Training Ground Opportunities

Class listing below starts September 8th.

+ Daniel (Revised LifeGuide Bible Study) by Douglas Connelly Sunday 9:15am

A permissive society, a power-hungry people, a nation without God. Daniel's situation in Babylon sounds a bit like our own. In the midst of such forces, how can we remain loyal to biblical values? How can we have a positive impact on those around us? Daniel gives us very practical and personal help.

*class led by Laura Spencer

+ True Spirituality: Becoming a Romans 12 Christian by Chip Ingram Sunday 9:15am

Christians today live in a world that is activity heavy and relationship light. The result is spiritual emptiness. We struggle to know what God wants from us and for us... and we're unsure what a real relationship with God really looks like. But that was never God's idea. HIS idea of faith is not about rules or religion-it's about relationship. That's where God tells us a clear picture of what Christians should look like at the toot level. If you're ready to move from "in" to "all in," then you're ready to become a Romans 12 Christian. The next steps of your journeu toward true spirituality start here. (12 session DVD-based study)

*class led by Eric Nagy

+ Life Lessons from Colossians and Philemon -First and Third Thursday of the month at 10:00am, in the Greenview library

Currently, we are offering a Bible study which meets the first and third Thursday of each month at 10:00 A.M. at Greenview Alliance Church. A study on two of Paul's letters consisting of eleven lessons from Colossians and one from the book of Philemon. In Colossians he reminds believers that all they need is Jesus - not Jesus plus something else. In his letter to Philemon, he encourages him to rise above his hurts and extend mercy, forgiveness, and love to a runaway slave.

Key Themes in Colossians:

  • Faith, love, and hope are key to following Christ.

  • In Christ Jesus, we have been offered freedom.

  • Because of Jesus, Christians can be as in touch with the next world as this one.

Key Themes in Philemon:

  • Salvation is not determined or affected by a person's station in life

  • The love God expects from us goes beyond the standards of this world.