Overcoming Guilt & Shame - Lesson 1 Event | International College of Ministry
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  • You are cordially invited to ICM's next six-week webinar series Overcoming Guilt & Shame - The Biblical Concept of Guilt and Shame and the Impact on Our Lives taught by ICM guest presenter, Pastor Bob Levins.

    This six-week series is an International College of Ministry course for theology, ministry, or Christian Counseling majors alike.

    There is a concept that is rarely dealt with in the church or seminaries today and that is the understanding between guilt and shame.  Our Lord told us that the fields are ready for the harvest but the workers are few.  After 40 years of public ministry I have realized that this concept of guilt and shame has indeed paralyzed many in the body of Christ.

    We will study this in depth as we walk through the Word of God and examine the lives of Adam and Eve, Moses, and others to see how we are to approach this most important subject. We will learn what God is saying to us and learn how to apply it in our lives.  If we do not escape the trap set before us, we will find ourselves limited in our ability to serve Our Lord.

    Join us as we go into the depth of God’s Word and glean precious truths that will bring us all life changing freedom.

    Bob Levins began preaching the gospel in 1980 and then graduated seminary in 1985.  Since then he has pastored for over 20 years and has traveled throughout the world as an evangelist, teacher, and missionary trainer.  He is called by God to teach the richness of the Word, in a way that is easy to understand and practical in application.  Unlocking the truths of the bible help us grow in our relationship with our Lord and protect us from the deception of false teachers that seem to plague us in the last days.

    Register at Overcoming Guilt & Shame
  • Category
    Live Web Class Announcement
  • Date & Time
    Sep 08 2020 at 08:00 PM - Sep 08 2020 at 09:00 PM
  • Location & full address
    Live Web Classroom
  • Event Admins
    Dr. Steve Wittmann