Ongoing crisis and quarantine can cause us to feel disconnected from God. In these seasons, it's easy to find yourself in a spiritual rut. Life Pacific University is offering a free, live webinar about how to connect with God and approach spiritual formation even in crisis. Hear from LPU Campus Pastor Daniel Fernandez and Professor Dominic Partida as they unpack lessons from scripture and share from their own experience. This webinar is perfect for young leaders! Register today to grow in your faith!
A Biblical Foundation for Spiritual Formation
The Impact of Crisis on Spiritual Formation
Emphasis on Real, Practical Situations
Live Question & Response
Join the Event Live from Your Own Home
The event will be hosted live on Zoom, a free and easy to use video conferencing app for your phone or computer. You can login on a phone or computer right from your own home. An event link will be sent when you sign-up.
Meet The Speakers
LPU Campus Chaplian
Daniel Fernandez is passionate about teaching and training young people and young leaders, helping them understand the importance of discipleship to bring about real spiritual growth. His heart for relational discipleship and authentic community has resulted in many young leaders being released into their God-ordained calling. His preaching style reflects a depth in the Word and sensitivity to the Spirit, as well as a unique sense of humor that connects with all ages. Daniel currently serves as campus pastor at Life Pacific University and serves at Freedom Church under the leadership of Pastors Justice and Maria Coleman.
LPU Adjunct Professor of Bible & Theology
Dominic Partida is a Mexican and Native American lover of Jesus from Huntington Park, California. Dominic graduated from LPC (Biblical Studies) in 2012. He earned his Master of Divinity degree from Azusa Pacific Seminary in May 2016. Dominic served as an associate pastor at The Well Foursquare Church in Artesia, California for 6 years and has been teaching at LPU for last 3 years. If he’s not watching movies and The Office re-runs with his wife, Aby, you can usually find him listening to music, reading or nerding out about theology, sports and current issues.