Adult Education Classes

Adult Christian Education Opportunities Sunday morning 11:15 am Patio Room “Promised Land” by Ray Vander Laan.
This five week study helps people know that God guided his people to a specific place and culture (Israel) to improve the world both ancient and modern. Sunday morning in the Sunday School adult class beginning December 30. Call Linda Whittington or come to the class to sign up.
Wednesday morning 10:00 AM in Ed’s Building. January 23 to February 13 “Why? Making Sense of God’s Will”, A Study by Adam Hamilton Have you ever wondered: • Where is God when the innocent suffer? • Where is God when my prayers go unanswered? • Why is God’s will so hard to understand?
Join us for a 4-week study of the Adam Hamilton book “Why? Making Sense of God’s Will”. Hamilton is senior pastor of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas. A master at explaining difficult questions of faith in a down-to-earth fashion, he is the author of numerous books. Class will begin Wednesday, Jan 23 and run through Feb 13. We will meet in the Eds Building at 10 a.m. for about 90 minutes. A typical class session will begin and end with prayer, and will include Biblical Foundation, group discussion and activity, and a short DVD presentation. Each participant will be asked to purchase the book at a cost of $10.
Please sign up for the class as soon as possible but no later than Jan 14 so we can order books and get them to you prior to our first session. Call Gail Parson or the church office to sign up for the class.
Further class options for the Spring. More information to follow
Starting February 27 to March 20 Wednesday morning 10:00 AM in Ed’s Building The Life and Teachings of Jesus – Comparing the Gospels An exploration of the Books of Mathew, Mark, Luke, and John. These four books have long served as the foundation of the Christian religion. While much is known about their origins, much is still a mystery. In four sessions, and with the help of our favorite Bibles, we will discuss some of the following questions: a) When were they written, b) why were they written, c) who wrote them, d) how are the similar, and e) how are they different?
Lenten Study. Max Lucado. Study begins March 27-April 17