The Minor Prophets
Pastor Farlow, Gary Dirrim & David Funk : Room 23
Join us as we look through the last twelve books of the Old Testament known collectively as the Minor Prophets, but there is nothing ‘minor’ in the lessons they teach us about God. This year we will explore the life and times of these prophets and discover important teachings that will help us know and serve God better.
Walking Through the Pentateuch
Pastor Drew & Scott Smith : Room 26
While most of us are familiar with the stories in the beginning of the Bible, we frequently fail to see how they are connected to the larger canon, especially the Pentateuch, the oldest writings in the Scriptures. For example, did you know that Jesus is first hinted at in the Garden of Eden? We will aim to study Genesis to Deuteronomy with fresh eyes to see the larger story being told and the beauty of this literature. As we begin to see that the Bible is one unified story, pointing to Jesus, we will grow in our faith, better displaying God’s glory.
The Scarlet Cord : A Study of the Books of Joshua, Judges & Ruth
Pastor Ken, Rhett Bergeron & Hugh Williams : Room 21
In referring to the Old Testament, Jesus said, “These are the very Scriptures that testify about me.” Foreshadowed by the scarlet cord that Rahab hung from her window, the books of Joshua, Judges, and Ruth testify about Jesus Christ. Come and join us as we explore these three narratives to learn about this important period in the history of the people who would bring the Messiah to the nations.
Pastor Marty, Greg Glaze & Paul Kelly : Room 27
The class continues this year with a focus for those who are in the early stages of marriage or with young children. Join us as we study the book of Acts and the Old Testament books of wisdom where we will explore the Bible in two themes: (1) the development of the early church and (2) the life perspective offered in the Old Testament books of wisdom.
Pastor Eric : Room 28
The New Attenders Connections class desires to show the love of Christ by welcoming and helping new attenders into community life at Grace Fellowship. We will spend time getting to know one another, praying for one another, and digging deeper into and applying the passage from each Sunday morning’s sermon. As we do this, we will help each other know and love God more and live more passionately for Him. We also welcome church members who have a desire to get to know and serve the new attenders.