Crossroads Christian Education – Winter 2014

Sundays from 11:15 – 12:15

December 7 through March 1, 2015

 

Preschool (Ages 2–4) LEARNING TO LIVE IN GOD’S FAMILY – What is means to be part of God’s family and live as God’s child. Taught by Phillip and Bridget DiBella with Assistant Elena Mourad

Younger Elementary (Grades K–3) KNOWING JESUS – Inspiring Stories from the Gospels. Taught by Catherine Root

Older Elementary (Grades 4–6) ACTS TO ROMANS – The growth of the early church and doctrines of our faith. Taught by Maria Dunn

Teens The Gospel-Centered Life: Who sets out on a journey without a good map? Our class will be a road map for living a life centered on God and the gospel. In our discussions, we’ll help each other understand what the gospel is, what it does in us, and how it works through us for others. Taught by Aaron Root

 

Friendship Class (Special Needs Education)

Those with disabilities will study from the New Testament. The lessons will highlight the work of the Holy Spirit in the early church. Taught by Peggy Van Lowe and one adult/teen mentor for each student.

 

Adult Education

When Helping Hurts based on a paradigm-forming book regarding poverty alleviation and ministry to those in need. Emphasizing the poverty of heart and society, this book exposes the need that every person has and how it can be filled. Poverty is much more than simply a lack of financial or material resources and it takes much more than donations and handouts to solve the problem. Taught by Deacon Jim Neice

 

Sanctification and Christian Practices – Christian practices are the ways by which we live the Christian life and deepen our relationship with God. Each practice addresses a basic human need, and is something we learn from and do together with other people. Participating in these historic Christian practices is a way of responding to the Father’s grace towards us in Christ.  Taught by Pastor Tim Carroll