Adult Sunday School Program
Curriculum: You can’t escape life’s interruptions. They shock us; they shake us; they compel us to change. You can’t escape life’s interruptions, but you can change your perspective on them. Dive into the study of Jonah and discover that what you see as an interruption may truly be God’s divine invitation to a life so much bigger than you can imagine. by Priscilla Schirer, 12- 14 weeks study.
Teacher: Stephanie Behnke
Joyful Seekers Fellowship
Curriculum: The Book of Job
To explore the most difficult questions of life -- questions most people ask at some time or another: Why is there evil in the world? Why is there pain, suffering and heartache? Why do the righteous suffer? How can the justice of an Almighty God be defended in the face of evil, especially human suffering and the suffering of the innocent?
The Book of Job looks at God's mysterious ways through different literary techniques. It strives to illustrate how human logic has a hard time explaining the reality and nature of evil in the world. What seems unfair in life will be made right in eternity. It is there that all our problems will be solved and our questions will be answered.
Format: Group discussion
Outreach: Class collections support families within our church and others who have special needs. Joyful Seekers also give outreach throughout the year to two needy Church of the Brethren churches in Kentucky - Flat Creek and Mud Lick pastored by Dwayne Yost.
Age Level: Multi-age adults - All are welcome to attend
Teacher - Bob Snader
Good Shepherd Fellowship
Curriculum:We are studying the book called “Enter the Kindom” in the books of Luke and Acts.
By Bruce Yoder A six week study.
Session 1.Jesus who?
Session 2.Healing the Broken; Breaking the Status Quo
Session 3.Welcome, Neighbor: Gospel Hospitality
Session 4 the Baby and Bath Water
Session 5 Let Us Pray
Session 6 A Gift: Count the Cost.
Format: We discuss the book as we read through it.
Special events: We plan a variety of activities throughout the year, balancing service and fellowship.
Teacher: Carolyn Wolff