5//31/16 ASHLAND, Ohio – Ashland Theological Seminary has scheduled four “Summer Soul Food” evenings of food, fellowship and Bible study that will be led by seminary faculty members. The events, set for four Wednesday evenings in July, will be held at Millersburg United Methodist Church at 5395 Township Road 336 in Millersburg. The dinners will start at 6:15 p.m., with the lecture to follow from 7 to 8 p.m.
The event dates, topics and leaders for the study are:
-- Wed., July 6 – Dr. Paul Overland, professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages, will lead the study on the topic of “Wilderness Tabernacle: Visits with God.”
-- Wed., July 13 – Dr. Paul Overland, professor of Old Testament and Semitic Languages, will lead the study on the topic of “Proverbs: Conversations with Solomon.”
-- Wed., July 20 – Dr. Dawn Morton, associate dean for Institutional Assessment and assistant professor of Christian Formation and Leadership, will lead the study on the topic of “The Call to Disciplemaking.”
-- Wed., July 27 – Dr. John Bryon, professor of New Testament, will lead the study on the topic of “Corruption, Conspiracy and Confusion: Can We Trust the New Testament?”
The cost for the events is $6 per adult per lecture, or $20 per adult for all four lectures. This cost covers the weekly dinners and class materials. Those interested in attending can call the church at 330-674-2641 or email at email@example.com. Payment will be accepted at the door but calling or emailing by July 1 helps in the planning of the meal and course handouts. Childcare will be available for children up to fourth grade.
Ashland Theological Seminary is a graduate division of Ashland University. With campuses in Ashland, Detroit, Cleveland and Columbus, Ashland Theological Seminary integrates theological education with Christ-centered transformation as it equips men and women for ministry in the church and the world. ###