Disciplemakers Intensive: Christ & Culture
October 28th from 6-9pm marks our final Disciplemakers Intensive of the year. This semester’s topic is “Christ & Culture” and aims to help us think well about how we have arrived at this particular cultural moment with all its values, ideologies, and worldviews. From there we hope to equip our congregation to not only/merely ‘condemn’ false cultural ideologies but to positively grow to become more effective disciplemakers within this particular cultural moment. Dr. Brian Arnold, the President of Phoenix Seminary, will be our main speaker and is an expert on this important topic. Childcare, at cost, will be available for those who preregister. Don’t miss this important opportunity to learn and grow to engage well within our community.
Dr. Brian ArnoldPresident of Phoenix Seminary & Associate Professor of Theology
Dr. Brian Arnold serves as the fourth President of Phoenix Seminary. In this role he combines a love for the local church with a passion for serious, academic theology. He is convinced that seminaries are servants of the church, uniquely positioned to train men and women for mature, biblically-grounded ministry in a rapidly changing world.
Before joining the faculty of Phoenix Seminary in 2015, Dr. Arnold served as the Pastor of Smithland First Baptist Church in Kentucky. Prior to pastoring, he worked as a paramedic for nearly a decade. Dr. Arnold earned his Ph.D. from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2013 and has since authored two books, Justification in the Second Century (de Gruyter; Baylor University Press) and Cyprian of Carthage: His Life and Impact (Christian Focus), and a number of journal articles. He has been married to Lauren since 2007 and has two children, Jameson and Natalie.