|Foundations 101: Two Ways to Live||Over the course of this Two Ways to Live core seminar, we are seeking to unpack, understand, and articulate the Gospel message.
Two Ways to Live is a class designed for two purposes.
1) to help solidify the content of the gospel in our own minds and
2) so that we might go out and share it with others.
|Foundations 201: Following Jesus||“How do I live as a Christian?” Well, in order to begin to answer that question we need to establish the foundation of what a Christian is. In Following Jesus, we’re going to be introducing the main themes of the Christian life.|
|Christian Living 101: How to Grow||Over the course of How to Grow, we will be looking at the practice of a number of personal spiritual disciplines. Spiritual disciplines include things like Bible intake, prayer, confession of sin, fasting, evangelism, serving, and stewardship. We will also think about how we can cultivate the fruit of the Spirit in our lives.|
|Baptist Essentials||We begin by looking at the fundamental question: What is a church?
If we don’t know what we’re building, we’re going to make a mess – definitions matter. From there we will unpack that definition looking at church membership, discipline, and the ordinances. We will also look at church governance and the roles that both the congregation and church leadership have and we’ll talk about what the church should do when it gathers together.
|Church History||To be a Christian is to be a part of history. And to grow as a Christian is to be a student of history. As we begin this course, it is important to note this is not going to be a history of Christianity across the world but instead we are highlighting things that are important to us as a local church. We are trying to locate our theology and practice in the stream of Christianity from the first century on.|
|God of Deliverance by Jen Wilkins||In this course, we enter into the story of the Hebrew people in the Book of Exodus.
The exodus of the Israelites shapes our understanding of the whole Bible, its themes reverberating all the way to Revelation. Exodus is the birth narrative of a nation unmistakably guided by the Great Deliverer. In this course, we hope you are reminded that the God of the Israelites is the same God we serve today.