Sunday Morning Classes, April 8 – May 6
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You’ve Got the Power
My Completed Task List:
- Answered God’s knock on my heart’s door
- Accepted Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior
- Read daily devotions…church attendance…weekly tithe
- Bought a Bible and joined a Bible study group
- Sign up on the Prayer Team
- Working on loving my neighbor
Why don’t I feel any difference in my life? What did I miss? Please join Randy Berry for a thought provoking discussion.
The Divine Dance
Most of us, if we think about the Trinity at all, focus on the roles of the three persons – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, or Creator, Redeemer, and Sanctifier. Franciscan Richard Rohr, in his book The Divine Dance, maintains that we can learn much about the Christian life by contemplating the relationship that exists among the three persons. Rohr’s image of this relationship is a dance, a continual flow of giving and receiving love to which we are all invited. This challenging read will give you insight into how to find joy in your relationship with God and His creation. Peter Faur leads the discussion. To order a book (cost is $18), please pay at the time of registration.
Grace is Greeter
Grace explained is necessary, but grace experienced is essential. Pastor Joel Bjerkestrand will lead a discussion of Kyle Idleman’s book, Grace Is Greater: God’s Promise to Help You Overcome Your Past, Redeem Your Pain, and Rewrite Your Story. In his book, Idelman looks at an understanding of grace that is bigger than our mistakes, our failures, our desire for revenge, and our seemingly impossible situations. Through powerful stories of grace experienced, we will move toward understanding God’s grace more fully.
Together we will learn how grace is powerful enough to erase guilt, big enough to cover shame, real enough to heal relationships, strong enough to hold up the weak, sweet enough to cure bitterness, satisfying enough to deal with disappointment, and beautiful enough to redeem brokenness. To order a book (cost is $11), please pay at the time of registration.
MarriedPeople Sunday Series: No More Perfect Marriages
9:15am OR 10:30am
The book No More Perfect Marriages is about having the right expectations in your marriage and growing in love. The authors, Mark and Jill Savage, guide couples in the fundamentals of growing a healthy marriage, sharing how they came back from infidelity and restored intimacy to their marriage. Each reserved couple will receive a copy of the book.
Class discussion will focus on the seven “slow fades” that threaten every marriage plus tools and tips for cultivating a stronger connection with your spouse.
Join Jennine and David Ulibarri and Michelle and Doug Hayes as they facilitate this class to help couples develop stronger marriages.
To make a reservation for this Sunday Series, please CLICK HERE to register for MarriedPeople first.