Summer Adult Sunday School Classes:


College and Young Career Sunday School class meets at 9:30 am in the Hospitality Room next to the Kitchen. Juice, Bagels, Cream Cheese and Coffee will be ‘Present and Accounted’ for.



Russ Rushton is teaching an adult Sunday school class, in Room 10/11, on the book of Joshua, using the Bible (of course!!) and Francis Schaeffer’s book, “Joshua and the Flow of Biblical History.”   From the back of the cover of Schaeffer’s book: “The book of Joshua brings to life real history during the crucial period of transition for the Israelites as they follow God’s direction and settle in the promised land . . . Joshua describes the historic shift from the revelation of God’s promises to their realization.  God’s care of his people becomes obvious, and their struggle with disobedience, selfishness, and fear is very human . . . This study of the settling of Israel will inspire readers to see the hand of God present in all of history, including today.”  The class will be discussion-based, as usual—“As iron sharpens iron, so one brother [or sister] sharpens another,” with lots of questions and conversations as we study this great book of the Bible.



Tammy Jones is leading a women’s study on 1 Timothy & Titus: Fighting the Good Fight, meeting in Room 13. The women will continue to study Paul's letters to Timothy and Titus using John Stotts study guide. One of Paul's burdens is to preserve truth.  Join us as we apply this to our various roles as women.



In response to survey feedback over the last few years, several men are leading a topical class of requested subjects.  Six weeks will be used to cover how we got the Bible we have today, Bible interpretation, the Canon and other topics related to the historical development of the Bible.  The other six weeks of the class will cover the Five Points of Calvinism. They meet in the Sanctuary.