FAITH + LIFE CLASSES
Explore faith and experience community in a relevant Christian growth environment. Classes run from 5-12 weeks covering subjects from Bible and Theology, Christian Life Application and Spiritual/Personal growth. You choose the best fit for you!
Connecting God’s Word to His people & God’s people to His Word
January 15 – February 26 class lineup
Sundays between the services (10:05 a.m.)
Basics of the Faith (13 weeks)
What are the basic theological doctrines of the Christian faith? Together we will learn about the characteristics of God, what it means to be created in the image of God, what God has done in the person of Christ, the purpose of the church and much more. Whether you are new to faith or a mature Christian and want to review the basics of the faith, this class is for you.
Resource: Christian Beliefs: 20 Basics Every Christian Should Know, Wayne A. Grudem
Bill Hathaway, Mac Davis, Melissa Davis | Rm 301
The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus (13 weeks)
What is the historical evidence for the resurrection of Jesus? How do we share this evidence with our friends and family? How do we respond to objections to the resurrection? Join us as we learn from Gary Habermas and Michael Licona (Spring Branch alumni). If you want to understand the facts surrounding the resurrection of Jesus, or want to learn how to effectively share the core of your faith this class is for you.
Resource: The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus, Gary Habermas & Michael Licona
Glenn Trematore | Room 305
Gospel in Life (7 weeks)
What does it mean to live out the Gospel? How does God’s grace transform not only our hearts, but how we interact with the community around us? Tim Keller’s Gospel in Life will help us explore how the biblical themes of community, work, justice and eternity shape our lives today.
Resource: Gospel in Life, Tim Keller, DVD series with workbook
Lee Clark | Video | Room 303
Right Click (7 weeks)
Help! How do we create media-safe homes for our teenagers? How do we teach our kids to use social media responsibly? How do we set limits on how our kids use their devices without isolating them from their friends? How do we handle things like bullying and inappropriate sharing? How do we use digital media as a force that knits our families together rather than pulling us apart? Join us as we learn how to parent our teenagers in a challenging Digital Media World
Resource: Right Click: Parenting your Teenager in a digital Media World by Art Bamford, Kara Powell & Brad Griffin (Fuller Youth Institute)
Larry & Windy Leslie, Scott & Sue McCluney | Room 304