January 2019 Session
Here are the three offerings for the 10-week session that begins on January 6. Please sign up for your choice on the form at the bottom of this page so that we can allocate classroom space according to the numbers.
1 Peter (Tom Brown)
The book of I Peter, one of the gems of the New Testament, is packed full of rich teaching and practical encouragement. Like so much of the Bible, the rich doctrine and practical encouragement are inseparable. It is deeply theological and deeply practical at the same time. Join us as we walk through Peter’s letter passage by passage in a group Bible study format where we’ll discuss a wide variety of topics as Peter encourages his brothers and sisters in Christ.
Moving Towards Others (Nick Clark)
The message we see lived out in both the Old Testament and New Testament is a message where God moves towards his people. Jesus calls us to do the same. So how do you actually do that with friends or loved ones, and what do you do if there is an impasse? What does it look like to take your relationship to the next level and push beyond the initial discomfort? A goal of this class is to figure that out.
"Does God Exist?” (Mark Anderson)
Can we prove the existence of God, or are we left to take a blind leap of faith about what we believe? Join us as we examine the evidence and make a scientific case for the existence of God. Join us as we dive deeper into this topic using a mixture of discussion and video. Whether you personally question the existence of God, or whether you would like to be better prepared to defend your faith to those who do, this class is for you.