Bible Classes

Adult Bible Classes at Webster Gardens

 
"Making Marriage Work"
Beginning September 8
Teacher:  Pastor Joel Christiansen
Room: Friendship Hall
Time: 9:30-10:25am


Marriage takes work! It is the best work of all! In this new Bible Class beginning on Sunday, September 8, you will discover not only the work God calls you to do but the work that He does in marriage. As a result, your communication will improve, your commitment will deepen, and you will see that marriage paints a picture of something even bigger and better and more profound than marriage itself. Whether you are single, engaged, divorced, just married, married for 50+ years or widowed, this Bible Class is for you and for those around you.


"Mere Christianity"
Beginning September 8
Teacher: Eric Jacobs
Room: Music Room
Time: Sundays 9:30-10:25am


Come join us as we explore one of C.S. Lewis’ seminal books, "Mere Christianity". We will take a nine-week, deep-dive into Lewis’ logical approach to Christianity. We’ll explore the context and the persuasive technique as we leverage this work in our everyday spiritual conversations.


“The Top 10 Reasons Jesus Came To Earth”
Beginning September 8
Teacher:
Glenn Sprich 
Room: 
Board Room
Time: 
9:30-10:25am


We look forward to the long-awaited birth of Jesus. In the fullness of time, God sent His Son to give His life for our salvation. Why else did Jesus live with us on earth? What were the main reasons for His time with us? We will explore 10 of those reasons such as, He came to teach us how to serve, He came to establish His Church, He came to show us how to forgive, and more. Please join this class for a discussion of these important reasons and what they mean to us today.


“Young Adults Bible Class”
Teacher: Dave Eberle 
  Room: North Classroom A   
  Time: 9:30-10:25am


This class is a topic and discussion based on a wide variety of themes. We prioritize learning, discussing, and growing the spiritual needs of each member through open, judgment-free dialogues. This class emphasizes vulnerability, openness, understanding, and light-heartedness. There is a singular main topic each week, but a loose structure allows the class to go off on tangents if they are pertinent to an individual's questions or needs.