First Service 8:45 a.m.
Basic Theology: Anthropology & Hamartiology (Doug Kinchley)
Far from being a dull study of facts, theology should be learning about who our God is and how that impacts our lives. Join us as we systematically approach major doctrines of our faith. We will focus on Anthropology (the study of humanity) and Hamartiology (the study of sin). Topics include: “What does it mean that man is made in the image and likeness of God?” & “Did we all inherit sin from Adam and Eve?”
Portuguese Group: Study of Romans (Wellington Coutinho)
We are very excited to begin studying the book of Romans! If you would like to learn the Word of God in Portuguese, please join us! "...pois todos pecaram e estao destituidos da Gloria de Deus,..." Romanos 3:23 * Continuing from last quarter.
Location: Pastor's Office
A Study of the Minor Prophets (Jeff Hendricks)
God is unchanging. The God who created the universe and everything in it is the same God you and I worship today. We will be studying what we can learn about God’s sovereignty, holiness, and love through the eyes of the Minor Prophets at a time when God related to mankind through direct encounters with a select few.
Location: Room 113
Habakkuk (Guy Finch)
Habakkuk was not the first of saints to ask God the “Why?” and “How?” questions, and we find that God does not fear them. When a person asks those questions with a spirit of respect, like Habakkuk did, we learn that we can bring our deepest concerns to God.
Location: Music Suite A
Hermeneutics: Learning How to Understand the Bible (Joe Bouchoc)
Interpreting the Bible is harder than it might seem, but the stakes are high. Wrong interpretations lead to false teaching, and false teaching takes people off the path. Through this class we will learn how to accurately interpret the Bible in a way that leads us to delight in our great God.
Location: Room 109
Piedmont Master's Class: Teaching the Bible (Kevin St. John) - Begins Sunday, January 6
This class is designed to lead students in the craft of teaching as Jesus taught, equipping them to share in large rooms or on an individual basis, whether they consider themselves teachers or not. Throughout, students will be able to better understand their role as stewards of God’s truth and discover creative ways to convey that truth to others. **This class may be taken for personal enrichment or credit toward a Master of Ministry Degree through Piedmont. For registration and cost information, click here.**
Location: Room 117
All Teens' Study: Explore the Bible (Pastor Dan Beaulieu & Mrs. Susan Laird)
All teens will meet together for prayer and an overview lesson before dividing into age specific groups to discuss portions of Scripture, build up Bible study abilities, and learn important truths God’s Word holds for His disciples.
Location: Room 114
Second Service 10:15 a.m.
News of the Hour: A Study of Mark (John Daniels)
How would you respond to the news that the long-awaited king of Israel, the Messiah, has arrived? He has come with the power and authority of God, healing the sick and ruling over demons, but He also seems to be focusing on His impending death and humiliation. How do those realities relate and what will happen to His kingdom if He does die? Join us as we study this unfolding drama through the Gospel of Mark.
Location: Room 109