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2019 Wimberley Seminar

Join us in beautiful Wimberley, Texas, at a gorgeous time of year for a unique educational event. Dr. Lane G. Tipton, Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, will teach an introduction to covenant theology. Dr. Tipton will teach twelve thirty-minute lessons in stunning Chapel Hall at Old Glory Ranch in Wimberley. The talks are perfectly geared for thoughtful adult Christians as well as church officers and leaders.

The seminar will be professionally filmed and developed into a video curriculum designed for adult Sunday School classes. Attendees should know that they may end up being filmed as part of the audience. Because we are filming, children are not allowed at this event.

In addition to the seminar, we have designed an opportunity for extended fellowship and theological discussion. What many people love the most about our events is the discussion and fellowship after hours. We’re attempting to multiply those opportunities throughout the week by making it possible for people to stay in the same location. Join us at the View at Eagles Nest where we have booked a group of guest houses for people who want to spend additional time with other attendees and the Reformed Forum faculty.

This event would be a great opportunity for couples to have a getaway in the Texas hill country at a beautiful time of year even while officers and leaders will enjoy the stimulating theological discussion.

Speaker

Dr. Lane G. Tipton
Westminster Theological Seminary

Schedule

Tuesday

April 2, 2019

Chapel Hall
Old Glory Ranch
3633 River Rd.
Wimberley, TX 78676

Registration — 9:15–10:00 am

Welcome and Introduction — 10:00–10:15 am
Camden Bucey

Lecture #1 — 10:15–10:45 am
Lane Tipton

Lecture #2 — 11:15–11:45 am
Lane Tipton

Lunch — 12:00–1:00pm
Catered on-site.

Lecture #3 — 1:15–1:45 pm
Lane Tipton

Lecture #4 — 2:15–2:45 pm
Lane Tipton

Town Hall — 3:00 pm
Reformed Forum Board Members

Lonestar Symposium — 8:00 pm
The View at Eagle’s Nest
290 Eagle’s Nest Drive
Wimberley, TX 78676

Wednesday

April 3, 2019

Welcome — 10:00–10:15 am
Camden Bucey

Lecture #5 — 10:15–10:45 am
Lane Tipton

Lecture #6 — 11:15–11:45 am
Lane Tipton

Lunch — 12:00–1:00pm
Catered on-site.

Lecture #7 — 1:15–1:45 pm
Lane Tipton

Lecture #8 — 2:15–2:45 pm
Lane Tipton

Lonestar Symposium — 8:00 pm
The View at Eagle’s Nest
290 Eagle’s Nest Drive
Wimberley, TX 78676

Thursday

April 4, 2019

Welcome — 10:00–10:15 am
Camden Bucey

Lecture #9 — 10:15–10:45 am
Lane Tipton

Lecture #10 — 11:15–11:45 am
Lane Tipton

Lunch — 12:00–1:00pm
Catered on-site.

Lecture #11 — 1:15–1:45 pm
Lane Tipton

Lecture #12 — 2:15–2:45 pm
Lane Tipton

Conclusion — 2:45–3:00 pm
Camden Bucey

Registration

All tickets include lunch each day (April 2–4).

Early Bird Rates (ends January 31, 2019)
Main conference — $199

Standard Rates (after January 31, 2019)
Main conference — $229

Discounted Rates
Student (seminary or college) — $179
Spouse Rate (Married couples receive a discounted second ticket) — $149

Location & Accommodations

Seminar Location

Old Glory Ranch
3633 River Rd.
Wimberley, TX 78676

The main seminar will be held at Chapel Hall at Old Glory Ranch. Lunch will be provided on-site and will be served on the adjacent covered patio, weather permitting.

Special Lodging for The View at Eagles Nest

The View At Eagle’s Nest
290 Eagle’s Nest Drive
Wimberley, TX 78676

Attendees who have reserved a guesthouse at The View at Eagle’s Nest may check in after 4pm on Monday, April 1st. Check-out is by 10am on Saturday, April 6th.

Guesthouses include a kitchen and are stocked with bedding, towels and toiletries. Hospitality is provided by Reformed Forum in The Panorama Room.

Conference Attendees who are not staying in a guesthouse are invited to visit The View at Eagle’s Nest on Tuesday and Wednesday from 8–10pm for a time of fellowship and discussion. Snacks will be provided. BYOB.

Other Accommodations

Wimberley is known for its unique bed and breakfasts. In addition, you will find rustic cabins, guesthouses, boutique hotels and traditional hotels. Many beautiful accommodations are available at Airbnb. We invite you find something unique and make the most of your time in Texas Hill Country. 

FAQs for Attendees

What should I bring?
Attendees should bring a Bible and a notebook for the sessions. Coffee, bottled water, and lunch will be provided.

What should I wear?
Please keep in mind that the sessions will be filmed. Plan to wear something comfortable but appropriate for a video that will be shown on Sunday mornings. Coats and ties aren’t necessary. You can expect warm days and cooler evenings.

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