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Class: Worship and Rest: Studying the Sabbath
Location: Fellowship Room–Lower Level Sanctuary Building
Primary Teacher: Kevin Martin
Description: This class will look at the concept of Sabbath as it is presented throughout Scripture, from the time of creation all the way to the new earth. We’ll look at what it means for us today, and the hope it gives us as we look forward to Christ’s return!

Class: What is Reformed Theology?
Location: Room 203/304 Upper-Level Multipurpose Building
Primary Teacher: Bill Resh
Description: This class will explore the central tenants of Reformed Theology as we cover the “Five Solas” of the Reformation: Sola Scriptura, Sola Fide, Sola Gratia, Sola Christus, and Soli Deo Gloria, as well as what are commonly known as the “Five Points of Calvinism”: Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited Atonement, Irresistible Grace, and the Perseverance of the Saints. We will rely heavily on R.C. Sproul's book, What is Reformed Theology, as well as the Westminster Confession of Faith. Participants will be encouraged to “be Bereans” and really dig into the Scriptures to find the Biblical sources for all of these teachings. With the Lord's help and guidance, together we will seek to apply 2 Timothy 2:15 to bring glory to His name!

Class: A Praying Life: Connecting with God in a Distracting World
Location: Room 201/202 Upper-Level Multipurpose Building
Primary Teacher: Ken Crabb
Description: This class is based off the excellent book, A Praying Life, by Paul E. Miller. As part of the Practical Theology offerings or our Christian Education Ministry, we’ll look at one of the most crucial Christian disciplines- PRAYER. Why is prayer so hard? Knowing that we should do it, too often it can be rote repetition, a vocabulary of “prayer speak”, or pious rambling. We can often treat prayer as a way of warding off future problems and then guilt comes when we see no results. Paul Miller defines prayer this way – “Prayer is meant to be the conversation where your life and your God meet.” Come join us in this adventure. Together we’ll explore how to pray as His children, how to ask our Father for our needs, and some PRACTICAL tools for our prayer life. This won’t be a systematic look at prayer but a means of meeting and joining our lives with the Creator of this universe. I look forward to growing together in this discipline!

Class: The Life of Solomon
Location: Room 206/207 Upper-Level Multipurpose Building
Primary Teacher: Steve Jennings
Description: This class seeks to grow in God's grace by studying His Word together. We encourage active question & answer during class discussion as we study books of the Bible, verse by verse. Currently, we are working our way through … as we examine the life of Solomon.


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 Identity & Belonging in an Age of Uncertainty
2022 Combined Summer Sunday School Class
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