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Adult Sunday Classes - Spring 2020

9:30 am

“The Writings of CS Lewis” taught by Jim Coffield - choir room
We will be offering a look at the writings, beliefs, and life of CS Lewis. He has been one of the most read Christian authors of the past 100 years and his teachings and writings
are still enjoyed by Christians around the world. The Coffield’s will be teaching this class and all that is needed is a curious mind and a willingness to do some outside reading.

“The Humanity of Jesus” taught by David Forbes - classroom A/B
Jesus Christ was fully God and fully man. So often believers focus on the God part and miss the man part. We will spend this time expanding on Hebrews 2:17 "Therefore he had to be made like his brothers in every respect” and how gaining an understanding of this vital aspect of the Savior changes our lives. 
“I’ve Got Questions! A Sunday Morning Safe Space” taught by Joel McCall and Paul Fitzgerald - the warehouse
Non-Christians and Christians all have questions that may seem impolite or embarrassing to ask. This class will examine such inquiries that may bother us but need to be discussed and answered. We welcome you to join us in this dynamic setting.

“New Class for College Aged Young Adults” (18-25 years old) led by Chris Cavalaris - classroom C
The day-to-day grind of adulting is hard and as Christians, we must strive to glorify God and enjoy Him forever. This class is designed to speak directly to young adults ages 18-25 that want their day-to-day lives to be a picture of God’s grace in their choices and habits. The outcome of this class is to grow deeper roots in God’s grace and see the faithfulness God offers us. 

11:00 am

“A Study of the Gospel of Luke” taught by Chris Jaeger and Bill Morgan - the warehouse
Jesus is known for being a great communicator. He drew large crowds as He spoke with great authority. One way Jesus often spoke was in parables. A parable is a story that Jesus gave to illustrate a point and make it come alive. He spoke in parables so that His disciples and followers would understand the secrets of the Kingdom of God. Do you want to understand His secrets? Join this class as we look at the Parables of Jesus in the Gospel of Luke.

“The Gospel of John” taught by Jon Shugart - classrooms A/B
We will continue our study of John. The Apostle John is very clear about why he wrote his gospel. John’s aim is to show us, from an insider’s perspective, the Jesus who was and is. Come join us in a study of the Gospel of John. Enlightening, challenging, encouraging, the Gospel of John is not just for seekers, but for everyone who desires to grow in their knowledge of Jesus Christ. We’d love to have you!