Studying God's Perspective for our Lives
Growing in faith and knowledge is a lifelong process that strengthens our relationship with Christ. Romans 12:2 says, "Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is—His good, pleasing and perfect will."
As our understandings of His Word deepens, we grow in our ability to understand God's perspective. And with a renewed understanding of His will, we can grow in our ability to discern it in our daily lives.
Join us at 10 am on Sundays for classes focused on deepening our knowledge of the Bible and our relationship with God. We call this Education Hour, and it runs from September through May and offers a number of different class options to choose from. No need to sign up; just pick a topic you like, and come grow in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior.
Education Hour - Join Any Time!
All-Adult Class: Colossians | Aaron Hardley
Sundays at 10:05 am in the Choir Room
Do you ever wonder about how God looks at each us in the midst of our “sinful nature"?
Ever wonder how you would describe God to a person who has little or no knowledge of a “personal” God?
Ever wonder what struggles earlier Christian believers experienced in the first century?
Ever wonder what stuff the early Church fought over?
Ever wonder how we can be shaped in the image of God?
Do you ever wonder about this movement called “Christianity"?
Do you ever wonder?
These are just a few of the issues that the book of Colossians deals with in the New Testament. Join in the journey to investigate just how our relationship with Christ can take a step or two “deeper” in grasping what our “walk” with God can look like.
Please note that the Colossians study will take a one-week break on January 24 for the following special class:
Mongolia—Where Purpose and Passion Met | led by Kydee Sheetz
Sunday, January 24, 10 am in multipurpose room
Have you always assumed that doing God's will must involve suffering and sacrifice? God loves to combine a person's passion with ministry. He delights in giving good gifts to his children.
Kydee Sheetz recently spent three weeks in Outer Mongolia learning from and teaching remote herders, and she discovered an incredible people with whom God is working in amazing ways. Kydee’s medical, horse, and teaching skills were all tested as she was welcomed by the nomads into a land of mystery and ancient tradition that God is claiming for his own. Come hear about how GOD is working in the Land of Ghengis Khan. Come learn about how Purpose and Passion can meet for you!
All Church Chili Cook-Off Don’t make any lunch plans for Sunday, February 14...yet! Following the 11 am service, join us for a chili cook-off. Come and taste to see which you like best. Invite your family, friends and neighbors,...
Summer 2016 Camping Season Covenant Pines Bible Camp is a great place for kids (and adults!) to learn about God and grow in their relationship with him while having fun and making new friends. Kids of all ages will want to hear...