Sunday Mornings… ” II Samuel”
Throughout history there are have been certain figures who were considered “larger-than-life.” Few Bible heroes hold this distinction more than David. He is often seen as a role model for being “a man after God’s own heart.” II Samuel reveals David’s successes; however, he was not without major flaws. Despite David’s human weaknesses, God worked through him and his descendants to achieve the salvation of humanity by the promised Messiah, Jesus Christ.
If you are allergic to strong fragrances, a “Fragrance Free” class meets in the choir room.
Sunday Morning small group studies start at 9:15 AM for all age groups. Come to the Welcome Center desk for information on a wide variety of classes.
Sunday Evenings … “Old Testament History
The “Old Testament History” class provides a Biblical, historical and geographical look at the story of “Israel’s entry into their Promised Land” from the Books of Deuteronomy and Joshua. Class resumes on July 1st in Room 146/148 at 4:45 PM.
Our Youth are studying the book of I John.Class meets at 4:45 PM in Room 145.
Wednesday Evenings…”What the Rabbis Know About Messiah”
The majority of Jewish people do not realize the common 21st Century Jewish view of Messiah (Christ) is not the traditional view. Jewish scholar, Rachmiel Frydland, addresses this oversight in view of the Scriptures and the ancient Jewish traditions. Come join us! Workbooks are $10. Class meets at 6:30 PM in Room 146/148.
Thursday mornings…Men’s Bible Study
Hope under Construction: Nehemiah, introduces men to one of the greatest leaders of all time! Nehemiah had every reason on earth to lose hope and give up, yet he had access to every resource in heaven to combat his earthly crisis. Class meets on Thursday morning bright and early at 5:44 AM in Room 145
College students, join us for this Thursday night verse-by-verse study of the book of Hebrews that meets at 6:45 – 8:15 pm in Room 145.
Sunday and Wednesday evening seminars provide instruction for spiritual growth and practical application of biblical principals to modern day life issues.
Seminars are video instruction from current spiritual leaders in America combined with interactive teaching by leaders in America combined with interactive teaching by church staff members.
Topics include personal finances, child discipline, raising teenage and special needs children, evolution vs. creation, ministry to the disabled, marriage enhancement, effective prayer, and substance abuse ministry.
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