Faith & Values
First dream symposium to be held next month at Cumberland University
Updated Jul 5, 2014 at 12:23 AM
The first dream symposium will be held Aug. 16 at Cumberland University.
The event, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. until 4 p.m. in Labry Hall, will feature three expert practitioners in dream language and interpretation and will include resources, including a dictionary of dream language.
One of the speakers, Laura Harris Smith, recently published her book, “Seeing the Voice of God,” and it was at the top of the Amazon bestseller list for Christian books at for more than three weeks. It remained in the top three Thursday.
Smith and her husband, Chris, are pastors at Eastgate Creative Christian Fellowship in Donelson.
Another speaker, James Goll, is a prolific writer and has published numerous materials related to dreams, the language of dreams. He teaches people to interpret their personal dreams.
Christian Retailing recently selected one of Goll’s books as the best of 2014 in the charismatic category. He lives in Franklin.
Robin Wood Hardin, of Lebanon, will also speak. Hardin has written a number of books and currently has a weekly show on Christian Television Network featured on WHTN Nashville. She is serves as a spokesperson for Joseph’s Storehouse Ministries and is a local and regional leader for Aglow, International.
The event is open for registration, and seats are limited. Registration is $30 for the day and includes lunch in the dining hall.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Lebanon Dream Symposium on Facebook.