Bible Classes

Bible Classes

We strive to maintain Bible classes for all ages, and we work hard to do it well. We believe in biblical accuracy and sound doctrine, and we also believe in excellence. To that end, our Bible classes for adults are designed to be biblical, balanced, and practical, combining depth of study with the goal of making real-world applications. 

Following are our first-quarter adult class summaries for 2020. We have three classes on Sunday mornings (beginning at 9:00 am) and three different classes on Wednesday evenings (beginning at 7:00 pm). We welcome all to join us in our studies.

Sunday (January - March)

  • Knotted: The Bible & Marriage with Zack Lee.  (Meeting in the downstairs classroom closest to the elevator)  Whether you are married or planning on marrying, there are biblical principles about which you need to know. This class will use the Bible to find what God expects of us as husbands and wives. If these principles are applied our marriages will glorify God.
  • History and Geography of the Old Testament with Doy Moyer.  (Meeting in the downstairs classroom closest to the stairs)  This class will survey the overall history of Israel in the Old Testament with a stress on the land’s geography. Having a solid grasp of geography helps us understand the stories better and to have a greater sense that we are speaking about real people and places.  
  • The Life of David: Man After God’s Own Heart with Paul Cavender.  (Meeting in the upstairs adult classroom)   Looking at his abilities, his faith, his leadership of Israel, his sin and repentance, his role in God’s Scheme of Redemption and how one who committed such sin could by inspiration be called a man after God’s own heart.

Wednesday (January - March)

  • The Minor Prophets with Doy Moyer.  (Meeting in the downstairs classroom closest to the stairs)  The minor prophets are not minor because they are lesser than the major prophets (like Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Daniel), but because they are generally shorter works. The class will survey the teachings of 12 prophets that are generally put into this category: Hosea, Joel, Amos, Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zephaniah, Haggai, Zechariah, and Malachi. 
  • Conversion: Looking to Jesus for Salvation with Zack Lee. (Meeting in the downstairs classroom closest to the elevator)  What must I do to be saved? Is there any more important question to answer? This is the one question that we must get right! This study will explore the subject of conversion and how we find salvation in Christ. 
  • Studies of Ruth and Esther with John Zeleny and Brad Cavender.  (Meeting in the upstairs adult classroom)  The first half of this 13 week study will be on the book of  Ruth and the lessons we glean in it’s examples of Kindness, Redemption and Faith in a dark hour.  The second half will be a study in the book of Esther and offer points on looking at Providence and Responsibility.