Journey of Discipleship: Follower
Place in the Journey: On the Trail
A believer who has moved past the trailhead, you’re progressing in your faith. You’re equipped with the essentials, and actively seeking ways to grow in your relationship with God.
Moms are theologians. Every time your child asks you a question that starts with "Why?" your answer is theological. "Why is the sky blue?" "Why did grandpa die?" "Why is that kid mean to me?" At their core, these are theological questions. Come discover a love for theology that will shape how you answer even the toughest questions.
Micah 6:8 tells us to act justly and to love mercy. What does that look like in our broken world? In this class led by Carol Hafer and local experts, we will look at some real world issues of justice and mercy and how we can respond as Christians. We will have guest speakers to touch on areas such as human trafficking, race relations, and poverty.
This course is presented as a two-day workshop. The Biblical Entrepreneurship Certificate Course is a three-part comprehensive Christian business training and discipleship curriculum for Christian business owners, entrepreneurs, and potential entrepreneurs. This course provides a strong mix of core business concepts and Christian business principles. Students learn how to identify opportunities, take calculated risks, solve problems. exercise stewardship over a business for biblical profit while developing a Christ-centered character and attitude.
This course, led by Barbara Francis, takes a deeper look at God's redemption plan through the eyes of the Old Testament people who lived it, like Adam and Eve, Abraham and Sarah, Moses, Joshua, Rahab, David, Esther, and more. Discover the Old Testament as God's plan of redemption through history, one personal story at a time.
In a world saturated with media, how should we as Christians approach the overwhelming array of videos, music, and books that flood our senses? In this class, led by PJ Wehry, we'll examine how a theological view of history, stretching from Eden to the New Jerusalem, gives us several simple-yet-helpful ways to navigate our everyday choices to watch, listen, and create.