In the Old Testament, God revealed His greatness through a unique and powerful name: I Am. In John's gospel, Jesus adopts this ancient and personal name of God to reveal His own identity as the one who is and will always be. Come join us as we explore these seven claims of Christ!
Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed by the rising tide of difficult circumstances? How do we find and maintain joy and contentment in Christ in the midst of hardship? Join us as we explore what the Apostle Paul had to say about this in his letter to the Philippians.
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This is the book where most Bible reading plans crash and burn. However, it was intended to be a blueprint to what Jesus had in his heart to fulfill on the cross. Understanding this book will widen your love for God and Jesus’ work in saving you. Join us to pour over this ancient text and savor God’s plan of atonement. (Women Only)
neighbors. The hard truth is many of us don’t know those who live next door and it’s difficult to talk about anything meaningful with someone you don’t know. Join us to develop your plan and experience accountability in obeying God’s command to love your neighbor.
God has made this world with parameters in which we will thrive if we live within them. This class will explore the book of Proverbs to find themes, patterns, and repetition that informs how God expects people to live. Join us to learn the art of interpreting this ancient book.
Biblical truths about God, humanity, and the world are not merely about knowing more—they are also about loving God and making sense of this life. We will cover 10 doctrines that should be known and familiar to every believer. This class will challenge you to close the gap between what you say you believe and the way you live.
Every believer has a call in the Kingdom to pray, give, and go. This spring, Kids with a Mission will learn how to do just that as we look at the lives of missionaries, memorize scripture, read the Bible, build friendships, and play games together each week. Join the fun today and become a Kid with a Mission!
We rely upon Jesus for salvation but who is he? We say that he is fully God and fully man, but what does that really mean? How does it work? God has revealed why the Word became flesh. Join us to understand what the incarnation means and why it matters.
For centuries God had been speaking about a coming King and Kingdom. Through Matthew, we understand the fulfillment of what God was arranging all along. He was planning to show up, Himself, as the true King and establish the Church to usher in his long-awaited Kingdom. Join us to understand your relationship with the King and your role in His Kingdom. (Women Only)
e we to understand things such as promptings, gut feelings, and putting out a fleece? Join us to learn how to consistently make biblical wise decisions.
We are seeking to understand the full realization of God’s promised Kingdom through the study of Revelation. This class is part two of classes centered on eschatology (last things) and how it informs our present day discipleship. Revelation will be our central text to understand death, judgement, and the final destiny of the soul. (Men Only)
At The Table on January 23rd, we have the incredible opportunity to hear from Cathy Loerzel and be led in worship by Lindsay Fralick. Cathy is cofounder of the Allender Center and is co-author, with Dr. Dan Allender, of Redeeming Heartache: How Past Suffering Reveals Our True Calling. We have all experienced heartache of varying kinds. Come hear how God transforms the wounds of our emotional pain and trauma into unlikely guides to living our our deepest calling. Cathy and her husband live in Seattle with their two children, two dogs, and a flock of chickens! Childcare available by reservation.