Sunday Morning Seminars & Classes
Classes are held at 9am on Sunday mornings.
Back to School doesn't just apply to excited students, relieved parents, and hopeful retailers as summer comes to an end; it also speaks to many growth opportunities available to adults here at MBC. The path of solid spiritual growth should include a regular immersion in God’s word, whether in the form of a Bible book study or lessons on topics which explore how the truth of Scripture applies to our daily lives.
The following are our Adult Education offerings for this fall. Older, younger and in-between are welcome in all classes. Learning is built on a combination of formal instruction and personal relationships that develop as the result of the classes. Review the list, and decide how to best take advantage of what these classes have to offer.
Women’s Class - Barbara Zellman
Great Room, YFMB - Studies in Paul’s letters to the Corinthian church.
Men’s Class - Bruce Hyldahl
Room 204, YFMB - Studies in the First Letter of John
Building Disciples - Maceo Hemmingway
Room 202, YFMB - Knowing Jesus
Continuing with Knowing Jesus, reflections on the person, life and teachings of Jesus, using material from all four Gospels.
Growing Disciples - Jack Kraus NEW!
Room 201, YFMB - Prayer
For 10 weeks, we'll examine what the Scriptures and several current and past authors have said on the subject of prayer, with a generous helping of class discussion. This is part of our Spiritual Dimensions courses, first offered to the Sunday Seminar class last spring.
Sunday Seminar - Ed Williams
Great Room, YFMB - Old Testament Survey
For 13 weeks, we will be looking at the first half of the Old Testament, up through the book of Proverbs. Whether you are just getting acquainted with the Bible, or have been immersed in it for years, you are certain to find new and interesting insights in the story of God’s dealings with His people.
Sunday Seminar - Stephen Landau
Great Room, YFMB - Jews Views - Lessons from the Festivals
For 4 weeks, beginning on February 26, we will be lead through a series on Jews’ Views – Lessons from the Festivals, as a supplement to the Old Testament Survey.