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Equipping University Archive

Equipping University Archive

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Category: Spring

Psalms for Life

Room 151 Teacher: Andy Lackey In this study through the book of Psalms, we will see that the Psalms are genuinely meant for life: for comfort and support during the challenge of daily life as well as for the duration of our life in this world. The Psalms are undeniably beautiful. However, they can sometimes be difficult, and readers often come away convinced that great riches remain just beyond their grasp. So this class will be a journey towards a greater understanding and love for these... Read More

Genesis: A Literary Approach for Believers

Room 156 Teacher: Van Dempsey This class will take a broad view of Genesis whereby the book will be examined through “Literary Analysis.” We will demonstrate the literary and theological connections among the narrative episodes in Genesis. This approach will allow you to read and understand Genesis ina ways like you have never before as you will begin to marvel at literary artistry of the first book of the Bible. Available Media Click above to see the media archived... Read More

What God Wants You To Know About Him

Room 157 Teacher: Andrew Payne In this class, we will explore the doctrine of God and man, a central issue used by John Calvin in the development of his theological understanding. The course will explore the history of the Reformation and John Calvin’s place in this history. Great theological themes such as salvation, piety, providence, predestination, and obedience will be studied. Available Media Click above to see the media archived for this EU class. Read More

The Art of Outlining and Expositing Scripture

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

Seek Him First: How to Hear from God, Walk in His Will, & Change Your World

Room 150 Teacher: Jennifer Campbell Do you struggle to have a consistent quiet time with God? Do you wonder how to know if you are hearing from God? Do you desire to know God's will for your life? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then this class is for you. We all have choices to make every day, yet many of us struggle to know if we are doing the right thing. Are we really hearing from God and walking in His will? We want to be obedient to Christ, but we struggle with... Read More

The Gospel of Mark

Room 154 Teacher: Dave Shoop This study through Mark’s Gospel will focus on how the theme of discipleship is developed throughout the book. We will take a close look at Mark’s gospel, how he put it together, why he wrote it, and for Mark, what it means to be a true disciple. Available Media Click above to see the media archived for this EU class. Read More

The Letters of John

Room 151 Teacher: Andy Lackey What does it look like to “walk in the light, as he is in the light,” to truly live as a follower of Christ? This all-important question finds its answer in three letters from the apostle John. In these three letters penned by John, he lovingly teach us how to follow Jesus in open devotion to God. In this class, we will examine themes such as the divinity of Christ, love of others, spiritual rebirth, Jesus work on the cross, the work of the... Read More

Jeremiah – Despair of Exile: Hope of Return

Room 157 Teacher: David Shoop The prophet Jeremiah addressed the people of Judah and Jerusalem over a forty-year period leading up to the destruction of Jerusalem in 587 B.C. The book of Jeremiah addresses the exiles, especially those in Babylon, in the years after the catastrophe. And though the people lived with despair at the prospect of exile, they lived with a hope in a future return. In this class, we will see that Jeremiah is a book of the victory of God's love and grace. The... Read More