Adult Sunday School

Fall 2018 Sunday School begin on September 16th at 10:00AM:

The Ologies – Led by Jay Traylor
This is envisioned as sort of a “Christianity 201,” a deeper dive into areas of Christian theology, Christian doctrine, and Christian worldview, as it has developed over the last 2000 years.

Gospel-Based Parenting – Led by Various Parents
Sometimes parents wish there was an exact biblical formula for raising Christian kids—a certain list of rules to follow to ensure they’ll have God loving and obedient children. But when parents view their role through the lens of God’s grace, they will see that the gospel must first shape how they parent before they can effectively shape their children. As followers of Christ, we are invited to make disciples, and what better place to begin than in our homes?  In the very practical book, Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family, Paul David Tripp unfolds a biblical, grace based perspective on parenting than merely adhering to a list of rules. He lays out fourteen gospel-centered principles that can change the way parents think about what it means to “train up a child in the way they should go.”

Managing Finances God’s Way – Led by Sam Bass + Others
Scripture speaks more about money than most any other topic because our Lord knows how it can trouble our lives, relationships, and worst of all, distance us from Him. Nearly half of Jesus’ parables are about possessions. This study will explore how God wants us to care for the time, talent and treasure He has entrusted to us.

The Great “I Am” – Led by Eric Bolash
An in-depth Scripture study where we will dig deep into what God is saying about himself whenever he says, “I am…” We’ll spend the bulk of our time listening to Jesus describe who he is with the “I am” statements in John’s Gospel and considering the implications for us as his followers.

REGISTER FOR ONE OF THESE CLASS HERE

Adult classes are held in the upstairs classrooms {Rooms 201-205}.  Children’s classes are held in downstairs classrooms and nurseries.  Middle and High School classes meet in the upstairs youth rooms.

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