SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 2018 from 9-12
KILLER INSTINCTS: Forge an alliance with God the Father and kill the Instincts that wage war within.
A Survey of What the New Testament Teaches about False Instincts
We exist in an evangelical culture emphasizing what we know and what we should do. In the New Testament true heart change or repentance is much more than that. It is a profound change of the very instincts of our hearts. We will survey the New Testament to show how important this topic is, and how they are to be changed.
$10 per person. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Valley Community Church 4455 Del Valle Pkwy. Pleasanton, CA 94566
Questions? email us firstname.lastname@example.org or 925-846-6264
SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 2018 (9:30-4:30)
Introduction to Head to Heart
9:30 am – 4:30 pm ($5 luncheon)
Hosted by Blessed Life Church (Site of Newport Covenant Church)
12800 SE Coal Creek Parkway, Bellevue, WA 98006
Dr. David Eckman to speak at CCLUC Singles Retreat: November 10-12, 2017
Chinese Christian Love and Unity Club, CCLUC, is an inter-church nonprofit organization that helps churches to serve the singles community by gathering the best resources in God's kingdom, to provide a wholesome platform for single Christians and seekers to connect.
Christ & Culture: The Bible and Psychology
On Sunday, August 14, 2016, Dr. Eckman had the opportunity to minister at Central Peninsula Church in Foster City to a multi-ethnic and technology savvy congregation on the topic of the Bible and Psychology. You can watch the video of his sermon below.
Liz Here Now, by Todd Connor
Dr. Eckman has known Todd Connor for the past 30 years and has been his pastor and teacher. Todd's story is a remarkable demonstration of the reparenting ability of God the Father in a person's life. The book, Liz Here Now, shows both God's provision in a horrible situation as well as His remarkable ability to bring emotional health.
Based on a 1960’s true story, the book charts the journey of Liz, the black maid hired by Dr. Frank and Jane Connor. It’s where “Mad Men” meets “The Help”.
Dr. Frank Connor was the most prominent physician in town. His wife, Jane bore a striking resemblance to the movie star, Jane Russell. Like “Mad Men”, the Connor’s walked and talked the American Dream.
Like “The Help”, Liz falls in love with the Connor’s three small children. She calls them her own “little white babies”.
Soon, however, Liz discovers the family’s secret. Jane Connor’s psychotic breaks were increasing in frequency and violence. The children were the target. Liz confronts Dr. Connor who refuses to tarnish his reputation with the exposure of child abuse and mental illness.
Liz must journey, alone.
Despite her husband’s warnings that no one would believe a “Poor Black maid over that rich white doctor and his Mizzuz”, Liz navigates past the landmines of money, power, and bigotry to ultimately save her “little white babies”. The narrator is Todd Connor, the youngest child. At Liz’s funeral, he reveals the truth about the Connor children’s passage to safety, culminating in the most comforting words they would ever know; “Liz Here Now”.