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Equipping University Archive

Equipping University Archive

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Category: Spring

Planning With the End in Mind

Room 157 Led by Dido Mundy (with additional guest speakers) The goal of this class is to encourage everyone to begin early (or where they are now) to work on staying mentally, physically and emotionally healthy so they can age well.  We want to provide resources and an overview of how to navigate the system when the time comes that you or a loved one requires assistance with daily living. Topics to be covered include financial planning, legal documents, aging well, assisted... Read More
Posted by Meredith Collins at Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Overcoming the Past: Breaking the Cycle of Hurtful Family Relationships

Room 156 Led by 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 Meredith Collins at Wednesday, February 26, 2020

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

One Minute After You Die

Room 151 Led by David Moss Death comes to all, and yet death is not the end. For some, death is the beginning of eternal bliss, for others, endless despair. In this class, we will weigh the Bible’s words on life after death. Though the afterlife is shrouded in mystery, the Bible does peel back the curtain and we hope in this class to help you understand what is on the other side. Available Media Click above to see the media archived for this EU class. Read More
Posted by Meredith Collins at Wednesday, February 26, 2020

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