Dr. David Benner
Because of a commitment to the growth of people in Christ and to the service of the church, Hardin-Simmons University and HSU’s Logsdon Seminary is offering a conference on Transformational Spirituality from a Christian perspective. All presentations are free and open to the public.
Dr. David Benner, renowned author and speaker, will be leading the conference, Monday, October 15 – Tuesday, October 16, 2012, which will take place in Logsdon Chapel and during the weekly chapel time in Behrens Auditorium.
The scripture tells us that God has made us alive by breathing God’s own Spirit into us. As a result, each of us is on a spiritual journey of becoming all that God intends for us to be.
Likewise, spiritual transformation is not something for the spiritual elites among us. We are all called as Christians to be “conformed to the image of Christ.” (Romans 8:29). While this process of becoming like Christ is the gift and work of the Spirit, the work can never be made complete until we participate in it.
Monday, October 15 (7 - 8 p.m.)
“The Spiritual Journey, The Human Journey”
Hardin-Simmons University's Logsdon Chapel
Tuesday, October 16 (9:30 – 10:15 a.m.)
“Being Christian, Being Human”
Hardin-Simmons University’s Behrens Auditorium
Tuesday, October 16 (7 – 8 p.m.)
Hardin-Simmons University’s Logsdon Chapel
Dr. David Benner is an internationally known psychologist, author, and lecturer whose life’s work has been directed toward the promotion of the well-being of the inner life of persons, focusing in particular on the interaction of psychological and spiritual dynamics from a Christian perspective.
Benner’s books and teaching reflect both his Christian faith and the fact that he holds his beliefs with humility and openness. Benner has authored or edited more than 25 books, which have been translated into 17 foreign languages. In recent years he has lectured and led workshops or retreats in over 15 countries. In addition to his numerous books and workshops, Benner publishes a weekly newsletter “Something to Ponder” available through email subscription at his website www.drdavidgbenner.ca.
This conference will provide an opportunity to hear Benner share his thoughts and experiences on how to accept the call to participate in Transformational Spirituality. Be prepared to be blessed, challenged, and perhaps even changed by a God who is “simply giddy about you,” (Benner - The Gift of Being Yourself).
Registration is available online at www.logsdonseminary.org, and at the door.
For more information, please contact James Stone, Director of Church Relations, at 325-670-1258, or Dr. Randall Maurer, professor of psychology and family ministry and director of the Family Ministry Program, 325-670-1599, firstname.lastname@example.org.