Sunday School

Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.

Romans 12:2

Classes Offered Starting July 10

Chasing Idols

Teachers: Rich Parfrey and Dan Budde
The first and greatest commandment says that our relationship with God is a heart, soul, mind, and might matter. Anything that is put in front of God and our relationship with Him is drawn from our own hearts and succumbs to what the world and the adversary have to offer. We will study the fickleness in our ways and the firm foundation that we have in Christ so that we can better understand such things as anxiety, depression, self-pity, and—in extreme cases—despair, anger, and addictions.

Resources: the Bible, the book “Idols of The Heart,” and other counseling resources to point the class participants towards Jesus, His gospel, and the idols that lie within our hearts.

Systematic Theology 101

Teachers: Matt Jantz, Luke Jacques, Adam Beth, Eli Grajkowski
Throughout church history, there has been a long tradition of studying the Bible’s teachings on important doctrines such as God’s Word, redemption, the church, etc. In this introductory  class, we will seek to get a better understanding of what systematic theology is, as well as take a look at some of the key doctrines found within Scripture.

Resources: the Bible and Wayne Grudem’s Systematic Theology as a resource and framework for the structure of the class.

Church History Overview

Teachers: Herman Restrepo, Jude Restrepo, and Matt Erdman
In the class we will be investigating the early church, from its inception to around 500 AD. As a class we will learn about and discuss: the early missions and growth of christianity, persecutions by the Roman state, the development of theology and the defense against arising heresies, and the eventual establishment of the catholic church. 

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