Spring 2018 - Session 2 (March 21-May 9)
This study through the book of John is a continuation of what we began last semester. Starting in chapter 8, we will discover how our thirsty hearts can only be quenched by the Living Water. Open to new students also!
Teacher: Lyndsey McCurry
Mistakes. Regrets. Love lost. Dreams delayed. Come explore the biblical "woman at the well" story to reveal the mercy and relief available through Jesus. Open your heart to Jesus and discover how God's love helps us face hurts and forgive.
Teacher: Ruth Hancock
God is the Author of love and the Creator of marriage. So, it is fitting that He has a plan for marriages. This study offers practical insights for women seeking to be godly wives in order to help them begin to build or rekindle their marriage according to His design.
Teacher: Tamrah Oliver
In this letter, Paul warns Christians of the dangers of both legalism and lawlessness, calling them to live gospel-shaped lives. Come explore essential concepts of the Christian faith including the essence of the gospel, the purpose of the Law, our identity as a child of God and walking in the Spirit.
Teacher: Jared Humphries
Come learn ways to build bonds of affection & trust with your adopted child, effectively deal with any learning or behavioral disorders, and how to discipline without making him or her feel threatened. This class is great for adoptive families, safe families, foster families, but also all families striving to correct and connect with their children.
Teachers: Kati Wallace & Vicky McEacharn
Knowing and understanding basic Christian beliefs is important for every follower of Jesus because what we believe affects how we live. In this class we will examine and think practically about 10 more Christian essentials we must know.
Teacher: Edward Rogers