The Foundations Series welcomes Sharol Hayner, June 11-25. Sharol served in ministry for more than forty years with her late husband, Steve Hayner (former president of Columbia Theological Seminary). At age forty-eight, Sharol began seminary and ultimately graduated from Columbia Theological Seminary. Ordained in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), she served as associate pastor for discipleship at Peachtree Presbyterian Church and now serves as parish associate at Kairos Church.
Sharol will guide us over three Sunday mornings as we look at three important topics in the prophet Jeremiah’s life—call, suffering, and lament.
Sunday, June 11:
What did Jeremiah’s call look like? What happens when you believe you’ve heard God’s call, but you encounter difficulty and discouragement? What does God promise when God calls us?
Sunday, June 18:
Why do we suffer? How are Christians supposed to think about suffering? What does Jeremiah have to say to us?
Sunday, June 25:
What is lament and why is it important? How did Jeremiah lament? What might lament look like for us?
Join us in the Foundations Series at 10 a.m. on Sundays in the Gym located on the fourth floor.