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Sunday Bible School Adult Electives
July 22, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am
An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Sunday, repeating until August 5, 2018
For July 22, 29, and August 5, we will be offering special elective studies for adults. Classes include:
Poet-Pastors—Their Lives, Hymns & Impact
led by Nathan George, Pastor of Worship at Christ Covenant Church
The Lord has used poet-pastors and musicians to shape both our worship and theology for generations. We will explore the lives of several writers, both their joys and struggles. Plus, we will take a look at how their poetry contributes to our spiritual heritage, as well as our continued growth in the gospel.
America’s Three Great Revivals
led by Dr. Don Fortson, Professor of Church History at RTS
These sessions will review three significant revivals in American history, and how these movements shaped both the nation and the church. Special attention will be given to Presbyterian participation in the 18th C. Great Awakening, the Second Great Awakening of the early 19th C. and the mid-20th C. evangelical revival led by Billy Graham.
Witness to the World
led by Zach Fulginiti, Executive Director, Campus Outreach Charlotte & Team
There’s a word that strikes fear into almost every Christian’s heart these days … evangelism. It seems as if so many in the church are utterly afraid of the idea of being a witness to our friends, family, neighbors. But evangelism doesn’t have to be so scary! This three-week course will focus on the heart of engaging our non-believing friends with the Good News of Jesus Christ. Be strengthened in your perspective and learn some of the practicals for being a witness to the world around us.
Overcoming Sexual Sin Through Community
led by Rev. Tim Geiger & Ellen Dykas of Harvest USA
How can you help someone who is struggling sexually? The Body of Christ is the answer. It’s only within the context of the Body that we mature spiritually, and begin to walk in authentic, life-changing repentance. But, it requires other members of the Body to work alongside us in authentic relationship. This brief series will look at what it looks like to minister to other Christians who struggle sexually: through friendship, discipleship, and accountability. This content will focus on helping those wrestling with sexual sin patterns, but is applicable to any pattern of sin experienced by any Christian.
A Beautiful Faith: Art & Culture in the Covenant Community
led by Dwayne Cogdill, Veteran Graphic Designer
This class will look at who God is and how that relates to our views of beauty and meaning. We will look at examples of art in the Bible, and take a short tour of church art history. We will consider three common Christian approaches to culture. Finally, we will consider the Reformed view of culture and how this is a vital part of loving God and our neighbor.
Church, Politics & Christian Citizenship — The Cultural Mandate & the Kingdom of God
led by Craig Seibert, Director of the Institute for Christian Citizenship & Statesmanship
This series will explore these topics: The Cultural Mandate given in the Garden of Eden, Cultivating a Biblical Worldview of All of Life, The Four Structures of a Healthy Society, The Original Design of the American Experiment, The State of Society Today, A Christian Response to be Salt and Light to Culture, The Difference between Civics and Politics, and Where Do We Go From Here?
Christians Reaching Muslims, and Muslims Reaching Jesus
Some think of it as “Mission Impossible” [some of you under 40 may need to google that]. The TV program always started with some version of “Your mission, Jim, should you decide to accept it, is…” We might call our three weeks together “Walls, Windows, and Open Doors,” or “Imagining, Seeing, and Experiencing.” Most of us are stuck imagining, based on fairly limited “news flashes” designed to get our attention or sell a product. Weeks two and three, and what you “decide to accept” will be
critical to “seeing” and “experiencing.”
You also can click here to download the full color brochure that was inserted in our worship folder in May.
Normally, Sunday Bible School meets in age-level communities. For information about the current study for each community and where each class meets, go to Sunday Bible School page. For information about the communities, the SBS Community page