Jan. 13-May 1, 2013 | There will be no classes on March 10, 17, and 31.
St. Gabriel’s | 9:15-10:15AM
Christianity in the Public Square | Greg Grooms Rm: 224
Over the centuries Christians understood the nature of their relationship to civil
society differently. As a result their goals differed and adopted varying methods
to achieve those goals. This class reviews the differences in light of the Scriptures
in hopes of better understanding what ones goals should be in the political arena
and what methods Christians should adopt in seeking to achieve those goals.
“The Knowledge of the Holy” | Kim Hall & Erin Holcomb Rm: 228 *Women’s study*(A.W. Tozer study)
“What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us.” Tozer What is the nature of God? How can one experience God’s presence in their daily lives? Tozer addresses these and other questions in an insightful, succinct and reverent way. Each week’s study/chapter can stand alone. Please jump in and join the class for good discussion and sweet community as the class seeks to know God as he really is.
Romans: Launched into Mission | Bryce Carlisle & Josh Eby Rm: 211
Come join this class for a practical study and discussion of the central themes of Paul’s letter to the Romans. The class will read with an eye to learn how God wants to send his people into the mission right where they are.
*Membership Class: All About All Saints* | Pastors (begins January 27: register here) Rm: 138
All About All Saints is a 4-week dialogue-filled membership class taught by our pastors. The class covers the reformed theological tradition, the basics of Christian orthodoxy, and particulars of the worship, life, and mission of All Saints. For more information about the class and when it is offered, click here.