We have heard the promise of the New Earth in Scripture, but what does that really look like? Most of our ideas about eternity come from popular culture rather than the Word of God. In “All Things New”, author John Eldredge aims to show us how much more amazing, fulfilling and rich our eternal home and our lives will be. Far from a continual worship service, or a peaceful boredom, heaven will be a renewal of all that is, in a paradise free from pain and loss, bathed in the continual presence of God.
Dr. Mike Shelton will team-teach this class that begins on Jan. 31st. Please come by the church office and pick up your copy of the book and a reading schedule. Couples are asked to share their book with each other. The cost of the book is $14 and they are available in the church office.
In this 7-week women’s Bible study, Beth examines why devoted followers of Jesus Christ can fall into the traps of Satan. Believers are still subject to Satan’s attacks. He is determined to disrupt the lives of Christians, destroy their ministry, and steal their joy. Sadly, those who have “fallen” may not recognize the devil’s schemes until they have already been caught in a snare of defeat. Each week will consist of daily homework, a 2-hour weekly discussion and a video lesson. Books are $14 and must be preordered by contacting Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Class will run from 6:00-8:00 PM on most Wednesdays from Jan 31st-March 21nd with Heather Kemble, and on Fridays at 9:30 AM with Deborah Styles.
Kids can come together for fellowship, fun, and homework help each week during Wednesday Night Live, and they EAT FREE EACH WEEK! Bring their homework; let your kids get a midweek refresh of their church family, and skip dinner prep, too. Please sign your children up for dinner in advance using the meal forms.
Warren explains our five purposes and how God planned for Christians to fulfill His purposes in community with each other in our church families, small groups, and in the world as a whole. Why did God plan it this way? Because we’re better together! This class will be led by Susan Seay and class materials will be $18 for the devotional and study guide or $10 for just the study guide.
Named for a Greek word from the New Testament meaning “fellowship and sharing,” Koinonia is an interactive discussion-based class. We “pass the hat” each week for questions burning in your mind and use them for this unpredictable, thoughtful, and fun group. Any and all are welcome! No book or homework is required for this class, and leaders are Bo Hamilton and Sarah Harbin-Coleman.