We are confirming various topics for the upcoming Adult classes during the 2017 winter term. If you have a suggestion for a class let us know!
Right now we have a couple of series going on.
TOPIC: “Praying the Names of Jesus” – Spangler
Location: Next to the Choir Room.
This ladies class is led by Maxine H.
….” and will lead members into a richer and more rewarding relationship with Christ by helping them to understand and pray his names on a daily basis. By understanding the biblical context in which these names and titles were revealed, readers will gain a more intimate knowledge of Jesus and his plan for their lives. They will also begin to see how each of his names holds within it a promise: to be our Teacher, Healer, Friend, and Lord—to be God with Us no matter the circumstances. Prince of Peace, Lamb of God, Bread of Life, Yeshua . . . through his names and titles, we come to understand more fully how Jesus reveals God’s heart to us.”
TOPIC: “Praying the Names of God” – Spangler
Location: Nursery – toddlers and babies welcome!
The class will try to focus on encouragement of moms and their kids. The course of study, led by Elsie H. and Gail F., “explores the primary names and titles of God in the Old Testament to reveal the deeper meanings behind them. El Shaddai, Elohim, Adonai, Abba, El Elyon—God Almighty, Mighty Creator, Lord, Father, God Most High—these are just a few of the names and titles of God that yield rich insights into his nature and character.”
TOPIC: “Dispelling the Smoke Screens about God”
Location: West Overflow
This class will discuss various world views about God and compare them with Biblical truth. This class will be led by Pastor David
TOPIC: “Just do Something!”
Location: beside youth Room
This class led by Pastor Greg is geared towards the interests of post-secondary adults using the book by DeYoung. “Are you worried that you haven’t found God’s perfect will for your life? DeYoung’s advice is to give up! By surrendering, you’ll discover that God’s plan has already been revealed. Learn to love him with your whole heart, obey his Word, find hope, and see your choices through. “