Authentic change occurs when we commit ourselves to the application of sound teaching. This is where Life Education comes in. At Christ’s Covenant Church, we are committed to serving our people by offering Sunday morning classes that connect the truths of the Gospel to everyday life. After all, changing lives is what the Gospel is all about. Here is a list of classes currently offered:
Spring Life Education Classes (March 6 – May 29, 2016)
Sundays at 9:00 a.m.
The Miracles of Jesus
Jo Kateule & John Sloat | Room 112
Jesus did some incredible things. He walked on water, calmed the storm, healed the blind, cast out demons, raised the dead, and so much more. In this class, we will examine several of the miraculous things that Jesus did, and what He intended to communicate through each miracle. The melodic line of this class will be a study in the lordship of Jesus, as displayed through his power over: creation, sin, sickness, the Law, demonic forces, and ultimately, over death. Please join us as we journey through the Gospels, with an aim toward encountering Christ and celebrating His amazing power!
Pastor Rod Valentine | Room 114
If you are new to Christ’s Covenant Church, if you want to know more about the vision and structure of our church, or if you desire to become a committed member of our local body of believers, then we would like to invite you to attend our First Steps class. The purpose of the class is to introduce people to our church’s vision & core values. Participants will learn other steps they can take to be more actively involved at CCC, such as joining a Life Group, serving in different ministries, being baptized, and pursuing church membership.
Prayers of the New Testament
Tim Witte, Brad Zeinstra & Gabe Tribbett | Room 116
For many of us, prayer is a struggle. We know that prayer is important, but we’re not very good at it. We have good intentions but find that it’s an area of weakness. In this class, we will examine several prayers from the New Testament—some from Jesus and several from the Apostles—as we learn how they prayed, what they prayed for, and how they would encourage us to approach the living God. Our goal in this class is to grow in the practice of prayer—to understand what the NT teaches about it, and how God wants us to live in response. Each week, we’ll strive to give some practical insights on how and what to pray. Ultimately, we want to experience rich communion with God. As teachers, we come to this class as fellow-learners who desire to learn from Christ in the school of prayer.
Gabe Tribbett, Engaging His Word Director