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We're excited to invite you to take part in a discipleship class this spring. Choose from a variety of options that are intended to help you grow in understanding and help you follow Jesus. 

Please register at the link below and select which class you intend to participate in. 

The Gospels - Pastor Dave Funk
Like asking four different artists to paint a portrait of the same individual, the four Gospels each give us a unique perspective on the life and teachings of Jesus. In the five-week Gospels class, we will start with the question, “What is the Gospel?” Then we will spend time surveying each of the four “portraits” of Jesus, identifying how each author uniquely enriches our understanding of the greatest news of the world has ever known.

Psalms (For Women) - Lorraine McEwen
Be encouraged and enriched by this study in the book of Psalms. This is a study for women young and old!

Concerning Spiritual Gifts - Pastor Al Funk
All of us in the church are called to be involved in ministry.  It can be as a pastoral leader, kids or youth volunteer, Board member, worship team participant, kitchen helper, parachurch volunteer, greeter, or….the list goes on.  Often, what keeps us from stepping into a role in ministry is the feeling that we don’t have what it takes to do the job. 

The good news is that not only does God call us but he also equips us with the abilities we need to get the job done.  
In this class, we will look at the gifts and abilities God gives us to accomplish his purposes in and through us in the power of the Holy Spirit.

Come with comments, questions, and a willingness for God to expand your ability to minister for him.  

What Is The Bible? (And How Should I Read It?) - Pastor Chad Langerud
While being a beautiful and inspiring collection of books, the Bible is also often daunting and confusing to read. This class will explore how we can approach and read the Bible profitably. We will explore questions like:

Where did the Bible come from?
How can a book written by people be "God's Word"?
Are we supposed to read the Bible literally?

Intended for those with honest questions and thoughts about how the Bible can be a valuable aspect of their faith in God.