Join us for Sunday Nights @ Collinsville!
Classes begin August 13th. Registration is now open.
Herman Who?- Ask most Christians what they know about hermeneutics and they will probably ask, “Herman who? ”Hermeneutics is the art and science of interpreting Scripture. Herman Who? will equip you to rightly interpret a two thousand year old book in our twenty-first century world. You will never read the Bible the same way again, and you will never have the wool pulled over your eyes by a false teacher. Led by: Pastor Ben Simpson
The Jesus You May Not Know - Take the Journey from Knowing About Jesus to Knowing Jesus. Sure lots of people know about Him. But do you really know HIM personally, intimately, fully? Dr. David Jeremiah takes you on an amazing journey into the very heart of Christ — not through a storybook of His life, but through an astonishing exploration of His character, His attributes, and His spirit. Led by: Raeburn Mabry
The Disciple-Making Parent - Your children will either live forever with Jesus or apart from him. Too many growing up in Christian homes will not follow Christ as adults. Do you have a strategy for parenting in today’s hostile culture? The Disciple-Making Parent will help give you the confidence you need for the journey. Led by: Courtney Hatcher
Following Jesus in a Digital Age - What does the Bible say about technology? We were told technology would make our lives easier and more convenient, but it just seems to have made everything more complicated and confusing. As Christians, what does our faith have to do with these pressing issues of life in a digital age and how might technology be shaping how we view the world around us? You will not only be challenged by what the Bible says about technology but also by how it may be influencing your walk with Christ. You will also be equipped with biblical wisdom to navigate the most difficult aspects of our digital culture—including the draw of social media, the rise of misinformation, the need for digital privacy, and polarization. Led by: Pastor Paul Sizemore