• Marriage is the most important, most intimate and most exciting relationship between two human beings. Yet marriage can create the biggest challenges. This class will provide an in-depth Bible study on marriage, including the topics (1) Marriage – created by God, (2) Marriage as a covenant, (3) Forgiving and Forbearing, (4) Headship and Submission, (5) God’s Purpose for Marriage, (6) Divorce and Remarriage, (7) Marriage and Prayer. The lessons will include expository interpretation of Scripture and provide many practical applications.

  • The central priority of all parenting is to develop a heart to heart connection between God, parents and children. This, along with other vital elements of healthy Biblical parenting will be the focus of this class. Be sure to invite your friends, neighbors and co-workers, as nothing is of more value to parents than seeing our families become all that God intended
  • First century Christians faced struggles, challenges, difficulties and persecutions of different types. But these heroes in the faith overcame their circumstances and impacted their communities, making an eternal difference in the lives of others This class will help us to understand and implement in our lives their values, unity, zeal, courage, and perseverance. We’ll learn how to make godly decisions and have effective relationships with one another. Also, we’ll examine their devotion to the word of God and their abundant prayer life. Some classes will be divided into men and women.
  • Set your hearts and minds on things above (Col 3:1-2) This foundational class will help equip you with deeper understanding of important topics for salvation and understanding God. There will be several sessions devoted to deepening our understanding of the Trinity: the revealed nature of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit - and the blessings in our relationship with the "triune" God. We will also devote time to deepening our understanding - and assurance - of conversion, Christ's return, and our resurrection.
  • This class will be a continuation of the teaching from the Roman I class, which laid the fundamental understanding of principles of sin, the righteousness that comes by faith, and the redemptive plan of God and how it is manifested in our lives. In the second class, we will pick up in chapter 6 and work through the application of these principles in our individual lives and in the life of the church.