Adult Classes - Summer Quarter
ARE YOU LISTENING? – Monty Gillespie, AUDITORIUM
Come join us for a study on active listening. Sharpen your listening skills as we listen to God. James 1:19-20 reads: “My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry, because human anger does not produce the righteousness that God desires.”
THEOLOGY MATTERS – SELECTED TOPICS – Jeff Painter, BLUE ROOM
This discussion class will be based on a weekly reading related to an important topic of faith or healthy doctrine. Readings will be taken from the book Theology Matters, edited by Gary Holloway, Randy Harris, and Mark Black. Participants need to complete the pre-reading each week (typically 8-12 pages). The weekly reading and discussion questions will be available in advance to aid self-study and class preparation. Please sign-up in advance by contacting Jeff at email@example.com.
CONVERSATIONS – LIBRARY
This class is called "Conversations" because we want it to be just that. We believe that some of the best challenging, thought-provoking learning is done through the simple act of having a conversation: about our faith, about the pertinence of what's happening in our world today, and about our lives as people striving to follow Jesus—who bring different perspectives to the table. All ages are welcome—join us some time!
SEVEN MORE PARABLES FROM LUKE – Various Teachers, FELLOWSHIP HALL
In Rob’s recent sermon series on Luke, we were reminded of the challenging lessons of several well-known parables (Good Samaritan, Lost Son, Rich Man and Lazarus). This class will discuss 7 more parables from Luke. Discussion questions will be available in advance (on CCB and in a tray outside the office). Class time will consist of a brief presentation followed by smaller group discussions.