Every relationship goes through four life-changing seasons that play a pivotal role in taking your relationship to the next level. But depending on how you navigate each season, your relationship will either strengthen and grow, or it will slowly begin to fade. Whether you’re single, dating, engaged or married, join our guest, an author, counselor, and relationship expert, as she takes you on an eye-opening psychological and spiritual journey through the four seasons of every healthy relationship.
For many young adults, the college years are an exciting period of self-discovery full of new relationships, new independence, and new experiences. Yet college can also be a time of personal testing and intense questioning— especially for Christian students confronted with various challenges to Christianity and the Bible for the first time. Our guest will address common objections to the Christian faith—the exclusivity of Christianity, Christian intolerance, homosexuality, hell, the problem of evil, science, miracles, and the reliability of the Bible. Join us to learn how to engage secular challenges with intellectual honesty, compassion, and confidence.
Debra Fileta is a licensed professional counselor and the author of True Love Dates, Choosing Marriage, and Love In Every Season. A passionate speaker, she challenges people to have a psychologically and spiritually healthy approach to relationships. She’s also the host of the Love + Relationships Podcast, a hotline style show where people call in to get their relationship questions answered!
Dr. Michael J. Kruger serves as the President and Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at the Charlotte campus of Reformed Theological Seminary. He earned his Ph.D. under one of the world’s leading text-critical scholars, Larry W. Hurtado, at the University of Edinburgh, where he researched a parchment fragment of an apocryphal gospel, P.Oxy. 840. He graduated summa cum laude with a M.Div. from Westminster Seminary California, and received his B.S. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is one of the leading scholars today in the study of the origins of the New Testament, particularly the development of the New Testament canon.