Cross Training Classes




 April - May Session

Here are the three classes we are offering for the 5-week session that begins on April 23  . Please sign up for your choice on the form at the bottom of this page so that we can allocate classroom space according to the numbers.

(Bill Thompson)

"Break up your fallow ground," Hosea told the people. His life and prophetic word to Israel were delivered in rich metaphors in which God expressed unconditional love and unwavering commitment to the covenants with Abraham, Moses, and David. Well known and oft repeated scriptures are found in the text of Hosea such as: "My people perish from lack of knowledge", Ho. 4:6; "I desire mercy and not sacrifice, Ho. 6:6. In this seminar you will gain a new perspective on God's love for his people, his love for you.

More Big Bible Themes

(Nick Clark)

We all live out what we believe, and we are all a work in progress. But how do you understand that work in progress? How does Scripture talk about the messiness of life? There are recurring themes in Scripture that we ought to consider and will do so in this time. How do we understand and live out of these themes? Each week will have some small group and some large group discussion, as well as exploration of Scripture with the hope that we will become more familiar with tracing themes throughout all of Scripture and in the process be changed ourselves.  

 Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands, Part 2
(Mark Anderson - video & workbook by Paul Tripp)

Note: Part One is a prerequisite to this class.

God's plan for growing His people is this: people in need of change helping people in need of change. It is not primarily the work of pastors or professional counselors - He calls all His children to participate in this ministry all the time. The class builds upon what we learned in part one as we seek to become an effective tool of change in the lives of others.

Cross Training - Class Selection

Use this form to sign up for one of the electives in the upcoming session of Cross Training (9:30 on Sundays).