Classes and Conferences
Christians believe so many different things about who God is and what he is doing in the world that sometimes we forget what convictions we share and why those convictions matter. In this class we study the convictions evangelical Christians share in common and how those convictions shape our lives and our understanding of the gospel we proclaim.
You can listen to the Evangelical Convictions Sunday School class online
When Martin Luther posted his “Ninety-five Theses” on the church door in Wittenberg in 1517, no one expected the breadth of evangelical reforms in Christian teaching and practice that followed. Learn more about this major historical event in our faith, and how it has impacted who we are today.
You can listen to the History of the Protestant Reformation Sunday School class online.
Whether you’ve been reading the Bible for years or you’ve never really studied it at all, we can all grow in our ability to read the Bible for all it’s worth. In this class we explore the ins and outs of studying God’s Word.
You can listen to the How to Read the Bible for All It’s Worth Sunday School class online.
This class is a study of the classic written by C.S. Lewis. By means of an imaginary correspondence between a senior tempter, Screwtape, and a junior devil, Wormword, Lewis gives us penetrating insights into how the unseen powers of evil work to ensnare those who seek to follow Christ.
You can listen to The Screwtape Letters Sunday School class online.
Come explore with us some of the most essential concepts of the Christian faith including the essence of the gospel, the purpose of the Law, our identity as a child of God and walking in the Spirit.
You can listen to the Galatians Sunday School class online.
You can listen to the Survey of the Old Testament Sunday School class online.
Based on the book by Cornelius Plantinga, who pulls the ancient doctrine of sin out of mothballs and presents it to contemporary readers in clear language, drawing from a wide range of books, films, and other cultural resources. Plantinga describes how sin corrupts what is good and how such corruption spreads. He discusses the parasitic quality of sin and the ironies and pretenses generated by this quality. He examines the relation of sin to folly and addiction. And he reminds us that whatever we say about sin also sharpens our eye for the beauty of grace.
You can listen to the A Breviary of Sin Sunday School class online.