(see below for onsite Spring classes)
For those who wish to study the Bible at home, we will provide upon request the following Bible correspondence courses. The Hawley lessons are available by email correspondence. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This series of eight lessons presents an overview of the Bible for the beginning Bible student. Lesson topics include: The Old Testament, The New Testament, Rightly Dividing the Word, Faith & Works, Becoming a Christian, Acceptable Worship, The New Testament Church, and You Can Be Just a Christian.
Studies Through the Bible (A Proven Basic Course)
Monroe E. Hawley
This is a thirty lesson course surveying the entire Bible from Genesis to Revelation. This series is simple enough to be studied by one with little Bible knowledge, yet comprehensive enough to help the Bible student.
Jesus, by John (His Gospel for Belief)
These ten lessons on the gospel of John are of tremendous value for both the non-Christian investigating Jesus and the disciple taking a fresh look at the Savior. Jesus, by John follows the text of the gospel, showing it to be an eye-witness account of Jesus designed to produce faith. The lessons are understandable enough for the beginner and challenging enough for classes.
Into All the World (A Study of the Book of Acts)
A ten lesson study of the book of Acts of the Apostles. Each lesson requires reading of the Bible in addition to the lesson material.
Foundations of Faith (An Advanced Course)
This thirty lesson study is designed for the student with some previous Bible knowledge. Topics include: There is a God, The Inspiration of the Bible, Why the Bible is God’s Word, Fulfilled Prophecy, Miracles of the Bible, the Nature of Sin, The Resurrection of the Dead.
Christian Way (For the New Christian)
Many Christians never develop spiritually because they have not been taught how to live the Christian life. This ten lesson course presents Christianity as a way of life, not just a catalog of duties. Each lesson is tied to this concept so that the student will gain a broader appreciation of the depth and meaning of his faith.
Through the Bible (Junior Correspondence Course)
These eight lessons for junior high school age students deals with New Testament subjects such as: The Birth, Boyhood, and Baptism of Jesus; His Teachings and Miracles; His Death, Resurrection, and Ascension; the Beginning of the Church; the Plan of Salvation; Worship; the Christian Life and the Christian Home.
How to request a Bible Correspondence Course
Email us at email@example.com and give us the following information:
· State your name and address.
· Indicate which lesson you would like to study.
Upon receipt of your request, the first three lessons will be mailed to you with a return envelope addressed to the church. Read the related Bible scriptures and lesson, answer the questions, then mail the lesson back to us in the return envelope. This lesson will be corrected and returned to you with the next lessons.
(March 2 - May 25)
Luke: Jesus Came to Seek and Save (All Adults)
Floyd M. Williamson
The purpose of the Gospel of Luke may be obvious to most of us; it's to tell us about Jesus' Life, Death, and Resurrection. Yet there are numerous themes that have been observed in Luke, but one of the primary themes is stated in Luke 19:10: "For the Son of Man Came to Seek and to Save What Was Lost." Luke records events in Jesus' Life that particularly stresses how salvation is for all people - Including non-Jews - and in Acts Luke tells the rest of the story. Therefore God's people need to have the same sense of Mission - Salvation is for all. Even though the class will not be a verse study of Luke, the intent is for every student to read the whol Gospel. There will be a short daily reading assignment throughout the spring quarter. The Goal of this class is to encourage everyone to read the Gospel of Luke, to acquire a good understanding of earthly Jesus' mission and to insprire each student to see how Jesus' mission translate into their own life.
Power Of A Woman's Words (Ladies)
This study is for every Woman who desires to use her words to
build up rather than tear down, to encourage rather than
discourage,, to cheer rather than Jeer. It is for all who
desire to have more control over that mighty force called the
tongue. We will be studying the impact our words have on our
families, friends, fellow Christians and the world.
Practical Christianity: The General Epistle of James (All Adults)
Students will study
the book of James with emphasis on understanding the text, then
making application to our lives and service Christians. The
goal of this study is to understand the text of James and Nudge
each of us more fully toward the behaviors and attitudes which
James discusses, and secondarily to introduce a method of studying
the Epistles for improved personal study.
Cradle Roll.............(enter from foyer) Nursery
Preschool Ages 2, 3.......................Room 117
Ages 4, 5......................................Room 111
Ages K-Grade 1.............................Room 109
Grades 2, 3..................................Room 113
Grades 4, 5..................................Room 303
Grades 6-8...................................Room 301
Grades 9-12.................................Room 305
(March 5 - May 28)
Ezra and Nehemiah (All Adults)
Floyd M. Williamson
One of the greatest reformations in the history of God’s people was when the Jews returned to Palestine after the Babylonian exile. Ezra deals with the rebuilding of the Temple of God and Nehemiah the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem. Although in the process of fixing buildings, these great leaders helped rebuild God’s people by reform and restoration in the midst of local opposition and the temptation to succumb to religious and moral syncretism. We can learn, from their struggles, some godly ways to help us grow and mature spiritually
Today students will learn about one of the most important reformations in the history of God’s people and strive to encourage one another to see that spiritual growth and maturity are made up of individuals choosing to recommit ourselves and fully submit to God’s plan.
A Survey Of The Psalms (All Adults)
Michael D. Anglin
"This class will examine different types of Psalms in the Old Testament such as Creation, History, Forgiveness, Worship, Etc. The goal of this study will be to motivate students to appreciate the practical value of the Psalms and to motivate each of us to read and study them more frequently than ever before.
Youth Ages 3 - K
Youth Gr. 1 - 4.................................Room 113
Grades 5 - 8.....................................Room
Grades 9 - 12...................................Room 115
Bible Class flyers will be available in the church foyer.
"...but grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ..."
2 Peter 3:18
"...like newborn babes, long for the pure milk of the
word, so that by it you may grow..." 1 Peter 2:2