Courses meet at 9:00 am.
During the fall season we join together to work through significant topics that challenge our worldview and refresh our fellowship.
Young adults in college or beginning a career. Training and preparation for the life that is truly life; a life of holiness in a world that isn’t. We are serious about our quest, while celebrating the wonderful grace that has been lavished on us through Christ Jesus our Lord and Master (Conference Room with the DeHamers & Schoonovers).
The Early Church Emerges: A study of the Church in it’s formative years.
The Church began as a fledgling group of followers of the risen Christ and in four centuries became the official religion of the great Roman Empire. These faithful had to struggled against outsiders and also from within their ranks. The church was modeled on the Jewish synagogue and was gradually refined into a strong separate identity. We will look at how they lived and worshiped, and that how we worship today emerged from the Early Church (Dr. Wayne Wright, Sunshine Room 117 – lower level).
Seeing Jesus Series: The Word of the Lord
Gain a fresh perspective on the message of the Old Testament prophets, a broader understanding of Jesus as the fulfillment of Scripture, and much more when you join the Ladies Bible Class to study “The Word of the Lord. Seeing Jesus in the Prophets” by Nancy Guthrie (Julie Atwood, Room 105 – lower level).
The Navigators Life Change Series: The Gospel of John
When Jesus spoke, people listened. When Jesus traveled, people followed. When Jesus arrived, hearts and lives were transformed. No other Gospel gives such extensive explanation to Jesus’ ministry as the Gospel of John. He is the Word, the Light, the Lamb – the eternal Son of God. Let the humanity of Christ move you as He feels your joys and pains, and let the deity of Christ awaken you to the life He has planned (Gary Wiers, Fellowship Hall – lower level).
Men’s Mentor Group
Men’s Sunday School class: Beyond the Superficial, a study from 1 Timothy. Paul said to Timothy that he should “rather discipline yourself for godliness”. We emphasize the classic spiritual disciplines including confession, accountability, prayer and study as we seek to develop into the kind of men and leaders God desires us to become. We welcome any guy that wants to join us, and by the way, we have snacks (Jim VanderMey, Room 107 – lower level).