Adult Sunday School Class Offerings
Bible University – Bible University, Room 5
This lecture and discussion class focuses on both Old and New Testament books with in-depth historical and Biblical context and relates how we can find the subject matter relative to today.
The current study is on the book of Galatians, which will be followed by 1st and 2nd Thessalonians
Led by Dr. Tom Scott, email@example.com
Connections – Connections, Room 1
This is an adult discussion group where all perspectives are welcomed, and all ages are welcomed. The focus is on books with Christian themes or books of the Bible. The overarching goal of the class is to connect with fellow Christians and to make connections between what the Bible says and how we should live our lives. In the past year, this group has discussed books about topics such as the most effective way to help people in need. “Toxic Charity” by Robert Lupton This book gives a great description on how churches and non- profit organizations can effectively help people in need, and “Waking Up White” by Debby Irving, which explored issues of race and white privilege.
The current study is on the book of Jonah; study will commence in September on the book of Romans.
Led by Mark & Jen Bixler, firstname.lastname@example.org
Adult Discussion Group – Church Library (next to the Choir Room)
Each lesson revolves around a Christian literature book; there is a group discussion about the content weekly. Some books take several weeks to complete. Prior to each class, a chapter is read and a discussion follows during class.
August 12th we began a new series “When God Whispers Your Name” by Max Lucado
Wouldn’t it be great to discover a people-mover for your heart? There is one. This book will help you find it. Through moving encounters with people of the bible-and people just like you-this book affirms that God can move you along your journey with power from beyond.
Led by Barbara Jessee, email@example.com