(December 5, 2021 - February 27, 2022)
Come join us and grow in your relationship with Christ. Classes meet at 9 am and are open to all.
Covenant of Discipleship **starts 1/2/2022**
Taught by Pastor Sean Whitenack
(Pastor Sean’s office)
Are you interested in joining New Life in Christ Church? In this class Pastor Sean will cover the core beliefs and values of the church as you prepare to join church.
Bible: 1 & 2 Thessalonians
Taught by Doug Bergen & Kirk Hunter
On his 2nd missionary journey, the Apostle Paul preached the gospel for the 1st time in the pagan city of Thessalonica. In just 3 weeks, many came to Christ and a small church was established. Paul wanted to encourage these new believers who were trying to live faithfully as Christians in a hostile environment. These same life issues remain with us today. Join us as we search the Bible for timeless answers.
Theology: Westminster Confession of Faith
Taught by Bob Rumbaugh & Dave Sedlak
Those who worship God must worship Him in spirit and in truth (John 4:24). The Bible teaches us what we are to believe concerning God, and what God requires of us. Our goal in this class will be to understand the truths in God’s word so that by His grace, we will worship Him in spirit and truth. This is the first of a three-part class covering the Westminster Confession.
Biblical Archaeology and the Storyline of Bible
Taught by Pastor Doug & Jim Melnick
In the 19th century, the work of Edward Robinson stimulated great interest in finding physical evidence of the accuracy of the Bible. This view of the science of biblical archeology motivated a great deal of research. This class will cover both the great blessing that archeology can bring to the study of the Bible, as well as the controversies.
Biblical Counseling Observation Videos
This class will view 12 observation videos that demonstrate how a biblical counselor can help a counselee apply the Scriptures to the problems of life. All are welcome, but this class will specifically enable NLICC Biblical Counseling Cohort members to meet the ACBC requirements for 10 hours of observation.
Young Adults: The Screwtape Letters
Using the book by CS Lewis, in this class we will listen to a chapter of the book weekly and engage in discussion. The book brings to light the subject of spiritual warfare, the temptations of the enemy and how to resist them to the glory of God.