Discipleship is a life-long process that’s firmly grounded in God’s Word. In our Sunday Morning Bible Classes, our goal is to equip Christians at every stage of maturity with biblical and theological understanding that they can apply to life.
Adult Bible Classes operate in an elective track system. Each track is designed to cover topics within a major theme of Christian education. By working through each track, you will gain a breadth and depth of biblical knowledge, as well as wisdom for faithful Christian living.
Adult Bible Classes – Spring 2017
The Road to the Cross: Mark 9–16
- Track: Bible Study
- Teachers: Jordan Grander and Richard Cobb
- Room: 210–214
- Description: When you read the Bible, do your eyes move down the page while your mind wanders? Is it hard not to scan familiar stories? There is always more to a passage than we first notice. In this class we want to force ourselves to slow down and observe what is there as we engage in interactive Bible study. People at all levels of knowledge and maturity will help each other discover the true Jesus in his own words and actions.
Parenting: The Early Years
- Track: Christian Roles
- Teacher: Nathan Lugbill
- Room: 205
- Description: You probably don’t remember much about the first few years of your life. And yet, those years are significant because they are so formative. What does successful parenting of young children look like? What practices and objectives should parents focus on? This class will look past the opinions of peers and parenting blogs to the timeless truth of God’s Word. We’ll explore how to apply biblical truth in daily life.
Why Racial Reconciliation: A Biblical View of Race
- Track: World Matters
- Teachers: Eric Muller
- Room: 204
- Description: How should a Christian respond to racially polarizing issues? What does the Bible say about how should we approach racial reconciliation? How can we care for our brothers and sisters from different racial backgrounds? How can we better serve and share the gospel with our neighbor? This discussion and workshop based study will spend time investigating Scripture, discussing recent events, and learning from guest panels and Q&A sessions. We intend to leave with practical next steps on how to pray, serve and share the gospel with our neighbor.