Learning For Life
Sundays at 9:30 AM – 10:15 AM
We aim to use these classes to train and equip believers to be faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.
Classes will be tailored to address each sphere of life. They will include teaching on topics such as: parenting, evangelism, missions, relationships, church history, Biblical counselling, theology, Bible survey, biographies, and preaching.
To raise up leaders, teachers will choose and partner with a trainee. The leader will have them teach, make comments, and reflect on the lesson. We hope to release these trained men to teach their own classes and train others in the future (cf. 2 Tim. 2:2).
Journey Through the Bible – New Testament | Pastor Andrew Courtis
In this class, we will complete the journey through the Bible by walking through the New Testament. The Gospels record the birth, life, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ. The book of Acts reveals what Jesus continues to do by means of the Church through the power of the Holy Spirit. The Epistles interpret and apply the life and teachings of Jesus Christ to the Church and they are written to churches and individuals. And the book of Revelation is prophetical and deals with the personal, visible return of Jesus Christ, and God’s plan for the ages.
The Whole Christ: Renewing our joy in the fullness of Christ | Pastor Craig Baxter
In this class, we will study Sinclair Ferguson’s book, The Whole Christ. It speaks about the joyful assurance of salvation found in the gospel. Often in our pursuit of Christ and our obedience to Him, we are constantly tempted to fall into one of two ditches: legalism or antinomianism. Ferguson calls these “non-identical twins from the same womb”, i.e. both are seeking to lead us away from the beauty of Christ and the goodness of God. They end up destroying our joy in Christ. Only the gospel is the protector against both these imposters. We will deal with questions such as, do people need to turn from their sin to come to Christ? How should I present the gospel? What place does the Law have now that I am saved? Can I really have assurance of my salvation? Come and join us as we grow and savour together our place in Christ?