Gospel Seminar Event

Confronting Cultural Confusion – A seminar that Challenges the Church to Embrace Holiness and Deny Ungodliness
Eric Lyons is a graduate of Freed-Hardeman University, where he earned a B.S. with a double major in Bible and history, and an M.Min. Eric has served as a full-time member of the Bible Department at Apologetics Press since 2001. 

Eric and his wife Jana live in Wetumpka, Alabama, where Eric has also worked with the Wetumpka church of Christ since 2007, currently serving as an elder and associate minister.Eric has authored or co-authored more than a dozen books, including The Anvil Rings: Answers to Alleged Bible Discrepancies (Volumes 1 & 2), Reasons to BelieveTruth Be Told, Wonders of God’s Creation, and Behold! The Lamb of God. In addition, he writes regularly for the Apologetics Press Web site, which receives millions of page views annually from users around the globe. Eric speaks frequently at seminars and Gospel meetings around the country, and specializes in presenting seminars.  During this weekend, he will speak on the following topics:

Seminar Attendance
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Session I  5/3/2019
Calling “Evil Good, and Good Evil” 

Moral confusion runs rampant in 21st -century America. The murder of innocent, unborn children is heralded as a “woman’s right.”  The marriage of two men is praised as progress. Lewdness is lauded. In short, sin is celebrated, while righteousness is often ridiculed. “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil.”
Session II  5/3/2019
Four Questions Every Person Must Ask

There are many important questions that a person needs to ask, but none are more important than the four discussed in this lesson. God’s gracious, wise, and eternally important answers to these questions desperately need to be heard and digested in today’s pleasure-filled world for true, spiritual success.
Session III & IV 5/4/2019
Are You a Person of Integrity? (Parts 1 & 2)

The events recorded in Genesis 37-39 provide a biblical background from which to draw timeless lessons about the importance of integrity. While many things in the life of Joseph are characteristic of a person of integrity, several of the choices his brother Judah made are typical of those who lack this all-important, fundamental quality—which God desires for all of His children. Indeed, Integrity Matters!
Session V  5/4/2019
Retaining Reverence for God in Disrespectful Times 

We live in a worldly, entertainment-oriented society that lauds irreverence and disrespect for authority.

God calls us to be different —to offer Him our best every day in every way, especially in our worship to Him. “God is greatly to be feared... and to be held in reverence.”
Session VI 5/4/2019
Pressing Toward the Prize . . . Leaving Sin Behind

Like the apostle Paul, our focus in this  life is to be on our heavenly citizenship. Unlike enemies of the cross of Christ who “set their mind on earthly things,” we are to press toward the prize. We must passionately “seek those things which are above” as we eagerly wait the Lord’s return.
Session VII 5/5/2019
Winnings Souls with Genuine Christian Living

While nothing is more detrimental to the cause of Christ than the phony “faith” of hypocrites, authentic Christians bring glory to God and win souls for Him through genuine Christian living.
Session VIII 5/5/2019
The Supremacy of God’s Support

From a purely earthly perspective, the Christian’s task appears daunting. Yet, we must never forget that “those who are with us are more than those who are with them.” Indeed, “If God be for us, who can be against us?... In all things we are more than conquerors through Him who love us.”
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