The Book of Isaiah: Teacher: Dan Chambers | Where: Auditorium
A textual study of the Old Testament book of Isaiah. This class repeats on Wednesday evenings.
The Book of Hebrews: Teacher: Don Wright | Where: Room 207 (Barn Door Room)
Behind the barn door we will have a small class discussing the book of Hebrews. No other book more clearly explains the relationship of the old and new covenants, while emphasizing all the ways the greatness of Christ should encourage us to remain faithful no matter what.
Negotiating with God: Teacher: Shawn Everson | Where: Room 210
Life is negotiation. Life is all about out interactions with others - family, friends, colleagues and most significantly, God. In this topical study, we will examine many of our most fundamental and formative values and assumptions about God, our prayer practices, motives and behaviors, especially regarding our willingness to submit to God.
Men's Class—Point Man:
Teachers: Jeff Taylor, Ryan Daniel, and Tim Bankhead | Where: Fellowship Hall
Steve Farrar wrote Point Man thirty years ago. With more than half a million copies sold, it’s a resource for how to faithfully lead and love your family, walk boldly through challenging seasons of marriage and parenting, stand firm against personal temptation, and forge a faith that shines bright. Yet the war on the family has only intensified since this trusted guide first came out. Whether through entertainment, social media, or legislation, our world seems determined to undermine the traditional family—which means faithful spiritual leadership is needed more than ever. Men of all ages welcome!
Young Professionals: Idols in the Garden: Teacher: Reed Vega | Where: Room 212
Using the first chapters of Scripture to help make sense of a perfect God in a fallen world.
College Class: 7 Deadly Sins
Teachers: Various Teachers | Where: Room 304 (Upstairs Classroom)
Seven deadly sins - They cause us to say and do things that ruin our relationships, undermine our future, and stunt our growth as a Christian. They can take root in our hearts and send up poisonous shoots sabotaging our hopes and dreams. We will study these sins, how Satan uses them to drive us away from God and how we can use a Gospel strategy to fight back against Satan and these sins.
Differentiated Needs Adult Class:Teachers: Various | Where: Room 200
Contacts: Jessica Haedge
This class is provided for students with specific and special needs and includes a rotation of qualified teachers providing professionally-designed Biblical curriculum.