Trinity Presbyterian Church
Friday, March 07, 2014
A Well-Spring of Living Water
Adult Discipleship Classes
Be a Life-Long Learner!
Becoming mature in any facet of life requires time, teaching, mentoring, practicing, and more time. Our minds and our bodies have a capacity that can not be ignored. We can only take in so much information at a time. We can only retain so much information at any given point. We can only develop skills in a developmental way. And so, the process of educating ourselves until we become mature must be embraced as a life long adventure. We must commit to a continual process of being exposed to new information all the time. This is why we encourage you to commit yourselves to becoming a life-long learner and taking at least one class every semester, either on a Sunday morning or a Wednesday night.
Women’s Class, 9:00 am, Room 302, Patti Gates. Pursuing God’s Beauty—Stories from the Gospel of John by Margaret Feinberg This study looks at stories of beauty from the Gospel of John that illustrate how God's beauty is present in your life. God created us to be drawn toward beauty---to pursue beauty so that we might know more about His character, attributes, and work in our world.
Old Testament Bible Study: Daniel, 9:00 am, Room 301, Fred Kilgallin. Two themes in the book of Daniel, Spiritual living in a world against your faith and God’s sovereign control over rulers and nations, are particularly relevant in our Christian walk today. These and more will be examined in this study on Daniel.
Couples Class, 10:30 am, Room 301, Bill & Tracy Norwood. SACRED Marriage by Gary Thomas(Video Series), What if God designed marriage to make us Holy more than to make us happy? A radical thought for today’s marriages! Discover how marriage works to develop Christ-like character—forgiveness, love, respect, perseverance—in each of you. This book will enrich your marriage in unexpected ways.
What Reformed Christians Believe...Study of the 1559 French Confession, 6:30 pm, Seminar Room, Pastors Michael Carey and Samuel Weems. Trinity’s new denomination, ECO: a Covenant Order of Evangelical Presbyterians has encouraged all of its congregations to provide their covenant partners with an in-depth study of the statement of faith that John Calvin helped to write for the persecuted Protestants in France. While brief and easily understandable, discussing this beautiful expression of Reformed Theology will help you to get a grasp of crucial doctrines such as the Trinity, Atonement, and Predestination. While beneficial to all, the pastors especially hope that elders, deacons, life group leaders, student ministry lifeguards, and other leaders participate, in order to gain depth in their teaching ministries. Whole life groups are invited to participate together; they might add an additional 30 minutes for sharing and prayer before or afterwards.
For those with interest in: Discipleship focused weekends or Intensive– 1 on 1 discipleship. Email Samuel Weems.
Life Groups, many days, many times
A life group is a great way to form a connection to the church, other than just attending worship service on Sunday. Many life groups are held on campus in the life group rooms, set up like living rooms, in the back part of the church building called the Oasis. Others are home groups. To view latest brochure, click [here]
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