Adult Sunday School

Adult Sunday School is a more informal time when adults can gather and study a variety of topics, whether it be a book of Scripture or ways to apply the Bible to all of life.  Some classes meet during first hour, others during second hour. 

 

Spring 2017

First Hour

Suffering and the Sovereignty of God

All people experience suffering and sorrow, yet our responses to suffering often vary widely. As we grapple with the hardships and sorrows that accompany life in this fallen world, it is crucial that we build our understanding of human suffering and divine sovereignty on the firm foundation of scripture. In this powerful DVD teaching series, Dr. R.C. Sproul, Jr. shares poignant stories from his own life as he presents important scriptural teachings abut God's role in human suffering. This class will include DVD teaching followed by class discussion.

Teach/Facilitator: Tyler Estes

 

Philippians

The Philippian church was beloved by the apostle Paul. In his epistle to the Philippian  church, written from a Roman prison, Paul reveals his heart and passion for his savior and the furtherance of the Gospel. Paul's life was one of joy in serving our Lord and savior. His message will challenge you to love and serve our savior in his joy. 

Teacher: Randy Hepler

 

Women's Class

  • What do you do with your unspoken brokenness?
  • What's the answer to suffering, to the brokenness of all our hearts?
  • What do you do if you really want to know abundant wholeness?

There's a way that beckons you into more time, more meaning, more authentic relationships. There's a way, especially when things aren't shaping up quite like you imagined, that makes life take the shape of more- more abundance, more intimacy, more God.

Various Facilitators. 

 

Second Hour

Ephesians

This general epistle written to the churches in Asia Minor is in the same pattern of Paul's epistles. The first half is doctrine while the second is practical living. In Ephesians, Paul teaches the church about their identity and calling in Christ and then presents what living out of that identiy can calling looks like in day-to-day living and relationships.

Teacher: Ed Saadi

 

Vine and Branches

Vine and Branches seeks to connect young adults to Christ as we abide in him. 

Every young adult is welcome to attend Vine and Branches Sunday School, starting at 10:45am across the filed in the barn, also known as the Community Center. First time attendees and regular participants are welcome and encouraged to come and learn with us. Coffee and snacks are provided. There is always a place for you here. 

Currently we are studying the book of Daniel. We will be learning what does it mean to live as an exile in a land not your own. We will learning from Daniel how do we stand for the truth in a land that is hostile to Christ and the Gospel. 

For more information contact Paul Fulbright at paul.fulbrightcefcelverson.org