The Women of CFC ministry is starting a new Bible study this summer. It will be held Tuesday evenings from 6:30PM-8:30PM in Room 407, starting June 4 and will continue until August 6. Bonnie Tingley and Elana Epple will be leading Beth Moore’s study called The Patriarchs: Encountering the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Come along for a study through Genesis—the Book of Beginnings. Discover God’s pursuit of relationship with man and marvel as His plan to bless all people unfolds.
Sign up for the class and for childcare at onlinecfc.com/classes.
To learn more about the Women’s ministry here at CFC, you can check out their page here.
The Young Couples group will be starting an 8-week study over Ephesians 8. The class begins Sunday, April 14 at 10:45AM in Room 434 (take the elevator to the UL, exit out the back, then go to the end of the hallway). There is no need to sign up, just come.
Most of us pray, but how equipped are we to teach others a clear, Biblical way to pray that can expect to be heard and answered by God? David Niednagel will lead a four week discussion class, April 14-May 5, where we share what has most helped us learn to pray, and what will be helpful to others. The class will meet at 10:45AM in the chapel.
Over the last 50 years, a revolution in the field of New Testament criticism has been occurring and is bringing new encouragement and useful information to modern Christianity. In our single session, we will be sharing the three events that most modern scholars now regard as historical fact concerning Christ’s resurrection. Using the method of inductive reasoning that a detective uses to analyze evidence, can bring us to the life changing realization of how these historical events are best explained. Many of the past methods of explaining the resurrection are examined and you will see why on the basis of a closely reasoned approach, a strong, rational explanation emerges. Come and be blessed! The class will be held Sunday, April 7th, at 10:45 AM in CFC room 406.
All Ages Welcome
Sundays @ 9:15 AM in Chapel
About 80% of today’s youth stop going to church after college because they haven’t been taught how to defend the bible or how to defend their Christian beliefs. We need the truth. Wouldn’t it be refreshing to be able to harmonize the Bible with true science? Can we as kids, parents, or grandparents provide true answers to these questions?
See how the world looks from the perspective of Christian Ph.D. scientists as opposed to evolutionists who use only part of the science and tell an undocumented story with it.
Weekly Topics –Videos – Discussion
January 13 – Why is the Study of Origins so Important? Is it Possible to Know Truth?
January 20 – Science – What is True? Part 1
January 27 — Science – What is True? Part 2
February 3rd – The Bible — Should we believe it? Is the Bible compatible with evolution?
February 10th – Is there really evidence of a worldwide flood?
February 17th – What does the scientific evidence say about the fossils? What happened to the Dinosaurs?
February 24th – Origin of Life & Mutations
March 3rd – Unlocking the Mysteries of Life
March 10th – Thousands or Billion of Years?
March 17th — Ten Best Evidences for a Young Earth
March 24th — Origin of the Races, Babel, and the Ape Men
March 31st — The Privileged Planet
April 7th – Videos from The Creation Museum, Questions, Answers & Summary
Taught by Marlin Goebel & David Niednagel
For more information, contact Marlin Goebel 499-5520
We will be offering some new classes at the start of the new year! All classes will begin on January 15. Meeting on Tuesday evenings from 6:30-8:30, the classes will last either 6 or 8 weeks. Childcare will be available, but you MUST register using the form below.
Living My God-Given Dreams by Andrea Rietman
Facilitator: Andrea Rietman
Length: 8 weeks
Details: limited homework
Description: Living My God-Given Dreams, Even When It Feels Like a Nightmare
A Study of the Life of Joseph. Only God can take all things — good and bad — and work them together for the good of those who love Him. See how a man who was betrayed by those who were closest to him, falsely accused by those he had worked hard to prosper, and forgotten by those he had ministered to became an instrument of God’s redemption and an awesome picture of Jesus Christ! This is a study everyone can relate to as we will learn from the principles found in God’s Word in fellowship with other ladies.
12 Women of the Bible by Lysa Terkeurst
Facilitator: Elana Epple
Length: 6 weeks
Description: Life-changing stories for women today
The Law of Love
Facilitator: Bonnie Tingley
Length: 6 weeks
Description: Lessons from the pages of Deuteronomy is a six-week lecture series by Beth Moore. The class will be an overview of the book of Deuteronomy. Bible Scholar, Timothy H. Lim, said, ”No book of the Bible manifests a greater concern for the transmission of the faith to the next generation.” Warning: This study could be addictive and compel you to study the whole book on your own!