Terping the Testaments Old: Part 3 - Leviticus
This webcast is the third part of a five part series. In Exodus we learned the directions for building the tabernacle. Now, along side Moses, we will take a journey through the book of Leviticus, which gives the laws and regulations for worship in the tabernacle. This will include instructions on offerings, ceremonial cleanliness, moral laws, holy days, the Sabbath year and the year of Jubilee. We will specifically look at the priests and what role they played in each of these. As interpreters we must know the Bible before we can interpret it. You will be challenged to think conceptually and outside the box. See you in the tabernacle!
Continuing Education Credits
0.300 CEUs (RID approved, professional studies)
High speed internet
Webcast will be 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Central time. Please check your time zone to make sure you sign on at the correct time.
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Note - This webinar will include information and signs as they relate to the Christian faith.
Wendi Coker has worked in the interpreting field for over 20 years and holds National Interpreter Certification (NIC) from the National Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Her interpreting experience encompasses a variety of settings including, medical, legal, mental health, post-secondary education, vocational and religion. She is currently the Interpreter Coordinator at the Deaf Action Center in Shreveport, LA. Wendi is an accomplished workshop and webcast presenter on a variety of subjects. She has also worked for the Bossier Parish Sheriff’s office for 8 years in a variety of setting including, civil, patrol and detectives and is Post Certified in law enforcement. Wendi has worked in deaf ministry for over 12 years. Through that ministry, an evangelistic deaf choir was established called “Hands of Praise”. Wendi traveled with this team for several years ministering to deaf all over.