Published on June 1st, 2017 | by Jon Meyers0
Current Summer Adult Sunday School Classes
* 1 Thessalonians
* The Life and Theology of Paul
* Resolving Everyday Conflict
* City of God, Part 2
Our Summer Quarter is from the first Sunday in June to the last Sunday in August.
Room 43 in the Lower Level of the Sanctuary
In 1 Thessalonians we see how persecution forces church planter to abandon his young flock. A good report about the church from his messenger, however, produces relief and joy and praise. Come hear the rest of the story!
The Life and Theology of Paul, Video Series
Rotation of Elders
Room 44 in the Lower Level of the Sanctuary
Before being beaten and imprisoned, planting multiple churches, and authoring much of the New Testament, Paul had no equal as a Pharisee in his dedication to the law and his persecution of the early church—but God called Paul to be an Apostle. Join Dr. Guy Waters in this twelve-part series as he identifies key moments in Paul’s life and considers the essence of Paul’s God-centered theology. Paul’s inspired writings and the story of his life continue to be a precious gift to the church, used by God to encourage and equip His people in every generation.
Resolving Everyday Conflict, book study
Pastor Nathan Currey
Room 45 in the Lower Level of the Sanctuary
In Resolving Everyday Conflict, Ken Sande distills his message to the essentials, quickly equipping readers with the tools they need to bring peace to their relationships. Everyone encounters conflict–whether it be with a coworker, family member, friend, or complete stranger. And yet we all desire harmony in our relationships. Resolving Everyday Conflict is a practical, biblical, concise guide to peacemaking in everyday life that can turn tumultuous relationships into peaceful ones.
City of God, Part 2
Room 46 in the Lower Level of the Sanctuary
On the 24th of August, 410 AD the inconceivable happened when a Gothic Army entered Rome. Writing from Bethlehem Jerome expressed the shock of his generation, “The city to which the whole world fell has fallen. If Rome can perish, what can be safe.” As if in answer to Jerome’s plaintive question, Augustine wrote his monumental “City of God”. A foundational text for all subsequent thinking regarding what it means for Christians to live as sojourners, who must be vigilant to avoid “growing fond of our exile”, instead seeking to “listen and sing and desire the City of God, of which we are citizens.” We will resume our study of “City of God” in Book 5, Chapter 16, however newcomers are most welcome to attend, and should be able to do so without difficulty.