Adult education is an opportunity to grow in grace through thinking more deeply about faith and life.
This fall we’ll start a new series of Institute courses in addition to our ongoing adult education communities (FOCUS Communities). Classes last for 8-10 weeks, and are designed to help you think carefully and deeply about theology and Scripture and how they apply to all areas of life. Registration is required for courses and space is limited.
Fall 2017 Classes & Communities
FOCUS Communities. Sundays Mornings. Exploring the Scriptures (led by Brad and Denise Waters) meets at 9am, Couples Class (led by J.C. Derrick & Martin Etner) meets at 9am, and Bereans (led by Tim Keehan) meets at 10:45am. No registration necessary.
Christian Precepts I: Intro to Christian Theology. Sundays at 9AM. Dig deeper into the core beliefs of Christianity – who God is, why he created man, how he reveals himself to us, and how he redeems us. Taught by Scott Hatch & Steve Ilchishin
Growing in Grace Elective: Andrew Murray on Humility. Sundays at 9AM. This course will study Andrew Murray’s classic Christian text Humility in order to explore this essential and often-ignored piece of the Christian life. Taught by Glenn Angermeier
Christ and Culture II: When Worldviews Collide. Sundays at 10:45AM. This class will look at attacks against Biblical Christianity and popular competing worldviews. As we examine 24 common perspectives we will see that only Biblical Christianity is internally coherent and practically valid. Taught by Bruce Young
Growing in Grace I: Cross Course. Sundays at 10:45AM. This interactive course incorporates the dynamics of spiritual renewal into your walk with Christ through a broad range of readings and teachings. The course is a three-part class; to register, contact Horace Lamb (firstname.lastname@example.org). Taught by Horace Lamb and others
Growing in Grace II: Cross Course AlumniSundays at 10:45AM.This course builds on the gospel foundation of the Cross Course. Resources for the class include writings of Tim Keller and others, as well as content from Redeemer Presbyterian Church (NYC). This interactive course continues where the Cross Course began and ended: at the cross of Christ. The Cross Course is a prerequisite; to register, contact Julia Thiele (email@example.com).Taught by Mark & Julia Thiele and others.
Bible Foundations I: The Big Story. Sundays at 4PM. This class will help you uncover God’s Redemptive History, cover-to-cover, in his word and consider the impact of Scriptures on our personal callings in life – vocational, family, service and community. Taught by Bill Fullilove and Liz Cozart.