Adult Sunday School
The Book of Romans (Auditorium):
You are invited to join us for study and discussion of Paul's Letter to the Church at Rome. How is it that the longest letter we have from Paul was sent to a Church which he had never visited? What prompted Paul to write to Rome? How can these questions assist us in understanding Romans? How can our understanding of Romans strengthen our obedience that comes from faith? Should we even speak of obedience when discussing the letter commonly viewed as centrally concerned with free justification by faith? This class, led by Cris Dickason, will ponder these and other questions as we read, study and seek to let Romans chapters 1-5 shape our hearts and lives.
Crosstalk (Paneled Room):
Do you think the Bible is helpful to encourage others? How do you use the Bible to counsel others - and yourself? Where do you turn in the Scriptures to encourage your own and others' faith? Do you have only a select few favorites that you turn to? Do you think it is possible to use all the Bible to correct, teach, encourage, and help train in righteousness? What is Christ-centered counseling? How central should the Gospel be to all we say to build others up in their most holy faith? Come join Geoff and others as they work through Michael Emlet's Crosstalk: Where Life and Scripture Meet in this new Sunday School series. Please note this class will begin on March 17. If you are interested please sign up on the Coming Events Board.