SUNDAY MORNING - 10:30 am

 

Auditorium Class:   Seekers

Teacher: Joe Boe

Topic of Study:  1 Corinthians 

A study of the church in Corinth. 

 

Room 109: Young Families/United Parents

Teacher:  John Poole

Topic of Study:  Ephesians: The Power of God

The book of Ephesians, on some level, deals with nearly every major issue in the realm of God’s kingdom: God, Jesus, the Church, Christian behavior and struggles, worldliness, sin, grace, works, spiritual warfare, marriage, family, and relationships.  Join us this quarter for a 12 week study breakdown of this letter.

 

Room 110:  Adult

Teacher:    Roger Yarbrough

Topic of Study:   Fathers of the Bible

A study of how fathers interact with their children and how God our Father interacts with His children.

 

Room 113: Adult

Teacher:  Mike Avedikian

Topic of Study: Humility - Selfless in a Selfie World 

Jesus tied a towel around his waist and stooped down to wash his disciples’ filthy feet - this shocking and unexpected act shows the importance of serving one another with humility. Two-thousand years later, we need to realize the importance of humility in our Christian lives.  

 

Room 114: Adult

Teacher: Darrell Hefley

Topic of Study:  Book of James

The timeless truth that James presents is that Christians must put their faith into action. The faith that Christians claim must be demonstrated in all the situations and circumstances of life - at work, at home, in the neighborhood, and in the church. Trials and hardships are not to be seen as hindrances to faith, but as opportunities to exercise healthy faith.  

 

Room 201: College Age

Teacher: Joel Harper  

Topic of Study: Being connected in the church.

room 202: Legacy class (young families)

 Teacher: Josh Cantrell

Topic of Study: Discussion of the sermon from the morning

Room 203:  Young Professional

Teacher:    David Locke  

Topic of Study:   Heart Disease - Overcoming  

Unforgiving, envy, faultfinding, arrogance, doubt and disbelief, worry and pessimism, hatred and prejudice…these are underlying causes of heart disease.