This Summer we are offering numerous elective-style classes on diverse spiritual topics. Choose a class that interests you and dive in! Begins June 3rd.
BLOCK 1 - JUNE 3, 10, 17, 24
:: Gary Fleet - Icons of Faith (Rm 102)
Using Hebrews 11, we will explore the list of those known as the Heroes of our Faith. Who made the list, and why? How can our faith possibly measure up?
:: Noel Bethea - The Art of Forgiveness (Rm 14)
Forgiving is a core Christian principle. This class focuses
on 'who', 'why', and 'how' we forgive.
:: Gary Albritton - How to Study the Bible (Rm 11)
As the number one best-seller of all time and yet the most debated book in history, the Bible is a collection of sacred texts that have been preserved for thousands of years. It tells the story of God and his mysterious, yet obvious, loving interaction with His creation. But, how do we read it, study it, or interact with it? Maybe, more importantly, what does it do to us?
:: Jeff Wherry - When Hard Times Come: Lessons from Job (Rm 15)
Why do bad things happen to faithful followers of Christ? Where is God when bad things happen to young children? How do we support our brothers and sisters in crises? This study of Job will explore possible answers.
:: Phil Barrows & Les Newton - Bridges Over Troubled Waters ”The Journey” (Rm 17)
Much like the Charles Dickens' classic, A Christmas Carol, this class will explore the Ghost of "Christians" Past vs. the Ghost of "Christians" Future. We will seek to answer the question: How did Jesus call his disciples in the past, and how can we call people to Jesus today?