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Christian Life Courses

Christian Life Courses (CLC) are aimed at helping attendees establish a strong theological foundation by means of sound biblical teaching on a variety of important topics. CLCs are also aimed at helping us learn to live out the Christian life in practical ways by providing in-depth, biblical instruction that may not be possible during a Corporate Worship Gathering—instruction that allows for group discussion, questions, and application. As we take these courses together, our hope is that we’ll grow to more fully understand the beautiful truths of Scripture, and we’ll learn to follow Christ in light of these truths.

Contact Pastor Jon Anzardo with questions or to request/suggest a course or study idea.

 

Upcoming Courses

Sundays, Fall-Winter 2018

Hebrews - Part 2 (starts on 9/23 9am)

Instructor: Pastor Jon Anzardo

The book of Hebrews is a treasure trove of Bible goodness. One writer says, that author of Hebrews “weaves a beautiful tapestry of biblical theology with the aim of exalting the supremacy of Jesus Christ.” Our class, then, is geared toward understanding how the various threads of this book come together to make this tapestry and what it means for our lives. All are welcome to join us as we behold the all-surpassing greatness of Jesus Christ in the book of Hebrews!

Gospel Foundations (starts on 12/2 1:15pm)

Instructor: Peter Park

Epistle of 1 John (starts on 1/6 9am)

Instructor: Pastor Ed Lin

 

PAST Courses

Sundays, Spring 2018

Hebrews - Part 1

Instructor: Pastor Jon Anzardo

Basic Christianity

Instructor: Peter Park, Jonny Singh

 

Saturdays, Spring 2017

Inductive Bible Study: Philippians

Looking to read, study, and understand the Bible better, and to do it with others? Join us for this 11-week inductive Bible study through Paul's Epistle to the Philippians. Instructor: Daniel Lee

 

Spring 2016

Christianity Explained

February 21 thru early April (Instructor: Daniel Lee)

This 6-week group is meant for those who are new to Christianity and want to learn more about who Jesus was, what he did, and what it means to be a Christian, all from a study of the Bible and in a safe, casual setting for asking questions.

 

Fall-Winter 2015

Systematic Theology

Duration: 7 weeks, holiday break, then 6 weeks
First Class: September 27, 2015
Time: 1:15-2:15
Instructor: Daniel Lee

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

What is systematic theology, and why should I take this course? 

Systematic theology, or what most people refer to as simply "theology," attempts to answer the question, "What does the Bible say about x?" So it's the orderly or "systematic" study of the Bible's teaching, or doctrine, on any topic. It begins by asking: what does the Bible teach; what should a Christian believe?

But systematic theology isn't just an intellectual exercise; it also opens the way to the renewal of our minds and transformation of our lives. John Frame defines systematic theology as "the application of God’s Word by persons to all areas of life." So really systematic theology helps us understand what the Bible says about anything, so we can view it the way God views it, and live accordingly. 

This course will cover some of the Bible's most important topics: the character of God, human nature, what sin is, the person and work of Christ, what salvation is, and so on. Take it if you want to expand or deepen your knowledge of essential Christian beliefs, to gain a biblical worldview, and to lay a solid foundation for life change.

Biblical Counseling

Duration: 7 weeks
First Class: September 27, 2015
Time: 1:15-2:15
Instructor: Rob Freire

Course Description:

This course explores biblical, gospel-centered principles that equip us for personal ministry to others. We’ll address topics such as how our beliefs about God shape the way we face our struggles, how biblical change happens, and how we can help others face their own challenges and troubles.

We’ll see, for instance, that biblical change occurs primarily in the context of our relationships. We’ll learn the importance of applying Scripture in specific, practical ways, and we’ll aim to develop the skills necessary to do so. We’ll grow in our ability to listen well, interpret another person’s story from a biblical perspective, and offer biblically-shaped truth that will motivate that person toward, healing, repentance, and change.

Along the way, we’ll also see that everything we’re learning can and should be applied firstly to ourselves as we seek to work toward change in our own lives.