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Our Adult Learning Center (ALC) offers classes on a variety of Bible studies that will strengthen your understanding of your faith and help you build a solid foundation for spiritual growth.

2nd floor above the auditorium [view campus map]
Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer, 9:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.
Classes run concurrently with the Sunday morning services. Most attenders will join our corporate worship for one service and then attend the class of their choice during the other service. See the listing below for classes currently being offered.

9:00 AM

Esther, George Zachariah and Bo Spires, Room 2-1. Join us this fall as we take an in-depth look at the fascinating book of Esther. This book demonstrates God’s love and sovereignty in all circumstances. God protects His people. He may not always do it in the way we think He should, but the book of Esther shows that He is in control even when we don’t see Him.

John, Bob Leonhard, Room 2-2 a/b. "That You May Believe." Join us for a two-semester expository study of the Gospel of John. Together we will experience the Apostle's challenge to see and experience Christ not only for salvation and eternal life, but also to live a life vitally connected to Jesus through active belief.

Tactics, Apologetics Ministry, Room 2-3. Tactics will teach you how to navigate the minefield of ideas and how to maneuver comfortably and graciously as you share your faith with others. With dozens of illustrations and real life examples to learn from, even the most timid of people will be equipped to engage neighbors, friends, coworkers, and complete strangers with confidence and grace.

Genesis, Young Adults (18-29), Howard and Liz Green, Conference Room A. Genesis is the essential book, the launching pad for understanding the gospel. Come and discuss these great and unbelievably relevant truths with us. No class 9/2/18. First class is 9/9/18.

Return to Me, Christy Voelkel (Women only), Conference Room C. Every generation that falls away from God faces a daunting task in returning to Him. In this two-part study of Ezra and Nehemiah, Israel’s effort to rebuild the House of God gives us insight into the process and struggle in revitalizing our own relationship with God.

10:45 AM

The Life of David, Les Sillars and Jesse Bridges, Room 2-1. What can we learn from David’s life experiences that will help us be more faithful and obedient believers? When we see the greatness of God’s mercy and grace as displayed to David, will it motivate us as well? Join us for a look at the life of David.

1 Thessalonians, Don Den Hartog, Room 2-2 a/b. Many things we have we can live without. But no one can live without hope. The question remains, where is the object of our hope. First Thessalonians is a book pointing every believer’s attention to a sure hope, the coming of Jesus Christ. Join us as we study this epistle and the details of the next scheduled event on the prophetic calendar and have your hope renewed!

Growing in the Knowledge of God, Missions Team, Conference Room A. How would you feel if your children doubted your love and acceptance of them? This can be experienced in our relationship with God. By focusing on man, rather than God, we can come away with very inaccurate views of who He is. This class will highlight who God has revealed Himself to be through the Old Testament.

Encore (60+), Jerry Harpool, Hospitality Suite. We begin a new study on the Book of James. This book will teach and train us how to deal with our TRIALS, our TEMPTATIONS and our TONGUES. Let’s spur each other on in our quest for living the life God intends for us to live! No class 9/2/18. First class is 9/9/18.