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WHEN & WHERE: Sundays at 9:30 am in Room 212 (6 weeks, Apr 30 - May 28) TEACHER: Pastor Wayne Smith Whether you’ve been around churches all your life, or are just checking it out for the first time, this class is the right place to find out what you need to know about Bethel Church. The goals for our time together are simple:
WHEN: Room 212 (7 weeks, June 18 – July 30) TEACHER: Alex Chae Jesus summons us to follow Him, to grow and mature spiritually, and to join Him in ministry in the world today. In this class, is you will learn how to grow spiritually as a disciple and how to minister to others. You will learn why spiritual disciplines (e.g., prayer, Scripture memory, etc.) are essential to your life in Christ and how to incorporate those disciplines into your daily life. Ready for a life-change?
WHEN & WHERE: Sundays at 9:30 am in Room 203 (14 weeks, Apr 30 - Aug 27) TEACHER: Frank Jones Paul’s extremely personal and tender short epistle is full of wonderfully practical and really famous passages. Paul was in prison as he wrote, his life not going well at all, but his trust in God absolutely glows throughout the letter. He openly confessed his deep love for the saints in Philippi. A good summary of this book is found in a brief statement in chapter one: the Good News Translation renders it this way - FOR WHAT IS LIFE? TO ME, IT IS CHRIST.
WHEN & WHERE: Sundays, 9:30 am in Room 204 (14 weeks, Apr 30-Jul 30) TEACHER: Sammy Palacios, Adult Ministries Intern This course will offer a way of looking at Acts and Paul’s writings that is very easy to understand! From a bird’s eye perspective, we will offer a synthetic overview of not only the Book of Acts, but also all of Paul’s epistles (Romans to 2 Thessalonians; 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon). This is a great study for those who are new to the faith or those who are eager to grasp the overall message and themes of these books of the Bible.
WHEN & WHERE: Sundays at 9:30 am in Room 208 (14 weeks, Apr 30 – Aug 27) TEACHERS: Dr. Dwain Camp (Elder)How do we know the Bible is reliable? What is sin and where did it come from? How is Jesus fully God and fully man? What are spiritual gifts? When and how will Christ return? If you have pondered these questions and others like them, then “systematic theology” is certainly a meaningful and important area of study for you. In this first of the three semesters, we will examine the Scriptures to see what the Bible has to say about a wide array of critical topics: Sin, Salvation, God, The Holy Spirit, Sanctification, Creation, Humanity, Angels, etc. We will use Wayne Grudem’s Bible Doctrine to assist us. We will cover a chapter each week. Prepare for class each week by reading the lesson and come ready to discuss the teachings of God’s eternal word.
WHEN & WHERE: Sundays at 9:30 am in Room 210 (Apr 30- Jun 11, No class May 28) TEACHERS: Bill Cunningham (Elder) & Matt SummersIn this six-week course, you will be introduced to the biblical study of prayer with practical application to personal discipline, family worship, and congregational ministries of intercession. Special attention will be given to prayer’s relationship to spiritual awakening, spiritual warfare, church growth, and world missions.
WHEN & WHERE: Sundays at 9:30 am in Room 210 (Jun 18 - Jul 30) TEACHERS: John BricknerThis course deals with nuts of bolts of marital conflict, communication, love, and respect. We will not only learn how to better communicate, resolve conflict, and be more consistent at promoting unity, but we will also discover how your home can be a haven of ministry, live for what matters most, and leave a rich legacy.
WHEN & WHERE: Sundays at 9:30 am in Room 210 (Aug 6-27)TEACHER: Dr. Paul R. Shockley (Adult Pastor)This course will offer a specific study into the First and Second Greatest Commandments, namely, to love God from out of one’s heart, soul, mind, and strength, and love one’s neighbor as oneself as recorded in Mark 12:28-34
WHEN & WHERE: Domingo a las 9:30 am en cuarto 211(Apr 9 - Aug 27)TEACHERS (Maestros): Matias Perez & Jesus Urdiales Por los próximos meses estaremos tomando tiempo para estudiar el libro de Efesios durante la primer hora del domingo, a las 9:30 am. Hay unas increíbles verdades en este libro, incluyendo temas como; las bendiciones que vienen de la redención, como somos hechos vivos en Cristo, nuestra condición espiritual antes de Cristo, nuestra condición espiritual después de Cristo, la unidad del Espíritu, como vivir un vida que glorifica a Dios en nuestro caminar, el matrimonio, como vivir entre la familia, y como luchar contra la guerra espiritual. Estudiaremos cuidadosamente cada versículo de este libro, y aprenderemos lo que Dios requiere de nosotros en nuestro diario caminar con El. !Esperemos que nos acompañen y que puedan disfrutar su tiempo durante este estudio!
WHEN & WHERE: Sundays at 9:30 am in room 211 (June 4-11)TEACHER: Dr. Paul R. Shockley (Adult Pastor) In two classes, this course will introduce you to the critical and necessary tools for studying the Bible for yourself. Once you gain the skills to do an inductive approach to the study of the Bible, your life will forever be changed!
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