This Sunday School Class is for anyone from 20ish to 40ish. We invite you to join us each week as we dive into contemporary issues and develop community through great teaching and discussion.
Join Us for our latest series: "What's Next" by Max Lucado
Led by Pastor Tyler Braschler
These are days of wars, pandemics, and plagues. Morality is off the rails. Anything goes and nothing is off-limits. God's prescription for this chaos? Ponder what He has planned for His children.
"Think about the things of heaven, not the things of earth" (Col. 3:2 NLT). Knowing what comes next empowers us to face what is happening now.
Through the teaching of Max Lucado, the Pursuit class will "explore the milestone moments on heaven's timeline and learn to face the future with faith."
Class led by Pastor Paul Braschler in the Chapel
Due to inclement weather, midweek classes will now begin on January 24.
Please see the sign up sheets on the back counter for more information,
or feel free to contact the office with any questions you may have.
Morning Women's Study | Led by Lisa Walters in the Chapel | 9:30am-Noon
Come along with us as Kristi McLelland helps us unpack the life of the early church in the books of Acts through the lens of Middle-eastern culture. She will highlight how the kingdom of God is always on the move, always looking outward to bring meaning and joy to a world searching for true fulfillment and hope. We will explore the call of Jesus to His disciples then and to us today. We will see how God's Word can sustain us even in the most difficult of times and we'll be encouraged to embrace the transformative grace we experience as children of God in His kingdom of celebration.
Evening Women's Study | Led by Merissa Braschler | 6-8pm
In the midst of hardship, tragedy, and unanswered questions, it can be difficult to glimpse God at work. How do we hold onto our faith during these times? How do we trust God is working all things for our good and His glory? Kelly Minter will help us trace the path of Joseph's life in the Book of Genesis to observe how God's sovereignty reigns, even in the darkest moments. Learn to recognize when God is working during periods of waiting, trust God's plan when life doesn't make sense, and rest in the sufficiency of His presence in every circumstance. His provision is enough, His presence is constant, and His purpose is unstoppable.
Wednesday Evening Study | Led by Pastors Paul Braschler, Lisa Walters and EH Leadership Team | 6-8pm in the Chapel
We are excited to offer this class again. As each of our pastors will attest, this material has the potential to be life changing! We would each agree that this statement has come to hold profound meaning in our journey of faith:
You can't be spiritually mature while remaining emotionally immature.
Our pastors and table leaders can all relate to the stories shared by author Pete Scazzero who gets real and says that he found himself in a pretty unhealthy place doing what most people do — avoiding conflict in the name of Christianity; ignoring his anger, sadness, and fear; using God to run from God; and living without boundaries. This was even while pastoring a growing church.
Join us as we invite God to awaken us to a better way of authentically living our faith. We will explore biblical integration of emotional health and the spiritual practice of slowing down and quieting our lives so we can experience a fresh, deeply connected, firsthand relationship with Jesus. This journey has the potential to create nothing short of a spiritual revolution in our lives, our families, and in our church.
Together we will explore the signs of emotionally unhealthy spirituality. Then we will look at seven biblical, reality- tested steps to become emotionally mature:
Wednesday Evening Study | Led by Dan Lancaster | 6-8pm
Throughout our history, American pastors and churches have played a vital role in the establishment and preservation of religious and civil liberty. Being "salt and light" requires knowledge of the culture we are attempting to preserve and influence as we fulfill the Great Commission and "make disciples of all nation."
Biblical Citizenship requires a knowledge of Biblical principles and how to apply them to the world around us. You and your church can be the catalyst for restoring Biblical values in your City, State, and Nation!