School of Discipleship Winter Quarter Registration
Taking the place of our normal “Christian Formation” classes, the goal of the School of Discipleship is to simplify and increase our Christian Education offerings for all ages, particularly adults. Following a more traditional academic schedule (three 12-week quarters), classes will focus on dialogical instruction, practical group application, and prayer, while covering a set curriculum over a three-year period.

Please note: All classes require pre-registration and students are strongly encourage to prioritize weekly attendance.
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Please read the class descriptions below:
Bible Study Basics

January 5 - March 29

Teacher: Becky de Lijster

This class covers the inspiration and authority of Scripture, an overview of Bible study methods, and a workshop on how to study the Bible inductively. (Core School of Discipleship Class)
Theology of Suffering

January 5- March 29

Teacher: Andrew Nutt

This class seeks to engage the particular ways evil comes against the image of God in humanity. Our wounding is central to understanding our calling because evil hates the unique way we are meant to bear the glory of God. Some of the topics the class will cover are trauma, attachment, shame, sexual abuse, mental illness, memory/forgiveness, the problem of evil, lament, and hope. The goal of the class is to equip students to engage wounded places in their lives and the lives of those around them.
Developing a Life of Prayer

January 5 - January 26

Teacher: David Richmon

This 4-week Discipleship Lab will focus on the basics of developing a life of prayer. Topics will include the “Why”, “What”, and “How” of prayer, as well as building lasting prayer routines and rhythms.
Music Lab

February 2 - March 29

Teacher: Pastor Luke Morton

"Sing praises to God, sing praises...praise him with the clash of cymbals, praise him with resounding cymbals. Let everything that has breath praise the Lord." (Psalm 47:6, 150:5-6). For thousands of years singing and music-making have had a fundamental role in Christian worship. But how do we actually do these things? From breathing and vocal projection to notation and dynamics we'll engage this vast world of sound for the deepening of corporate worship. 
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