Our Adult Learning Center (ALC) offers classes on a variety of Bible studies that will strengthen your understanding of your faith and help you build a solid foundation for spiritual growth.
2ND FLOOR ABOVE THE MAIN AUDITORIUM
Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer, 9:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
Classes run concurrently with the Sunday morning services. Most attenders will join our corporate worship for one service and then attend the class of their choice during the other service. See the listing below for classes currently being offered.
Winter Semester 2019-20
In the Wilderness - Modern Lessons from Numbers, Stuart Myers, Room 2-1
Numbers? Really? Yes, really. Numbers details the Israelites journey to the Promised Land, containing lessons relevant to us today. Following God’s leadership and serving God, living as a community of believers, and godly giving, are just a few. Using a discussion format, we will engage Numbers together. Join us!
Elijah & Elisha, Tim Oakleaf, Room 2-2a
During Israel’s spiritual darkness, God sent two prophets that confronted the darkness in miraculous ways. Join us as we examine the ministries of Elijah and Elisha and see the supremacy of God manifested through them. Using Walt Kaiser’s study guide, this course will help you see this same God is with us as we face our spiritual dark days as well.
Return to Me, Jesse Bridges/Joel Fouse, Room 2-2b
Shattered and dispersed, Israel is surrounded by enemies. Yet, God offers His people hope. Join us as we explore Zechariah’s message of hope to a people without a nation as God’s plan for Israel’s future and ours is unveiled.
God’s Design for Sexuality, John Avery, Room 2-3
God’s Design for Sexuality in a Changing Culture is a video series that will equip you to understand God's design for sexuality and give you direction on how to speak the truth in love to those around you.
Genesis, Young Adults Class (18-29), Howard & Liz Green, Conference Room A
Genesis is the essential book, the launching pad for understanding the gospel. Come and discuss these great and unbelievably relevant truths with us.
Hebrews, Jordan Emswiller/Bo Spires, Room 2-1
If you have suffered for being a Christian and wonder if it’s worth it, this class is for you. Sometimes Christians can be tempted to leave the faith, or at least be quiet about it. What would happen then? Hebrews teaches us that we can persevere and not only keep our faith, but have it strengthened even more! Join us and learn how.
James: Being God’s Friend, Don Den Hartog, Room 2-2 a/b
Being God’s child and being His friend are not entirely the same. Friendship with God as His children is possible but not automatic. Enduring suffering is what the Epistle of James is about. We will examine God’s instructions how to persevere well through trials, resulting in a deepened friendship with God.
Paul Proclaims Jesus As Lord, Craig Campesi, Room 2-3
That The World May Know®, Like the Roman Empire, today’s governments announce “good news” but are actually focused on power. How do you live in a culture where the worldview conflicts with Christianity? Experience the Bible in historical context as you walk in the footsteps of the second missionary tour of the Apostle Paul in Greece and see the relevance for the Christian today.
God’s Perspective on Global Missions, Missions Team, Conference A
God’s perspective on global missions is a paradigm shifting course that will help move us from having a man focused perspective on global missions to a God centered focus. We will look at how God planned, prepared for and carried out his eternal plan of redemption and continues to do so throughout history. We hope you will join us to see how.
Encore (60+), Jerry Harpool, Hospitality Suite
In December we will wrap up the study of “The Role of Grandparents in our Society Today.” In January we will begin a study of Genesis called: “Genesis-The Beginning of it All.” An aerial view of the book will reveal the beginnings of the human race and the chosen race. Join us and be blessed by God’s infallible, inerrant, and eternal Word.