The Palm Beach Atlantic Orlando Campus will host the 3rd annual Ministry Forum for Pastors and ministry leaders on Saturday, November 4 from 8:15 a.m - 1:30 p.m. The event will feature a variety of speakers who will examine and discuss various cultural issues from a Biblical perspective.
Dr. Jonathan Grenz, dean of the School of Ministry, will lead a session discussing Generation Z, born from 1995 through 2010. He will answer questions about how to reach this generation with the Gospel and how to prepare them to address the critical issue facing the world today and in the future.
Dr. Scott Toenges, adjunct professor at the Orlando campus, will help students have a clearer understanding of what sets Jesus apart as not simply a teacher to follow but God himself, worthy of our full allegiance and worship.
Glenn Stewart, adjunct professor in the Orlando campus, will provide a hopeful and helpful perspective that won’t remove suffering but may help you and your congregation walk through it more confidently and calmly.
Tomas J. Lares, founder/executive director at Florida Abolitionist, Inc., will lead a session titled, Ending Modern Day Slavery in our Own Backyard. He will explain how as believers, how we should respond to modern-day human slavery.
Dr. Julie Hamilton, licensed marriage and family therapist, will present the biblical, cultural, scientific, and developmental perspectives on gender identity and homosexual attractions. Additionally, she presents ways that pastors and Christian leaders can respond biblically to this issue. Hamilton is a former assistant professor of psychology in the Graduate Counseling Psychology Department at PBA.
Miguel Benitez, adjunct professor at the Orlando campus, will explore how Christian can thoughtfully approach and engage the arts.
Marcos Peres, senior psychology major at the Orlando campus, will present ways that Pastors and Christian leaders can respond biblically to the issue of pornography.
The ministry forum cost is $10 and includes breakfast and lunch. Register here.