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The Hand of God in History — The Reformation Period

Last year, our church hosted a conference highlighting the hand of God throughout our nations history. It was a two day event, and I learned so much! It was amazing what each speaker brought out that had gone unnoticed before.

Well, this year our pastor is putting this together again, along with several other local churches. The speakers that will be teaching…..I am ecstatic about it. You know I enjoy history anyways, but this. This, guys, is huge. This is five. whole. days. Of nothing but history. This is an immense learning opportunity from some men who are highly gifted and skilled and can communicate well. This is worth traveling to, and the best part is that there is absolutely no charge for the conference!

I am not sure how many sessions my family and I will be able to attend, but I know there will most likely be several days of back-to-back blog posts coming in the near future, based on what I have learned. Maybe even multiple posts on multiple days…..since, of course, I am the person who processes everything by reading it myself or writing it down. Or doing both. You should see the amount of notes I end up taking each Lord’s Day. Or on my music scores in the choirs =) And since there is a nice, long break for lunch and dinner each day, and we have quite a drive home each evening……well, that is ample opportunity to write, don’t ya think? ;-)

“The Hand of God in History – The Reformation Period”
November 5th-9th 2017
     Conference is Free of Charge – Please RSVP at
Let us know how many are coming and if you plan on eating lunch with us Tuesday, Wednesday, and/or Thursday! (205.587.0925)
Glen Iris Baptist Church
1137 10th Place South
Birmingham, Alabama 35205
Sunday Services
10:00 Sunday morning – Pastor Mark Liddle — The providence of God in the life of John Wycliffe 1330-1384
11:00 Sunday morning – Pastor Chris Lamb — Justification by Faith Alone in Christ Alone
6:00  Sunday Evening – Pastor Ben Gardner — John Huss 1369-1415
 Monday Evening Service (Book Tables open at 6:00 PM in the School Library)
7:00 Monday evening– Pastor Ben GardnerThe Scriptures as the catalyst of the Reformation
Tuesday Services (book tables open at 8:30 AM)
9:00-10:15 Tuesday morningColonel John EidsmoeMartin Luther and American Constitutionalism     
10:30-11:45 Tuesday morningPastor Renato GiulianiThe Theology of the Waldensians during the Middle-ages (1180-1517)
///11:45 – 1:00 Lunch Break///
1:15-2:30 Tuesday afternoonHistorian Bill Potter The Spiritual Condition of Scotland in the Middle Ages and the Reformation Ministries of George Wishart and Patrick Hamilton
 2:45-4:00 Tuesday afternoon Dr. Ron RumburgWilliam Tyndale and the English Reformation
///4:00 – 6:45  Dinner Break///
7:00 Tuesday Evening serviceDr. Joe Morecraft, IIICalvin on the Worship of God
Wednesday Services (book tables open at 8:30 AM)
9:00-10:15 Wednesday morningColonel John Eidsmoe Martin Luther, the Word, and the Priesthood of All Believers
10:30-11:45 Wednesday morningPastor Renato Giuliani  The Theology of the Waldensians during the Reformation (1517-1700)
 ///11:45 – 1:00  Lunch Break///
1:15-2:30 Wednesday afternoonHistorian Bill Potter —  John Knox, Andrew Melville and the Conversion of Scotland
 2:45-4:00 Wednesday afternoonDr. Ron RumburgWilliam Tyndale and the English Reformation
 ///4:00 – 6:45 Dinner Break///  
7:00 Wednesday Evening serviceDr. Joe Morecraft, lllCalvin, Evangelism, and World Missions
Thursday Services (book tables open at 8:30)
9:00-10:15 Thursday morningColonel John EidsmoeMartin Luther, Interposition, and the Peasants’ Revolt  
10:30-11:45 Thursday morningPastor Renato GiulianiThe Theology of the Waldensians during the Modern Era (1700-2017)
/// 11:45 – 1:00 Lunch Break///
1:15-2:30   Thursday afternoon – Dr. Joe Morecraft, IIICalvin and LeFevre
2:45-4:00   Thursday afternoon – Dr. Ron RumburgWilhelmus à Brakel and the Dutch Reformation
///4:00 – 6:45 Dinner Break///  
7:00 Thursday Evening serviceHistorian Bill PotterAlexander Henderson, Samuel Rutherford and James Guthrie of the Second Reformation
***Book Tables will be available in the School Library***
(And, as a side note, you will want to visit them. Multiple times, you will want to visit them. Trust me on this one :D)

History Conference Specials at Country Inn and Suites – 205.451.4000 (Full Breakfast)
Two Queens – $99   King Suite and Standard King – $95.00 (Ask for History Conf. special)
If you are able to attend, I would love for you to let me know — I would enjoy meeting each and every one of you =)
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I am a 23 year old young lady who is redeemed and saved from my sin only by the grace of God. A bibliophile at heart with a love of history who desires to see the Word of God practically applied to all aspects of our daily lives -- in our homes, in the grocery store, in the political realm. I strive to put my jumbled, chaotic thoughts down onto paper -- reducing them into black and white rows, letters, sentences. Into some semblance of sanity. And I share them here with all of you, where I can challenge you, make you think, and cause you to ask questions. I am the oldest of eleven children living the country life in the deep south.

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