Spring 2019 Registration

We are offering three of our five Level One Core Courses this session. These classes can be taken in any order; each will enrich your life and your walk with the Lord. Our strong desire is that everyone will take all of our core courses, so pick the one that piques your interest and dive in! You’ll find that they all complement and build on each other, strengthening your faith and your relationship with the Lord as you learn and fellowship with other students.

 

We are also offering three of our Level Two Elective courses. From God to Us: How We Got our Bible has a pre-requisite of Grasping God’s Word; the other two, Storyline of the Bible and Apologetics: The Art of Christian Persusasion, are open to everyone.

 

To register for a class, simply click on the class title. The link will take you to the registration page. For information about our policies and procedures, click here. If you have questions about our classes or registration, please use the form below to contact us.

Level One Core Courses

These courses have no prerequisites and are open to anyone. The $20 fee covers the textbooks and all materials.

 

GRASPING GOD’S WORD—Taught by Scott Lilly

Sundays beginning January 20, 8:30 – 9:30am in Room 305

Read and study God’s Word with greater clarity and comprehension. You’ll better understand Scripture in light of the context in which it was written; see how Scripture was given to change how we think, feel, and act; and learn how to apply God’s unchanging Word to our lives and our changing world. 12 weeks.

 

SHARING YOUR FAITH—Taught by Pastor Steve Mason

Sundays beginning January 20, 3:30pm in Room 303

Learn the biblical gospel in the way God revealed it from Genesis to Revelation. Grow in your understanding of the gospel, gain a greater understanding of our society and other worldviews, and articulate the gospel more effectively. 12 weeks.

 

WHAT WE BELIEVE—Taught by Daniel Stalker

Sundays beginning January 20, 1:00 – 2:15pm in Room 304

Understand how Christian beliefs should make a difference in our daily lives, and how they affect our practice in the local church. This course is an overview of key areas of doctrine, with emphasis on the biblical support for these beliefs. 12 weeks.

Level Two Elective Courses

APOLOGETICS: The Art of Christian Persuasion—Taught by Kenny Damara

Sundays beginning January 20, 2:30–4:00pm in Room 305

OPEN TO ALL. An overview of evangelism and apologetics in our post-modern global culture. You’ll study these vital topics primarily from the biblical standpoint, but also through philosophical and cultural lenses. You’ll be better equipped to share Jesus with those from other faiths and worldviews, engaging them effectively as you understand their viewpoints. 10 weeks; cost $10.

 

FROM GOD TO US: How We Got Our Bible—Taught by Scott Lilly

Wednesdays beginning January 16, 6:45–7:45pm in Room 305 (childcare available)
Sundays beginning January 20, 1:15–2:15pm in Room 305

PREREQUISITE: Completion of Grasping God’s Word. From God to Us tells the story of how we got our Bible. We’ll examine canon (which books belong in the Bible), textual transmission (how we can be sure we know what the original authors wrote), and translation (from the original languages to ours). You’ll grasp the process by which the canon of Scripture was confirmed by God’s people and the means by which the text has been preserved and passed down through the ages, and you’ll gain an informed understanding of English translations. It will increase your confidence in God’s Word and better enable you to defend your faith. 12 weeks; cost $40.

 

STORYLINE OF THE BIBLE—Taught by Pastor Steve Mason

Sundays beginning January 20, 8:15–9:30am in Kappeler Hall

OPEN TO ALL. Many people know the stories in the Bible, but how many know the story of the Bible? The Bible comprises 66 separate books written by 40 different authors over 1,600 years—but it’s really one book telling one amazing story. You’ll learn how the Bible hangs together in miraculous unity and how all the individual stories actually help us understand the big picture. 12 weeks; cost $20.

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