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 Currently Being Offered
July 25 - October 3

The Rise and Triumph of The Modern Self

Taught By: Herman Restrepo, Dan Budde, Travis Hagen, Luke Jaques
"The Rise and Triumph of The Modern Self is perhaps the most significant book for a believer to read, to best understand the day and age we are living in and how it has come about. By teaching from Carl Trueman's book, we hope to better understand the social, cultural, and political convulsions we are experiencing and how to best engage others in the battle we find ourselves as Christians".

Grief, Loss, and the Gospel

Taught By: Mike Coss
When tragedy strikes, we can become silenced in grief. The promises of God suddenly may seem cold and lifeless. God Himself may feel far away and “hope deferred makes the heart sick,” declares the Proverbs. Yet, sorrows and tears, profound losses and hardships are indeed occurrences in the human condition. Christ’s followers are by no means exempt.

What does the Bible reveal about suffering? What role does suffering uniquely play in the heart of a Christ follower? How might we regain hope once flattened by grief? For all of us, how might we become more helpful, more heartfelt, more biblically Christian – in short, more fruitful in the Spirit – as caring companions of those who weep under a heavy loss or distressing upset?

We will study relevant Scriptures together and explore the practicalities of compassionate care when hard times occur to someone you know. This will be a classroom experience that is both instructional and dialogical.

1 Peter - Hope in a Hard World

Taught By: Dan Wesley, Adam Beth
Peter wrote to believers to bear up under suffering and persecution, not forgetting who they were, and that God had a plan and a purpose for their lives. Peter constantly points us to Jesus, and his example of what it looked like to live and walk in holiness in a hostile world.

How do we react when things get hard? Do we run from the mere thought of pain or trials? Or do we welcome it as an obstacle to overcome? Most of us are somewhere in the middle. Too often in difficult times questions and confusion come and prayer and contentment wane. Peter’s encouragement to Christians is one of perseverance and faith. Our world seems to be getting crazier by the day. We hope to mine the treasures of true faith and joy from the riches of the gospel to propel us through this life of ups and downs.

Membership Matters

Taught By: Scott Lindberg, John Pfannerstill
All prospective members must attend our Membership Matters class. The curriculum is composed of several classes with material from the book Church Membership: How The World Knows Who Represents Jesus (available at the church bookstall).

Some of the material we will discuss  are our statement of faith, church covenant, why join a church, church history, outreach & missions, and life as a church.

Courses are offered in a Sunday school format. Upon completion, those who attended all the classes are able but not obligated to sign up for a membership interview, the third step of the membership process.

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