Courses meet at 9:00 am.
During the summer season we join together to work through significant topics that challenge our worldview and refresh our fellowship.
Surrender – Ladies book discussion
What does it mean to be fully surrendered to Jesus Christ? In her book, Nancy Leigh DeMoss encourages us to lay it all down before the King, making the difficult, yet rewarding choice to become a slave of Jesus Christ, in a never-ending loving relationship with Him.
Topics in Christian History
As a follow up to Heroes of the Faith the Christian History (Heritage) studies will branch off to other Christianity topics including, Origins of the King James Bible, Islam, Cults, The Crusades, The Papacy, Monasteries, End Times Ideas. The class will also have opportunity for input concerning topics to be explored. The focus will be on the big picture of God’s providence in the history of the church.
Understanding and valuing the power of a praying church, this group meets with the specific purpose of praying for our church body, it’s leaders, and the proclamation of Word and worship here at Grace.
Epistle of James: Be Mature – Growing up in Christ
Perhaps of all the books in the New Testament, James most squarely focuses on results. His pull-no-punches approach to spiritual maturity and his preference for actions over words makes his text the perfect backdrop for a study of how to grow in faith. The powerful message of James’ letter to the church is as relevant today as when he originally wrote it. Many of our problems in life stem from our own spiritual immaturity. But, God has more planned for us. He wants us to grow up, not just grow old.
For the Life of the World: Letters to the Exiles
For the Life of the World is a study series that explores the deeper meaning of Salvation. Have you ever wondered, “What is my Salvation actually for?” Is it only about personal atonement, about getting to heaven, or something that comes later? Is it just to have a “friend in Jesus?” Discover a bigger picture of what it means to be “in the world, not of it.” Explore how God’s purposes are woven into every area of our lives: family, work, art, charity, education, government, recreation, and all creation! The Bible calls us Strangers and Pilgrims, living in “the now and not yet” of God’s Kingdom Come on earth. We are also called to be salt and light, to have a transforming presence among our neighbors. Learn how our lives lived on earth matter in God’s plan for the world. Find wonder and hope along this journey as we rediscover our passionate and imaginative callings as agents of God’s grace in every broken place.