Former Adventist Fellowship Weekend 2009
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Elizabeth Inrig: "In the Image of God: Implications for Death and Eternity

Jon Rittenhouse: "Does God Always Keep His Promises?" PART 1

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Elizabeth Inrig is director of women’s ministries at Trinity Evangelical Free Church in Redlands, California, where her husband Gary is the senior pastor. She is also an adjunct professor and Director of the Women’s Ministry program at Talbot Seminary. She holds a MABS degree from Dallas Theological Seminary and a D. Min. from Trinity International University. She and Gary have three children and eight grandchildren.

Note: At 5:14, a seven minute section begins where there was no video--a still frame is inserted instead.

Jon Rittenhouse is an adjunct professor at Biola University and teaches in the Biblical Studies department on the topic of Christian Apologetics and Theology. He has an undergraduate degree in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Technological University. He also holds four graduate degrees. He has a MA Ministry from Moody Graduate School in Chicago. He received his MA Theological Studies (MA TS) and his M Div degrees from the International School of Theology in San Bernardino, California. He also has a ThM (Masters of Theology) with an emphasis in Philosophy and Ethics from Talbot School of Theology which is a part of Biola University.

He has been on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ for 30 years and is currently the president of “Pursue Your Passion Ministries.” He continues to focus on mentoring and influencing college students. He currently resides in southern California with his wife Linda and their four children.