Midwestern offing workshop on Mormonism
October 7, 2003
KANSAS CITY — "Understanding and Evangelizing Latter-day Saints" is the topic of a workshop scheduled for Oct. 17-18 at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. This two-day workshop is offered for either credit-or non-credit-seeking individuals.
Workshop topics are:
- The History of Latter-day Saints
- Theology of Salvation, God and Jesus, and Other Social Issues
- Reorganized Latter Day Saints (renamed Community of Christ)
- Temple and Worship Ceremonies
- Sharing One’s Faith with the Latter-day Saints
Guest speakers will be former Latter-day Saints church members James Walker, president of Watchman Fellowship, and Dennis and Rauni Higley, directors of H.I.S. Ministries International. Phil Roberts, Midwestern president, and author of "Mormonism Unmasked," also will speak.
This workshop can be taken for two hours of academic credit. To attend without receiving credit, registration cost is $75. For fees and to register, contact Sandy Woods at 816-414-3713 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, Dennis Higley will be speaking in chapel at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Oct. 1 at 10 a.m. In addition, a "Latter-day Saints Awareness Event" will be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 16, in the chapel and will kick off the two-day workshop. Both the chapel service and the Oct. 16 Mormon awareness event are free and open to the public.