If you are attending a Small Group on Wednesday night and your child will also be attending Kids Programming, please register at the link provided.
Every person should have the opportunity to know Jesus. God's vision is to change history by accelerating the spread of the Gospel through leaders of leaders empowered by the Holy Spirit. God revealed Eight Core Values, intimacy, passion, vision, evangelism, multiplication, family, stewardship, and integrity, that have transformed thousands of lives globally, helping men and women effectively spread the Gospel. Join Pastors Jeff and Trevor as they lead this informative 7-week study. For more information, send an email to email@example.com.
The Gospel and Their World is a glimpse into the ancient near eastern world of Jesus and the disciples. We will take a hard look at the New Testament as history, literature and theology and allow that to inform a survey study of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. If you have ever wondered how to interpret the New Testament scripture and how to apply it your life affectively, this class is for you. Join Trevor Miller on March 4 for this 7-week study. For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
From newly-weds to empty nesters, making marriage work is like going to the gym: The more you work at it, the better results you are going to get! That’s why we are thrilled to offer The Art of Marriage, a fun six-session video event created by FamilyLife. Participants will receive a free workbook. Beginning March 11.
This is a place for special needs young adults, ages 14 and up, to connect with a time of worship and community. If you have any questions contact Michelle Hunt email@example.com.
This life changing class presents biblical, practical steps to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend wisely, save and much more. To purchase a kit from Mt. Horeb UMC for $89, register at the link. Beginning January 12. For more information on how to register and purchase the materials, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the middle of all the endless parenting activities, many parents get lost. They ask for more effective strategies for this or that, when what they really need is a big picture parenting worldview that can explain, guide, and motivate all the things that God calls them to do as parents. You need God’s helicopter view of what he’s called you to do. You need a big gospel parenting worldview that will not only make sense of your task, but will change the way you approach it.
Outlining fourteen foundational principles centered on the gospel, this study shows us we need more than the latest parenting strategy or list of techniques. Rather, we need the rescuing grace of God—grace that has the power to shape how we view everything we do as parents.
Topic ideas for our Spring Semester are Tragedy/Loss; Digital Dangers/Pornography; World Religions/Cults; Suicide Prevention
One of the greatest causes of dysfunction in the family is an inability to communicate. Our kids are over and over again overexposed and under prepared for all of the difficulties families face. This 4-week parenting class will help parents and children navigate tough topics. Parents have been given the important role of being the primary disciples of their children. Discipleship is not easy; we have a lot to learn. Join us beginning January 12.
Whether newly separated or divorced for years, Divorce Care is a great resource that will help you navigate one of life’s most difficult experiences and connect you with people to share the journey with.
Divorce Care for Kids is a safe, fun place where your children can learn skills that will help them heal. DC4K groups blend games, music, stories, videos and discussion to help kids process the divorce and move forward. Groups meet weekly in the West Campus and their time together is designed for children ages 5-11.