This fall, we have a slate of new Adult Bible Fellowships beginning, in addition to the many excellent, already-existing ones. There is a place in one of our ABFs for you to connect, learn and grow!
The new ones forming this fall are:
Young Families: This long-term ABF is especially for young married couples just starting out (with or without children) and single parents. Young Families promises a relaxed atmosphere for sharing and studying God’s Word together, as well as social opportunities for making long-term friendships. Sundays, 9:40 a.m., Room C202 Led by Dave and Carol Coulliette.
Honest to God: Honest to God ABF is a warm, open, practical, and Biblical class for all learners who want to apply God’s Word to the issues of the day. The class title is meant to challenge us to live fully under the love, authority, and judgment of God. Even our pledge to the flag says that we are “one nation UNDER GOD [emphasis added].” This truth—once affirmed by Christians, public officials, and presidents—is now in danger of being lost. This class will explore how we can rediscover this vital truth for ourselves and others, for Christ’s sake. Dean Cook leads this ABF in Room B105.
Charis: Charis is a new Wednesday night ABF for 20-30 something post-high/college age young adults, meets from 6:30pm – 8:00 pm in Room B203. This class will endeavor to ‘grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord’ so that “we may know the hope to which He has called us, what are the riches of His glorious inheritance in the saints and what is the immeasurable greatness of his power toward us who believe.” A light supper kicks off the evening. Led by Charlie & Kaye Payne.
On Purpose: The focus of this ABF, intended for post-high/college age young adults, is living life On Purpose – specifically God’s purpose. For several weeks, we will hear the stories of how others have lived their life on purpose…the ups and the downs. Then we will begin to explore how we should live our lives on purpose with the Scriptures as our guide. Room B105.