Take the Next Step

Attend one of our Fall Connection Classes

First Hour  //  9:00 – 10:15

The Seven Deadly Sins  [Room 210]
Joey Woestman & Jerry Risser

Used for millennia as a tool for spiritual analysis and self-reflection, the “Seven Deadly Sins” has long been helpful for Christians. Participants in this class will explore the ongoing significance for understanding the seven deadly sins today, and how we can pursue holiness through the identification of our own sinful habits.

The Gospel According to Mark  [Room 244]
Nick Carter

The account of Jesus’ life as recorded by Mark moves quickly through Jesus birth and ministry to the Passion Week before his crucifixion. Almost breathless in its pace, this gospel and our study of it will surprise us with who Jesus and how he interacts with those around him.

About Eternity  [Room 152]
Terry Fleck & Tom Macy

Jesus talked often about how important now is to our eternity. Would you live differently now if you were absolutely convinced that everything you did in this life had a direct and eternal consequence in the next life? In light of the recent change to the Statement of Faith of the Evangelical Free Church (the denomination of which we are a part), this class will introduce us to the study of eschatology, the various perspectives on the end of the earth and our personal future, and the end-times perspectives that are welcomed in our movement.

One Thing  [Room 246]

In One Thing, elders and leaders at Faith share what’s been piquing their interest and laying on their minds in their careers, their ministries, and their spiritual journeys. Each month, each hour, a new speaker shares across three, four, or five weeks what God has been teaching them. Click the link at the bottom of the page for the schedule.

 

Second Hour  //  10:45 – 12:00

Mark 9-16  [Room 244]

Greg Needham & Mike Zumbrun

Using the manuscript method of Bible Study, participants will be guided through a close interaction with the text of Mark itself. What can we observe? How do we interpret what we observe? What application does that have for our lives? Join this class to pick up new tools or sharpen old ones for Bible study!

Luke, Part 1 of 3  [Room 210]
John King

Thoroughly researched and tightly constructed, Luke’s Gospel strongly argues before a Greek audience that Jesus is the King, not just of Israel, but of the whole world. In this, the first of a three-part foray into Luke, participants will be introduced to the themes, emphases, and structure of Luke, and begin exploring the text together.

Lessons from the Wilderness  [Room 152]
Stafford Walker & Jack Rogers

Exodus, Leviticus, and Numbers record the journey of the Israelites through the wilderness. What lessons can we learn from their wandering that impact us in our lives?

One Thing  [Room 246]

In One Thing, elders and leaders at Faith share what’s been piquing their interest and laying on their minds in their careers, their ministries, and their spiritual journeys. Each month, each hour, a new speaker shares across three, four, or five weeks what God has been teaching them. Click the link below for the schedule.