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Overview: The study of Proverbs will focus on selected verses that help us to understand how to live wisely and see life from God's point of view. Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived, was inspired to impart his wisdom to us. Though this book is nearly three thousand years old, it still speaks with freshness and purpose to all who seek to read it. Our look at Proverbs will help us to measure our wisdom and understanding by the yardstick of God's wisdom and Word.
Class Title: Embark
Led by: Harvey Gendreau, Ashley Forrest, Ginger Pack
Class Time: 6:30-7:15 p.m.
Duration: 6 weeks
Class Style: Group Discussion
Class Composition: Men's, Women's, and Parent Co-Ed
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Class Location: Men in LL01, Women in 204, Parents in 103
Overview: Take a risk. Bring a friend. It could change both your lives! Embark on this six-week journey to discover the kind of life-changing group you can’t wait to go to. If you've ever been to a group and wanted to interact, but just weren't sure you knew the people well enough to share... or if you didn't know them at all... or you weren't sure about bringing a friend because your friend wouldn't know anyone, this is a step toward meaningful interactions and discussions. With the trust built during these six weeks, any study or discussion that comes afterwards will be richer, fuller, and can be used by God to make a huge difference in your life. We hope you'll be a part of this church-wide emphasis! Did we mention you can bring someone with you, too?!
Overview: Pastor Tom Cabaniss leads this men's group weekly on Thursday mornings. The Nehemiah Code by O.S. Hawkins is about fresh starts. Nehemiah lived 2,500 years ago, but he literally wrote the book on rebuilding. Hawkins wants to show you how to get a fresh start by applying its principles! He'll help you take personal responsibility, move out of your comfort zone, rebuild team spirit, hold others accountable, do what's right, and finish strong. The men at this group gather around tables with coffee for about 20 minutes, enjoying a devotion and discussion. This is followed by a time of intercessory prayer. The group then adjourns for breakfast at Libby's Pit Stop. New men are always welcome.