Classes Starting March 15 & 22


  • FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY

    Video teaching from Dave Ramsey; facilitated by Ryan and Amber Mitchell at 9:00 starting March 15

    Cost: $99 per household (scholarships available); free for alumni - as a refresher or for accountability

    This lively biblically based course has helped nearly six million people with the basics of managing their finances: budgeting, buying, saving, paying off debt, insurance, retirement, and more. Each session includes an energetic talk from Dave Ramsey, followed by group discussion and exercises for individuals/couples. The cost includes a workbook and a one-year Financial Peace Membership, allowing you to access the video sessions online, personal money-management tools (including a budgeting app),  and two other online courses. Whether you’re taking FPU for the first time or as an alumnus (free), please register. Register/pay

  • CHANGING THE WORLD: A STUDY IN THE BOOK OF ACTS

    Facilitated by Bill Clark at 8:00 starting March 22

    The story of the early Church is nothing short of amazing! How did the first believers go from a small group of Christ followers to a movement that the Jews of Thessalonica described as having “…turned the world upside down…” (Acts 17:6 ESV)?  We’ll discuss how the believers who are depicted in various passages in Acts changed their world and ask ourselves how we can change our world today.

  • EVERYDAY CHALLENGES:  LIVING OUR FAITH IN OUR DAILY WORLD

    Facilitated by Jay Smith at 9:00 starting March 22

    How do we take our relationship with Christ outside the church walls to show his love and glory in ways that are visible and appealing to others?  How does faith shape our everyday attitudes and decisions?  Join us as we explore some of the challenges we face when we try to live out our faith, discussing real-life examples of both struggle and success in being the people Jesus calls us to be.

  • THE LETTER TO THE GALATIANS: THE CHARTER OF CHRISTIAN LIBERTY

    Facilitated by Dr. Craig Blomberg at 9:00 starting March 22

    Martin Luther dubbed Paul’s letter to the Galatians “The Charter of Christian Liberty.”  Two-thirds of the book involves liberty from legalism.  Is legalism just insisting on following rules we don’t happen to like?  Or is it something more basic and insidious in many people’s lives?  The last third of the book involves liberty from no rules.  But what does that mean?  Join us to study this amazing biblical book with powerfully relevant contemporary applications.