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Trusting God in Uncertain Times

Welcome! And thank you for being part of Phoenix Seminary's Weekend in a Box.

You couldn’t come to us, so we're coming to you, and we hope to be a source of help and encouragement in this time of uncertainty.

Please start with this welcome message from President Brian Arnold. Then you can watch any of the talks below in any order that you like!

"God Plans the Details"
Wayne Grudem, PhD
Distinguished Research Professor

"Anxiety, Fear, and Biblical Living"
Justin Smith, PsyD
Director of Counseling Program

"What Jesus Says About Fear"
John DelHousaye, PhD
Professor of New Testament

"How the Church
Responds to Crisis"

Brian Arnold, PhD

"Job's Response to Loss
and to God"

John Meade, PhD
Professor of Old Testament

"What Crisis Tells us About Ourselves and God"
Darryl DelHousaye, DMin

Finally, please watch this address from President Brian Arnold, and hear what this crisis means for Phoenix Seminary, for its relationship with you, and for the Church as a whole.

Thank you for joining us. Allow us to continue to be a resource. If you need anything, please do not hesitate to ask. You can reach us at 602-429-4942 or

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