The Foundation Builders Class is composed of adults ranging in age from their 20’s to their 50’s (and some beyond). The name Foundation Builders was selected for this class to emphasize that we want to build a faith foundation based on study and sharing with each other. We welcome one and all. The fellowship and support we gain from being with each other on Sunday mornings has translated into many strong friendships among the class members when times of need or times of happiness arise. Please join us in the Foundation Builders class any Sunday morning to become a part of a growing, learning group.
Foundation Builders Class, Four Sundays, beginning August 18, 2019. Come see a remarkable DVD and discuss the life of Eva Mozes Kor, who as a child fought through and survived the worst the Holocaust had to offer—as a twin, being experimented on by Nazi doctors at Auschwitz. She later fought through decades of pain and torment, remembering being separated from her family and being tortured. Finally, she did the unimaginable, she forgave the Nazis, and her life changed. Come and learn about this remarkable lady and discuss difficult world history, shared values, and forgiveness. On Sunday, August 18, we will begin our class at 9:30 am in Heritage Classroom B in order to view the one hour DVD about Eva. The other three Sundays, August 25, and September 1 and 8, we will begin the class at 10:00 am, where we will review portions of the DVD and discuss Eva and her life and how her life relates to our lives, including discrimination and bullying. Come and join us for this interesting study.
The Foundation Builders class meets in Heritage Classroom B, Floor 3. Everyone is welcome!
Contact Bill and Ginny Morrow if you have any questions.