A weekend to get you into God's Word and excited about studying and applying it to your life.
When: Memorial Day Weekend (May 27-29), 2017
Where: Crossway Church, 330 Barbara St, Millersville, PA 17551
Cost: $45 in advance, $70 at the door (includes 4 meals and a book)
Saturday, May 27
9:00am It Is Living: Scripture as God’s Word to Man, Peter Privitera
11:00am Workshop 1: Interpreting the Epistles
2:00pm Workshop 2: Working through a Passage Yourself
3:30pm Free Time
7:00pm It Is Authoritative: Scripture in the Life of the Church, Chad Van Dixhoorn
9:00pm Ice Cream Bar
Sunday, May 28
10:00am It Is Written: Trusting the Word in Times of Temptation, Chad Van Dixhoorn
12:30pm Lunch with Speaker
2:00pm Games/Coffee Bar
6:00pm It Is Sufficient: Scripture as a Means of Grace, Chad Van Dixhoorn
8:00pm Movie: Luther
Monday, May 29
9:00am It Is Transformative: Scripture and the Functional Gospel, Steve Heitland
11:00am Workshop 3: Interpreting the Psalms
Chad van Dixhoorn
A Canadian by birth, Chad Van Dixhoorn is a graduate of Westminster Theological Seminary (MDiv, ThM) and the University of Cambridge (PhD). He has taught theology at the University of Nottingham, and has held three fellowships at the University of Cambridge, where he has researched the history and theology of the Westminster assembly and taught on the subject of Puritanism.
A former British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, in 2013 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in recognition of his five-volume work on the Westminster assembly, published by Oxford University Press. Van Dixhoorn also serves as an honorary research fellow in the School of History at the University of East Anglia, UK.
Van Dixhoorn has lectured at RTS Washington since 2008 where he teaches church history and practical theology. He has served as Associate Professor of Church history at RTS Washington since 2013, as Chancellor’s Professor of Historical Theology for RTS since 2015, and he is a minister in the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
Van Dixhoorn served as a pastor at Cambridge Presbyterian Church (UK) and then at Grace Presbyterian Church (Vienna, VA) for nine years. Chad and his wife Emily have five children. He organizes his free time by coaching little league, losing tennis matches against all comers, and reading NYT bestsellers.