Belayers, 9:30 am (Room 18)
Upcoming topics in Belayers:
- Old Testament Foundations 2, team-taught ( Nov 21st – Dec 12th)
- Doctrines of Grace through the Hymns of the Church, Dan Waugh (Jan 9th-Feb 6th)
- New Testament Foundations, (spring semester)
Women’s ACG, 9:30 am (Room 17)
Great Is Thy Faithfuless: Hymn Study, with Amy Hendershott and others (Oct. 17th – Dec. 12th). Join us for an eight-week study on some of the church’s classic hymns. We will look at the stories behind them, the scriptures that inspired them, and the promises to be gleaned from them. No book or outside study required—just come, listen, discuss, and get to know other Christ Community Women.
Koinonia, 11:00 am (Room 18)
Old Testament Foundations, team taught (Oct. 17th – Dec. 12th). A great team of teacher will lead in an exploration of key Old Testament themes, including God’s self-revelation, creation & providence, the image of God, the fall, redemption, worship, ethics, and the promise of Messiah. These discussions will lay the groundwork for later conversations on difficult issues.
Upcoming Topics in Koinonia
- New Testament Foundations (spring semesterI
Fall 2021: Old Testament Foundations (team taught); Mother Church (Dan Waugh)
Creation Care, with Dr. Ben Brabson, Professor Emeritus of Physics of Climate Change at Indiana University, and Dan Waugh. We’ll look at biblical texts, from Genesis to Revelation, that have bearing on the topic of creation care and environmental stewardship. Dr. Brabson helps us consider ways we can take these principles and put them into practice into today’s world.
Video: Week One, Week Two, Week Three, Week Four.
The Lord’s Supper, with Stephen Morton. Stephen explores how different segments of the church understand the Supper and wrestles with some important questions. (Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7)
Spiritual Renewal, with Dan Waugh. Pulling from historical accounts of revivals and drawing on the wealth of Scriptural insights, accounts, and prayers we want to think, to open ourselves up for, and pray for a new work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8
The Book of Micah, with Dan Waugh. At points, Micah’s enumerations of the people’s sins and God’s judgments are hard to read, but they prepare us to hear the good news of God’s salvation. Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7
Political Theology, with Dan Waugh: Laying the foundations of biblical teaching regarding political thought the class explores different models of political theology through the ages, with a specific eye to how these models could be helpful, or not, in our modern, pluralistic culture. Week 1 (Intro), Week 2 (Early Church), Week 3 (Medieval Church), Week 4 (Augustine & Aquinas), Week 5 (Anabaptist & Theonomists, Oh My!), Week 6 (Calvin’s Two Kingdoms), Week 7 (Application of Two Kingdom Approach).
The Historicity of Exodus, with Steven Lulich: This ACG pulls together evidence from archaeology, ancient literature, and the Bible itself. Week One, Week Two, Week Three, Week Four, Week 5, Week 6, Week 7 (manuscript, no video available)