Every Sunday, from 02/04/2018 to 05/06/2018, 9:45 AM - 10:30 AM
Please note: there is no Sunday School on Easter Sunday, April 1.
Feb. 4 - May 6
Caleb Stegall I Gymnasium
Have you heard the joke about the schoolboy who cheated on his metaphysics exam? He peeked into the soul of the boy next to him. We chuckle because we all intuitively recognize in the joke the universal human experience that in the key moments of life when we finally come face to face with the deepest questions about existence, we are alone. This class is an extended meditation on this existential condition--what we call loneliness. We will ask what loneliness teaches us about ourselves as human beings, what it tells us about the world, and what it reveals about God. In the process, we will attempt to better understand both the unique temptations associated with loneliness and the surprising gifts that it bears.
Rick & Kelli Pratte, Steve & Grace Greene, Jeff & Rebecca Burgess I Room 17
The question can be frightening to some, confusing to others and for certain seasons in marriage, the question might even be welcomed. Regardless of our response, it is a very important question to ask and keep asking. While the Bible gives no simple formulas to resolve the challenges of marriage, it does give us
First half-term Class:
Feb 11 - Mar 11
Denny Chadwick & Wanda Haney I Room 5
From Christmas carols to Easter hymns to Pentecost hymns, we will sing the gospel story to one another and to our Lord. String players (cello, etc.) and flutists, come add your instrumental voices to the piano accompaniment.
Second half-term Class:
March 18 - May 6
Mark Brown & Jake Evans I Room 5
Did you know that Great Commission is in each of the Gospels and each makes a unique contribution to the call to go into all the world? Do you need a fresh vision for living life missionally? In this short class, we will take a look at the great commission in each of the gospels as well as examine some of the best thoughts on