Connections

Connections

August 17th will be the first week of Connections classes for Fall semester. We are offering several different classes and curriculums this year. They are:

NT Survey

Join this group to explore the background of the New Testament. We will be discussing who wrote particular books as well as considering the reason and content for the writings. During our time together you will gain a panoramic view of the New Testament while developing rich relationships with others.

Teachers: Pastor Larry and David Funk 

Gospel in Life

Join this group if you want to enter into an 8-week video-based study featuring Pastor Tim Keller’s Gospel in Life teaching series. We will explore what the Gospel is and particularly how the truth of the Gospel “works” in real life situations. We will also feature smaller breakout groups with the express purpose of developing a closer and more personal relationship with others in your group.

Teachers: Brad Williams and Greg Glaze 

Sermon Application

If you speak Spanish, then this is the group for you. The Spanish-speaking group will be exploring the teaching from the service with a goal of taking the information and applying it to life in practical, real-world ways. We will also be taking some extra time to explore contemporary issues in a “GraceTALK” style format with one or more pastors over the Fall and Winter.

Teachers: Juan Montes in Spanish

Drive by Theology

If you want to explore themes in Bibliology, Theology Proper, Anthropology, Soteriology and ten other cool words that will impress people at a potluck, then this is the group for you. It is a ten-week course that will help you grow in your discernment and understanding of Biblical themes.

 Teachers: Pastor Ken Rutherford and Todd Friel

 NT Survey

Join this group to explore the background of the New Testament. We will be discussing who wrote particular books as well as considering the reason and content for the writings. During our time together you will gain a panoramic view of the New Testament while developing rich relationships with others.

Teacher: Zach Watson