LIFE University Classes
Come join us Sunday night, August 12 at 5:30pm!
We will be having
with three (3) different classes. The classes will be:
(l) Why be a Baptist? – Greg Wills will be leading this class. Greg will examine the ways that Baptists differ from other Christians, and the Biblical and historical reasons for those differences. We will look at some of the heroic events and painful controversies that have shaped Baptists.
We will also investigate the reasons for the existence of the Southern Baptist Convention. At each step, we will confront what the Bible teaches concerning our own beliefs and practices, and so seek conformity to the pattern of Christ.
(2) God in the ordinary – Cam Potts will be leading this class. “Whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” This is a common Bible verse that most Christians know and quote, but do we really live this out? We are to do all things to the glory of God because that is the very reason we were created, but we tend to think of this just in relation to a couple days each week when we do “Christian” things.
This class will explore how ordinary, everyday activities can and should be done to the glory of God. We will cover topics like sleep, food, sports, humor, and many others.”
Apologetics – Having a Confident Faith
Are you confident that what you trust in is trustworthy? Do you remain confident despite pointed questions by non-believers? Can you discuss confidently the Christian perspective when others ask you about Evolution?
Confidence in what we believe in light of questions and objections and confidence in telling others why biblical Christianity is trustworthy is important for the Christian faith. Join Jim LeMaster and Mark Peterson for a study on Evolution on August 12.