Spring Connecting-Hour Classes

 March 17 – May 12, 9 AM


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  • MAKING MORE SENSE OF THE BIBLE

    Facilitated by Julie Dykes, with hosts Lynda Hardin and Matt George

    Room A3

    Ever wish the Bible made more sense to you? With any material we read, it’s important to understand the genre in which it’s written.  (Don’t believe it? Try reading the newspaper like a love letter – or a love letter like the newspaper!) The books of the Bible are written in different genres too, and understanding these genres can help us become better readers of Scripture. We’ll explore the genres contained in the Bible, from narrative to poetry and everything in between, to see how they contribute to the whole.


  • THE BEST YES, MAKING WISE DECISIONS IN THE MIDST OF ENDLESS DEMANDS

    A class for women facilitated by Kris Thulson and Jill Meyer

    Room C5 (Conference Room)

    Do you find yourself pondering when to say yes and when to say no, struggling with how to manage time, reduce stress, and find time for yourself? Lysa TerKeurst found herself in that same situation until she learned the power of “the best yes”, the choice that shapes all our other choices. In this DVD-based study, Lysa uses transparency, Scripture-laced insight, and humor to suggest usable strategies for making wise decisions day by day. (Cost for book: $11.)

  • START> BECOMING A GOOD SAMARITAN

    DVD study hosted by Ron Mol and our Global Team

    Room A1

    What does it mean to “love your neighbor” in a global community? This new DVD study, hosted by John Ortberg and featuring a remarkable array of global Christian leaders, challenges believers to live out Christ’s love in world-changing ways right where we live. We’ll learn how to positively impact those suffering from poverty, social injustice, pandemic diseases, and more.

See below to watch our preview video of these new classes


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