LIFE CLASSES

Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving.” Colossians 2:6-7

What are Life Classes? 

Life Classes are semester-long classes designed to equip and establish believers (both youth and adults) in various aspects of Christian life and doctrine. Multiple classes are offered on Sundays at 9:00 am in the spring and fall, while only one class is offered in the summer. 

What classes are offered?

Sundays | 9 am | Feb. 4 – May 20

  • The Attributes of God
  • Genesis
  • iPointe: Rewiring the Chrisitian’s Perspective on Technology
  • Panorama del Antiguo Testamento (Spanish)
  • The Church (K-6th Grade)

Spring Life Classes

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD

The Bible presents a view of God that is incomprehensible.  God is greater than we can imagine.  It is vital for the nourishment of our souls to explore the all-important question: “Who is God?”  We will do that together in this Life Class as we consider the implications for us of some of God’s attributes: his love, holiness, wrath, eternality, and more.  Join us as we marvel at our God, who is, indeed, greater than we can imagine.  

GENESIS

Who is God? Who are we? How did things go wrong? What is God’s plan for restoring his creation? The book of Genesis answers more than these questions and sets the stage for understanding the whole Bible. If we are to understand how God intends to bring his blessing to the world and reverse the curse, we must study this book. Join us as we journey through the story of how it all began and bask in God’s covenantal blessings!

iPOINTE: Rewiring the Christian’s Perspective on Technology

In our increasingly digital age, new technologies present unique challenges and opportunities for Christians. In this class, we want to examine the formative, shaping influence that technology has on our daily lives. If a central goal of the Christian life is to be conformed to the image of Christ, then our engagement with technology should reflect that pursuit. Rather than advocate for uncritical adoption or outright rejection, we hope to offer instead a biblical and theological framework for understanding and using technology.Topics will include: social media, smartphones, scientific advancements, and more.