Our Sunday morning CLASSES are a series of core classes designed with Discipleship in mind. It is through discipleship, Christians come to look more and more like Christ (2 Cor. 3:18). More Specifically, these classes: ground us in basic disciplines, improve our understanding of scripture, expose us to church history and theology, apply God’s wisdom to our relationships, and teach us how to engage the world as Christians. If you would like more information about any of the current classes being offered please call the church office.
Fall Classes Begin September 19th. Please register below.
Questions? Contact Pastor Joe Bolduc at email@example.com
Fall 2021 Classes
Sundays at 9:30AM
Engaging Our Neighbors in a Pluralistic World: Hinduism and Islam
Dr. Gordon Eck | Quad Room 108
Over the last few decades, we have experienced an unprecedented influx of people from all parts of the world. As a result, individuals with different backgrounds, cultures, and religions are now our neighbors. This creates a new and unique opportunity as we seek to fulfill the Great Commission. This class is intended to be an introduction to the religions of Hinduism and Islam and how we might most effectively share the gospel with their follower
Moral Combat: A Believer's Response to the Sexual Revolution
Pastor Brian Fuller | Auditorium
In this ebbcCLASS you will be equipped to think Biblically, stand courageously, and speak compassionately about abortion, LGBTQA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Asexual, Other), gender theory, and the current politicization of sex.
Living the Exchange
Pastor Joe Bolduc | Gym Foyer
A twelve-week Bible study where you will learn life-changing truths from God’s Word. This daily Bible study will help you establish devotional habits that will last a lifetime as you learn to live The Exchange.
The Gospel of Mark
Keith Patton | Quad Room 106
“I read in a book where a man called Christ went about doing good. It is very disconcerting to me that I am so easily satisfied with just going about.”
The book of Mark. The shortest. The first. Filled with Action. We will study the Gospel of Mark to see again the wonder of forgiveness, the hope of restoration, and the cross-shape of rejection. Mark is also focused on the disciples’ responses to Jesus-in all their raw, uncensored glory. Mark is about how you can be a disciple. The challenge that Jesus presents to us in the book of Mark involves breaking out of those patterns of self-absorption, realizing who Jesus is and giving ourselves in service and love to others as His disciple. Get ready for Discipleship 101!
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