Winter Mini Sessions - January 5-26th
“A Biblical Look at Personality Tests” taught by Jim Coffield - choir room
Are you a golden retriever or an ESFP or high D or a 7 on the enneagram? What is a Christian perspective on these personality tests and what can we gain in our own Biblical understanding from them? We will take a few of these tests and explore the Biblical implications for the use and helpfulness of these tests.
“The Joy of the Good Soldier” taught by David Forbes - classrooms A/B
2 Timothy 2: 4 says: No one serving as a soldier gets entangled in civilian affairs, but rather tries to please his commanding officer. How do we as believers please our commanding officer? We will look as a class on what pleases God and how that changes our lives.
“Help! I’m Spread Thin & There Isn’t Enough of Me to Go Around” taught by Joel McCall and Paul Fitzgerald - the warehouse
Do you know that feeling? We will explore what drives this sense of busyness in our lives. Come join us (that is, unless you are too busy)!
“A Study of the Gospel of Luke” - taught by Chris Jaeger and Bill Morgan - the warehouse
During the mini-session, we will look at the parables that are unique to the gospel of Luke. Join us for interesting discussions based on biblical truths.
“The Gospel of John” - taught by Jon Shugart - classrooms A/B
The Apostle John is very clear about why he wrote his gospel. In John 20:30-31, he states: “Many other signs therefore Jesus also performed in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these have been written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you may have life in His name.” John’s aim is to show to us, from an insider’s perspective, the Jesus who was and is.
Come join us in a study of John’s gospel. 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!
“The Skinny on Worship-A Study on Christian Worship” - taught by Gabe Loving - choir room
Every human being is designed to worship and is designed for community. This class will focus on the colossal topic of Christian Worship and will explore immensely important issues like: Who we worship, the importance of congregational worship, and what the Bible tells us about worship.