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Grace Classes, Spring 2017

New Grace Classes, MM4, begin March 5 for 6 weeks. (Equipping class begins March 12 for 12 weeks.) These classes are designed to facilitate deeper Gospel Growth while connecting with others in a personal setting.

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Sundays, 9 AM

Unlimited Grace
Teachers: Leslie Libby and Mark Emory
Room: 304
Book: Unlimited Grace by Bryan Chapell (about $10 from WTS Bookstore)
How do we learn to rely on the Gospel in the everyday stuff of life, as well as serve out of this Gospel of Grace? Jesus knew when we experienced how great his grace is towards us our hearts would unite with his. We'll journey through this powerful Gospel of Grace that unites our hearts with Jesus. We'll spend time seeing that grace is in every portion of Scripture, not a sidebar but a consistent theme. We will also look at the many common questions of this marvelous grace - all with the purpose of day to day living, moving, reaching out in the power of the Gospel of Grace.
*Registration is helpful but not required.

Stranger Things: The Gospel on Netflix
Teachers: Dusty Campbell and Clay Sanders
Room: 107
Description: We will look to see if aspects of the Gospel really can be found in everything.  Using a very popular TV show on Netflix, Stranger Things, we will look for the hope and beauty of the gospel. We will be using selections from Mike Cosper's The Stories We Tell (about $16 from WTS Bookstore). No need to purchase the book (unless you love it as much as we do).
*PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required as this class is limited to 12 participants.

Sundays, 10:45 AM

Nine Marks of the Healthy Church
Teachers: Jim and Gail Pearce
Room: 304
Book: Nine Marks of the Healthy Church by Mark Dever (about $18 print, $11 electronic from WTS Bookstore) 
What makes for a healthy church? This study is designed to help us understand the marks of a healthy church so that we can know how to cultivate new life and well-being within our community. Do you have questions about the purpose of the church? Are you excited about being a part of God's work but just don't know what it's supposed to look like? This is an exciting opportunity to learn together about the ways we can grow as a community.
*Registration is helpful but not required.

Foundations of Servant Leadership (12-week class, begins March 12)
Teachers: Colin P Thornley and Ken Downer
Room 305
Everyone who wishes to grow deeper in their gospel-centric understanding and ability to communicate gospel hope to others is welcome to participate.

Fridays, 9:00-10:30 AM

Connecting With God in a Distracting World
Led by Saundra Cuyler, Debbie Ross & Barbara Hebert in Room 305
*If childcare is needed, please contact Melanie Wilkins, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
Book: A Praying Life by Paul Miller, (about $10)
Prayer is hard! If you’ve just wanted to give up on prayer . . .  If prayerlessness marks your life more often than not . . .  then this class is for you.  Using "A Praying Life," by Paul Miller, we will explore why prayer is so difficult, and how to deepen our trust in Jesus, how to be REAL children with our Father and draw closer to know the joy and power of a vibrant prayer life.
*Not a new class but women are still welcome as walk-ins.

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