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"Freed has allowed me to pursue both of my interests in life all in one place. Not many college students get the opportunity to oversee a mission trip to South America with their professors and be published for undergraduate research all in the same year."
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They’re coming! Visitors to Henderson will start arriving this weekend in anticipation of Freed-Hardeman University’s 81st Annual Bible Lectureship. Sessions begin Sunday evening, Feb. 5, at 7:00pm. Phil Sanders, speaker for “In Search of the Lord’s Way,” a national television ministry, will discuss “A Vision for the Kingdom.”
Sanders will be the first of 160 speakers to teach or preach during the week. The lectureship will conclude Thursday evening at 10:00pm, when Jeremy Hall speaks on “Integrity: Even When You Are in Distress” in Chapel Hall. Sandwiched in between are sessions for men, women, children and teenagers. Special workshops for youth workers, caregivers, those who work in Hispanic ministries and personal evangelists are all on the schedule.
The theme for the 2017 lectureship is “Identity in Crisis: Daniel’s Vision for the Future.” “Christians today should not forget Daniel’s vision for the future, even in the midst of a cultural identity crisis,” Doug Burleson, lectureship director, said.
FHU President Joe Wiley added, “We believe both young Christians just beginning their walk in Christ and seasoned veterans who have maintained a life-long commitment to the Lord will find information beneficial for their journey.”
Complete details of the 2017 program are available at fhu.edu/lectureship. Those planning to attend may register at this site, and they may order the lectureship book, jump drive with all 2017 recordings and tickets to the John W. Dale Appreciation Dinner.
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