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Enjoy the Masters: Pentecostal Doctrine & History Seminar

Hagee Center #1050
May 1-4, 6:00 PM & 7:30 PM

Tickets (Free)

**There is no charge. It’s our gift to you in celebration of a unique opportunity. LIMITED SEATING so secure a seat with a call during day hours to: Denisa Brunner 972.825.4616

SAGU celebrates its rich instructional heritage by inviting some of the world’s master teachers who have been a part of its staff to share seminars in the sweet spot of their expertise. The Office of Academics is pleased to sponsor this year’s Enjoy the Masters seminar with Dr. John W. Wyckoff, Ph.D. in the field of: Pentecostal Doctrine and History

Dr. John Wyckoff brief bio: Our esteemed colleague has a career rich in ministry and instruction. After pastoring in Kansas, the Lord brought Dr. Wyckoff back to SAGU as a professor in Bible in theology since 1976. It’s not just his Ph.D. in Religion from Baylor University that qualifies him. His heart, his experience, his passion, his steadfast effort has kept him on the front lines of training men and women for kingdom service for more than 40 years. Dr. Wyckoff has been a guest speaker for churches and Sectional and District Councils and is also currently serving on the Commission on Doctrinal Purity for the General Council of the Assemblies of God. Studies in Pentecostal Doctrine and History are dear to his heart and service.

Topics of importance will be explored such as . . .

Scripture: On Fire and Under Fire
Importance of Scripture in the Pentecostal Movement and threats to its authority today

End Times Teaching: Did it Ever Matter? Does it Matter Now?
Roll of the Pentecostals in Eschatology, “Reading” Tea Leaves or Fig Leaves, Signs of the Times from World War I to the Present, Role of America in End-Time Events

Pentecostal Phenomena: O Lord, Send the Power
Why was the power of the Holy Spirit important to early 20th century Pentecostal believers? Is it equally important in the 21st century?

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