September 12 - December 12 2017 // 8:45am - 11:30am
Registration Begins August 13th at 10:30am
Nursery & Preschool Program is Available (6mos-4yrs)
$20 for 1 child per semester | $30 for 2 or more children per semester
Newborns through 5 months stay with moms in class. (Nursery & Preschool Program is limited and is based on a first come first serve basis, so register early)
Nursery and Preschool Program for 6 mos. to 4yrs (Morning studies only) Cost is $20 per semester per child (max $30 per family per semester). Please email Amanda@cfcpca.org or Stacie@cfcpca.org for questions. Space is limited so register fast!
Register for Bible Study & Nursery & Preschool Program Separately Below
If you have a need for scholarship or a payment plan,
please contact Debbie Graves at email@example.com
Tuesday Morning Bible Studies
Boundaries are a protection by God’s design to live in a God-empowered freedom within healthy God-ordained limits. This class will be practical, leaning on the Word of God for His wisdom to love others as Christ loves us. We will be applying this knowledge to help us distinguish between what love is and release what love is not. We will encourage healthy choices, healthy limits, in the midst of exercising kindness and respect. Biblical boundaries displaces fear and guilt in our personal relationship choices. Boundaries lead to body, soul and spirit health, a strengthening of our faith, and trust in our Lord and healthier interactions within the body of Christ.
Cost: $25.00 book & study guide.
Leaders: Hannetjie & Brenda Utnage
How to Voice the Gospel by James Boccardo
Are you afraid to share your faith in Jesus with unbelievers? When the opportunity presents itself, do you feel like you just don't know what to say? You are not alone. Unsilenced gives readers the knowledge and confidence to share the Gospel with anybody, at any time. Unsilenced reviews the Gospel, gives tips on starting conversations with friends or strangers, and examines the typical questions unbelievers always ask. It includes real-life stories where these questions come up, and how to answer them. There are examples of practical applications along the way, giving every Jesus follower the confidence they need to share the Gospel. If the people who claim to know Jesus don't tell the world about Him, who will? After the first month, every other week we will go out in the community together to use what we’ve learned to share the Gospel. Cost: $20:00
Leaders: Christy Sterling & Amy Harris
A prerequisite to the class is to have read I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist by Frank Turek.
WITH-Re-imagining the way you relate to God!
The purpose of Skye Jettani's book, "With," is to illustrate a different way of relating to God. In the first half he sets out to reveal the popular, but ultimately unsatisfying, postures of life under, over, from, and for God. And in the second half of the book he sought to answer the question, what does a life with God look like? We read that it means treasuring, uniting with, and experiencing God in a way that allows faith, hope and love to flourish in our lives.
Leader: Marilyn Young
Entrusted - 2 Timothy
You have been entrusted with a great and mighty gift, the gospel of Christ, but it's not enough to keep it to yourself. God has called each one of us to share this good news. Our effectiveness grows when our journeys overlap. Our spiritual gifts converge and were able to learn from one another. Beth Moore will encourage women to guard what God has entrusted to them. To further His Kingdom. Sharing Christ with others and mentoring younger generations of women just as Paul discipled Timothy. Because in moments of joy and hardship, we need each other to stay the course and live a life of faithfulness.
Leader: Diane Reilly
Hebrews is one of the more difficult books of the Bible simply because we, as Gentiles, have so little background in the way the plan of salvation was foretold in the Old Testament sacrificial system. Written for Jewish believers who were wondering if following Jesus as their Messiah was worth the persecution they were suffering, Hebrew encourages us to bask in God’s grace and the superiority of faith versus ritual. In the process, it gives us the links to understand how the New Testament completes rather than replaces the Old. Some of the problematic passages smooth out as they are looked at in the context of the letter rather than in isolation.
Leader: Carole Capen (2 Semesters)
The Truth Project
Pilate's famous question to Jesus,“What is Truth?” is perhaps the most important question facing our society today. More and more our contemporary culture is in direct opposition to the Truth-centered worldview presented in the Bible. Join us in this 12-week video and class discussion of The Truth Project, produced by Focus on the Family and hosted by Dr. Del Tackett. The search for Biblical Truth features interviews with well known theologians such as RC Sproul, Ravi Zacharias, and Oz Guiness, as well as ordinary people to determine their thinking and to direct ours toward four fundamental issues: Truth, God, Man and the Social Order.
Leaders: Janice Ladd & Shirley Dornberg
Tuesday Evening Studies (6:00pm - 7:30pm)
1 Timothy & Titus
We live in a culture where the beliefs and preferences of the individual are given final authority. Paul's firm commitment to the church as "the pillar and foundation of the truth" stands against the current. His letters to Timothy are Titus call us to reestablish the core beliefs of Christianity and affirm our convictions about the gospel. Paul's priority in these letters is to make guarded and delivered to the next generation. Through these studies, we will be challenged to carry o the battle, armed with the truth of the gospel.
Written By: John Stott
Leader: Tina Hast
What is heaven going to be like? What will we look like? What will we do? Join us as we seek answers to these questions and many more in our study of what the Bible teaches about the place where we will live forever with Christ and his people. The Scriptures and the book entitled Heaven by Randy Alcorn will be our guides.
Tuesday evenings (northeast side) in the home of Lisa Wood. For details and directions call Veralyn (790-5559) or Lisa (722-7744).
Written By: Randy Alcorn
Leader: Veralyn Adams
Scholarships are available. Contact Debbie Graves, Women's Ministry Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or (520)615-8500 X 129 for more information.
Nursery and Preschool Programs Information
Nursery and Preschool Program for 6 mos. to 4yrs (Morning studies only) Cost is $20 per semester per child (max $30 per family per semester). Please email Amanda@cfcpca.org or Stacie@cfcpca.org for questions. ON_LINE REGTSTRATION ONLY, beginning Sunday, August 13 at 10:30 am www.cfcpca.org. Space is limited so register right away!