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Jesus at the Center Episode 2 RoundTable: I See the Father in Psalms 23

by Jeffrey Thompson, Jennifer Hernandez | October 13, 2019

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Theme: God the Father

Title: I See the Father in Psalms 23

Speaker: Dr. Jeffrey Thompson

Host: Pastor Jennifer Hernandez

Key text: https://www.bible.com/bible/59/PSA.23.1-6.esv

Notes: http://bible.com/events/1632735

Roundtable Discussion

Panelists: Joseph Salajan, Dr. Jeffrey Thompson, David Cantillo, Elizabeth Desir

RoundTable Questions

"When my sickness does not go away, does God stop being a loving Father? "How can you know the difference between am attack of the adversary versus tough love from a caring father? Can you explain (simply) the Trinity? How do you counter the assertion that the very notion of three persons in one God is polytheistic? "Going back to what Elizabeth was saying that when you get sick, it's a sign that God wants more of your attention, what if you are already consistent with your relationship with God, would you think that you are doing something wrong? Or maybe it's God testing your faith just as he tested Job?" "How does a young person stay connected to God with the pressure of the world? How do you keep motivated in believing to god, i have big debates within myself to believe or not believe. But a part of me really does." How to wait patiently on the person God is preparing for you to spend the rest of your life with

Date: October 13, 2019

Tags: #psdatv #jatc #psalms #flock #shepherd #restore #restoration #table #goodness #mercy #SWOT #peace #child #goodness #mercy

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  • Jeffrey Thompson

    Dr. Jeffrey K. Thompson is the Senior Pastor of the Ft. Lauderdale Seventh-day Adventist Church. He was born on the island of New Providence, which is in the country of 700 islands The Bahamas.

    He is a product of Adventist Christian education. For example, he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theology from Northern Caribbean University. Likewise, he received a Master of Arts degree in Church History from Andrews University. Moreover, he graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy in Conflict Management from Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary.

    Dr. Thompson commenced his ministry in the Bahamas Conference, where he served as a pastor and departmental director for several years. Afterward, he served as president of Cayman Islands Mission and Conference for almost 17 years. He has been a pastor for over three decades.

    He is also the author of three books. Similarly, he has pioneered two church publications. He is the recipient of numerous awards. Furthermore, his evangelistic accomplishments are noteworthy.

    More importantly, he has planted churches in The Bahamas and the Cayman Islands. Dr. Thompson is married Denise Thompson of Freeport, Grand Bahama and they have three adult children and two grandchildren.

  • Jennifer Hernandez

    Jennifer Hernandez was born and raised on the beautiful island of Oahu, Hawaii. Her love for sharing Jesus began when she dedicated her voice to Him, as a child by singing throughout the islands; preaching began during high school. Motivated to answer God’s call on her life, Jen moved her family to England, where she obtained her BS in Behavioral Sciences at Newbold College. Together with her husband, Armando, and their five boys, God has taken them on a journey of faith, with opportunities to share His love throughout Europe and the United States. She enjoys being actively involved in children’s ministries, women’s ministries, and worship ministries. Jennifer recently graduated with her Master of Divinity degree from Andrews University Theological Seminary and is excited to now be serving as an Associate Pastor at Plantation Seventh-day Adventist Church.