Winter Quarter 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 Media Room (December – January 5th)
Life Group Leader and Host Training
This training will be primarily orientated for new folks interested in hosting or facilitation our Life Groups. We are looking for new families to Host going into 2020. If you are an existing host or facilitator, your input and expertise would be valuable for the class as well, so please feel free to attend.
In Room #2 (December – Mid January)
Anxious for Nothing, Finding Calm in a Chaotic World
based on the book by Max Lucado
– Led by: Don Mellor
In Room #2 (January – end or quarter)
How the Greatest Sermon in the World will Change Your Life
A study of the Sermon on the Mount based on the Living Jesus series by Randy Harris.
In Room #4
Basics of Family Ministry Training
This will be a continuation of the current class, with a focus for parents, not how to parent, but rather how to provide an anchor to our children as they transition from youth to adulthood focusing on:
Transitioning learning into action by becoming doers of what they hear and learn in bible classes and what we teach them.
Transitioning Youth to Adulthood by building their own network of friends, mentors and lasting relationships in the church to help sustain their faithfulness as adults.
What obligation do our children have with regard to all that the church and the family have been teaching them? What should they do with these teachings?
During the quarter we will be transitioning to working out the programming of our Youth Ministry: What to program, how should the program work, and creating permanent habits.
– Led by: Christopher Baidoo-Essien
In Room #5
Paul’s Letter to the Thessalonians
We will continue our textual study on 1 Thessalonians and finish through 2 Thessalonians
– Led by: Phil Leupold and Darrell Davis

Wednesday Evening

In the Auditorium
Magic Legs
– Led by: Brent McFarland