The J-Curve: Hope and Direction in a Crisis

The J-Curve: Hope and Direction in a Crisis

Online Seminar
J-Curve Online
Thursday, March 19
Interactive Bible Study 8:00 to 9:00 PM EDT

Watching our culture coming to grips with the coronavirus, I keep thinking of the J-Curve®—the idea from the apostle Paul that the normal Christian life continually re-enacts the dying and rising of Jesus. This virus is potentially a “J-Curve” for all of us now. I say “potentially” because some brush off the danger and others panic. Instead, I’d like to help you see this crisis through the lens of dying and rising with Jesus. This incredibly rich idea from the apostle Paul gives hope and meaning in even the darkest of times.

On Thursday night (March 19) I’d like to invite you to a FREE 1-hour seminar on the J-Curve where I’ll take you through a lesson from our J-Curve study online and use that to tie into our “cultural moment.” I’ll be doing it interactively on Zoom so you’ll have a chance to ask questions live.

Meet Paul E. Miller
Executive Director

How does seeJesus serve pastors? It’s easy in ministry to lose your first love. Having trained pastors now for 30 years, I’ve noticed how often youthful ambition gives way to cynicism. It’s a cancer of the soul. My prayer is that if you immerse yourself in our training and material, your love for Jesus and the church will grow. 

I’m interested. Where should I start? SeeJesus wants to first be a catalyst for restoring your soul and then for equipping your congregation. We are serious about getting your people on the front lines. While you can simply order materials through our website, I encourage you to attend or host one of our equipping seminars.

Paul E. Miller (MDiv, Biblical Seminary) is the executive director of seeJesus as well as the best-selling author of A Praying Life and several other books. With the help of his ministry staff, Miller creates and conducts interactive discipleship seminars throughout the world. He and his wife, Jill, live in the Philadelphia area and have six children as well as a growing number of grandchildren.