Christian Life Studies

These Sunday morning Bible studies target various topics designed to deepen our faith and equip us to serve others. Our Christian Education Committee provides two classes every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m.  Feel free to join in any time and watch your bulletin or the website for upcoming class topics.

Current Classes

January 5 — February 23
The Letter of I John
The letter of I John was written between A.D. 85 and 90 from Ephesus, before John’s exile to the island of Patmos. Many believers were conforming to the world’s standards, failing to stand up for Christ and compromising their faith. John, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, wrote this letter to encourage believers to live a life of faithfulness and to encourage the church to grow in genuine love for God and for one another.
Location:  Chapel          Facilitators:  David & Eleanor Perkins

The Living Word

The Living Word class will continue a series on 2 Corinthians where Paul mentions we have this treasure in jars of clay and our light and momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory. What is the treasure, and what is an eternal weight of glory? Join this study of 2 Corinthians as we answer these questions and others concerning our faith in Jesus Christ.
Location:  Library         Facilitators:  Peyton Moore / Lou Gerig

Job:  God’s Faithful Example

What can we learn from the earliest book of the Bible?

  • God’s absolute control over His creation
  • The kind of trust our Creator-Father wants
  • Why some godly people suffer and some wicked prosper
  • How to support a suffering friend (and how not to!)
  • Insights into Satan and his ways
  • Some ancient amazing facts about nature

Each session will feature PowerPoint slides with summary handouts.

Facilitator:  Terry Hall w  Location:  Hospitality Room