**Please note that Equipping Classes have been temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 virus. Watch this page for information on when our meetings will resume!
Equipping Classes meet each Sunday at 9:15am.
The Classes listed below began on October 6, but it’s never to late to jump in. Watch this page for news regarding classes that will begin on January 12!
|Taught by Shane Hudman||Room 312||Daniel
The book of Daniel is one of the most interesting and intriguing books of the Bible. It tells of men of courage who stepped into a fiery furnace for their faith and were not burned; about Daniel’s overnight stay in the lions’ den; about a disembodied hand that wrote an ominous message on a wall to a king; as well as a king that lost his mind and went from eating in the palace restaurant to grazing in the pasture.
The book of Daniel also gives us the needed foundation for understanding future events that precede the coming of Christ. This is a book of non-stop action that offers many principles that we can apply to our walk with Christ today. Join us for a study that will both encourage and excite us regarding our faith and future.
|Taught by Steve Cormack||Room 311 (Upper Room)||Hebrews
The epistle to the Hebrews is a study in contrast between the imperfect and incomplete provisions of the Old Covenant (Judaism), given under Moses and the infinite better provisions of the New Covenant (Christianity), offered by the perfect high priest, the messiah, Jesus Christ. The central theme of Hebrews is that Jesus is better, Christianity is superior, Christ is supreme and completely sufficient for salvation. Come join us as we explore the incredible revelations found in this book and discover first-hand how God lays out for us our new priesthood and the benefits established for us as followers of Christ.
|Taught by Steve Meeks||Room 356||Ecclesiastes
There is an appointed time for everything. And there is a time for every event under heaven — It’s time to study Ecclesiastes!
Is King Solomon saying life is meaningless, or transitory or unknowable? Can he be saying that it is all three? We will seek to answer these and other questions from this brief book written by “the Preacher.”
When Solomon had an audience with God and was ask by Him “what shall I give you”, this was his request…“Give me now wisdom and knowledge, that I may go out and come in before this people; for who can rule this great people of Thine?”
Because Solomon had asked for wisdom and knowledge and not riches, wealth, honor, nor the life of his enemies. God gave him wisdom, knowledge and “riches and wealth and honor, such as none of the kings who were before you has possessed, nor those who will come after you.”
In addition to the Equipping Classes listed above, the following classes will meet at 9:15 on Sunday mornings:
|Lighthouse Community||Chapel||This group is composed primarily of mid- and senior adults, married and single. Typical teaching consists of a study of a specific book of the Bible, with occasional topical studies. The class is taught by Eric Dennison.|
|Room 359||This is a small group of mid- and senior adults, married and single, taught by Larry Laatsch. Biblical teaching focuses on practical life application.|