We love good stories and are regularly inspired by stories of courage, sacrifice and generosity; especially when these stories are true. God’s story is the greatest story in all of existence. So isn’t it important to make sure we know God’s true story so we can build sturdy beliefs and right practices in our lives? In this core class you will learn God’s story from beginning to end and build a framework for how to dive deeper into God’s story for the rest of your life.
Our beliefs shape who we are and what we do. They determine the decisions we make about our families, how we choose to spend our time, and what we are willing to sacrifice for. In this core class you will learn the foundational beliefs we hold from the Bible, why we hold them, what they mean and where they are in the Bible. This class will help you grow in the confidence of what we believe as Christians and why.
Who do your actions say you are? The practices of your life are really good indicators of what story you hold as true and what beliefs you have built your life around. In this class you will take a look at the core practices Jesus calls his followers to live out regularly. By the end you will know these practices, have some specific ways to live out these practices regularly and understand how each of these practices help you grow in faithfulness in your relationship with Jesus.
How did the church get started? What is the purpose of the church and how are God’s people supposed to interact with each other and the world? We will look at these questions and many others as we walk through the book of Acts.
Leader | Rehberg
Location | E2.210
You have heard that the Bible is the most important book of all time because it points us to God and shows us who He is and how we can know Him. But can we trust the Bible? In this class we will look at why we can and why we should trust the Bible as God’s authoritative Word.
Leaders | Rick Peralez & Pat Ford
Room | E1.208/210
How do we follow Jesus day in and day out? We can all use some practical advice on what it looks like to follow Jesus. In this study we will walk through the book of James and learn how to apply these practical truths to our every day lives.
Leader | Marc Poulain
Room | E2.205
Circumstances change quickly and it can be hard to live with joy regardless of what’s in front of you. In this study of the book of Philippians we will look at how Paul continued to encourage others and live with clarity of purpose and joy in the midst of hard circumstances.
Leader | Bonheim
Room | E1.218/219
When the storms of life challenge your faith it can be hard to know what to do. In this class we will walk through the book of Job and learn how to navigate the difficult circumstances that often leave us questioning our faith.
Leader | Blake Hamilton
Room | E2.209/211
This is a rich study of selected Psalms, which contain glorious examples of hymns of lamentations, praise, thanksgiving, celebrations of God’s law, wisdom and expressions of confidence in God.
Leader | Terry Land & Denice Brown
Room | E2.201/203
This study will wrestle with these deep questions and ultimately enable us to see afresh our need for the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Location | Marvin Waley
Room | Parlor
We will continue to take a look at the life and ministry of Jesus through the Book of Mark.
Teacher | Ed Rogers
Room | E2.109/111
In the beginning, God created everything for His glory and our good. But when sin entered the world, creation appeared to be ruined. Out of the ruins, God made a promise: that through one man’s descendant, God would bless the whole world—and restore the good creation He made. Through this study, your groups will discover the truth that nothing is outside of God’s plan or control to redeem creation from sin.
Leader | Georgia Hensley
Location | E2.102
Going from elementary school to middle school is a huge milestone, but it isn't big just for kids . . . it's big for parents, too! Your sixth grader will be in an 8 week class that acclimates them to the new world of Student Ministry so we want to invite you to journey alongside them. In this class, parents will talk about coaching spiritual disciplines, managing a world that is growing more autonomous for your soon to be teenager, and much more. The Lord made 6th graders. Come find out how to live with them.
Leader | Brett Levy
Location | E2.202
Outlining fourteen foundational principles centered on the gospel, he shows that we need more than the latest parenting strategy or list of techniques. We need the rescuing grace of God―grace that has the power to shape how we view everything we do as parents.
Leaders | Harry Sundberg
Room | E2.207
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