The Cove Announces Upcoming Fall Schedule of Free Seminar Webcasts
ASHEVILLE, N.C., Aug. 22, 2011 – The Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove has announced its fall lineup of live seminar webcasts, available on www.thecove.org. Highlights include Erwin Lutzer, Skip Heitzig, Tullian Tchividjian and Michael Card.
“We are excited to offer these online sessions for those who aren’t able to attend a seminar in person,” said Scott Holmquist, executive director of The Cove. “It’s our fervent prayer that those who tune in will be encouraged and have their faith strengthened through the biblical teaching of these wonderful speakers.”
The complete schedule, including seminar topics, is listed below. All webcasts begin at 7:15 p.m. ET.
- Aug. 25: Don Wilton, “Back to the Beginning: Created for His Purpose”
- Sept. 26: Erwin Lutzer, “Making the Best of a Bad Decision”
- Oct. 10: Skip Heitzig, “The Biography of God”
- Oct. 21: Bob Coy, “Daniel: Honor for Honor”
- Oct. 28: Gary Thomas, “Spiritual Dynamics: What it Means to Draw Closer to Christ”
- Oct. 31: Tullian Tchividjian, “Jesus + Nothing = Everything”
- Nov. 16: Michael Card, “The Gospel of Passion (Mark)”
The Cove has previously held five live webcast events, including sessions this year with Josh and Sean McDowell and Gary Chapman. After each webcast, viewers will also have the opportunity to participant in the question-and-answer session with the speaker.
About The Cove: Nestled in the scenic mountains of Asheville, N.C., the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove offers guests a unique and serene experience for purposeful Bible training through in-depth seminars; personal spiritual retreats; concerts; programs for seniors, women and church or ministry leaders; and many other inspirational events throughout the year. The Cove is also available as a conference and retreat center for group events for Christian churches and nonprofit ministries. Facilities can accommodate small groups, such as board meetings and church staff retreats, as well as large groups up to 450 guests. For more information, call (800) 950-2092 or visit www.thecove.org. You can also connect with The Cove on these social media sites: Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.