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 Counter Culture!
Fearless draws from Jesus’ encounters with people in frightening situations giving evidence that we can trust God through these scary times. In six sessions, Max takes a close look at our greatest fears and offers scripturally based reassurance and guidance through even the toughest moments of our lives. This discussion guide can be used for personal journaling or as a prompt for open-hearted discussions with your small group. Let Max Lucado show you how to find a sense of peace and security in today's troubled world.
Class led by Pastor Paul in the Chapel
Moving Mountains: praying with Passion, Confidence and Authority.
In Luke 11:1, the disciples asked Jesus, "Teach us to pray!" Most of us want to know more about how prayer works. In this study, author John Eldredge shows how we labor under the misconception that prayer is asking God to intervene instead of partnering with him to get things done. This faulty assumption leads to untold confusion and grief when we ask of God but can't sense He hears us—or even cares. Together we’ll learn to approach prayer with far greater confidence. We understand we have a role in making change happen and are not victims of circumstance—that we are daughters of God bestowed with tremendous authority.
Class Led by Crissy McCready and Lisa Walters
The Emotionally Healthy Relationships (EHR) course addresses core biblical principals of practical disipleship that will deeply change our lives. We will learn 8 practical relationship skills to develop mature, loving relationships with others. And since loving others and loving God cannot be separated, each person will also grow in their personal, first-hand relationship with Jesus by incorporating stillness, silence, and scripture as daily life rhythms. Join us for a powerful Journey that will change forever the way you love God, others, and yourself.
Class Led by Pastors Johnny, Lisa, Paul and the EHD Team
God can turn your messy life into a masterpiece. Every life gets messy at times. Sometimes these messes are literal, like a house that would be easier to condemn than to clean. But sometimes they are intangible messes such as illness, conflict, depression, abuse, bankruptcy, divorce, and job loss. These messes can be painful, hurting our hearts and our homes. But as we see in the Bible, God loves to use messy people! In this study, we will dig into the lives of biblical heroes who were messy people just like us but who were used by God in powerful ways. We will examine the stories of five wonderful but messy people and one messy parable character: Rahab, the Prodigal Son, Josiah, Mary, David, and Daniel. From their stories, we will learn how God can use broken people, restore damaged hearts and relationships, give us power to handle our critics, and help us deal with the hard moments of life. Along the way we’ll discover that we don’t have to just endure messy lives but can actually learn to thrive with God’s guidance and help. In the hands of God, our messes can become His masterpieces!
Led by Merissa Braschler
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 nations.” 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!
Class led by Dan Lancaster