Current Adult Ed Classes

Continues Every Week

Bible Fellowship Group 

Led by Nick and Marilyn Furcola in the Library

This is an open forum type discussion group covering a wide variety of topics from the Bible as a whole. Come with questions or items for discussion or simply interact with the topics and scripture presented. It will be possible to make up the class as we go along. The only material which will be used will be God’s Word, the Bible, under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.

 

Through June 24

John’s Gospel through Old Testament Eyes

Taught by Karen Jobes in Fellowship Hall

It has been said that John’s gospel is “shallow enough for a baby to wade in yet deep enough for an elephant to swim in.” This quality is due largely to the vast web of references, allusions, metaphors, and symbols connecting John’s story of Jesus to the Old Testament. We’ll discuss selected passages that illustrate the richness of the fourth Gospel.
Karen earned her doctorate at Westminster Theological Seminary and taught New Testament for many years on the faculties of Westmont College and Wheaton College and Graduate School until her retirement in 2015.

 

Understanding Islam from a Christian Worldview

Led by Dennis Blankenbeckler in Terrace Rooms

 

Beginning July 1

This summer during Adult Ed we will have the opportunity to hear what the Lord is doing through many of our missionaries. Join us each Sunday beginning July 1 through September 9 at 8:45am in Fellowship Hall. Pick up a brochure at either church entrance to learn more!