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GRACE AND PEACE TO YOU – GALATIANS
Sunday Mornings | Beginning April 22

Many of the first Christian Scriptures were written in the form of letters from real people to real people. Most of those letters were written by a man named Paul, who had a radical, personal encounter with Jesus. In “Grace and Peace to You,” we will look in closely at God’s heart for His people, His church, and the nations written in pen and ink.

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Discipleship University 
Sunday Evenings 

FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY – Through video teaching, class discussions and interactive small group activities, FPU presents biblical, practical steps to get from where you are to where you’ve dreamed you could be. This plan will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more. In the Conference Room at 5:30 p.m. on Sundays for 9 weeks, cost $100, sign up by clicking here.


• EXCHANGING GOD: What Romans 1 Teaches Us about America and the Church
In the beginning of Paul’s letter to the Romans, he describes a culture full of people who indulged in sexual impurity, greed, and wickedness. “They exchanged the truth of God for lies,” Paul said, “and worshiped created things instead of the Creator.” They not only allowed evil acts to take place, they even applauded those who practiced them.
    Things have not changed much since the days of Ancient Rome, have they? In our study of Romans 1, we will dig deep into what God’s Word teaches us about selfishness, idolatry, and the greatest risks facing the Church today – from our culture outside, but also within. Join Pastor Eric in the Chapel on Sunday evenings at 6:00. 


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CHRIST REVEALED In God’s Appointed Feasts - Begins March 11
God’s revealed feasts are the most comprehensive road map ever made to point to Jesus Christ. The “Passover Lamb” pictures the perfect sacrificial Lamb of God. The “Unleavened Bread” represents a sinless life and the piercings are a picture of His wounded body. The “First Fruits” at Christ’s resurrection are evidence of God’s ultimate and eternal provision and is a picture of the future in-gathering. God’s appointed feasts will open our eyes to see Jesus more vividly than we have ever seen Him before. Come, let’s follow this road map together on a journey that will lead us to a deeper understanding of Christ. Like the men as they traveled the road to Emmaus, may our eyes be opened so that we recognize HIM. Join teacher Dale Morris for this 8-week class at 6:00 p.m. on Sundays in the Fellowship Hall. 
 



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