The purpose of the Adult Sunday School ministry is to teach the application of God's word to life's circumstances in a cross-generational, discipleship-focused environment. (Heb. 10:24-25)
Fall adult Sunday school classes begin Sunday, September 12 at 9am. See below for a list of the classes being offered and their descriptions. You may join a class at any time.
How to Study the Bible/Ephesians taught by Dave Robinson in Room 107
We know that studying God's Word is an important part of our lives as believers. How do we make sure that we understand what it is saying and apply it correctly so that the Spirit can work in our hearts to make us more like Christ? This class will teach Bible study principles practically as we study the book of Ephesians and other passages of Scripture together.
The Person and Work of Christ taught by Blake Gerber and Wayne Leman in Room 101A
The Scriptures are about Jesus. As we read through the Bible, we see God's marvelous plan of redemption being carried out through the person and work of Christ. In this class we will learn about the Person of Christ and seek to gain a better understanding of both His deity and humanity. We will also study the work of Christ as Prophet, Priest, and King and learn how the work of Christ is essential to our faith. Along the way we will strive to continually make application to our daily lives of what we are learning about our beloved Savior.
Thinking Biblically about Everyday Life in a Darkening Culture taught by Kent Kloter and Neil Gerber in the Worship Center
God has called His people to be salt and light in a world of darkness and decay. In this class we will learn of God's provision for us as we strive to walk in the light. We will seek to grow in our understanding of the work of Jesus and the Holy Spirit as we engage in daily spiritual warfare. We will also learn how we are to live with one another as members of the body of Christ. Regardless of where you are in your spiritual walk, this class will help you learn more about how to understand and apply biblical principles to all of life's issues - both our daily struggles and the complex issues that come from interacting with our culture. Join us as we seek to grow in "living and speaking like Christ to help others become more like Christ."
BRIDGE College Ministry led by Jonathan & Jill Sutter (Room 110/Fireside Room)
Ben Davidson will be teaching a four-week series on Making Conversations Gospel-Centered. This class will explore the theology of the gospel and provide practical tips for how to use that theology in everyday conversations.
Open Hearts Open Homes – An elective class beginning November 7 – More details to come as it gets closer.
BCC also has small groups that meet throughout the week, called Care Groups. For more information on Care Groups please contact the church office at 309-508-1755 or email email@example.com.