Adult Sunday School Electives
New Adult Sunday School Electives
Teacher: John Janney - Location: Sanctuary
It was John Calvin's favorite book of the Bible and if you study it I think it will be yours.
Do you have questions about things like election, predestination, and just how sinful is man?
Ever wonder why some Christians can't get along with others?
Do you want a better marriage?
Are you having parent/child conflicts (from either perspective)?
Do you feel beaten as you try to live for Christ? This is the book for you!
Come enjoy Paul great Epistle to the Ephesians.
Teacher: Pastor Clark - Location: Overflow
King Solomon : The Temptations of Money, Sex, and Power
King Solomon had all the fame and fortune that any man could want. He was the world’s wisest and wealthiest king.
And yet, he threw it all away for the love of money, the pleasures of sex, and the powers of an earthly kingdom.
In studying the life of Solomon, we see both the true greatness and the tragic failure of our own humanity - from godly devotion to self-serving excess.
Even in the midst of our best intentions, we are all prone to succumb to the same temptations of money, sex, and power.
And if Solomon’s incredible wisdom could not prevent him from such terrible mistakes, then how can we hope to triumph over the same temptations?
In this class we will learn how, by the grace of God, to prevent those downfalls and to seek God’s glory amid earthly temptations.
This study is based Philip Ryken’s book, King Solomon: The Temptations of Money, Sex, and Power.
Teacher: Jim Stapleton - Location: Fellowship Hall
Discipleship According to the Master
In the contemporary church, discipleship has become something of a catchall
term that means different things to different people. For some, discipleship is a process for
growing and maturing Christians, while others consider discipleship to be an evangelistic
method that begins and ends with sharing the gospel and winning people to Jesus Christ.
In this elective, we will be beginning our study of discipleship with the sayings and teachings of our Lord Jesus Christ
Himself concerning discipleship, and we will seek to make sure that we understand their meanings and implications.
Then, with His teaching as our foundation, we hope to have a lively discussion of what it should look like
to follow our Lord Jesus Christ as His disciples in our contemporary world.