Classes for Adults

January 2–March 31

Encounter Classes

Auditorium & live

Encountering Parables
in Scripture

Rodney Cloud & Stan Wilson

A parable is a story or saying that illustrates a truth using comparison, hyperbole, or a simile. The content can be a model, analogy, or example. In Greek rhetoric, parables were used to clarify, prove, or cause something to appear livelier. In the Old Testament parables are found in the Wisdom literature. The parables appear as taunts, riddles, allegories, or proverbs. There are 30 forms of parables in the Gospels. Join us as we survey parables in the Old and New Testaments.

Room 422 & Zoom

the Mission of God

Lee Hickerson

- Any adults
- Contact Lee

Room 201 & Zoom

Encountering the
Book of 2 Peter

Owen Slaughter, Kevin Walker,
Jeff Castle

Engage Classes

Room 420 & Zoom

Engaging the Purpose
Driven Life

Les Chapman

Explore Classes

Community Room & Zoom

Exploring the Gospel
of Mark

Mark Ciampa

Room 202

Exploring a
Rule of Life

Jon Micah Richardson

- Any adults
- Contact Jon

Join us as we explore what it means to cultivate rhythms in our lives that enable us to say yes to a process of spiritual transformation.

Other Sunday Options
• Classes for Students & Kids


Room 421 & Zoom

An Introduction to
the Enneagram

Jon Micah Richardson & Stan Wilson

Join us as we explore this personality typing system that helps people understand who they are and what makes them tick.

Community Room

How To Be a Man: Pursuing Christ-Centered Masculinity

Owen Slaughter

- Any adults

Using eight core characteristics of Christ (identity, integrity, purpose, surrender, passion, commitment, compassion, influence), this devotional experience will challenge men to exemplify these in their own lives as they passionately pursue Christ-centered manhood.

Auditorium & online

A Journey
Through Revelation

Les Chapman

Room 420

Mama Bear Apologetics

Jenny Slaughter & Jamie Walker

- Ladies of all ages

Other Wednesday Options

Student Gathering
• Classes for Kids

Participating Online

  • Download Zoom on a mobile device or desktop computer
  • Contact a teacher for meeting information (information is not published for security reasons)
  • Most classes meet on Sundays at 10:15am and Wednesdays at 6:30pm. Contact individual class leaders for specifics.
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