Beginning August 29
What Did Jesus Do? –
Understanding the Work of Christ (New Class – E 206)
(Video Series) by R.C. Sproul
When Jesus approached John the Baptist to be baptized, John initially objected. But Jesus responded by saying that it was necessary “to fulfill all righteousness” (Matt. 3:15). Why was this act and others like it so important? Most Christians understand the importance of Christ’s atoning sacrifice and the significance of his resurrection. But how many comprehend the significance of the life Jesus led prior to the crowning weeks of the passion? In this teaching series, R.C. Sproul uncovers what it means for Christ to be the “second Adam” and what this means for believers today.
Taught by (RE) RC Davenport and (Deacon) Brad Bredesen
A Study Through Genesis (New Class- EB 102 Library)
This class will cover “Major Themes in Genesis.” The first half of the class will utilize a video series by R.C. Sproul followed thereafter by exposition and discussion over the topic of the day. These themes include “Creation or Chaos, Created Male and Female, and The Temptation and Fall.”
Taught by (RE) Bill Jones
The Gospel of John (Two Classes)
The book of John is one of the most unique and beautiful books of the New Testament. John is very different from the other three Gospels in his storytelling, his style, and even his perspective. The contrast is such that scholars call the other three the “Synoptic Gospels”, coming from a Greek word that means “able to be seen together.” The others have many of the same stories in the same order, sometimes even using the same wording, while John’s Gospel is in a world all it’s own. Over 90% of John’s Gospel is original material not found in the other three. Yet John 20:31 states, “But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name.”
John Calvin remarks, “The synoptics show us Jesus’ life, John’s Gospel show us Jesus’ heart. ”
Taught by (RE) Ace Horan (New Class – EB 205)
Taught by (RE) Gary Henry (Continued Class – Summary of Chapters 1-12 before picking up with Chapter 13 – EB 204)
The Book of I Thessalonians (New Class) – Ladies Sunday School Class
How are we to live as Christians in the light of eternity. Knowing and living in confidence is a challenging concern for Christians. I Thessalonians addresses how we can live in confidence knowing that Jesus has saved us from the coming wrath of God and having an eternal perspective can affect how we can live our lives now.
Taught by Mrs. Jennie Tchilinguirian – Hospitality Room/Admin Bldg
Youth Sunday School
Pre-K through Kinder Sunday School Class
With over forty years of early childhood teaching experience, John Lewis instructs our children using Bible stories, music, and interactive activities.
1st-2nd Grade Sunday School Class – (EB 104)
Janie Childers and Shannon Rusick teach through the Children’s Catechism using fun activities as they learn the foundations of their faith.
3rd-5th Grade Sunday School Class – (EB 103)
Quinn Castle teaches our elementary level Catechism Sunday School class utilizing the curriculum of Great Commission Publishers.
6th-8th Grade Middle School Youth Sunday School Class – (EB 202)
Ryan Castle will be working with our Jr. High through a series called, “So What? A Study in Romans.”
9th-12th Grade High School Sunday School Class – (EB 201)
Pastor John is teaching our High School Youth the importance of sanctification in salvation.