedule & speaker lineup, click here.
Valerie will be speaking at the Servants of Christ Seminar at Concordia University of Wisconsin on Saturday, Oct 13. This event is aimed at students in grades 5-8. Registration is open and available until Oct 12.
Her lecture topic will be [un]Apologetic, and will focus on these themes:
Why do you believe what you believe? What does it mean to give a defense of Christianity, and why should we bother with apologetics? These questions won't wait until college, and they won't wait until you decide you're ready to answer them. Is it possible to live an unapologetically apologetic lifestyle in all of our vocations at any age? In Christ, the answer is a resounding "yes" as the Holy Spirit calls, sanctifies, and enlightens us to defend the faith to a world at war.
Cindy will be speaking at Redeemer Lutheran on October 13 for their Community Breakfast and Bible Study series. Her topic will be What's Wrong with Women's Bible Studies. She’ll discuss a few popular Bible Studies, and compare them to the Word of God using Proverbs as a case study. You’ll discover what is missing from most Women’s Bible Studies, and why it might be damaging to your faith in Christ.
This event is open to all, and begins at 8:30 am with a fantastic breakfast! Please contact the church directly for questions.
Kelsi will be presenting a breakout session on Friday, October 12 at the Mockingbird Fall Conference . . . you won't want to miss this opportunity to hear a variety of powerful speakers on the topic of Grace in an Age of Distraction. For registration and detailed schedule information, visit the Mockingbird website.
You’re invited to attend a two-night event featuring Dr. John Warwick Montgomery at One Love Church. Dr. Montgomery will be speaking on Defending the Faith in the Public Square. This two-part engagement is free and open to the public. October 11 & 12 (Thursday & Friday) evenings, at 7:30-9:00 pm. 45-minute lecture plus Q & A. Contact the church directly for more information.
Dr. Montgomery will be teaching a Bible class Sunday morning at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Beverly Hills. The topic will be Why We Can Trust the Bible: Scriptural Authority. Please contact Pastor Ed Killian directly at 310-874-7161 for additional information.
Dr. Scott Keith will be teaching at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on Saturday, October 6, 9:00-10:30 am. The topic will be Why the Church Needs Masculine Men. The event is open to all men - please RSVP for a breakfast at 8:30 am. Click here for registration details at Prince of Peace.
Pastor Erickson will be a featured speaker at the Central Illinois District Pastors’ Conference this October 1-3 at the Lutheran Church of St. John in Quincy, IL. He’ll be lecturing on A Year of Grace Begins: Bo Giertz and the Application of the Gospel in Advent. Bror will be looking at the life, theology and homiletical approach of Bo Giertz in and through his Advent sermons.
Jeff Mallinson & Daniel van Voorhis, co-hosts of the Virtue in the Wasteland podcast, as well as 1517 authors & speakers, are going on a road trip the end of September. They’ll be traveling around the southeastern states on a spontaneous journey to meet their fans and the public, looking for mutual encouragement and inspiration! If you’d like to learn more about this journey - check it out over at the Virtue in the Wasteland site.
Dr. Montgomery will be a featured speaker at the Christian Legal Fellowship 2018 National Conference. His lectures topics are: A Lawyer’s Defense of Christianity, and No Religion, No Human Rights. The sessions are on Friday at 3:15 pm and Saturday at 3:45 pm. For more information visit the conference site linked above.
Cindy will be speaking at a luncheon for pastors wives on Monday, Sept 24 at the PSD Pastors Conference in Palm Springs, CA. Cindy's topic will be, The Pastor’s Bride: Our Forgotten Story
For every woman, identity is important. A Pastor’s wife is no exception! All the struggles and joys that are involved with this unique position can be just as overwhelming as any other vocation. Together we will remember our story, and remember to encourage each other as His beloved bride.
This is a closed event for the registered attendees of the conference.
Check out this City Event in the southern state of Mississippi! Hosted by St. Johns Lutheran Church in Hattiesburg, there will be another incredible line-up of Gospel imparting speakers .... Scott Keith, Jared Wilson, Cindy Koch, Chad Bird, Daniel Price, and Blake Flattley complete our speaker roster for this event. This is a one day event of talks and panel discussions. Click here for more info and to register.
CHF presents another City Event - this time in New Jersey! Come hear amazing Gospel speakers on the theme of Outrageous Grace in a Culture of Outrage. Hillside Lutheran Church in Morris County will be the host venue.
Bruce Hillman, Erick Sorensen, Raleigh Sadler, Valerie Locklair, Scott Keith, Daniel Price, Delwyn Campbell & Jake Allstaedt will be presenting on Saturday, August 4, 2018. To register click here.
Valerie will be presenting two break-out sessions at the Servants of Christ Conference in July. This event is oriented for 9-12 graders and focuses on being a servant of Christ in your studies, work and relationships. The event is at the Concordia University Wisconsin and registration is required.
There will be informaton on different colleges and careers, teaching on what the Bible has to say about vocation, as well as breakouts designed to equip and grow you in the faith,