NEW Adult Classes
beginning April 2
Love Your Neighbor
What does the Bible say about ordinary people doing ordinary things with Gospel intentionality? How can we as ordinary Christians turn the world upside down? This class is more than studying the Bible, it’s about plugging in. We’ll explore practical ways within our community to live out faith through love, justice and mercy (Micah 6:8). This class is open to everyone.
Teacher: Dan Bailey in Classroom 1 at 10:30
How to be Good and Angry
We experience anger every day. It seems so natural, yet so destructive. But not all anger is wrong. Anger is also a very good quality. Our God is filled with holy anger and we must share in His character. As God’s image-bearers, we have the capacity for godly anger. But sin has corrupted our hearts, so we also have the capacity for resentment and hatred. What started out as good becomes selfish and destructive. Don’t try to manage your anger by putting a lid on it. Deal with the root problems and get biblical hope as you face it. This class is for women.
Teacher: Jamie Pipher in the Fellowship Hall at 10:30
The Men’s Class will begin a 13-week study of this Old Testament book. We will learn more about how to interpret a book of the Bible and be nourished by it. In many ways, Jeremiah is a book for our time: it teaches us how to live as “Resident Aliens” in the midst of confusing societal change and upheaval.
Teacher: Pastor Nathan in Classroom 2 at 10:30
Ezra & Nehemiah
This class will be a chapter by chapter study of Ezra and Nehemiah. Some of the main themes we will discuss are:
This class is open to everyone.
Teacher: Pastor Scott in Classroom 1 at 9:00