• This course will help both the new Christian and the mature Christian dig into the foundations of their faith and gain/strengthen their convictions and be challenged to apply them in their daily walk. We'll look at things like:

    • How do I study out topics in my personal bible study?
    • What is the Kingdom of God and how does it influence my life?
    • What is the biblical church really like?
    • Are spiritual gifts and spiritual warfare for real? How do I participate?
    • What does the bible say about worship and what should I do about it?
    • Is prayer and fasting for me?

    We look forward to a great time of study on the foundations of our faith and applying it to our lives!

  • As given to us by Jesus in the “Great Commission”, our mission as followers of Jesus is to go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them and then teaching them to obey everything that he commanded. This class is designed to equip the follower of Jesus (disciple) to teach others what it means to be a true disciple of Jesus. Whether you have never lead someone to Christ or it has been a long time since you have, using the prepared study series, you will learn how to lead someone, wherever they are in their faith in God, to a readiness to commit their life to Him for eternity.
  • As given to us by Jesus in the “Great Commission”, our mission as followers of Jesus is to go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them and then teaching them to obey everything that he commanded. This class is designed to equip the follower of Jesus (disciple) to teach others what it means to be a true disciple of Jesus. Whether you have never lead someone to Christ or it has been a long time since you have, using the prepared study series, you will learn how to lead someone, wherever they are in their faith in God, to a readiness to commit their life to Him for eternity.
  • Whether new to the faith or with many seasons of Bible study under your belt, this class will enrich your study of the sacred texts that have been treasured by disciples and molded the church down through the ages. Rather than looking at selected passages in isolation we will use a wide angle lens to overview that New Testament. We will engage with topics such as:

    • How did the 1st century environment affect the way the New Testament was written and who were the first people to receive these writings?
    • Why do we have 3 “similar” gospels and one that seems very different?
    • How do the book of Acts and Paul’s letters work together to show the issues the growing church had to face and what do they say to us today about our challenges?
    • What are the different genres of writing in the New Testament and how does that matter when studying a particular passage?
    • What is the book of Revelation all about and should I be afraid?

  • The Old Testament was the Bible of Jesus, Peter, Paul and all the early Christians. When they refer to Scripture, they mean the Hebrew Bible or what is today our Old Testament. Teaching from the Old Testament – following the example of Jesus and the apostles – is therefore essential in order for disciples to grow and mature in their knowledge of God’s Word. “Introduction to the Old Testament” will help the learners to gain new and deeper insights into this amazing inspiration from our God.

    The seven classes will (1) paint the big picture of God’s eternal plan for humankind, (2) provide a deep understanding of God’s covenants with Abraham, Moses, David and His People throughout the ages, (3) highlight the Exodus as watershed element of God’s people and its fulfillment through Jesus, (4) introduce the role of the prophets in God’s plan of salvation, (5) inspire through Israel’s Worship and Wisdom, (6) and teach about access to God – in the ancient times and today.

    Prayerfully this class will convey much new knowledge about the older and larger part of our Scripture, inspire much faith and lasting convictions and instill a deep desire to learn more.

  • This study of Romans will be an in depth study of the great book of Romans, “The gospel according to Paul.” The class will be offered in two seven-week sessions:

    • The first session will focus on understanding the terms that Paul uses throughout his writings and how they work together for a unified image of our Christian lives. We will take an in-depth look at sin, faith, righteousness, justification, redemption, ransom, atonement and grace and how these concepts form the basis or our understanding our salvation and our relationship to God in Romans chapters 1-6.
    • The second session will be seven classes that then tie together this image with the rest of the book, and deal with the dynamic life of the disciple living in a fallen world and dealing with our fallen nature in our private lives and in the context of the church.

    This class will transform your vision of who you are, and who we are as a community and how we live. As has been said so eloquently from numerous voices, “If you get Romans, God gets you.”