White Horse Inn Weekend 2015
Who Is Jesus? You have to know Him before you can follow Him.
[Jesus] said to them, "But who do you say that I am?"
Simon Peter replied, "You are the Christ, the Son of the living God."
The good news is that Jesus is one of the most popular figures of history!
The bad news is that the Jesus we all like is just a projection of our own desires and needs, a bobble-head Jesus who agrees with everything we say and do.
It's time to recover the real Jesus from the perilous grasp of politicians, entertainers, and religious charlatans. It's time to rescue Jesus from our own imaginations. It's time to remember the profound revelation given to Peter, that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God.
When we (re)learn who Jesus is, we will be transformed by him, equipped to follow after him as his disciples, and made participants in the kingdom that he is bringing. Join the hosts of the White Horse Inn and Reformation-minded friends from around the country for our third annual White Horse Inn Weekend: "Who is Jesus?" You have to know him before you can follow him.
The hosts of the White Horse Inn will be joined by special a special guest speaker (to be announced).
Sessions will include:
Who do men say that I am?
The Lamb of God: The Old Testament Witness to Jesus
Jesus’ Person and Work
Good News! You’re Not Jesus
Like our 2013 and 2014 Weekends, we will turn all of the content that we produce during the 2015 Weekend into one of our new study kits. Our study kit from the 2013 Weekend is available here. Weekend participants get a free study kit as our thank you for being part of the creative process. If you didn’t get a chance to come to our 2013 or 2014 Weekend, here’s what others said:
- “The sessions were outstanding”
- “Excellent in all ways”
- “Exceeded my expectations”
- “A tremendous blessing”
- “Especially enjoyed meeting other inquiring minds”
- “Good face-time with the hosts”
- “Talked, laughed, and even learned this weekend”
- “Next time make it longer”
THURSDAY, JULY 30, 2014
5:30 pm Regisception
7:00 pm Welcome Program
7:30 pm Session 1: Jesus According to Pop Culture
FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2014
9:00 am Session 2: Jesus and the History Channel
7:00 pm Session 3: Lamb of God: OT Prophetic Texts
8:00 pm Friday Session 4: WHI Panel ('Who Do Men Say That I Am?')
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 2014
9:00 am Session 5: False Jesuses
10:30 am Session 6: Jesus' Person and Work
1:00 pm Session 7: What does the early church say about Jesus?
2:00 pm Session 8: Good News! You're Not Jesus
This year, we will gather together in historic Pasadena, California, on the campus of Providence Christian College for two days of teaching, fellowship, and fun. With low rates and a beautiful location, we hope to provide the whole family with a unique combination of rest, rejuvenation, and encouragement in sunny California
Pasadena offers old world charm and modern convenience. Stoll tree-lined sidewalks and quaint alleyways spanning 22 historic blocks and enjoy more than 100 world-class restaurants, sidewalk cafes, and bistros.
- Art walking tours around Pasadena
- Brookside golf course
- Carnegie Observatories
- El Molino Viejo (The Old Mill)
- The Gamble House
- Kidspace Children’s Museum
- Norton Simon Museum
- USC Pacific Asia Museum
- Pasadena Museum of History
- Pasadena Museum of California Art
- Arboretum of Los Angeles County
- California Science Center
- Descanso Gardens
- Disneyland Resort
- The Getty Center
- Knott’s Berry Farm
- Los Angeles County Museum of Art
- Los Angeles Zoo
- Mount Wilson Observatory
- Natural History Museum
- Page Museum Tar Pits
- Rodeo Drive
- Santa Monica Pier
- Six Flags Magic Mountain
- Universal Studios Hollywood
Once again, space is extremely limited. We will only accept registrations as long as we have spots available. This is not a traditional conference; it’s an opportunity for you to interact with our hosts and Reformation-minded friends from around the world.
We plan to open registration this winter. If you would like to be among the first notified when registration is open. Please fill out this form: