SPRING ADULT BIBLE CLASSES

 

Whether you're new to the Bible or a long-time Christian who studies the Bible regularly, our adult Bible classes offer a welcoming environment to grow in knowledge, understanding and faith, through a variety of topics and formats.

Choose a class that interests you and jump in at any time (starting January 8).
All classes meet on Sundays at 10:00am. 

 

Romans

In his ministry of reconciliation, Paul develops two themes. The first is the justification of guilty sinners by God's grace alone in Christ. The second is that the people of God are no longer defined by descent, circumcision or culture, but according to faith in Jesus. So, "there is no difference" now between Jews and Gentiles. The call to unity is just as relevant to us today as we continue to face tensions in the body of Christ. May we hear and respond to God's call to us in Romans.  Join us in the Auditorium as we continue to explore the book of Romans in a nine-month study.

Class Makeup: Any adults
Location: Auditorium
Teachers: Ted Neil, Roger Whiteside, Willie Crockett

 

Behold, I Have Come – A study of the messianic Psalms

The collection of lyrical poems contained within the book of Psalms displays the gamut of human emotions, from Despair, Anger and Frustration to Joy, Celebration and Hope.  Mostly written by David around 1000 BC, many of these Psalms also foretell of the ultimate source of hope: the Messiah.  In this class we will look at those messianic Psalms, how they were fulfilled in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus, and the Hope that we have today as a result.    

Class Makeup: Any adults
Location: Portable A (ask for directions at the Welcome Center)
Teachers: Mike Humble, John Kay, Bob Marrs

 

Think Good

Maybe you’re a worrier, always dwelling on the worst case scenario. Maybe you’re angry--imaginary conversations with obstinate people clogging your head. Maybe you’re judgmental, “I bet she’s...” at the start of every other train of thought. Maybe you feel guilty, a long list of your weaknesses and failures ever at the ready. Whatever your problem, it starts (and grows) in your thoughts. Bad thoughts, unchecked, make life bad. But what if you could learn to Think Good?

Class Makeup: Young Families (generally anyone with a child in elementary school or younger, but anyone/everyone is welcome)
Location: Room 201  (ask for directions at the Welcome Center)
Teachers: Luke & Haley Cochran

 

Think Good

Maybe you’re a worrier, always dwelling on the worst case scenario. Maybe you’re angry--imaginary conversations with obstinate people clogging your head. Maybe you’re judgmental, “I bet she’s...” at the start of every other train of thought. Maybe you feel guilty, a long list of your weaknesses and failures ever at the ready. Whatever your problem, it starts (and grows) in your thoughts. Bad thoughts, unchecked, make life bad. But what if you could learn to Think Good?*
*Yes, this class's content will be the same as the class listed above; but the classes will meet separately as usual.

Class Makeup: Younger Adults
Location: Room 205  (ask for directions at the Welcome Center)
Teachers: Justin & Jennifer Gerhardt