Sunday School

Sundays 10 AM- 10:45 AM

The Household of God: The Benefits & Responsibilities of Belonging to God’s Family

Rev. Juan Carlos Martinez, Room 214

The Bible says that Christians are part of “the household of God” (Ephesians 2:19). But what does this actually mean? Why is it important that we are not simply individuals who believe in Jesus, but that we are members of the body of Christ (1 Corinthians 12:27)? How does participation in corporate and household worship help shape our hearts and the hearts of our children? Why should families take advantage of Sunday School? How does serving in the church help grow and mature our faith, and the faith of our children? In this class, Associate Pastor Juan Carlos Martínez will use Sinclair Ferguson’s book, Devoted to God’s Church, to help participants better understand the benefits and responsibilities of belonging to God’s family.

Theology & Life: Who Is the Holy Spirit?

Dan Tidwell, Room 212

This video series features Dr. Sinclair Ferguson as he traces the work of the third person of the Trinity through Scripture – from creation to the work of Christ to his dwelling in our hearts today. Along the way, he sheds light on the vital role the Holy Spirit serves. Dr. Ferguson’s goal is to help us know the Holy Spirit as a person, in addition to knowing of his power and work within us. Although the Holy Spirit is sometimes the forgotten Person of the Trinity, his presence and work is found throughout redemptive history in Old Testament as well as New Testament. This class is a combination of short teaching, video, and discussion. Join us!

Young Adults: Prayers of the Bible

Marcelo Jakubovic & Julio Rodriguez, Room 211

The Word of God, which is contained in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, is filled with exceptional prayers of God’s people. Prayer is one of the ordinary means of grace that God providentially and graciously bestows on his people. In this Sunday School class, we will examine key passages from both the Old and New Testament that address the Christian doctrine of prayer.