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Online Women's Workshop: Teaching Old Testament History

A Workshop for Women in Ministry

November 20-21, 2020 | Online Women's Workshop
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What Is It?

The Online Workshop is a 2-day, live, online training event aimed to encourage and equip you in the skills needed to read, understand, and proclaim the Word of God.

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The Online Workshop is a 2-day, live, online training event aimed to encourage and equip you in the skills needed to read, understand, and proclaim the Word of God. The Workshop includes times set aside for 1) Principles of Exposition (instructional sessions on how to better handle biblical texts), 2) Small Group Practice (when you will share and receive feedback on one passage of scripture you prepare in advance), and 3) Expositions (the opportunity to sit under the Word). Each of these sessions is carefully designed to be interrelated for the greatest value in improving your work. In other words, this is a Workshop and not a conference. If you cannot be at all the sessions, then it really isn’t for you.

It is important to note: Partial participation is not permitted. Our pedagogical commitments in the small group sessions as well as the cumulative relationship between the small group and plenary sessions, full participation is required.

Who Should Attend?

The Online Women’s Workshops are generally for women who are currently in a teaching ministry with the responsibility to teach the Bible regularly.

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The Online Women’s Workshops are generally for women who are currently in a teaching ministry with the responsibility to teach the Bible regularly. It is open to women who lead in regular teaching ministries including large group instructors, small group teachers, and women’s and children’s ministry leaders appointed by their churches.

How Should I Prepare?

During the small groups, you will have an opportunity to get feedback on work you’ve prepared in advance.

 

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Leaders

Anyabwile Kristie Anyabwile Associate Director of Women's Workshops, Charles Simeon Trust

Kristie Anyabwile

Associate Director of Women's Workshops, Charles Simeon Trust

Kristie joined the Charles Simeon Trust in 2017 and serves as the Associate Director of Women’s Workshops. Kristie is a pastor’s wife, mom, speaker, and Bible teacher. She has bachelor’s degrees from NC State University in History and African American Studies. She joyfully supports her husband, Thabiti, as he pastors Anacostia River Church in Washington D.C. She edited the volume His Testimonies, My Heritage: Women of Color on the Word of God and she has written or spoken at conferences for the Front Porch, the Ethics and Religious Liberties Commission (ERLC), The Gospel Coalition, Desiring God, Revive Our Hearts, and Christianity Today. You can follow her on Instagram at @kristieanyabwile or Twitter at @kanyabwile.

Lawrence Adrienne Lawrence Bible Teacher, Hinson Baptist Church

Adrienne Lawrence

Bible Teacher, Hinson Baptist Church

Adrienne Lawrence serves on the women’s Bible study teaching and writing team at Hinson Baptist Church in Portland. She has been involved in ministry since she started leading Bible studies for her Inter-Varsity college group at Duke University. She later earned her MDiv from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Since then, she has spoken at conferences and retreats, discipled women, and taught Sunday school.

Cochrum Cindy Cochrum Bible Teacher

Cindy Cochrum

Bible Teacher

Cindy Cochrum served as the Director of the Women’s Bible Study at College Church in Wheaton, Illinois, where she taught women and trained leaders from 2002-2017. She has written studies on Exodus, Mark (Meeting the King), coauthored studies in Ruth and Esther (God’s Woman in God’s Place in God’s Time), and served as a contributor to Word-Filled Women’s Ministry. Cindy and her husband, Kent, are members of Christ Presbyterian Church in Roselle, Illinois, where Cindy continues to enjoy studying and teaching God’s Word among women.

Byrd Abi Byrd Bible Teacher

Abi Byrd

Bible Teacher

Abi is a Bible teacher who speaks for evangelistic events and retreats at other churches. Her family is part of McLean Bible Church, Loudoun Campus. Abi has a BEd Honors degree in music and education from Cambridge University. She has been a teacher in elementary school and served with the children’s ministry on staff at Capitol Hill Baptist Church. She and her family have also served as missionaries in the UK and Kosovo with Radstock Ministries, of which she is part of the Board.

Schedule

10am-4:30pm CST, Friday, Nov 20
10am-4:30pm CST, Saturday, Nov 21
Each day has several breaks, including 45 minutes for lunch.
Text assignments will come from 1 Kings. 

Participation

This Online Workshop is designed to be interactive, and full participation is required. Each participant will need video access to Zoom video conferencing and a reliable internet connection.

Cost

$39 USD before November 12

 

Registration will close after November 12 or when sold out. 

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