Rev. Tom Fuerst
March 21, 28; April 4, 11, 18, 25
6 p.m. | Asbury-Memphis classroom

To view the OT as a series of disjointed stories that we have to endure in order to get to Jesus. This leads us to conclude that the God of the OT is somehow different (more angry, less forgiving) than the God of the NT. This class attempts to bring together the big picture of the OT, giving us a glimpse into the God who was loving and forgiving in the OT. We will trace the big themes of the OT in order to capture the gloriously big picture of the God of the whole Bible.  




Dr. Shane Stanford
April 4, 11, 18, 25; May 2
6 p.m. | East Ministry Center

This interactive class will explore contemporary issues facing our church and culture. Students will leave with a deeper understanding of what the Bible has to say in these areas and will be challenged to think through what they personally believe.

Topics will include human sexuality, economic prosperity, the afterlife, environmental issues and gender.