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Connections Classes

Connection Classes

Our Sunday morning classes are designed to connect you with Biblically based teaching while connecting you with people in a smaller setting. Through interactive teaching, table discussion and a time of prayer, you will have the opportunity to grow in grace and truth as you cultivate relationships with a group of people.

These 75 minute classes will start with refreshments while members catch up in fellowship with one another. The interactive teaching and discussion will follow and the classes will close with time for prayer around tables, allowing members to hear one another and pray together.

 

SPRING CLASSES

April 8 - June 24

9:00 Classes

• Divine Sex: a compelling vision for Christian relationships in a hypersexualized age, Brett Carl 
What is it about our cultural momet that has led to such a complex dysfunction in sexual relationships? How has our secular context shaped our sexuality and distorted our vision of relationships? This class will offer a persuasive Christian vision of sex and relationships, calling us to faithful discipleship in a hypersexualized world.
– Room 221/222

• Welcome to Westminster, Rob Slingluff
This class will help you learn more about our beliefs, vision, mission, and ministries. It is also the pathway toward membership with our church family. The class is for the whole family, children grades 2nd and older are welcome to join. (5-week class)
– Room 223

• First Peter, Joe Gilliam
How should Christians respond when suffering unjustly? Peter aims to answer this question in the book of 1 Peter. He gives the believer hope and practical application to answer this question.
– Room 224

• Every Good Endeavor by Tim Keller, Paul Okoniewski & Aaron Schaubach
Join us as an engineer and a YoungLife area director continue the discussion about connecting God's work with our work. We will be using Tim Keller's book, Every Good Endeavor, as the foundation for our discussion, and we look forward to a creative dialogue about how every Christian serves his/her neighbor and acts as the "mask" of God's providence through his/her work.
– Room 225

10:30 Classes

• The Power of Praying For and Loving Our Adult Children, John & Leigh Ann Mulford
As parents, we pray that our children will have fruitful lives - knowing and walking with the Lord. We are concerned about the dangers they face and teh choices they make. We cannot make their decisions and protect them as we did when they were young, but we can love them through our words, actions, and prayers. Join us as we discuss and practice what the Bible says about relating to and praying for our adult children.
– Room 221/222

• Discovering Your Unique Identity in Christ, Mike Klausmeier
How to harness your genetics and cultural influences to expand the kingdom and glorify God.
– Room 223

• That You May Have Life: A study of 1 John, Ben Montoya
During the first couple of weeks, we will consider the book of 1 John as a whole, how it fits into the entire Bible, reflect on how to read our Bibles well, and consider the ongoing significance of this book for today. Interestingly, although John wrote near the end of the 1st century, he may just as well have written it today given how timely his message is for us. This course is for everyone who seeks to understand God's Word better and to grow in Christlikeness.
– Room 225