9:15am Sundays

West Hills Talks features short, significant talks dealing with contemporary Christian issues modeled after “TED Talks”. Each week there will be a different speaker followed by a thoughtful discussion.

Winter 2019 Schedule:

1/6 — Kay Stradinger, Caring for Missionaries

1/13 — Dr. Lou Foltz, The Necessity for the Overt Practice of Reverence

1/20 — TBD, The Legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King

1/27 — Hans Blom, The Main Themes of the Old Testament

2/3 — Kirstin Moreno, Life on the Mexican Border

2/10 — Dan Moore, Let Your Faith Harness the Wisdom of Science

2/17 — Diane Moore, Mental Health and the Church

2/24 — Jack and Miriam Won, Every Marriage is a Cross Cultural Journey

3/3 — Joe Brooks and Junghwa Kim, Belonging

3/10 — No class (time change)

3/17 — Megan Cochran, Domestic Violence in our Midst

3/24 — No Class (spring break)

3/31 — Wayne Smith, The Biblical Basis for Support for the Nation of Israel

4/7 — Jordan Cunnings, Immigration

4/14 — Camilo Moreno, Race, Poverty and Due Process in the Justice System

4/21 — No class (Easter)

4/28 — Wayne Smith, The Biblical Basis for Support for Justice for Palestinians

5/5 — Brian Borin, Worship

5/12 — Linda Mitchel, Engaging Muslims in Your Community

5/19 — Doug Wolfe, Obedience to the King or to the King of Kings

5/26 — No class (Memorial Day)

6/2 — Nicole Apollon Chirouze and Heidi Cao, Bringing Up “Woke” Kids in the 21st Century

6/9 — Mary Zinkin, Healing From Trauma