Adult Classes

Our Bible classes are really learning communities. These are times to learn and grow together, not only in God’s Word but also in our relationships with one another. Some may wonder about the importance of Bible classes. While there are several reasons to be connected to a learning community, a significant one is to balance the false philosophies of media and culture. While the time spent under media and culture often outweighs our time spent in Bible study, it is important to gain every advantage and learn the things that please God and benefit our lives.

Sunday Morning

In the Auditorium
How To Read the Bible
We are going to take a very basic overview of the Bible, including how to study, interpret and apply what you read.
Interpreting the Bible is something everyone does, whether we think about it or not. It’s helpful to know that
the Bible is a collection of books, how it is organized, and some helpful tips on how to read and interpret each type of book.
– Taught by: Ben Cook
 
In Room # 4
Grief Recovery
Almost everyone has experienced grief in their lives.  Incomplete recovery from grief can have a lifelong negative
effect on our capacity for happiness. But it is possible to recover from grief and regain energy and spontaneity.
This quarter we will study the action program for moving beyond death, divorce, and other losses. We will identify how
grievers can take specific actions needed to move beyond loss and grow in their personal faith in our Heavenly Father.
– Led by: Don Mellor
 
Media Room
Decisions, Decisions: How God Shows the Way
We all face decisions. Rarely do we get through a day without being confronted with choices. Some are minor and
some are major. To make good choices, we need good data, and there is much that God says about how we live our
lives. As Isaiah says, “Your eyes will see your Teacher, and whenever you turn to the right or to the left, your ears will
hear this command behind you: “This is the way.”
– Facilitated by: Dennis Baker
 

Wednesday Evening

In the Auditorium
The Disciples Path: After All, Who Is Jesus?
Over the ages, people have redefined Christianity by adapting Jesus to the demands of the times. Scripture
reveals Jesus in a way that is compelling and engaging.  Our goal with this class is to focus in on who Jesus is and
how He lived as way to better understand my own Path as a Follower of Jesus..
– Led by: Dennis Baker
 
In Room # 4
Passing on the Truth of Christ, Part Two
Our goal with this class material is to direct to truths that will help us raise children who will seek and hold on to Christ
in their own faith.
Led by: Ben Cook