Sammamish Presbyterian Church will welcome Reverend Earl Palmer the weekend of October 11-13 as he teaches on the topic, “To Trust in God and the Challenges of Faith and Doubt.” Former Senior Pastor at University Presbyterian Church, Reverend Palmer is known for his warm-hearted, insightful, down-to-earth expositional preaching, and for his expertise on Christian scholars such as C.S. Lewis, Karl Barth and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. He has served on the Boards of Princeton Theological Seminary, New College Berkeley, Whitworth University and Regent College, and has written broadly, authoring 17 major books, including 1,2,3, John, Revelation: The Preacher’s Commentary, Laughter in Heaven: Understanding the Parables of Jesus, and The Enormous Exception: Meeting Christ in the Sermon on the Mount. Mark your calendars, invite a friend, and plan to attend the following sessions in the SPC Sanctuary.
- Friday, October 11, 7-8:30pm: "A Question of Evidences” (Romans 1:16-17)
- Saturday, October 12, 9-10:15am: "The Doubts of the Heart" (Matthew 21:28-32) followed by coffee/refreshments; 10:45am-noon: “The Doubts of the Mind” (John 20:24-29)
- Sunday, October 13, 9:00 and 10:45am (during worship): "The Faith that Lasts” (Matthew 7:24-29)
No RSVP required to attend the event. Childcare is available with 48-hour advance notice for a fee; contact Brooke Cheney at email@example.com.