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  • ARISE! 2019 Women's Retreat

    February 22-23, 2019

    THERE IS STILL ROOM FOR YOU!

    (CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS)

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  • THE NEXT HEALING SERVICE: February 26, 2019

    Tuesday Healing Service
    February 26, 2019  |  10:00 a.m.

    Sr. Mary Elizabeth
    Community of St. Mary

    Worship Music by Terry & Mary

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  • School of Healing Prayer

    Upcoming Schools of Healing Prayer

    LEVEL 3:  February 28-March 3, 2019

    LEVEL 2:  March 23-24 & 30-31

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  • Day of Quiet and Healing

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Holy Communion
11:30 AM
In the Healing Center Chapel
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Owen Chesnut is an adjunct professor at North Central Michigan College in Petoskey, Michigan. He has taught World Geography and Cultural Anthropology at NCMC and Intro to Archaeology and Intro to Anthropology at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan.  Additionally, he has helped run field schools in Israel and Jordan and lived in those countries for over 3 years. Owen has been excavating at Ashdod Yam on the Mediterranean coast of Israel since 2013, currently as the head archaeologist. He also has been on staff in Jordan at Tall al-Umayri  since 2014. Altogether, he has excavated at seven sites in Israel and Jordan.  His academic degrees are in Old Testament and Archaeology from Wheaton College in Chicago, Illinois, and Archaeology and Historical Geography from Jerusalem University College. In December, 2018, he will graduate from Andrews University with a Ph.D. in Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology and Anthropology. The focus of his dissertation is Tall Safut, an archaeological site located about 8 miles north of Amman, Jordan. The site is likely biblical Nobah  mentioned in Judges 8:11.

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