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Equipping University Archive

Equipping University Archive

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Overcoming the Past: Breaking the Cycle of Hurtful Family Relationships

Room 156 Teacher: Dan Wilemon In this class you will learn how your parents may have shaped the way you feel about yourself, how you relate to others, and even how they help you form your ideas about God. You will learn how practical the Word of God is in helping all of us let go of negative memories, emotions, and faulty ideas we have learned from our past environment, poor modeling, or abusive family or other influential people throughout our life. Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Colossians (2020)

Room 157 Teachers: Jeff Durham & Jay Piland This study will examine verse by verse Paul’s letter to the church in Collossae. Themes that run throughout the leter are peace and forgiveness. These are basic human needs. Yet who can truly be relied upon to deliver them? In his letter to the Colossians, Paul shows how these can never come to us through political, philosophical, mystical or religious systems. They only come through Jesus Christ, who is the visible image of the... Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Slow Down! Experiencing God in a Fast-Paced World

Room 151 Teacher: Andy Lackey Our culture makes constant demands of us: Do more. Accomplish more. Buy more. Post more. Be more. In following these demands, we have indeed become more: More anxious. More tired. More hurt. More depressed. More frantic. What we are doing isn't working! In a society where hustle is the expectation, busyness is the norm and information is king, we have forgotten how to slow down and enjoy God. This class will provide us a chance to make... Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Tuesday, December 31, 2019

The Art of Outlining and Expositing Scripture (2020)

Room 155 Teacher: Ervel Jones Understanding the Bible is not for the few, the gifted, the scholarly. The Bible is accessible for all. It is meant to be read and comprehended by everyone from armchair readers to seminary students. A few essential insights into the Bible can clear up a lot of misconceptions and help you grasp the meaning of Scripture and its application to your twenty-first-century life. In this class, we will learn how to outline and study Scripture for ourselves in a... Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Philippians

Room 151 Teacher: Andy Lackey With all of the negativity and turmoil we see in the world, we all need a little joy in our lives to reorient our lives and calm our souls. And there is perhaps no better place to find such joy than by studying the book of Philippians. In spite of his dire situation as a prisoner in a Roman jail, Paul's letter to the church at Philippi overflows with joy. Paul talks about the unity of the church, the person of Jesus and what he has achieved, and the call... Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Thursday, August 22, 2019

Equipping Parents (2019)

Room 154 Teacher: Carrie Allen, Ann Veach, Greg Mathews, and Mark Collins These classes are designed to engage parents at each major phase of their children’s lives.  Join us for the weeks that fit your life, where it’s about to be headed, or for the whole session – it’s up to you! Week 1: Carrie Allen - Equipping for Leading Your Children Spiritually Week 2: Carrie Allen - Equipping for Following God for a Lifetime Carrie Allen will be leading this... Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Thursday, August 22, 2019

A Survey of Church History

Room 150 Teacher: Jim Pemberton Jesus promised that he would be with his people to the end of the age (Matt. 28:20). If we understand that his presence with his people has been active, then this has tremendous implications for how we understand the history of the church since then. It also gives us great hope for today. We will study how God has been revealing himself through history and what it means for us today as our history continues to unfold. This Fall, we will focus on the history... Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Thursday, August 22, 2019

A Study in Daniel

Room 155 Teacher: David Nash The book of Daniel is among the most well-known and beloved books in the Old Testament. Whether through memorable stories of a fiery furnace or a lion's den or though startling visions of beasts and kingdoms, the book of Daniel captures the imagination. However, though well-loved, the book is often difficult to understand. That Daniel contains two different genres, is written in two different languages, and contains prophecies unlike anything else in the... Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Thursday, August 22, 2019