Objective: The purpose of this course is to inform and equip students with a biblical view of justice towards current social and cultural issues.
Overview: This is an eight-week course that will focus on learning and discussing current social issues. The class will explore the history & connection of minorities with politics. It will also focus on not just surfacing issues, but how to heal them as the Church. Using a blend of biblical truths, historical events, and prophetic insights this class presents the student with a holistic approach towards learning about between biblical justice.
Objective: This course helps students establish and build a strong foundation by exploring core doctrinal beliefs of Christianity.
Overview: During this course, students will be empowered to explore the core beliefs of their Chrsitian faith. This class will discuss key theolgoical pillars such as salvation, sanctification, and Holy Spirit. Students will learn through both teaching and discussion, as they are led to establish and stand firm on their own faith.
Objective: This class is designed to equip students with practical tools that help them make disciples.
Overview: This is an 8 week course in which students will have both theory and practice on making disciples. We will focus on the topics of Finding POP, Using and knowing the Shema, Learning to lead with Invitation and Challenge and Multiplication. We will use practical examples and learning styles each week.
Disciplines of Grace (Book Study)
Objective: Disciplines of Grace offers a clear and and thorough explanation of the gospel and what it means to be a believer.
Overview: This is a book study of Disciplines of Grace by Jerry Bridges. This book explores how the same grace that brings us to faith in Christ also disciplines us in Christ. In learning more about grace, you also will learn about God’s character, His forgiveness, and the Holy Spirit.
Drawing Near to God
Objective: This course teaches students how to daily draw into intimacy with God.
Overview:In the Old Testament we watch the Israelites take a long journey with God through the wilderness towards the Promise Land. On this journey we learn a very valuable lesson that helps us bond with God. The lesson of “daily bread” is one that is overlooked too often. When the disciples asked Jesus how to pray He showed them their need to “daily” depend upon the Father. This class will provide content that helps us learn how to daily abide in God. The principle found in John 15:1-5 will be a guidepost for this journey. By the end of our time together we will have a better grasp of what it means to daily abide in Him.