Everybody Always | Virtual | Teacher: Mark Moore | Wed. @ 7:00pm
// Starts Feb. 24 //
"Love is a constant theme throughout our Bible and it bears a closer look. We’re exhorted to act, think, react, and grow in love probably more than anything else. We’re told our identity will be clearly demonstrated by the love we show. We’ll journey together with Bob Goff through his stories of relationships and find out how God wants us to be love in practical ways as an extension of himself. We’re sure to be challenged and encouraged as we move beyond what we think is expected and explore ways to fulfill what God expects. We won’t try to do it perfectly; that’s part of the deal. But we will find ways to see the intrinsic value in everyone and share love with “Everybody, Always!”"
Christian Apologetics | In-Person | Teacher: Jack Diamond | Sundays @ 9:30
// Starts March 7th //
Are you prepared to give a reason for the hope that you have? Would you like to be able to answer the following questions: Does truth exist? Does God exist? Are the New Testament documents reliable? What evidence is there for the resurrection of Jesus? Join us as we explore, "I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist" by Norm Geisler and Frank Turek. This class will be located in the Family Life Center - Large Classroom F4
Luke | Virtual | Teacher: Lara Line | Sundays @ 9:30am
// Continuing //
We all fear being left out, being exposed as outsiders. Jesus constantly encountered people―like us―who were longing to belong. Luke himself was an outsider to Jesus’ community, and yet there he found a new family and a new future. In his Gospel, we discover how Jesus responded to people like us. Jesus didn’t simply redraw the lines and create a wider circle. He erased the lines by drawing all people to Himself, no matter their social status. Study Luke’s Gospel and see how God made room―for everyone.
The Dangers of a Shallow Faith | Virtual | Teacher: Susan Larsen | Sundays @ 9:30am (Ladies Class)
// Starts Jan. 10 //
The Ladies Class this semester will be going through A.W. Tozer’s book “Dangers of a Shallow Faith.” In this book, believers in will discover anew: the importance of standing boldly against spiritual and moral slumber, see the importance of remaining awake in the face of constant temptation and distraction and discover a spiritual awakening and change the Holy Spirit can bring to a surrendered life.
Minor Prophets | In-Person | Teacher: Leanne Barnard | Sundays @ 11am
// Starts Jan. 10 //
Encounter a deeper reality through the minor prophets. Expand the borders of your day-to-day existence and discover God’s presence all around you, woven into the fabric of every person, place, and thing God made. Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, and Micah will show you how every event is stamped with God’s presence. They’ll give you eyes to see the unseen, not only in their ancient sermons but also in your life today. This class is located in the Family Life Center - Classroom F4