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Adult Equipping

 


Truthful Teaching...Truthful Learning...Truthful Living.  The Adult Equipping Center tools people for life and service to Jesus Christ using the Word of God as the primary resource. Whether through reading materials, videos, or compelling teaching, our goal is to assist the Church's conformity to the likeness of God's Son.

Equipping classes utilize ministry space in other parts of our facility during Sunday Worship Services. During the course of a year, you will find a team of teachers excited to share God's truth with you in an effort to inform and inspire your love for God. Our classes work from Bible to life, and from life to Bible. So bring your bible and come ready to encounter God in His Word!

Current classes offered: 

Truly Human

Starting Sunday, Sept. 25th, 9am, Room 302

How God’s revelation directs our search for human identity in midst of cultural confusion

What does it mean to be human?  To be an embodied, engendered man or woman?  In a world both obsessed and confused by questions surrounding human identity, God speaks.  Join us this fall and learn what it means to be made in God’s image and yet tainted by sin, while addressing cultural issues related to gender and sexuality.  You’ll leave a better human and be equipped to help others to become truly human.  This class will be led by Ben Cunningham and team.

 

To see and listen to previous classes, please Browse our Equipping Classes.

 

Ministry News

Posted: April 7, 2017
Gospel Shaped Work

Sometimes we are guilty of a dualistic approach to life. We have our church life and then our work life, which can seem pretty separated. This eight-week video and discussion based class is about connecting our faith and our work. We will see that the gospel is not only the...

Posted: February 28, 2017
work books, shovel, broom, titus

Consistent devotion to Jesus and to the needs of others displays the beauty of God’s offer of grace.  How do we pursue that devotion while wisely engaging a culture that so ardently rejects Jesus?   The Apostle Paul provides an answer in his letter to Titus. 

A new equipping class on...

Posted: January 8, 2017
man holding megaphone in front of brick wall

We live in a world where there are seemingly endless opportunities to communicate with one another. With the internet, social media, and smart phones, we could be the most effective communicators in human history. So, why aren’t we? Why does it seem so hard to have ongoing relationships that build...

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