Plan and Promise (Year 4 begins January 6, 2019)
Offered on Sunday mornings during the 9:00 & 10:45 services, we will be teaching through the entirety of the Bible in a four-year window (see link below for a detailed scope and sequence and schedule). This class will be primarily taught by the elders in Rooms 102 and 103. We are currently in year four of Plan and Promise, which traces the storyline of God’s people from Adam to Abraham to the establishment of the nation of Israel and then culminated in the New Testament Church. This weekly study is designed to take participants through the entire Bible in four years. A devotional guide is available below and at the Information Center to help you stay in the Word and prepare you for the teaching.
Previous Plan & Promise Recordings
Wednesdays at 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Our Wednesday evening study is following our Plan and Promise curriculum (see above). This study meets in Room 102-103.
Periodically there will be opportunities for training of newer believers in our Fundamentals Classes and other special interests from apologetics to Pastor Tony’s Evangelism Training to other topical studies. Keep your eyes open for these opportunities throughout the year. You can listen to recordings of past seminars by clicking on Seminars under the Resources tab. For those interested in this summer's book study, C.S. Lewis' "The Problem of Pain" and missed a week, click below on the link to listen to the discussion:
The LifePoint Fellows program is an intensive discipleship track that exists to provide a framework aimed at equipping mature believers for ministry, both corporately and in their individual lives and families. It is a 36-week program (Sept.-May) that takes students through topics from church history to systematic theology to hermeneutics to worldview and the life of the church. It is a literature-oriented curriculum with an expected investment of 3-5 hours of reading a week followed by a 90-minute class on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 p.m. You can download a copy of the class overview or scope and sequence for more information. If this is something that interests you, please contact the church office or Pastor Nate directly. Space is limited and fills up quickly.
For students who have completed the Fellows Program, we offer a 16-18 week course on Biblical interpretation. It meets weekly and requires 3-5 hours of reading and working through Biblical texts, taking into account cultural and literary context and seeking appropriate application to today’s world. Contact Pastor Nate if you are interested. Classes are capped at 8 people and space is limited.