Bible Class Registration - Fall Quarter 2018


* Denotes a new class this quarter.

Sunday Class Descriptions


The Journey to Jerusalem - Luke 9-19 (AUD) - A distinct section of the Gospel of Luke, this class will examine the miracles and teachings of Jesus after He, “Steadfastly set His face to go to Jerusalem” (Luke 9:51).

Los Pactos de Dios (105) - No se puede entender la Biblia, a menos que se entienda el concepto de pactos, pues el mensaje de la Biblia se teje en torno a varios pactos significativos. Las bendiciones mismas que recibimos en Cristo constituyen la realización de un antiguo pacto y del último pacto que Jesús hizo con nosotros. En esta clase estudiaremos los pactos que Dios hizo con Su pueblo.

Parent / Teen Class (103-104) - A study of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus, with a special emphasis on what discipleship looks like in our homes. This class is intended for all 6th-12th graders and their parents.


Wednesday Class Descriptions


Ecclesiastes / Song of Solomon (203) - A textual study of two inspired books authored by Solomon. Ecclesiastes deals with the meaning of life, and Song of Solomon deals with the expression of love in a marriage relationship.

1 Corinthians 1-10 (103-104) - A study of chapters 1-10 of the first of Paul’s letters to the Corinthian church is a study of a church struggling with real life issues. There were divisions in the church. Spiritual growth had been so slow that issues were met from a worldly viewpoint. It was a church existing in the midst of immorality and idolatry, and its setting was “threatening”. However, as you study the letter, you realize that these same problems often exist in the church today.

Kings of Judah (1 - 2 Chronicles) (AUD) - The books of 1st & 2nd Chronicles are the foundation for this study, but we will also use other books of the Old Testament to travel through the 600-year history of the kings (and one queen) of Judah. The importance of this study lies in gaining a greater understanding of the power of God as well as the significance of this period to the coming of Jesus.

Apocalipsis (105) - El estudio de Apocalipsis requiere el entender el Antiguo Testamento y su lenguaje. Su mensaje está escondido en las páginas del Antiguo Pacto de Jehová con Israel. También esto demuestra que los eventos del libro de Apocalipsis no son nuevos, ni son necesariamente todos relacionados con el futuro, ya que se repiten a través de la historia: primero en la Israel física de Jehová; después en la Israel espiritual de Jesucristo... la Iglesia...