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Adult Sunday School Series: God at Work

What are the different callings or vocations we can have on our lives? How does God use themto order and govern our world? In January, we took a look at the answers to those questions in a Sunday School series calledGod at Work: God's Work Through Our Vocation. The four-week series focused on the vocations of labor, marriage, family, and church. If you missed it, you can...

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Adult Sunday School Series: Theo-worthy

As Christians, we should know what we believe about God and why. And as we answer those questions, it is important to have the right view of God. After all, proper theology should lead to whole life worship and devotion to our Triune God. In the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA), the Westminster Confession of Faith outlines the doctrinal standards that churches within ...

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Adult Sunday School Series: Covenant Theology

"And he said to him, 'You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.'" (Matthew 22:37) We know theology as the study of who God is and what He has done. And as Christians, we want to do know and understand God so we can have a deeper relationship with Him and love Him greater. But we cannot do that if we do not trullykn...

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Summer Adult Sunday School Series Focuses on the Church

"So we, though many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of one another."- Romans 12:5 If Christians are meant to be God's Church, what does it mean for a Christian to be a member of a local church? This summer, we will answer that question in a new Adult Sunday School series based on the book Devoted to God's Church: Core Values for Christian Fellowship by S...

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New Adult Sunday School Series Looks At Christian Life & Worldview

If you were to go out on the street and ask people about some hot-topic issue in society right now you would have no trouble eliciting opinions. People readily give their opinions about any number of topics under the sun. But if you were to ask a follow-up question of how they came to that opinion, I imagine most if not all would have a very difficult time explaining their...

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