Starts July 22. Conflict is inevitable. No relationship is immune. When managed biblically, conflict can serve as a catalyst for change and an opportunity for spiritual and relational growth. (Product Description)
Tim Miller is leading the College and Career Class through this study on conflict resolution in corner classroom on the 2nd floor on Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
The term ‘Christian apologetics’ doesn’t refer to apologizing (or saying ‘sorry’) for being a Christian. It comes from the Greek word ?πολογ?α (apología) meaning defense. Christian apologetics is the reasoned defense of the Christian faith against objections, but also includes the setting forth of positive grounds for Christianity. (creation.com) Come join us as we dig into the Word to help us "Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have." (1 Peter 3:15)
Steve Ogren leads this class on Sunday mornings at Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in last classroom on the right on the second floor.
"Ephesians is addressed to a group of believers who are rich beyond measure in Jesus Christ, yet live as beggars, and only because they are ignorant of their wealth." (The Holy Bible, Broadman & Holman, p.1027) Come join us to learn about the treasures in Christ for all who trust Him as Savior!
Nate Grotzke leads this class is directed toward young adults, but anyone is welcome. Class meets Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in the 2nd Floor Assembly Room.
Why were people in the first century so drawn to Jesus of Nazareth? His powerful miracles and challenging teachings, for sure. But it was also His character. Humanity had never witnessed someone who is loving, joyful, peaceful, patient, compassionate, generous, faithful, humble, and self-controlled all the time. It was as if God Himself had become a human being to demonstrate the life that is possible–a life beyond amazing. (Product Description)
Join small group leader Gordon Struble on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for this exciting study as they meeting in the Library.
Have you lost your joy? Life’s obstacles and disappointments can tempt Christians to lose hope and hang up their joy, just as the Israelites hung their harps upon trees by the rivers of Babylon. In Heartstrings, Jill Briscoe discusses eight “trees” that believers hang their joy upon, including grief, grudge and gloom. (Product Description)
Join Cindy Grotzke on Sundays at 9:30 a.m. as she leads the women's group through this study on regaining your hope and joy.
Join group leader Lindsay Jones as he explores Hebrews 12, a study on how to faithfully endure the race that God has set aside for each one of us. The idea comes from a book by Steve Pettit called Run the Race. We will not be using the book as a study guide, but it will be referenced.
- Knowing that God has prepared the race
- Keeping our eyes on Jesus during the race
- Running with endurance the race filled with difficulties and discipline
- Submitting to the Coach
- Allowing God to renew and revive us along the track
This group will meet in Mrs. Lenz's K-4 classroom in the West wing, and meets weekly on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Mike Courts is leading this men's study on The Book of James Sundays at 9:30 a.m.