Men's summer talks
Where Fellowship Grows--So Can Faith
For 13 weeks this summer different men from across the SVBC family will take the time to share their thoughts and testimony on a wide range of both personal and topical issues. The series will be held in room 109 from 9:45 - 10:45 am. Each week a different SVBC man will provide a short talk that will be followed by open-ended discussion.
As you can see from the schedule below, we have a wide range of topics.
Every session will be as much a personal testimony from a fellow member of our SVBC family as it will be a chance to bring and share your own experiences.
July 07 John Scheinpflug: Why Don't My Prayers Get Answered?
July 14 Robert Grier: Overcoming Fear
July 21 Paul Dicke: Experiencing Loss
July 28 Phil Tom: Does He Know You?
Aug 04 Michael Scheinpflug: Waiting on God
Aug 11 Baird Larson: A Christian Businessman
Aug. 18 Paul Murphy: Armor of God
Aug. 25 Jose and Daniel Salgado: Father and Son
Sept 01 Jerry Leibforth: Friendship--Men of Availability,
Sensitivity, and Reliability
Sept 08 LT D. Shannon Rainwater CHC USN: Missions to the Military: The Challenges, the Mission, and Personal Resiliance
Sept 15 Rich LeVeque: Balancing the Needs of Faith and Family
Sept 22 No Session. We're at Man Camp!
Sept 29 George Salibas: Faith in Times of Hardship and the
Unique Challenges of Christianity in the Middle East
What is prayer about?
One man shares how God helped him see...by taking his sight.
Another lost his wife. How did he get through that?
What is it--really--to be born again?
What do you do when the answer doesn't come?
Can you be a Christian and an executive at the same time? Is there a "Bring Your Savior To Work with You" day?
Meet a cop. How do you shield your mind from things most of us never hope to see?
We wish our kids would turn out to be godly. We'll hear from one man who did it--and we'll hear from his son.
Do you have a friend you can count on?
Now hear this! A Navy chaplain has the horn.
With twin preschoolers at home, this dad wonders how to do everything he thinks he's supposed to do.