This class has a discussion format led by several different facilitators/teachers. The class varies its study materials, including (but not limited to) scholarly interpretations of books of the Bible, exploration of theological issues, and fresh perspectives on our creeds, worship, and witness. All of our study seeks to lead us to be more faithful followers and practitioners of Christian faith, stressing the relevance of our study to our everyday lives. Class members are varied in age, background, and perspective who maintain a warm and respectful atmosphere. As Jesus invited some of his early disciples, “come and see.”
The Discipleship Class will continue a six-part Lenten study using the study guide called “Embacing the Uncertain” by Magrey deVega. This study should be engaging and very interesting. Quoting from the review on the cover of the study book, the study “Invites you to take a different perspective this Lenten season. Instead of ignoring or hiding from life’s uncertainties, you can engage them with confidence and find a stronger faith along the way.”
Please join us on Sunday mornings at 9:45 in classroom in Courtyard Classroom A, Floor 2.
The Discipleship Class meets in Courtyard Classroom A, Floor 2, at 9:45 a.m.
For additional information, contact Judy Cagle at firstname.lastname@example.org