Sunday Bible Study

Adult Bible Study Classes     Sundays, April 23 - July 23, 2018


Sunday mornings 9:00 – 10:15 AM


Men's Class - Philippians
• A verse-by-verse study through the book of Philippians exploring how it shapes our experience and walk with God.
• Taught by Pete Aldrich and Lee Morgan
• Meets in Modular B

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Women's Class - Romans
Join women of all ages and status for an in-depth study of the first eight chapters of the book of Romans. Often considered Paul's greatest and most influential writing, this letter includes clear articulations of the gospel, a thorough explanation of what Jesus accomplished on the cross, and a bold call to live in the light of eternity.

  • Taught by Leigh McLeroy.
  • Meets in Modular D at 9 AM.
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Making Marriage and Parenting Beautiful
Especially for struggling or newly-married couples, but welcoming all couples who desire a more loving and Christ-centered relationship, the first seven weeks of this class focus on marriage. The second seven weeks explore key principles of parenting and discipling children.

  • Taught by Nathaniel Osborne, Ruby Osborne, and Matt Barnes.
  • Room TBD.
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Sunday mornings 10:30 – 11:45 AM

 

The Nicene Creed

The Nicene Creed, regularly recited by millions of Christians around the world, including those here at City of Refuge, summarizes the core beliefs of Christianity. J. I. Packer calls this creed "a power-point declaration of the basics of the Christian message." The Nicene Creed is at the same time simple and incredibly deep, theologically rich but easy enough for a child to recite. This class will mine the depths of this ancient statement, explore the core principles found in it, and develop a more profound appreciation of our faith.

  • Taught by Keith Bower and Darrin Hanson.
  • Meets in Modular D.
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The Art of Neighboring
God gives us extraordinary opportunities to demonstrate His love and share the gospel with those living near us. Yet our culture today facilitates ignoring our neighbors. Using the "Art of Neighboring" curriculum, this class explores the biblical basis for loving our neighbors and also gives practical suggestions for overcoming barriers.