Allender visits for Spiritual Emphasis Week

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   Date: 9/17/2001

   Title: Allender visits for Spiritual Emphasis Week













Anderson University,announces Dan B. Allender, Ph.D., professor of counseling of Mars Hill Graduate School at Western Seminary in Seattle, will be the speaker during Spiritual Emphasis Week on campus September 18-20, 2001. This year, the focus during Spiritual Emphasis week will be serving the Lord through relationships with other people. Allender, speaker and author of such books as “The Wounded Heart” and “The Healing Path”, will present his message on “Living With, For and Against Shame.”

Stuart Erny, director of Campus Ministries, looks forward to Allender’s messages for healing the wounded heart.

“My hope is that this would be a time when at least the seeds of healing are planted and start to grow in the lives of all of us, seeing them as something God can heal and bring wholeness.”

Spiritual Emphasis Week Schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, September 18 10 a.m. University Chapel in Reardon Auditorium, “Facing What We All Fear”

7 p.m. Evening service at Park Place Church of God, “Opening the Door to Suffering to Embrace Joy”

Wednesday, September 19 12 p.m. Lunch in Olt Student Center, hosted by Jacquie Sellers-Womack

7 p.m. Evening service at Park Place Church of God, “Knowing Your Past: What Your Past Tells You About God”

Thursday, September 20 10 a.m. University Chapel in Reardon Auditorium, “Listening to God’s Voice”

7 p.m. Evening service at Park Place Church of God, “Creating Your Future: Discovering Your Calling From Your Past

Allender’s educational background includes a Master of Divinity from Westminster Theological Seminary and a Ph. D. in Counseling Psychology from Michigan State University. He also taught Biblical Counseling at Grace Theological Seminary and Colorado Christian University in addition to his current positions at Western Seminary.

Allender and his wife Rebecca and their three children Annie, Amanda and Andrew live on Bainbridge Island.


----Student Writer Kim Ousley works in the office of Media and Electronic Communications at AU