Summer 2018 Schedule & Registration

Our core Level One courses will return in September, and the schedule will be posted mid-August. For the summer months, we offer our Summer Seminars — shorter-term courses that can better fit in the busy summer schedule.

 

This summer we are excited to offer two brand-new courses! These courses have no prerequisites and are open to anyone. The course fees cover all materials.

 

  • “Stamp Eternity on our Eyeballs:” The Sermons of Jonathan Edwards will look at four classic sermons by this unmatched 18th century revivalist.

 

  • Thinking Through Movies 5 will focus on five movies that depict Christians, evaluating what they get right and wrong and what non-believers will walk away thinking of the faith.

 

Click the links in the class titles to register.  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.

Thinking Through Movies 5

Taught by Jeremy Webb |  Sundays July 8, 15, 22, 29, August 12, 1:30–4:30pm in Room 309

 

Learn how to “take every thought captive” as you watch and enjoy movies together!

 

Thinking Through Movies is an annual five-week summer course which teaches you how to view movies through the lens of our faith and God’s Word. This summer’s focus is movies that depict Christians. You’ll discuss what they get right, what they get wrong, and what non-believers might take away from them about the Christian faith. Movies include Stars in My Crown, The Night of the Hunter, The Apostle, Black Narcissus, and The Case for Christ.

 

You’ll gain a new perspective on how to see our culture with a Christian worldview!

 

The cost is $15 for the book and all materials, $5 if you already own the book. Space is limited, so sign up soon!

“Stamp Eternity on our Eyeballs:” The Sermons of Jonathan Edwards

Taught by Kenny Damara  |  Sundays June 24 – July 22, 8:30–9:45am in Room 305  

 

**Please note: registration for this class is closed.**

 

Recognized by theologians and scholars as perhaps the greatest preacher, theologian, philosopher to walk the North American continent, Jonathan Edwards prayed at age 18 that God would “stamp eternity on my eyeballs.” He also prayed that he would be the greatest Christian of his generation. God answered that prayer, mightily using Edwards in the Great Awakening of the 1700s.

 

Edwards preached many sermons that convicted sinners and comforted saints, including the classic “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.” Join us this summer as we look at his life and four of his sermons, and be challenged and enlightened by his passion for the Lord.

 

Cost $5 for materials.

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