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 – 9 A.M. Sunday Mornings
April 8 – May27
A Full Assurance of Salvation
A full assurance of faith is God’s will for those He has saved. Hebrews 6:11 says, “And we desire each one of you to show the same earnestness to have the full assurance of hope until the end.” How can a Christian cultivate a fuller assurance of faith? How should a Christian deal with doubts? How can a Christian be better prepared to help others who are doubting? These questions and more will be covered in this class on the topic of assurance of faith. This class will be taught by Kelly Wright.
Praying with Paul
Knowing what to pray isn’t always easy, and praying the same things can seem rote and insincere. Join us in Praying with Paul as we explore how and why Paul prayed as recorded in Scripture. We’ll take time to explore several of Paul’s written prayers, investigate how his prayer patterns reveal his theology, and compare his concerns with our own. We’ll also be practicing what we learn! Come prepared to pray in small groups after our lesson. This class will be taught by Noah Debaun and Andrew Jones.
Join our pastors in a combined class as we explore four significant marks of the Christian church. Each week will be a stand-alone lesson, but attending all four classes will allow you to gain a greater understanding of how, why, and what we do as Christians gathered together.
June 3 – Identifying with Christ: Baptism
June 10 – Feeding on Christ: The Lord’s Supper
June 17 – Joining with Christ: Church Membership
June 24 – Correcting like Christ: Church Discipline