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)
Sundays at 9am (Now through August 27)
Sharing the Gospel in Everyday Conversations
Taught by Ben Davidson in Room 101A
Sharing the gospel doesn't have to be scary! Join Pastor Ben and other teachers as we look at what the Bible says about a Christian's identity, evangelism, the content of the gospel, and how to transition into gospel-centered conversations.
Ezra and Nehemiah
Taught by Dave Robinson in the Worship Center
Explore the faithfulness and sovereignty of God in these Old Testament books that chronicle the return of the people of Judah from exile. God faithfully keeps his promise to return his people to the land of Israel after the exile. See how God uses both the ungodly authorities of the day and the Godly leadership of Ezra and Nehemiah to fulfill his promises to his people.
Power and Hope for God’s People: The Doctrines of the Holy Spirit and Last Things
Taught by Blake Gerber in Room 107
Although we live in a fallen world, in His goodness God has given us both power to live out our faith, as well as hope in a new world to come. Continuing our foundations of theology, this two-part class will start by discussing the person and work of the Holy Spirit and how His power strengthens and enables us to live faithfully. We will then shift to eschatology – the doctrine of last things. Instead of global consequences, this class will focus on the individual believer, such as what happens when we die, the Final Judgment and the hope for those who are in Christ at the end of the age.
Church Replant Sunday School Class
Taught by Jordan Embree in the Community Room (next to the Farmhouse)
This class is for the core team and those still considering the opportunity to go with the church replant.
BCC also has small groups, called Care Groups, that meet throughout the week. For more information on Care Groups please contact the church office at 309-508-1755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.