Our Bible classes meet every Sunday morning and Wednesday evening. We currently have the following classes (Spring 2022-April through June), and beginning in 2022 we will begin a new split format featuring more topics, more teachers, and more overall opportunities to learn from the Scriptures. Please plan on joining us for any/all of the studies provided!
Bible class material is provided at the link below for your convenience:
Hebrews - Sunday Mornings
Have you ever had a crisis of faith? Have you ever had events and circumstances in your life that caused you to doubt your loyalty to Jesus? Have you ever had moments where you felt like you were spiritually drifting away? The message of Hebrews was originally written to encourage first century Jewish Christians to remain faithful to Jesus Christ—to hold on to the One who is better. They were in jeopardy of giving up on Jesus, drifting back to pre-Christian Judaism. While we may not be tempted to go back to the Old Law, the world offers so much on this side of eternity that easily distracts us from Jesus Christ. The sermon of Hebrews speaks this message to us today: a life without Jesus is no life at all. No matter what you are going through, enduring it with Jesus makes it infinitely better, for He is infinitely better. Hebrews invites us to consider, see, and behold Jesus, the pioneer, perfecter of our faith, standing as champion, the resurrected Savior.
Teacher: Matthew Finley
Discipleship - Wednesday Evenings
Teacher: Erik Borlaug
1-2 Samuel - Sunday Mornings/Wednesday Evenings
The books of Samuel chronicle an important transition in the history of God's people from the period of judges to the period of kings. Samuel, the book's namesake, evolves from priest under the house of Eli, to a great judge of Israel, ultimately becoming the king-making prophet that guides Israel through this period of transition.
Ultimately the books become the origin story of Israel's greatest king, the king by which all future kings will be measured: David, the anointed one. Christians cannot fully appreciate the age of the Messiah Jesus without understanding this age of the first kings of God's people.
Teachers: Travis Renfrow/Shawn Quinn
Song of Solomon - Sunday Mornings (College-Aged Class)
Teacher: Erik Borlaug
Revelation - Wednesday Evenings (College-Aged Class)
It seems like the least understood book in the Bible is Revelation. The imagery throws us off and makes us wonder if the things happening on the world stage are foretold in this apocalyptic book. The first verse can answer that question: “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show His servants—things which must shortly take place...” Nevertheless, this colorful book has fascinating applications to Christians of any generation who would join with the “thousands of thousands, saying with a loud voice: ‘Worthy is the Lamb who was slain...’” (Rev. 5:11-12). There is great comfort in following the only One who can say, “I am He who lives, and was dead, and behold, I am alive forevermore. Amen...” (1:18).
Teacher: Mike Thomas