Adult Bible Class Offerings for Sunday Mornings:

                                                                           The current quarter began Sunday, March 12.
Ladies’ Class—The Ladies Class will start a new quarter on June 4.  All ladies are encouraged to join as they begin their study of the Sermon on the Mount.  Susan Jones, Rachel McCuiston, and Tammy Holmes will be leading the discussion.
Men’s Class—The men’s class will continue to work through Tony Dungy’s excellent book, Uncommon. The book has a daily scriptural thought that directly challenges men to think about life and daily Christian responsibility. This class will give men the opportunity to dive into scripture and discuss the challenges that we face in our daily lives. The topics include growing stronger in faith, raising godly families, developing Christian influence, and helping others to be more like Jesus. If you need a book, please see David Satterfield.
Philippians—The letter to the church at Philippi is one of Paul’s most beautiful and well-loved works. There was much going on among the Philippians that was attractive. At the same time, the church there—like any church—was in need of instruction and guidance. Keith Lyda will lead a study through this great book.
1 and 2 Timothy. Paul wrote two letters to the young evangelist who had been dispatched to Ephesus. These two letters hold great wisdom and instruction for Christian men and women in every generation. Phil Robertson and Jack Vanderpool will lead this study.
College/Young Professionals (Co-Pro)—This class will study through the Gospel of Matthew. Matthew was long the “go-to” gospel for the early church, and for good reason. In it, the apostle presents Jesus as the King, the Messiah who was long prophesied to come. Led by Ricky Gray.

Wednesday Night Adult Classes 

                                                        The new Wednesday night quarter and classes began March 8.
The Parables of Jesus- Jesus Christ often spoke in stories to his disciples. Those who belong to Jesus and whose hearts were focused on spiritual things were ultimately able to understand the powerful messages in these stories. Paul Ellison will lead a study of these great parables.
Christian Ethics- This class is continued from last quarter. It is focused on using scripture as a foundation for helping us to live as the people of Christ in difficult modern circumstances. We face many complicated and thorny situations in our lives—situations that beg for a Christian response. In this class we openly tackle some very real issues from a biblical perspective. Taught by Ricky Gray.

College/Young Professionals (Co-Pro)– This class is studying the men and women of the Old Testament.

 

Summer Quarter Classes

Summer quarter Sunday morning Bible classes will begin Sunday, June 4. They are:

Ladies’ Class – The Ladies’ Class will study the Sermon on the Mount in the Gospel of Matthew. Supplemental material will come from the book, Living Jesus, by Randy Harris. Class led by Tammy Holmes, Angie Purvine, and Rachel McCuiston.

Men’s Class – The men’s class will continue to work through Tony Dungy’s excellent book, Uncommon. The book has a daily scriptural thought that directly challenges men to think about life and Christian responsibility. This class will give men the opportunity to dive into scripture and discuss the challenges that we face in our daily lives. The topics include growing stronger in faith, raising godly families, developing Christian influence, and helping others to be more like Jesus. If you need a book, please see David Satterfield.

1 and 2 Peter – Tom Clark and Kevin Billips will lead a study through these great letters from the apostle Peter.

Nehemiah – We study the book of Nehemiah from the perspective of his leadership style. Nehemiah was called to restore God’s city—Jerusalem—and to restore God’s people to their faith. This class will be taught by David Satterfield.

College/Young Professionals (Co-Pro) – This class will continue its study through the Gospel of Matthew. Matthew was long the “go-to” gospel for the early church, and for good reason. In it, the apostle presents Jesus as the King, the Messiah who was long prophesied to come.  This class will be lad by Ricky Gray.

 

 

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