Sunday School

January (8th-29th)

New Testament Overview is an overview of the New Testament that will explore the relationship between the Synoptic Gospels and the Gospel of John, the historicity and importance of the major events of the Life of Jesus, the growth of the early church in the book of Acts, and the content of the Epistles and Revelation.
Teacher: Clark Beck

Discipleship is about deeply investing in others in such a way that the faith multiplies in and through them. We are going to study how to walk with people along their journey of faith, all the way from evangelism to maturity. Of course, this will also involve taking personal inventory of ourselves as well, to make sure we are true disciples.
Teacher: Sam Cotten
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February (5th-26th)

Biblical Theology is designed to show the relationship of all parts of the Bible, both Old and New Testaments, to the person and work of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is the focus of all Scripture. The study of biblical theology helps us to see and understanding the progressive unfolding of God’s revelation: from the first word of God to man through to the unveiling of the full glory of God in Jesus Christ.
Teacher: John Held

Explaining Christianity is a study of how to articulate our faith, particularly to unbelievers and people with questions. This is a great bridge between the evangelism course that was offered last Fall, and the upcoming Apologetics Course (although you don’t have to have taken Evangelism to take this course).
Teacher: Sam Cotten
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March (5th-26th)

Church History I: 100 to 1305 is an overview of the history of the Christian church from the time of Christ to just before the Protestant Reformation, with an emphasis on the rise and progress of Christianity into Western Europe.
Teacher: John Held

The Power of the Covenant Home is a parenting course. My goal is twofold: 1) To show you that God has already given you what you need to parent well, and 2) To lay out a practical vision for how to walk out the blessing He has already provided. I want to strongly encourage all our parents to attend.
Teacher: Sam Cotten
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April (2nd-30th)

Church History II: 1305 to 1648 is an overview of the most important age in church history, since the apostles. This class will introduce the major events, figures, and movements surrounding this period and their effect on the Christian faith and broader western civilization.
Teacher: John Held

Apologetics is about how to defend the faith. It can be thought of as pre-evangelism, and seeks to answer the question, “How do I make myself ready to defend the faith when questioned?” Therefore, this course will equip you to speak to the myriad of worldview questions that people have, in a winsome and faithful way.
Teacher: Sam Cotten
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May (7th-28th)

Church History III: 1648 to the Present traces the course of Christianity from 1648 to the present day, by providing an overview of Christianity’s geographical, doctrinal, and denominational developments and impact against the background of modern world history.
Teacher: John Held

Navigating the Teenage Years is another parenting course, yet this one will be specifically focused on the teenage years. Technology and social media have deeply complicated matters, by isolating our children from us. This is particularly dangerous, because of the worldview that they are being bombarded with. All of this means that we need a targeted course to talk through these issues. We will also cover dating, purity, and other related issues.
Teacher: Sam Cotten
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