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Category: History

Church History: The Reformation to the Present

Room 155 Led by Jim Pemberton In this class, we will go back to the Protestant Reformation, that monumental movement that shaped the course of church history for the next 500 years. We will explore the key men and women who played such an essential role in shaping the modern church. Join us as we learn what happened during the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century and leading all the way up to the present day. Available Media Click above to see the media archived for... Read More
Posted by Meredith Collins at Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Church History: Medieval Period

Room 166 Teacher: Jim Pemberton In this course, we will learn about the history of the church during the Middle Ages. Available Media Click above to see the media archived for this EU class. Read More
Posted by Greg Mathews at Thursday, January 9, 2020

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

Summer 2016

June 1 - August 24 (12 Weeks) AVAILABLE MEDIA Click above to see the media archived for this EU session.   June 1: Humanizing the Refugee Crisis Teacher: Brian P. June 8:  Questions You’ve Always Had About The Middle East But Were Afraid To Ask Teachers: BJ & Karen C. June 15: A Meal with Jesus: Discovering Grace, Community, and Mission around the Table Teacher: Matt Boyd June 22: NO EU (Vacation Bible School) June 29: Journey to Nepal... Read More

Summer 2015

June 3 - August 26 (13 Weeks) AVAILABLE MEDIA Click above to see the media archived for this EU session.   June 3: END OF LIFE CARE: THE PRACTICAL SIDE Teachers: James & Sheila Foxworthy June 1:  RACIAL RECONCILIATION & THE GOSPEL Teacher: Andy Lackey June 17: MISSION UPDATE Brian P. June 24 NO EU (Vacation Bible School) July 1 No EU (Independence Day, Church-wide floor cleaning) July 8: WORSHIP: WHAT IT SAYS ABOUT YOUR HEART ... Read More

History’s Roadmap: A Big-Picture Look at the Pentateuch

Room 154 Teacher: Jeff Durham Once Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden, the course of history changed in a direction that focused on dealing with man's problem of sin.  Genesis 3:15 is the first mention in Scripture of how God would deal with mankind's new-found problem of sin and death.  In that verse, God told Eve that one of her offspring would one day defeat sin and death and restore mankind's fellowship they once had with Him.  In this class, we will study... Read More

The Twelve Most Important Dates In Christian History

Room 151 Teacher: Andy Lackey Christ’s church has been active for two thousand years. In the last two millennia, an incredible selection of world-changing events have taken place – the Fall of Jerusalem, the Council at Nicaea, the Battle of Tours, Gutenberg’s printing press, Luther’s 95 theses, Billy Graham’s Los Angeles Crusade, and many more. Tis study will trace the history of the church and present it in an enjoyable, understandable way that will breathe... Read More

The Bible and The Verdict of History: A Journey in The British Museum and The British Library

Room 149 Teacher: Andy Lackey   The Bible is the most important and the most popular book in human history. It is crucial not only to Christianity, but also to Judaism and Islam. Is it reliable? Can we trust it? Should we trust it? Come with an open mind and join us on a journey through history and decide for yourself. In this class, we will view and discuss a tour of the British Museum and the British Library led by Jay Smith, who recently spoke at WABC.  This series will... Read More