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 Amplify Media's webinars not only keep you engaged and connected with the authors of your favorite studies, but provide continuing education and training, all on your schedule.

New Spring 2024 Webinars

Our newest webinars will appear here as registration becomes available. Check back often to see all of the FREE webinars we will be offering!

Join Josh Scott and Derrick Weston as they invite you to look at the Bible through its many contexts. Explore how cultural and historical moments shaped Scripture and discover how engaging Scripture more deeply may just lead you toward spiritual renewal.

Join Methodist scholars, Laceye C. Warner and Ashley Boggan D., in an inspiring webinar on the unique values and commitments of the Wesleyan tradition. Journey with them into the heart of the United Methodist identity yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

No one should wrestle with doubt alone. Join Adam Hamilton in this webinar that empowers leaders to acknowledge and explore challenging questions that arise from doubt in ways that enrich the lives of the churched and unchurched year-round.

Join Michael Adam Beck and Stephanie Moore Hand for a webinar on a practical pathway for healing racial divides through community building. Explore new strategies, hear stories of transformation, and equip your congregation to be a beacon of God’s love for all.

Join our host, Magrey deVega, in this two-part Lenten webinar series as authors Susan Robb and Tom Berlin contemplate the Old and New Testament narratives and uncover the story of God’s faithfulness and transformative power—then and now.

Bible-Based

Noted New Testament scholar and author Amy-Jill Levine invites readers to explore Mark’s Gospel with curiosity in The Gospel of Mark: A Beginner’s Guide to the Good News. Join Levine and host, author Josh Scott, as they discuss how to fill in the gaps left by the author of Mark.

Does God have a vision for our lives? Join Magrey deVega, Sam McGlothlin, Jevon Caldwell-Gross, and Susan Robb, the authors of On Purpose: Finding God’s Voice in Your Passion, as they guide you through the transformative journey of learning to listen to the voice of God.

Jesus asked hundreds of questions in the Bible. Join James Howell in conversation with deVega as they explore the ways our answers to the questions Jesus asked change throughout our life journeys as we wrestle with doubt, face trouble and hardship, and deepen our faith along the way.

What is the grown-up way to read the Bible? Join pastor and author Josh Scott with guests Brian McLaren and Kat Armas for this live conversation about Bible Stories for Grown-Ups and discover new ways to reframe your faith beginning with the Bible stories you thought you knew.

Join Dr. Amy-Jill Levine as she discusses  her new study, Signs and Wonders: A Beginner’s Guide to the Miracles of Jesus. Hear from Levine as she examines how to open new ways of reading these narratives, encounter new ideas, and create new insights that can challenge old views.

Many Christians will make a resolution this January to read the Bible more. Some researchers have found that 43% of resolutions will be abandoned by the end of the month! And that's where The Bible Year can help! In this webinar, meet the contributors behind this project.

In this episode, hear from Dr. Amy-Jill Levine about how these difficult teachings would have sounded to the people who first heard them, how they have been understood over time, and how we might interpret them in the Gospel context of love and reconciliation.

First Corinthians is gripping! And in this episode, author & professor Jaime Clark-Soles explores the awe-inspiring, breathtaking world of the first-century church through the eyes of Paul, who was writing to the people trying a wild new social experiment known as a Christian community.

Seasonal

In Heaven and Earth, Will Willimon invites readers to meditate on the God who takes time for us and transforms the world. Join Bishop Willimon and host, Rev. Cameron Merrill, in this webinar about preaching the mysterious and earth-shaking story of Advent and the Incarnation. 

Join authors Rachel Billups and Matt Rawle as they share how to encounter the Christmas story in a new way this Advent season. This webinar invites you to experience the Incarnation through your senses and explore the stories of characters that are often overlooked in Jesus’ birth story.

Join pastor and bestselling author Adam Hamilton as he shares what he has learned through teaching church-wide and small group studies, as well as preaching in the Lenten season. Adam will also preview his new Lenten study, Luke: Jesus and the Outsiders, Outcasts, and Outlaws.

For Lent this year, wouldn’t you like to connect with God in a more meaningful way? Join Barb Roose in an exploration of her newest book! In Finding Jesus in the Psalms, Barb takes a look at six psalms, and helps us find the connections that exist between the Psalms and the life and death of Jesus.

Join Adam Hamilton & Susan Robb as they talk about their new studies and help us anticipate  Advent. Together, they'll explore how John calls us to prepare for Jesus' coming and the angelic visits surrounding the birth of Jesus.

Whether you’re looking for personal encouragement this Advent season or ways to strengthen your churches and small groups through a shared experience, these Christmas studies will inspire you in a variety of meaningful ways.

We celebrate both redemption and resurrection during Holy Week. After a year of living with a global pandemic and deep cultural divides, this year's services  can connect your faith communities with both spiritual traditions and each other.

Three beloved pastors & authors – Magrey deVega, Adam Hamilton, & Susan Robb – join Nicole Caldwell-Gross to talk about their new studies. Be inspired before beginning this year’s Lent with your own churches.

Join host Magrey deVega as he talks with two of our most popular authors – Adam Hamilton and Amy-Jill Levine – about the lessons from Christ’s life and death. You will come closer to Christ during this time of contemplation.

The Promise of Advent is a four-part webinar series hosted by Adam Hamilton to help church leaders prepare for an Advent unlike any other with topical discussions and insights from pastors, worship leaders, and biblical scholars.

Spiritual Growth

Life can often seem like a series of disconnected events, and we can struggle to find any meaning within them.  But Jevon and Nicole Caldwell-Gross will share how God weaves together events that seem random into a beautiful image of joy, survival, purpose, and meaning.

Join author Matt Rawle and artist Sarah Duet in conversation with Rachel Billups as they explore the rich symbolism behind the “I am” statements. Be inspired in your own life and ministry as you gain a better understanding of drama and art at the heart of John’s Gospel.

Courage is foundational for Christian life. But often we wonder if we have what it takes to live the vital life Jesus offers his disciples. In this webinar, Tom Berlin joins Rachel Billups for a live conversation about what inspired him while writing Courage: Jesus and the Call to Brave Faith. 

Social Concerns

Join us in this new webinar series as pastors, small-group leaders, and digital experts discuss how church leaders can help their congregations and communities continue to grow spiritually, whether online or in person.

A four-part webinar series,  Rev. Justin Coleman and panelists--both pastors & mental health professionals--will discuss the practical & spiritual disciplines needed to survive difficult seasons for both church leaders & members.

Justice, Love, & Humility is a three-part webinar series hosted by Rev. Lisa Yebuah to help church leaders navigate the pastorate in a divided nation. Panelists consist of clergy, authors, activists, & experts in social justice.

This webinar explores what it means to be committed to anti-racism & justice. Pastors Jevon Caldwell-Gross, Nicole Caldwell-Gross, & Rob Fuquay discuss their new study based on their experiences in leading the church to confront racism.

Join Robert P. Jones, author of White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity, as he discusses with author Jennifer Harvey why Christianity’s role in white supremacy cannot be overlooked any longer.

Behind-the-Scenes & Wesleyan

Join Sally and Andy Langford and their daughter, Ann Langford Duncan, United Methodist clergy and the authors of Being United Methodist Christians: Living a Life of Grace and Hope, and dive into the history, beliefs, and practices that define United Methodism.

What’s next for us? What does it look like for a Methodist leader (or congregation) to respond to God’s call now? Join us for this informative and challenging discussion as Will Willimon and guests Rev. Dr. F. Douglas Powe, Jr., Dr. Olivia Poole, and Haley Jobe explore Methodist hope and what comes next.

Church Leaders, we hear you. The Now & Next webinar series is our way of helping you navigate the present and look toward the future of the Church. These free digital events feature pastors, leaders, and subject matter experts who are tackling big challenges in authentic ways.