The Bible says one of the main functions of the church is to "EQUIP the saints for ministry." (Eph. 4:12)
These classes offer you the opportunity to dig deeper into your faith and develop practical tools for the Christian life. Each class is 5 weeks long, please only choose one to attend.
Tuesdays (July 9th and ending on August 6th) @ 6:45pm
Cost - $20 per person (Pay with Debit or Credit Card online)
*Payments in cash or check can be made at the resource desk on Sunday morning
*Cost covers class materials and childcare for all 5 weeks.
*No charges for students rising 5th through 12th grade.
Dinner is available at 6 pm for $5 per adult/ $3 per child under 12.
*(Dinner is optional)
Global Missions - Teachers - Jeff Zapor and Dawjr Wood
We will look at global mission from a biblical and historical perspective. We’ll be encouraged by others that have gone before us. We will see what still needs to be accomplished. Finally, we will be challenged to find and do our part.
Walking With God: The Foundational Steps of Following Jesus Teachers - Will Oswald and Mark Treen
What are the essential elements of a growing relationship with God? Discover the most important habits and beliefs to help you follow Jesus daily.
Gospel Conversations Training: The 411 Teachers - David Barton and David Lewis
In this Equip Class, we’ll discuss WHY we share Good News, WHO we share with, WHAT we say, and WHEN we go. This method is guaranteed to improve your confidence and competence in sharing Jesus!
Tough Questions: Engaging our Changing Culture Teachers - Ross Parker and Ryan Gimple
In response to our quickly changing culture, we can bury our heads in the sand, drift along and “go with the flow” of the cultural current, or we can dive in and engage our changing culture with the gospel. In this Equip class, we will consider how to engage our post-Christian culture and its challenging questions about human sexuality, science, and Jesus.
Living is Simple Teachers - Joel Ainsworth and Chris Johnson
In life, we have a tendency to overcomplicate things, both big and small. But is that what God wants for us? Truthfully, God values simplicity, and we see this in how He tells us to live. For this class, we will examine God’s direction on matters of idolatry, worship, life, sexuality, and many more through the lens of the Ten Commandments.