Something we say often around here is that God loves us right where we are, but far too much to leave us there. So once we connect relationally with God, how do we grow intentionally? One of the great opportunities we have is to connect with other Christ-followers through LifePoint University. In these entry-level discussion-based classes, we can learn some of the basics of our faith. This semester you can learn how to read the Bible for all it's worth, learn how to pray, and learn how to live the life you've always wanted to live. We'd love to see you grow intentionally with LifePoint U.
Journey into the Bible
Taught by Pastor Tony and Althea Heard
Meets every Tuesday (for five weeks), June 23 – July 14, 7:15-8:30pm, via Zoom.
Journey together with us through God’s Word! LifePoint University’s Tuesday night Bible study is for individuals from all walks of life. This semester will include a bird’s-eye view of the Bible, giving a brief overview of each book and examining how, collectively, they harmonize into God’s perfect message. Then the summer session will finish examining the New Testament book of Ephesians, which was started last semester.
Book: Please have your Bible and a binder or folder for handouts at hand; all other materials will be emailed before each class.
The Smart Stepfamily
Facilitated by Milo and Alicia Briscoe
Meets every Tuesday (for six weekly sessions), June 17 – July 22, 6:30 – 8:30pm via Zoom.
Being a part of a family has its share of challenges; and being part of a blended family can compound conflicts and struggles. But managing and even thriving in a blended family is more than possible with God leading. Class facilitators Milo and Alicia Briscoe have raised their own blended family and now minister to other blended families. Using stepfamily expert Ron L. Deal’s the Smart Stepfamily curriculum, the Briscoes will offer stepfamilies help navigating everything from different personalities and setting boundaries to keeping the lines of communication open and creating healthy relationships so that God’s love can shine through.