Adult Class: Pastor Glen Hammons - 21 Laws of Leadership in the Bible By: John Maxwell
Upstairs in Youth Room
Everything I Know About Leadership I Learned From the Bible."
When bestselling author John C. Maxwell first began teaching leadership to people in the church, they were often surprised. He was clearly young and inexperienced, yet the ideas he conveyed seemed to go beyond what he should know. Later, when he started speaking to a more general audience, people asked, "Where did you learn all this?"
John was happy to let them in on his secret: everything he knew about leadership he learned from the Bible. Not only is the Bible the greatest book ever written, but it is the greatest leadership book ever written. Everything you could ever want to learn about leadership–vision, purpose, strategy, communication, attitude, encouragement, mentoring, follow-through–can be found in the pages of God’s Word.
In this twenty-one lesson study, John guides you through the same bedrock Scriptures that have formed the basis of his life’s work. Each lesson includes:
The Definition of the Law: a brief description and introduction to the Law
Case Studies: Three Biblical Studies–including leaders such as Moses, Joshua, David, Elijah, Esther, Mary, Paul, and Jesus–that reveal and illustrate the Law
Study Questions: reflection and application questions to help you dig into the stories of the men and women in Scripture and learn from them
Leadership Insight and Reflection: questions to help you assess and improve your own leadership skills
Taking Action: practical takeaways and direction to help you incorporate each lesson into your daily life
Group Discussion Questions: questions to help you learn and process the Bible study material with other like-minded people who want to grow in leadership
Leadership is for everyone, because every person who accepts Christ is called to influence others. So learn from the best leaders who ever lived–the men and women in the Bible.
Adult Class Ladies: Sarah Hammons & Pastor Jen - Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World By: JoAnna Weaver
Fellowship Hall West (Rm 102)
There are books and study guides available for $20
You may join the class and just read, read & work through the study guide or just sit in without reading or doing the study guide.
The life of a woman today isn't really all that different from that of Mary and Martha in the New Testament. Like Mary, you long to sit at the Lord's feet...but the daily demands of a busy world just won't leave you alone. Like Martha, you love Jesus and really want to serve him...yet you struggle with weariness, resentment, and feelings of inadequacy.
Then comes Jesus, right into the midst of your busy Mary/Martha life---and he extends the same invitation he issued long ago to the two sisters of Bethany. Tenderly he invites you to choose "the better part"---a joyful life of "living-room" intimacy with him that flows naturally into "kitchen service" for him.
How can you make that choice? Now updated with a new 12 week companion Bible study, Weaver shows how all of us---Marys and Marthas alike---can draw closer to our Lord, deepening our devotion, strengthening our service, and doing both with less stress and greater joy.
Adult Class: Tom Rutter - Studying The Book of John
Fellowship Hall East (Rm 101)
Currently Attending Pastor Glen's Class in the Anchor Youth Room.
K-5th Grade Class
Children in this class will take a close look at who God is as they learn about the trinity, the one true God, God the creator, and God the rule maker. They will also learn how God is caring as they look at His mercy, plan, how he gives confidence, meets our needs and how he wants to be with us. They will also take a close look at God's power over nature, natural laws, our enemies and false God's.
Children in the Preschool class will learn about Joseph, Moses and David. As they look at Joseph they will hear about his special coat, how he helped others and forgave his brothers. The lessons on Moses will help children see how God: protected baby Moses, sent frogs, lead Moses, gave Moses and his people food, and gave the Ten Commandments. A close look at David's life will teach kids how David became a shepherd, became a king, fought Goliath, and take a look at Jonathan and Mephibosheth.
Downstairs between foyer and fellowship hall