Made to Marvel: A Journey of Faith (Instructor: Dan Zorn)
When? Tuesday nights starting July 11 - August 1 from 7:00-8:30pm
What is faith? Why does God require it? How do I get more of it? How do I overcome with it? God wants us to live a life of faith where we please Him (Heb. 11:6) and marvel at His works (John 5:20). This class answers the above questions and discusses how our faith applies to trials, anxiety, our finances, our job, our marriage, our parenting, answered prayer and much more. We will also look at examples of persons of faith, in the Bible and in history, that we can use to emulate in our own lives to build our faith. Bring your questions and testimonies to this 4-week class as we discuss what the Bible says about this important topic that can change our lives.
A Faith that Works: The Book of James (Instructor: Andy Knaster)
When? Thursday nights starting July 6 - August 10 from 7:00-8:30pm
The Gospels and Epistles are rich in teaching us about salvation. Between the time of salvation and entering into God’s presence forever is this period of time known as the Christian walk. What does this walk look like? Paul told the believers living in Philippi to “…work out your own salvation with fear and trembling” (Philippians 2:12b). The letter of James tells us many ways to “work out” our salvation. In “Working out your Faith” we will explore the calls to action in James and discuss how we can apply them to our lives. The class covers a chapter in the book of James each week and culminates in a review of what we have learned. The companion book for this class will be James: Guidelines for a Happy Christian Life by John MacArthur (can be ordered by class participants on Amazon). Homework will be assigned from this book each week.
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