Jesus is on a mission. He has been sent by the Father to redeem and restore all things. Many years ago, Jesus commissioned His disciples to join Him in the mission of leading people into relationship with Him. Jesus has called us to be His followers too, and we have the same privilege to be on mission with Him.
Come learn how we can join Him in this mission where we live, work and go to school. It's simpler than you think and a lot of fun.
"Reading Your Bible In One Year" Led by Pastor Leeland's Team - Room 209
This Bible class is designed to support and encourage you in your journey through the Scriptures. It is a spiritual journey from Genesis to Revelation! Through your daily readings, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ will meet you in His Word. You will get to know Him and our Heavenly Father in deeper ways by the powerful working of the Holy Spirit through the Word!
Led by Chuck Ridley, Joshua Rodriguez and Sarah Crawford - Room 211
St. Paul's letter to the Romans presents extensive teaching on central issues of the Christian faith. It has played an important role in the life of the Christian church. Over the centuries various controversies have arisen about the interpretation of Romans. To clarify the issues and explain the apostle's teaching, this study walks you through Romans sentence-by-sentence.
"Study of the Book of Acts"
Led by Bill Fischer's Team - Room 201
ACTS is the story of how the saving Gospel of Jesus Christ grew from a small group of uneducated people hiding from the Jewish religious leaders and spread throughout the Western world into Rome, the center of that world. As told by Luke it begins with Peter at Pentecost and then follows the travels of the reformed Pharisee, Saul/Paul.
"The Book of Esther"
Led by Jim Cleary's Team - Room 233
Esther is the perfect guidance for us when we find ourselves in a situation where right and wrong are not so clearly defined and every choice we have seems to be a troubling mixture of good and bad. The perfect inspiration for us when we find ourselves in situations we never sought, never planned for, and don’t think we have the gifts to succeed at. Discussion-oriented.