Adult Berean Sunday School Classes - Each Sunday from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m.

Classes will begin in January 2018 and end in April 2018. It's never to late to join in!


Romans 8-16 - In View of God's Mercy

By Timothy Keller - Taught by Jim Hildebrand & Sam Smith - Choir Rooms 101-102

In Romans 8-16 the apostle Paul wants to  show the church in first-century Rome, and us, what it means to live in view of all God has  done for his people: how his grace shapes all that Christians are and all that Christians do.

Counterfeit Gods

By Timothy Keller - Taught by Marion Clark & Al Anderson - Room 111

In Counterfeit Gods, Timothy Keller shows  how a proper understanding of the Bible reveals the unvarnished truth about societal ideals and our own hearts. The empty promises of money, sex, and power, do not satisfy. There is only one God who can wholly satisfy our cravings, and he is the only hope that matters.

When Helping Hurts

By Steve Corbett - Taught by Rush Utley, Arn Ditmar & Robbie McNeill - Room 109

Good intentions are not enough. This study offers a different framework for thinking about poverty and its 

alleviation. Rather than simply defining it as a lack of material things, the book  addresses the roots of the issue: broken relationships with God, self, others, and the rest of creation.

Grandparenting - Loving our Children's Children

Taught by Tommy & Bonnie Evans and Dave & Judy Hubbard - Church Conference Room

Written by grandparents and expert Bible study authors Phyllis and Andrew T. Le Peau, this study explores the biblical framework for being a godly grandparent and guides you in how to be a loving and caring  presence in not only the lives of your  grandchildren, but also for your adult children as they parent.

Women's Class - Lost in the Middle: Midlife and the Grace of God

Taught by Karen Hildebrand & Jan Murray - Room 110

Whether your “midlife” begins in your 30s, or 40s, or 70s, or 90s, all of us can benefit by stepping back,slowing down, and stopping to look and listen to what God has been doing in our lives and is doing at this very moment. Lost in the Middle was written “to give you eyes to see God, to see yourself more clearly, and to find the functional hope you need to carry on.”