The church is called to equip believers so they can more effectively serve and be used by God to strengthen the body of Christ (Ephesians 4:12). To that end, we offer several types of equipping classes throughout the calendar year such as Fundamentals of the Faith, Biblical Parenting, and Evangelism.
Our current equipping class is in the form of a book club which meets one Sunday every month following service. As a church, we are now studying and discussing Systematic Theology with the book Biblical Doctrine (Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2017), edited by John MacArthur and Richard Mayhue and contributed by the esteemed faculty of The Master's Seminary. This time is open to all who would like to attend. We do however encourage you to read the chapter(s) prior to our meeting to have the greatest benefit.
For March to April, we will be considering chapter 6 of Biblical Doctrine concerning "Anthropology and Hamartiology," the study of Man and the condition of Sin. We will look into what it biblically means to be image bearers of God, what sin is, and other essential issues such as gender and personhood.
If you are interested in attending or getting more information, please contact us.